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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: WH1163
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Agnes Wright Spring's research notes, which describe select aspects of Wyoming history, comprise the bulk of the collection. Limited notes related to Colorado history are also included. Research correspondence and reference materials, including photographs, supplement Spring's notes. Transcriptions and copies of a limited number of Spring's published articles complete the collection. SERIES 1 ARTICLES 1924-1961 BOX 1 The series contains a...
Dates: 1867-1966


Identifier: WH1064
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Materials found in the Benjamin Draper Collection cover the years 1859-1977. The collection includes all the research notes, informational sources and the rough drafts that Benjamin Draper used in his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Denver in Colorado. Information in the collection does, however, extend beyond the actual content of the dissertation, Colorado Theatres 1859-1969. Collection...
Dates: 1859-1977


Identifier: WH660
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Edward Bollinger papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper clippings along with originals and copies of documents from Western railroad companies. The collection is the result of Bollinger's extensive research for his books on the Western railroads. Although the material spans the years 1900-1978, it was generated between 1952-1979 when Bollinger wrote his books. Numerous railroad photographs also form part of the collection. SERIES 1...
Dates: 1900-1979


Identifier: WH99
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Elmer Orville Davis Papers consist of his research and writing on railroading and related topics in the United States with an emphasis on Colorado. Manuscripts and research material for his series of articles, Seventy-five Years Ago, comprise the bulk of the collection. Research material consists of notebooks, maps, tables of track laid, railroad schedules, diaries and newspaper clippings. Manuscripts include ...
Dates: 1865-1961


Identifier: WH1737
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection comprises notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, maps, reports and articles that Ellis assembled during the course of various research projects. The bulk of the material relates to Ellis' proposed history of the area around Pando, Colorado and the Army's ski training facility at Camp Hale. Additional materials document Ellis' efforts to locate various Colorado boundary markers. Map plates and page layout proofs from Ellis' limited-edition 1983 book, ...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH952
Scope and Contents This collection contains Frank Bingenheimer’s papers and photographs, both professional and personal, including a few personal items belonging to his sister Margaret. Some of the papers pertain to his work at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado; the majority reference his travels throughout North America and research on various local and world topics. The bulk of the collection is comprised of photographs and color slides taken by Bingenheimer. ...
Dates: 1873-1984; Majority of material found within 1945-1984


Identifier: WH231
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Joseph G. Masters Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, excerpts from magazines, books or other printed material and photographs. Information about his years prior to teaching is not included in the collection. The material comes from his extensive research on Western U.S. history. Masters’s focus in his research was the early frontier and trails with an emphasis on the sites and events along the Oregon Trail. Material spans the years...
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH2101
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Research material consisting of notes, articles and copied newspaper clippings comprise the bulk of the collection. Published versions of articles and other works including the recent book, High Altitude Attitudes: Six Denver Women, and a videotape of One Mile Five Foot Ten, the award-winning television program, are also contained in the collection. SERIES 1...
Dates: 1972-2008


Identifier: WH692
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the research compiled by Patricia Trenton for a monograph on Harvey Otis Young for her doctoral thesis. The original material in the collection dates from circa 1970. Copies made for her research span 1883-1901. Material includes Trenton's correspondence, notes, and photocopies of mining deeds, legal documents, articles and photographs of Young's artwork. In 1975, the Denver Art Museum published the monograph Harvey Otis Young...
Dates: 1874-1972


Identifier: WH1019
SCOPE AND CONTENT The collection includes materials from 1858 to 1987. Materials in the collection include notes, drafts of manuscripts for published books, unpublished manuscripts, maps, newspaper clippings, correspondence, publications, photographs and tapes. Review of the acquisitions agreement by Western History/Genealogy Manager is required in the event of request to publish from the collection. The collection contains a wealth of information on Colorado and the West. Perry kept an extensive collection...
Dates: 1858-1987

Robinson Brick Company Records

Identifier: WH2509
Content Description The collection comprises one box, one OVBox, and one OVFF containing materials from Robinson Brick Company dating from 1867 through circa 2006. Items in the collection include original documents, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, photographs and research papers about brick manufacturing and the Robinson Brick Company compiled by Barbara Gibson. The materials were given to Barbara Gibson in 1997, who was hired to research and interview F. George Robinson, President of Robinson Brick...
Dates: 1867-2002, undated

Ruth Eloise Wiberg Papers

Identifier: WH2520
Content Description The Ruth Eloise Wiberg papers contain materials from 1960s-1990s with some material dating back to 1887 that pertain to Wiberg's research for her book Rediscovering Northwest Denver, which includes the neighborhoods of Highland, West Highland, Berkeley, Sunnyside and Sloan's Lake. Much of the research materials are clippings, articles, programs, and booklets. Included are drafts to various chapters of her book, and drafts of articles written for newspapers. The...
Dates: 1887-1999


Identifier: WH2212
Scope and Contents Materials in the collection date from 1916-1949, with the bulk of the collection produced between 1934 to 1942. The collection contains a large assortment of publications: reports, newsletters, bulletins, and manuals generated by the various agencies of the Colorado program of the United States Works Progress Administration (1935-1940) and Colorado program of the United States Works Projects Administration (1939-1942). These include materials produced by WPA sponsored state and local...
Dates: 1916-1949; Majority of material found within 1934-1942


Identifier: WH905
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...
Dates: 1880-1930


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