Found in 128 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a letter acknowledging Byers' letter of May 3 with invitation to visit. Accompanied by a note to Byers from Albert's brother, Edward Bierstadt (May 21, 1891, New York City) explaining that Byers' letter of May 3 had been forwarded to London.
Collection contains two letters -- 1. letter (1935) to Denver Mayor Benj. F. Stapleton gives background about ferrying conditions on South Platte River as a Denver election issue in 1865. -- 2. portion of a letter (1924?) to unidentified recipient concerns Colorado pioneer John McBroom and visitors to his cabin at the mouth of Bear Creek above Denver.
Collection contains chiefly letters home to his wife while visiting mines in Colo. and Utah. Notebook of his field notes from mines visited 1871, including a few sketches of things observed. Review (two versions) of James D. Hague's book: Mining industry (Washington : GPO, 1870).
Collection contains Boardman's letters to his wife, Nancy, in Fond du Lac. Three written en route to Colorado, the remainder during his stay in the Central City area.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, programs, minutes, and other memorabilia compiled by the local committee of the A.L.A. Denver conference, Malcolm G. Wyer, chair.
Collection contains seven letters reminiscing about early days in Canon City, Colo. and two memorial resolutions; deed to 25 acres in Fremont County, Colo. and map of a Rudd's addition to Canon City.
Collection contains a letter discussing research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); copy of article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.Discusses research into mid-19th century theater personalities in the Western U.S (Page 2 only; addressee unknown); article written by Clark titled: Denver Has Always Been a Good Show Town.
Collection contains a letter from Arno F. Pastorius, San Carlos, Calif. to Karl W. Mehlmann, Denver, Colo.; sending 1898 photo of Brown Palace Hotel, Denver, Colo. to the hotel general manager; mentions his parents moving to Denver in 1880s.
Letter from Leadville, Colo. to his wife tells about journey from Denver to Buena Vista (the "end of the railroad") and then on to Leadville, where he got a job at 2 1/2 dollars a day. Leadville generally described as a "Dredfull wicked place" of saloons and gambling. However, he had attended a little Baptist church and felt he could "do without drink".
Letters to N.C. Merrill, Denver, Colo. regarding mining properties, including Orphan Boy Extension Mining and Milling Company and Gem Nickel Mining, Milling and Smelting Company. Also letter to A.S. Hazen, Denver, Colo. editor of The Gold Nugget, and an article "Gold" for the magazine.
Collection contains two letters from Denver, Colo. to daughter, Mary in Auburn, N.Y. One describes life in Denver and gives examples of colorful pioneer slang. The other expresses opposition to his son, Henry enlisting for the War since he was needed by Judge Hall toward "Keeping Colorado in subjection to the Constitution".
Letters from Colorado Springs and "three miles north of Denver" to his wife "Mima" in Kansas. Tells of business activities, cattle, and crops. Letter of Aug. 9 incomplete.
Collection contains correspondence, greeting cards, photographs (one housed in photographic collection), plus typescript travel notes of a trip to Mexico (1940).
Collection contains letters from C. E. Moorman, Silver Cliff to George S. Bowman, Elgin, Ill.; regarding investment in Mexican railroad, land, and electrification schemes, mainly in connection with development of the Mexican Central Railroad.
Collection contains two letters from Hinman to his parents and siblings in Iowa; Hinman describes life as a prospector and miner in the Colorado mountains, written from Mountain City and Trail Creek.
Collection contains letters from Cecelia Watson Colaw, Wichita, Kan. to the Denver Public Library concerning Theodora Kroeber, a Colorado-born author, her genealogy and writings.
Collection contains approximately 50 letters from son Jesse sent to live in Salida, Colo. for health reasons (Aug. 1911-June 1913). For a time, Jesse lived with a cousin, Myron Hill, and family and worked for Globe Express Company at D. & R.G. rail station. Also approximately 20 letters (1911-1929) from the Myron Hill family in Salida to the Charles Coe family in Toledo. Part of this time, Hill was a partner at Hill Brothers, a mail-order business.
Collectionn contains photocopies of manuscript letters from Bent in Taos, N.M. to Alvarez in Santa Fe, N.M. concerning business affairs and protection of U.S. citizens in New Mexico.
Collection contains a letter from Charles D. Randolph; writes about Weld County, Colo. homesteader Katherine "Rattlesnake Kate" Slaughterback and encloses copy of his poem: Rattlesnake Kate's lament (originally written ca. 1909).
Collection contains letters written from Fishback writing from Salida and Gunnison, Colo. to C. F. Brady, Denver Times, Denver, Colo. regarding accounts of Times subscribers and his own financial difficulties. One letter from Salida describes going to a gambling house, being robbed, and then arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses.
Collection contains correspondence regarding application for a patent on an irrigation water governor developed by Charles Sawyer and Calvin Miller.
Letters from two U.S. Indian agents regarding participation of Indian delegations in the T.M.A.A. celebration. Correspondents: William H. Llewellyn, Mescalero & Jicarilla Agency, South Fork, N.M.; and D.M. Riordan, Navajo Agency, Ft. Defiance, Ariz.
Collection contains two letters from von Dassel, Berlin, Germany to the Department of Western History and Genealogy, Denver Public Library; she writes about herself, her father, and other members of the Richthofen family.
Letters from U.S. Post Office Dept. and National Archives and Records Service giving data on several 19th-century post offices in Colorado.
Collection contains a letter from Cora H. Foley, Monetery, Calif. with reminiscences of childhood at "Jonny Hill" and the Ibex school and mine near Leadville, Colo.
Chiefly letters from North in Columbus, Neb. to historian J.G. Masters in Omaha concerning Indian scouts, campaigns, and personalities. One letter to Clarence Reckmeyer in Black Hawk, Colo. tells about Nick Creede who apparently served with the Pawnee Scouts under the name Billy Harvey.
Letters to the Public Library of the City of Denver, Colo. regarding availability and price of various publications. Letter, 1904 Sept. 16, Rochester, N.Y. signed: Susan B. Anthony (honorary president). Letter, 1906 Apr. 26, Warren, Ohio signed: Harriet Taylor Upton (treasurer).
Collection contains two letter books with correspondence (copies of ca. 1300 letters) of business and personal nature. Some earlier letters (Jan. 12-Mar. 29, 1900) signed by N. P. Hill.
Collection contains correspondence and business records: including a document appointing Ritchey as justice of the peace for Jefferson County, Territory of Jefferson, signed by R.W. Steele, Governor (1861); three account books 1869-1870 from Millard, Beymer & Co., lumber dealers in Corning, Iowa.
Collection contains a letter from Lord to his daughter; tells of hard times in Denver City, other family concerns.