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Pioneers -- Colorado -- Correspondence.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Frank Hall Papers

Identifier: WH160
Scope and Contents

Collection contains 2 volumes (1853-1891) with photocopies (negative) of letters of General Frank Hall to his mother, his brother and sister-in-law, other family members regarding family matters, gold diggings of Gregory Gulch and Spanish Bar, early newspaper days of Black Hawk and Central City, politics in Colorado Territory. Treasurer’s Office receipt to J. E. Munson for 1895 taxes signed by Frank Hall, Treasurer, also lists tax levies and special school taxes (1896).

Dates: 1853-1896

Frederick J. Stanton Papers

Identifier: M733
Scope and Contents

Collection contains personal and business correspondence, receipts, copyright application. Includes three letters (1895) to Chas. R. Dudley, "City Library," Denver, regarding records of old Arapahoe County Claim Club.

Dates: 1838-1895


Identifier: WH1700
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The correspondence in this collection ranges from 1859 to 1862. It consists of correspondence between Alexander Rooney and his fiancee, Emeline Littlefield. In 1859, Rooney wrote while in Wisconsin and Iowa working as a traveling salesman. From 1860 through 1862, the correspondence between the two contained details of their lives as Rooney traveled to Colorado and New Mexico, and Littlefield remained in Iowa teaching. Rooney's letters described Denver City, California Gulch, Taos and Santa...
Dates: TBD