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Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:

10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION PERSONAL PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD309
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection contains personal papers related primarily to individual soldiers who served with the 10th Mountain Division during World War II. Also included are papers related to other persons who had a significant impact on the history of the 10th Mountain Division. Donated by veterans, descendants and friends over the course of more than twenty-five years, the contents of each individual file may be limited to a single document or a single photograph, which is generally not...
Dates: 1935-2014

ARCTIC SURVIVAL TRAINING CAMP PAPERS OF DAVID ABBOTT

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Identifier: WH1448
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Arctic Survival Training Camp Papers of David Abbott span 1942 to 1997. The collection comprises two boxes, which contain a scrapbook, photographs, button, patches, and correspondence. As a former instructor at the Arctic Survival Training Camp, David Abbott collected materials both from various camps and from subsequent reunions. Reunion materials date from 1981 to 1997. Although Abbott's service was short, he was active in the survivor group before being honorably discharged. The...
Dates: 1943-1997

ARTHUR F. MUSCHLER PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD26
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1944 to 2002. It includes historical reference materials as well as administrative papers related to Muschler's role in the International Federation of Mountain Soldiers and the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division. Limited photographs and personal papers complete the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1944-2002 BOX 1-2 Brief histories, both from American and German perspectives, comprise the 10th Mountain...
Dates: 1944-2002

AVERY-MEAD FAMILY PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH564
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Mead family photographs comprise the bulk of the collection. Edgar A. Mead's Spanish-American War memorabilia also forms a portion of the collection and includes medals, brass uniform accouterments, a song book, programs, newspaper clippings and articles. Limited papers delineate Avery family and Mead family genealogy and describe the Avery home at 328 West Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado, which has been preserved as a museum and listed on the Register of Historic...
Dates: TBD

BRUCE FAMILY PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1044
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans the years 1881 to 1963. It includes family financial records in the form of invoices, receipts, cancelled checks and bank books. A limited number of school projects and keepsakes, as well as numerous unidentified photographs, complete the collection. SERIES 1 BRUCE FAMILY PAPERS 1881-1963 BOX 1 Financial records comprise the bulk of the series, which includes bank books, receipts, invoices and tax statements. Numerous...
Dates: 1881-1963

CAPITOL HILL UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1016
Scope and Contents The Capitol Hill United Hill Neighborhood papers span the years 1966 to 2016. The collection consists of its operational files, board and committee meeting materials, zoning and licensing information, fundraising records, photographs, and memorabilia. Operations files provide insight into the proceedings of the Board of Directors and the Board of Delegates meetings. The Executive Director's and the President's documents include correspondence and appointment books. The daily operating...
Dates: 1966-2016

CAROLINE BANCROFT FAMILY PAPERS

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Identifier: WH1089
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Caroline Bancroft Family Papers comprise correspondence, business and personal papers, memorabilia, photographs and family history from five generations of the Bancroft and Jarvis families. Caroline Bancroft was clearly the keeper of these family papers, and she sometimes annotated the records for the benefit of future researchers. While the collection primarily documents the lives of many members of the Jarvis and Bancroft families, it also contains historical research and...
Dates: TBD

COLORADO SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION RECORDS

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Identifier: WH78
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the papers in this collection stem from the activities of General Irving Hale. Hale served as the second president of the Colorado Society, beginning his term in 1899. Many of the items reflect patriotic themes, especially legislation and reverence to the flag. Much of the material documents events and donations after the end of Hale's three-year term as president. His correspondence with individuals and organizations is found throughout, including his 1897 application to join...
Dates: 1899-1929

DEBORAH BANKART EDDY PAPERS

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Identifier: TMD324
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Deborah Bankart Eddy collection consists primarily of correspondence to and from her family and friends during the time she served overseas with the Red Cross; Red Cross memorabilia; memorabilia from the National Ski Association and John Jay film productions; German, American , and Red Cross uniform patches and pins; miscellaneous pamphlets and newspaper clippings; photographs and a scrapbook.The Roger Eddy collection (formerly M1868 Roger Eddy papers) that was merged with...
Dates: TBD

DENIS P. NUNAN PAPERS

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Identifier: TMD33
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE World War II correspondence between Nunan and his mother, Mrs. Richard D. Rickard comprises the bulk of the collection. Additional correspondence includes wartime letters from Nunan to his sister-in-law, Mrs. M.G. Nunan, and post-war correspondence received by Denis Nunan. Other material includes copies of pencil sketches Nunan made while stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado and on Kiska Island. Three photograph albums contain snapshots documenting Nunan's training at numerous Army posts and...
Dates: 1942-2001

