Found in 129 Collections and/or Records:
Thomas J. Flynn Papers
Collection contains correspondence, diaries, clippings, radio scripts, articles, and financial records. Mostly concern the Highland-Bavarian Corporation efforts to build a resort between Aspen and Ashcroft, Colo.
W. A. Wetmore Letter to a Friend, 1906
Collection contains a letter from W. A. Wetmore to "Chilberg" describing the San Francisco fire and its aftermath.
William Alexander Carter Papers
Collection contains a letterbook (1866-1869) of Carter's Fort Bridger affairs; cash book (1864-1873); invoices; checks; Overland Stage Line passenger register (1863-1866); correspondence to and from Carter or members of his family; microfilm (Mflm 11) contains letterbook, correspondence, passenger register and cashbook.
William B. Thom Letters to Ina T. Aulls
Chiefly Thom's letters from New London, Ohio during 1943 to Ina T. Aulls, Denver Public Library. Thom's reminiscences about Colorado in the 1880s sometimes accompanied gifts to the Western History Dept. of photos, articles, and other memorabilia. Copies of Miss Aulls' replies included. Also three earlier letters to Thom from Oliver H.P. Baxter and Irving Howbert concerning the Battle of Sand Creek, 1864.
William Baskerville papers
Three diaries (1853-1854) describe freighting ventues between New Mexico and California; two letters (1854) to Baskerville from F.X. Aubry in California; biographical sketch of Baskerville by his daughter, Judith Barber Baskerville. Authorship of one diary possibly ascribed to F.X. Aubry.
William F. Howe Letters
Letter from Howe describes 1880 trip to Crested Butte, Colo. Includes hand-drawn map of the town. Also business letter to Howe from J.H. Sinclair, Colorado Springs, Colo. on investment in mines of the Gunnison Crystal Mining Company. Covering letter from donor.
William H. Kistler Papers
William Howland Letters to Carrie Davenport
Love letters to Carrie Davenport while travelling to various Colorado towns.
Williard W. Runnells Papers
Collection contains chiefly correspondence and petitions concerning land and annuity payments for Runnells as a member of the Shoshoni tribe.