Manuscripts (document genre).
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Collection contains two original diaries compiled by Potter during his trips to California (Tahoe, Trinity) and Northern California and Oregon (Klamath, Shasta, Lassen, and Stanislaus) during May through October 1903. Additional items include a copy of a transcription of his Utah travel diary (Utah and Idaho) dated from July 1 to November 22, 1902, as well as his personal scrapbook containing copies of correspondence, congressional records, magazine and newspaper articles, obituaries,...
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...
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...
Scope and Contents The collection comprises papers pertaining to the operation of the Gammon ranch, the Gammon family genealogy and manuscripts. The collection also contains a small amount of personal papers. The records of the Gammon ranch primarily document the fiscal management. Eugene and Gertrude Gammon authored several manuscripts that were based on the ranch and El Paso County, Colorado. These manuscripts provide additional insight into life on the ranch during the early 1900s. Extensive...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1917 to 1988 and documents Nolie Mumey's medical and military service as well as his membership and activities in numerous civic and social organizations. Materials, which are arranged chronologically, include newspaper clippings, military records, correspondence and extensive memorabilia. SERIES 1 NOLIE MUMEY PAPERS 1917-1988 BOX 1 This series contains the bulk of the collection and is divided into two sections. The...
Collection — Multiple Containers
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Rocky Mountain Women's Institute Records follow the personnel, artists, activities and work of the organization from 1975 to 2009. The collection contains correspondence and samples of artwork, including writing, illustrations of performances, photographs and audio-visual materials. SERIES 1 ADMINISTRATIVE 1975-2009 BOX 1 Arranged chronologically, articles of incorporation, by-laws, reports; staff, Associate, Board of Director and...
Scope and Contents Collection contains historical correspondence and documents related to early aviators, scientists, organizations, military of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. RHC1 - James Sadler Letter to Lord Mulgrave, September 3, 1808, Box 2 James Sadler (1751-1828) was the first Englishman to rise in a hot air balloon. Collection contains a letter from Sadler to Lord Mulgrave requesting an interview to discuss an idea that would help defeat...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers range from 1824 to 2012. Correspondence, manuscripts of plays, poetry and prose books, diaries, scrapbooks and photographs comprise the collection. The bulk of the papers belonged to Thomas Hornsby Ferril. Papers of other family members are also included. The series are arranged chronologically by family member. Within each series, arrangement of material varies according to the type of material. For example, financial papers are arranged chronologically and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection of William Connelley's papers consists mainly of manuscript drafts and research material for two of his books, Quantrill and the Border Wars, and Wild Bill and his Era: The Life and Adventures of James Butler Hickok. Research material includes correspondence, interview transcripts and statements, newspaper clippings and notes. The collection also contains several files on the Connelley...