DENVER NEVAAR - SISTER WHO PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH749
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans the years 1981 to 2005. It follows the life of Denver NeVaar who explores identity through his “spiritual alter-ego” Sister Who. Sister Who created a public access television show titled Sister Who Presents of which the Denver Public Library possesses videotapes in the Western History Collection. The videos are numbered 1 – 106, in order of completion. Sister Who taped episodes 56 through 83 in Billings, Montana, and the...
Dates: 1981-2018

DEPARTMENT OF COLORADO AND WYOMING, GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC RECORDS

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Identifier: WH732
Scope and Contents This collection comprises rosters and adjutant reports from G.A.R. posts in Colorado and Wyoming. Departments of the Grand Army of the Republic typically fell within a state, but because of the sparse population, Colorado and Wyoming were consolidated into one Department. These descriptive books include the name, birthplace, residence, occupation; date of entry, company, rank and unit served in; date of exit from service, final discharge, cause of discharge; date of muster into the G.A.R.,...
Dates: 1864-1938

EARL E. CLARK PAPERS

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Identifier: TMD8
SCOPE AND CONTENT 10th Mountain Division soldiers began planning an "Alumni Association" before World War II had even ended. They were determined to perpetuate one of the unique combat forces in American military history. Their efforts resulted in the creation of the 10th Mountain Division Alumni Association, whose first meeting was held in Brooklyn, New York in late 1945. By 1946, the Association had grown substantially. However, the membership primarily reflected the Eastern United States. By...
Dates: 1942-2008

EAST HIGH SCHOOL RECORDS 1876-1989

 Collection
Identifier: WH132
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Items in this collection highlight student life and events as rather than administrative and academic records. Oversize items include: ledgers, scrapbooks, newspapers and ephemera. Papers relating to the Class of 1939 50th reunion have been grouped together as they were donated separately. SERIES 1 STUDENT LIFE 1877-1992 BOX 1 The majority of the series consists of special event programs such as club award ceremonies, oration contests,...
Dates: 1877-1992

ELLIS McFADDEN PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH638
Scope and Contents The collection documents Mr. McFadden's volunteer and philanthropic activities in the Denver gay community's organizations such as the Colorado AIDS Project, the Colorado Legal Initiatives Project and The Denver Gay Men's Chorus. Mr. McFadden collected correspondence, programs, memos, pamphlets and newsletters that originated from various gay organizations in Denver from the early 1990s through 2003. The papers remain open for additional material. ...
Dates: 1987-2002, undated

ENGLISH SPORTING MEN'S TRAVELS IN AMERICA

 Collection
Identifier: WH121
SCOPE AND CONTENT The collection contains a handwritten diary documenting the travels of three young Englishmen in America, who travelled from New York City to Niagara Falls, Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, Arkansas, and Florida during the fall, winter and spring 1884-1885. Additional loose items include a photograph (circa 1895), stationery (circa 1885), and an addressed and cancelled mailing envelope (1884). Other paper ephemera pasted in the dairy include a Cunard Line list of saloon...
Dates: 1884-1895

FRED LEO PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH798
Scope and Contents The papers in this collection detail the career of Fred Leo as sportscaster, sportswriter and president of the All American Girls Baseball League. The collection contains an interesting assortment of ephemera, memorabilia and papers documenting an early professional women's sport. SERIES 1 CAREER 1945-1992 BOX 1 Articles, newspaper clippings, newsletters, booklets and a manual comprise the portion of this series related to the All American...
Dates: 1944-1992

GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING AND RIDING CLUB OF DENVER RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH150
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Gentlemen's Driving and Riding Club collection contains meeting minutes and correspondence from club members to officers of the club. Other materials include yearly financial reports, an incorporation statement, as well as exhibit guidelines and award lists. SERIES 1 GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING AND RIDING CLUB MINUTES 1906-1923 BOX 1 This series contains meeting minutes, bound and unbound. SERIES 2...
Dates: 1884-1930

GEORGE D. BEGOLE PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH31
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Ranging from 1879 to 1972, personal and mayoral papers comprise this collection. The papers include memos, correspondence, certificates and some financial papers. The photographs are of Denver projects and aerial views of Denver and surrounds during Begole's mayoral administration. SERIES 1 MAYORAL PAPERS 1930-1940 BOX 1-2 This series consists of financial papers and correspondence primarily for the Improvement and Parks Department as well...
Dates: 1879-1982

HENRY J. PERKINS PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD119
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Letters written by Henry J. Perkins to his parents during World War II comprise the bulk of the collection. Limited military records, military memorabilia and correspondence documenting Perkins' efforts to volunteer for military service also form a portion of the collection. Photographs of Camp Hale, Colorado and photographic postcards from Gainesville, Texas complete the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1942-1945 BOX 1 Letters that Perkins sent...
Dates: 1942-1946

