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Auraria (Colo.) -- History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Auraria remembered

Identifier: C MSS OH500
Scope and Contents

Collection contains audio tape interviews conducted by Gallegos with former residents of the neighborhood, governmental officials, activists, theater related individuals and musicians. Approximately 12 of the interviews have a transcript; also included are 5 transcripts for taped interviews not found in the collection: History of Auraria class contract, Dennis Bryan, Gloria Rodriguez, Peggy Olona, Gonzales reunion.

Dates: Check date

Auraria Town Company Original Share

Identifier: M1664
Scope and Contents

Original share no. 84, certificate no. 3 to James(?) Richardson signed September 24, 1859; entitles the owner to four lots in the town of Auraria, Colorado.

Dates: September 24, 1859

David Eitemiller Papers

Identifier: WH2311
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1944, 1969-1977


Identifier: WH1364
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Magdalena Gallegos Papers document her personal and professional life from 1951-2021. The collection is divided into five series: Personal, Professional, Displaced Aurarians, Audio-Visual, and Oversize. Materials include article drafts from Gallegos' personal and professional writing, research notes, meeting minutes, meeting agenda lists, clippings, correspondence, cassette tapes, Auraria area maps, awards, and plaques. SERIES 1 PERSONAL 1951-2021...
Dates: 1951-2014, 2021

West Denver Auraria Historical Society Records

Identifier: WH423
Scope and Contents

Collection contains: official archives of the society. Includes donated collections.

Dates: 1858-1971