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Letters (correspondence).

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Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: WH1686
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Most of the items contained in this collection were published in 1966 in a book edited by Nolie Mumey entitled Alexander Taylor Rankin, 1803-1855, His Diary and Letters: A Pioneer Minister Who Fought Lawlessness with Religion on the Prairies of Eastern Kansas and the Frontier Settlements of Denver Where Life was Harsh and Brutal. However, the correspondence in file folder 6 regarding the murder in Mexico of A. T. Rankin's son Sylvester is not...
Dates: TBD

B. H. Groff Letter to Her Brother

Identifier: M310
Scope and Contents

Life and responsibilities of a widow living in Denver, Colo.

Dates: September 20, 1868


Identifier: WH414
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection consists of Turnbull's published and unpublished works, personal papers, scrapbooks and ephemera. The papers range from 1860 to 1970. SERIES 1 WRITINGS 1940-1968 BOX 1 Published and unpublished works comprise this series. Included are contracts, book cover designs and correspondence about the books and poems. The series contains a scrapbook of correspondence and newspaper clippings about ...
Dates: 1860-1970


Identifier: WH2044
Scope and Contents The bulk of Betty Neale's papers consist of clippings, proposed bills, and correspondence she received as a representative to the Colorado House of Representatives from 1974 to 1992. Some clippings trace her activities in high school, her marriage, and the birth of her children in Kansas. Election materials for her campaigns also form a part of the collection, along with certificates and awards she received from various organizations. SERIES 1 -...
Dates: 1940-2004


Identifier: WH1001
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers in this collection range from 1936 to 1976. Correspondence, articles, speech transcripts and press releases comprise the bulk of the collection. Copies of Dole's letters are included along with the many letters he received from friends and colleagues. The early correspondence reflects Dole's determination to form the National Ski Patrol. During World War II, the copious correspondence reflects Dole's efforts to convince the Army to train troops in mountain and winter warfare. Dole...
Dates: 1938-1976


Identifier: WH1417
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Clement Yore Papers contain both published and unpublished manuscripts of novels, short stories, poetry, newspaper and magazine articles written by Clem Yore. He wrote primarily westerns, mysteries and poems. The material includes correspondence, a scrapbook containing clippings of stories and articles written by or about Clem Yore and sheet music for songs written by Yore and his wife, Alberta. The material spans 1875-1971. SERIES 1 MANUSCRIPTS...
Dates: 1893-1971

Colfax-Larimer Viaduct Collection

Identifier: M101
Scope and Contents

Collection contains speeches, correspondence, promotional material urging construction of the Colfax-Larimer Viaduct in Denver, Colo. Seth B. Bradley, President of the city's Board of Public Works, organized plans for construction of this rail-yard/South Platte River overpass. Also material on the Midland Trail, auto road west of Denver, and Colorado highways in general.

Dates: 1909-1913


Identifier: M207
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Denver, Aspen and Grand River Railroad Company Records are all photocopies of original documents that were located at the First National Bank in Denver. Documents include the articles of incorporation, signed in New York; an engineering report from J.A. McMurtrie showing calculations for rise and fall, costs, estimated earnings and distances for several railroad routes; and a letter to David H. Moffat from Edward O. Wolcott regarding the articles of incorporation. Signatures on the...
Dates: 1885

Elliot Coues Letters to J. A. Allen, September 28, & November 6, 1882

Identifier: M164
Scope and Contents

Collection contains two letters from Elliot Coues, Washington, D.C. to J. L. Allen; letters to fellow naturalist, author, and sometime collaborator about books and other projects of mutual interest.

Dates: 1882


Identifier: WH1912
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the correspondence in this collection consists of letters from Emma Clark to her mother, Catherine (Kate) Seavey in Maine from 1878 to 1909. Also included are correspondence from Earl and Lyster Clark, Ida Davis (Emma Clark's cousin) and friends, also to Catherine Seavey. This correspondence, too, related to Emma Clark and her life in Colorado. SERIES 1 EMMA CLARK 1878-1909 BOX 1 In early correspondence from Black Hawk and...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH1691
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Frederic Remington papers contain handwritten correspondence sent by Remington to publishers, friends and literary figures from 1890-1906. Recipients include Julian Ralph (travel writer), Fred Schell (editor, Harper's) and J. Henry Harper (editor, Century Magazine). The collection also includes 6 letters to various individuals written by authors whose works were illustrated by Remington. All of the...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: M1959

These papers are related mainly with Elisha and Louisa Morrill Andrews and her ancestors. A few items about Edward S. Harrison, Mrs. Thomas S. Harrison and some other Harrisons are included.

Dates: 1877-2005


Identifier: WH1966
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Arranged first by subject and then chronologically, the bulk of the collection consists of correspondence between Ina Sizer Cassidy and her niece, Bernice Miles Ward and samples of their writings. Correspondence and documents relating to other family members comprise a portion of the papers. The papers were collected by Bernice Miles Ward and generally concern members of her family. Photographs either taken or collected by Bernice Miles Ward reflect her travels and life experiences including...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH29
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE 1868-1880 The James B. Thompson papers consist primarily of correspondence sent by Thompson regarding his duties as an Indian agent in the Colorado Territory. Many of the letters are addressed "General," which is how he referred to his brother-in-law, the appointed Colorado Territorial Governor, Edward M. McCook, and former Civil War General. Thompson attained the rank of Major in the War and was sometimes referred to by that title, though he did not use it in his writing. ...
Dates: 1868-1880