JAMES V. KECK PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: TMD12
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1943 to 2003, with Keck's World War II letters to his family forming the bulk of the material. Limited memorabilia and photographs complete the collection. SERIES 1 JAMES V. KECK PAPERS 1943-1945 BOX 1 Letters written by James Keck to his family during World War II form the bulk of the series. Letters that mention "Rachel" refer to his younger brother, Russell. "Pretzel" is a nickname for his older brother, Roger. One...
Dates: 1943-2003

JESSE S. RANDALL PAPERS

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Identifier: WH353
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Jesse S. Randall Papers consist mostly of scrapbooks containing printing samples from his business, The Georgetown Courier. Some prices are written on the samples from orders. Other scrapbooks include material relating to mining surveys and claims, and World War I draft lists. The majority comprises samples from his business including: business cards, forms, letterhead stationery, announcements, tickets, broadsides, theater programs, and newspaper clippings. An order book for printing...
Dates: TBD

OTTO C. PERRY PAPERS

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Identifier: WH2290
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1905 to 1966 and primarily contains Perry's correspondence. Limited memorabilia and photographs are also include. SERIES 1 OTTO C. PERRY PAPERS 1905-1966 BOX 1 Correspondence and memorabilia comprise this series. Numerous letters document Perry's arrest at Woodward, Oklahoma on suspicion of spying and his unsuccessful attempts to sue town officials for this arrest. Also included are letters Perry received from various...
Dates: 1905-1966

RICHARD M. WILSON PAPERS

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Identifier: TMD30
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains correspondence, photographs and a scrapbook all related to Wilson's World War II service. Correspondence, reference files, drafts, manuscripts and articles document Wilson's writings about the 10th Mountain Division's history and the contributions of its veterans to the post-war ski industry. Photographs, memorabilia and correspondence provide a record of some of Wilson's involvment with the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division and the International...
Dates: 1942-2007

SADIE QUIGLEY CAMPBELL PAPERS

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Identifier: WH976
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Sadie Q. Campbell collection consists of correspondence and mementos. Letters reflect relationships between mostly women friends and relatives from the 1880s to the 1920s. The letters provide a glimpse into the life of a woman who separated from her husband and raised a daughter in a tightly-knit extended family in northern Colorado around the turn of the 20th century. Many letters offer condolences for the death of Sadie’s 5-year old daughter Helen in 1914. Other letters cover topics...
Dates: 1886-1972

SHERMAN L. SMITH PAPERS

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Identifier: TMD36
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1914 to 2001. Smith's photographs and photograph albums comprise the bulk of the collection. Photographs, memoirs, newspaper clippings and VHS cassettes document the invasion of Kiska Island in 1943 and the 50th anniversary return to Kiska by a small group of 10th Mountain Division veterans in 1993. Smith's 1985 repatriation of a Japanese battle flag to Japanese Kiska veteran, Karl Kaoru Kasukabe is also well documented through photographs, articles and video clips from...
Dates: 1914-2001

STUDENT CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION RECORDS

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Identifier: CONS242
Scope and Contents 1957 First volunteers are placed in the Grand Teton and Olympic National Parks. 1960 Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument are added to the program. 1964 The organization incorporates as the Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA) and former National Park Service Director Conrad Wirth...
Dates: 1955-2014

TAMMEN FAMILY PAPERS

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Identifier: WH815
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the material in this collection was donated by the family of Agnes Reid Tammen, her grandniece Helen Crabbs Rippey, husband Arthur Rippey and their children. SERIES 1 AGNES REID AND HARRY H. TAMMEN 1880-1990 BOX 1-2 This series contains personal and professional items about both Harry H. Tammen and his second wife Agnes Reid Tammen, though few of the items were created by the Tammens themselves. Catalogs of the H.H. Tammen Curio...
Dates: 1873-1966

THE BUERGER BROTHERS PAPERS

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Identifier: WH684
Scope and Contents The Buerger Brothers papers consists of business papers and catalogs from their barber and beauty supply company and real estate documents from their investment company. The supply company distributed barber and beauty shop furniture and supplies throughout Colorado and the surrounding states from 1885 until 1980, when the business closed. The Buerger Brothers Supply Company papers include correspondence regarding the shipment of collars and the sale of two wall cabinets, a...
Dates: 1881-1972

THEODORE (TED) HACKWORTH PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1795
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the papers in this collection consist of reports, newspaper clippings and correspondence that Hackworth collected during his time in elected office. Awards that Hackworth received during the course of his political career comprise a portion of the collection. The awards vary from certificates to large plaques. Other papers include scrapbooks and plans for the Raccoon Creek Development in Hackworth's City Council District. SERIES 1...
Dates: 1932-2009