Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains the record of a speech given at the Denver Public Library while Michener was in Colo. researching his book: Centennial. Michener discusses his writings and gives advice to aspiring authors.
Collection contains an audio tape of a lecture by Joe "Awful" Coffee at a 1980 reception at the Denver Public Library where the photographs Coffee had donated were on display. He was introduced by Denver, Colo. radio, TV, and newspaper personality Gene Amole.
Collection contains Smith discussing early Denver, Colo. history.
Collection contains a typescript copy of lecture given at 104th annual convention, Grand Lodge of Idaho, Pocatello, Sept. 1971. Includes bibliography.
Copy of lecture given by Slothower on April 20, 1954 concerning the career of assayer Edward Zell; including an account of the 1903-1904 Cripple Creek Strike.
Collection contains material on Red Rocks, an open-air theater near Denver, Colo. generated by Bernet: Colorado's incomparable heritage (1968; abridged version appeared in Denver Post Empire magazine, Aug. 4, 1968); script for illustrated lecture: The incomparable Red Rocks (1971; rewritten version appeared in Denver Westerners Brand book, v. 28, 1972).
Recording of a lecture given at the Denver Public Library (n.d.) in which Trenton discusses the grandeur and beauty of the Rocky Mountains as represented by landscape painting. She compares the majesty of the west relative to that found in the Eastern U.S.
Collection contains the original and copy of an auto tour script highlighting Denver (Colo.) buildings and homes (1912).