Denver (Colo.) -- History.
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Five typed pages (photocopies) of reminiscences by Anne L. Real and a transcript of an interview with a Mr. Wimbush about the history of the Berkeley District and the Berkeley School.
Scrapbook containing events calendar and newspaper clippings from the Denver Post that document the various activities taking place during the celebrations.
Collection contains research materials: brochures, bulletins, newsletters, menus, publicity, ephemera, guides used by Eitemiller for his book: Historic tours: for automobile, bicycle, omnibus, or walking: Denver Part 1 Auraria and Lower Downtown including Ninth Street Park and Larimer Square (1977). Photographs and slides by Daniel Eitemiller.
Single scrapbook containing illustrated newspaper articles written about early Denver, Colo. (ca. 1920's).
Parkhill tells stories about Denver, Colo. history from 1900 to 1930, includes stories about the Ku Klux Klan, the Teapot Dome scandal, notable Denver personalities, trials, gambling, and strikes.
Collection consists of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on Denver and Colorado topics. Includes index.
Collection contains Smith discussing early Denver, Colo. history.
The collection contains two diaries (ca.1908-1917) compiled by Brooks about her involvement with various clubs: D.A.R., Colo. State Conservation Commission, Neighborhood House, Needlework Guild, Colo. Mountain Club, Citizen's Protection Society, American Red Cross and Colo. State Historical Society; her immediate family and time spent with her husband, Henry F. Brooks.
Collection contains 19 interviews recorded on cassette tape documenting the lives of individuals living in neighborhoods of Northwest Denver, Colo. during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Two cassette tapes contain a Tom Noel talk on the streetcars of Denver (1981) and Elmer Muth slide presentation (1981). Additional files document the organization: transcripts, correspondence, articles of incorporation, clippings, interview materials, forms.
Letter to Barbara Walton, Denver Public Library, contains McPhee's memories of growing up in Denver, Colo. in the 1920s and 1930s. Includes descriptions of the Carlson-Frink Creamery, Cheesman Park, street cars, parties, playgrounds and Saturday afternoon movies.
Reminisces about Jefferson Randolph Smith, also known as Soapy Smith, who he knew in Denver, Colo. and in Skagway, Alaska. White also relates stories about early Denver, gambling and gambling halls.
Includes material on developing Uptown Denver, Park Avenue district landmark designation materials, Denvers Uptown on the Hill Association material, bid offerings for Hittle Building Resturant Complex and 17th Avenue Commercial Complex and photographs of building projects.
Collection contains a typed manuscript of: Denver, Mining Camp to Metropolis written by Leonard with Thomas J. Noel (1989); correspondence in response to an article by Leonard published in Colorado Country Life about Colorado ghost towns.
Collection contains: official archives of the society. Includes donated collections.