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


Identifier: M1594
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Correspondence, reports and a newspaper clipping comprise the collection. Originals, copies of originals and copies of documents held elsewhere constitute the papers. Much of the correspondence was sent to General L.W. Colby who was investigating the Sand Creek Massacre for a court case in 1892. Collection also available on microfilm: Mflm173. SERIES 1 PROFESSIONAL 1863-1892 ENVELOPE 1 Documents having to do with Chivington's...
Dates: 1863-1892


Identifier: WH2155
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1874–2010 and documents the professional life of Denver urban planning consultant and Ballpark Neighborhood Association booster, Karle Seydel, during a period of heavy investment, preservation, and renovation in Denver’s city center which began in the late 1980s and continued into the 2000s. The bulk of the collection relates to Seydel’s years of urban planning and advocacy work to improve the neighborhood surrounding Denver’s Coors Field from the early 1990s until his...
Dates: 1874–2010


Identifier: WH2207
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Lamb Family papers contain original correspondence and documents arranged chronologically. These papers document the lives of the children and grandchildren of William Lamb (1794-1852) who lived in Illinois and Ohio during the 19th century. Of special interest are 30 original letters (1889-1909) written by Henry F. Lamb (b. 1864; Crawford County, Illinois-d. 1938; Gilroy, California) to his brother, William Lamb (1861-1943), discussing Henry Lamb's travels and life as a miner...
Dates: 1827-2010; Majority of material found within 1827-1909


Identifier: WH1678
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence sent and received by William Larimer, Jr. ranging from 1850 to 1875. Correspondence sent and received by his son, William H.H. Larimer also constitutes a portion of the collection in this time period. Much of the later correspondence sent and received by descendants, children and grandchildren, of William Larimer, Jr. focuses on him. The photographs represent various family members up to approximately 1930. Collection also...
Dates: 1850-1930

Leroy A. Lewis Papers

Identifier: TMD166
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters sent to Lewis' wife, Alma after she had informed the families of all of the soldiers under her husband's command that their sons had arrived safely in Italy (1945); photocopies of correspondence sent to Alma Lewis from the "next of kin" for men who had been members of the 710th Ordinance Company (1945), photocopies of correspondence from Roy Lewis to "Pick" concerning the history of the 710th Ordinance Company (1998), photocopy of Lewis account of his wartime...
Dates: 1945-1999


Identifier: WH25
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers in this collection range from 1877 to 1981, with the bulk from 1877 to 1886. The order and arrangement of the papers, completed in 1976, has been retained. The papers were originally processed at item level and physically labeled with item numbers in the right hand corner of each document. Since these item numbers are referenced in other collections, the original processing plan is reflected in the updated version of the finding aid. Materials in the collection focus on Barnum's...
Dates: 1877-1981

Richard D. Johnston Papers

 Collection — Box 46
Identifier: M2246
Scope and Contents

Compact disc contains scans of 67 letters and their corresponding envelopes

Dates: 1941-1945


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


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


Identifier: TMD7
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Two hundred eighty-nine personal letters comprise the collection, which spans July 1943 to October 1945. Approximately half the correspondence is typed, and most of the 418 pages are double-sided. Correspondence from 1943 through 1944 includes letters sent by both Stan and Jean Cummings. The bulk of this correspondence was typed by Jean using carbon papers to produce three identical copies, one for each set of parents, and one for her sister Marion. Also included are...
Dates: 1943-1945


Identifier: WH1697
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Gordon, Rachel and Edward wrote each other, their mother and their brother Willie. The collection consists of this correspondence. The descriptions are vivid and detailed. Collection also available on microfilm: Mflm180. SERIES 1 GORDON TUPPER 1867-1883 BOX 1 Gordon Tupper's letters contain colorful descriptions of his life as an adventurer in the west. In Nebraska, many letters detailed army life with descriptions of typical...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH2121
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Materials in this collection relate to the professional and personal life of Wallace "Wally" Ginn, his parents Carl and Emmie Lou (Marchant) Ginn, and various other family members. The collection is divided into series by the owner or creator of the materials. Some ephemera and publications are also included in the collection. Where possible the original order has been maintained. The majority of the collection belonged to Wally, and reflects his professional and personal life....
Dates: 1890-1996


Identifier: TMD35
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1942-1946 and covers Chase's military activities at Camp Hale, Colorado; Camp Swift, Texas and in Italy. The bulk of the collection comprises correspondence Chase sent to his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Chase, who lived in Bridgewater, New Hampshire during World War II. Correspondence sent by Chase's older brother, Elton W. Chase, also forms part of the collection. Limited correspondence received by Chase's mother, Marion, is also included. ...
Dates: 1942-1946


Identifier: WH55
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection contains the personal papers of William N. Byers and family. The papers date from 1850 to 1938. Most of the material was generated by William Byers. The collection contains his diaries, correspondence, letter books and a small portion of his financial and legal documents. The material primarily documents his personal life, although the diaries and letter books contain information on his business transactions, both personal and professional. The financial records document his...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH73
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection centers around letters written by William Oliver Collins, his wife, Catharine Wever, and their son, Caspar Wever, during the 1860s. Correspondence contains accounts of travel between Ohio and Fort Laramie, daily life at the fort, military orders and reports. Because the original correspondence is extremely fragile researchers are requested to use the photocopies. The collection also contains research conducted by Agnes Wright Spring on the Collins family. Her...
Dates: 1861-1956