Lawyers -- Colorado -- Denver.
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains materials associated with Ducker's writing: notes, typed and handwritten drafts of his novels and poetry, printer's galley proofs, newspaper clippings, and a video cassette of "All's Fair."
Financial statements; correspondence; agreements; applications; correspondence; water litigation records; court documents; leases; Rocky Mountain Power Company records; drawings from Sweetwater Hydroelectric Project (Colo.) and Oak Creek Thermal Power Project (Colo.).
Collection contains personal correspondence; biographical notes; clippings; photograph; scrapbooks; ephemera; obituary and tributes.
Collection contains correspondence, deed of stock brand (1895), family records, newspaper clippings on Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations, scrapbooks, copy of The Melodrama of Wolhurst by Caroline Bancroft.
Collection contains press releases, speeches, financial papers, campaign material from Tooley's mayoral campaigns; papers from community service organizations to which Tooley belonged; newspaper clippings pertain to campaigns and Denver (Colo.) politics; some personal papers.
Unknown attorney's daybook for 1941 with appointments.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings on conservation, Republican rallies and articles written by Goudy.
The collection contains an assortment of receipt books, account ledgers, appointment books, correspondence, and photographs related to the legal practice of Harry H. Tangeman (1904-1946).
Collection includes letterbook (1880-1888) and ledger (1877-1886). Diary (1856-1857) of an older Isham Robertson Howze, relationship unknown, which was written in Tennessee. Also minutes and documents (1913-1920) for the Partriotic Order Sons of America.
Jerome's original letters to Charles H. Toll tell of Jerome's life in early Colorado as a schoolteacher and then as an attorney. Included are typed copies of the letters and photocopies of photographs of the Jerome family.
Judge Arraj discusses his professional career as a lawyer and judge. Individuals mentioned include: Edwin Carl Johnson, William Lee Knous, Jean S. Breitensen, Howard Taft King, Gordon Allot, Byron G. Rogers, Sr., James K. Groves.
The collection contains correspondence, resume, clippings, business card, applications, photographs, pilot certification, aviation materials, awards, family genealogies (Manzanares, Juarros, Sullivan), K-12 public school awards, letters and ribbons; law school documents, cards, memorial items, personal documents, CD-ROMs, ephemera, files related to the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings concern criminal investigations and Cohen's work as a lawyer; photographs; Cohen's obituary.
Correspondence, photographs of Stearns and Pitkin families, newspaper clippings, reprint of address delivered by Robert Lawrence Stearns at the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries in 1935, school records.