Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:
Collection is arranged chronologically and documents her work in the Colorado House of Representatives and as an author and advocate for women's rights. Materials related to her political career include information about human trafficking, women's health and rights, and Colorado's economic development. Her publishing and writing includes articles, columns, Women's Business Chronicle information and samples of her poetry.
Collection contains correspondence, programs, business card, brochure, exposition tickets and three handmade books of pressed wild flowers from the Rocky Mountains.
Collection contains correspondence, speeches and research papers by Kennon cover the topic of women in the workplace; Collegiate Bureau of Occupation (Denver, Colo.) records include occupational surveys; biographical sketch of Dr. Margaret Ethel V. Fraser, Denver, Colo. physician; newspaper clippings regarding Dr. Florence Sabin; papers from American Association of University Women, Denver Branch.
Collection includes maps, copies of National Register of Historic Places information, notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, book research materials, I-25 resource material, project files, documents; photos, negatives, and photo logs for homes and buildings throughout Denver.
Collection contains original and photocopies of documents to Freedman from The Women's Bank (Denver, Colo.) Includes financial reports, offering circular, prospectus, agreement, newspaper clippings; correspondence in regards to Historic Paramount Foundation, Inc. bankruptcy; program from memorial service for Mary Gindhart Roebling, co-founder of The Women's Bank.
Collection contains research notes, clippings, pictures, letters of inquiry, manuscripts from various writing projects, including material on the Colorado Springs Opera House; also typescript of his book: Diamonds in the salt (Boulder, Colo. : Pruett Press, 1967).
The collection contains files dating from 1973 to 1995 that were retained by Denver City Council Member Cathy Donohue and relate to the planning of the Denver International Airport and associated public projects. Materials include agendas, applications, correspondence, meeting minutes, memos, reports, and a survey map.
Materials consist of personal and business correspondence, financial and legal documents, a hand-drawn map of waterways near old Fort Lowell, Tucson, AZ, and a hand-drawn map of the Tierra Amarilla Land Grant spanning southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Materials belonged to Count Charles de Foresta, of France.
Collection contains office files generated by Brown as a member of the Denver City Council for District 6 (2001-2015). The files document the various issues and projects Brown worked on during his tenure as a councilman.
Collection contains newspaper articles, correspondence, reports, short biographies on nominees for 1992 induction; women considered include Mary Thomas, Owl Woman, Caroline Bancroft, Dr. Florence Sabin, Golda Meier; of special note are photographs of the childhood Denver homes of some of the nominees.
The collection spans the years 1990-2009 and covers Cydney Payton's career as an art dealer and curator in Colorado.
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.
Collection contains meeting minutes and notes (1987-1993), clippings on urban renewal in Denver (1988-1993), plans, draft resolutions, legal correspondence, legal settlement, negotiation paperwork, funding, reports, construction permit.
Collection contains memos; correspondence; petitions; legislation; event invitations; clippings, reports; booklets; postcards; Elitch Gardens preservation and urban renewal plans; Sloan Lake Park rehabilitation papers, ephemera.
This collection contains drawings, photographs, correspondence, moving images, and ephemera related to the Denver Millennium Celebration events of 2000, with particular focus on the July 29 "Party on the Platte," and culminating with a fireworks display along the Sixteenth Street Mall, on December 31, 2000.
Collection contains scrapbooks contain annual reports, clippings, photographs, programs, invitations, correspondence, agendas, meeting minutes, reports, photographs.
Office files of The Collectors' Center bookstore; newspaper advertisements; book lists; correspondence and file from Denver Posse of the Westerners; research on George A. Crofutt; black and white photographic print on posterboard with inscription: "Garden Place addition. John E. Leet, Owner. No. 1. Argo. Suburb to Denver. Sept. 28, 1892. From top of Grant smelter smoke stack. Height 352 feet. McCormick Photo, Denver"
Collection contains Burke's office files including Denver city government reports and documents.
Collection includes programs, brochures, catalogues, financial papers, meeting minutes from Denver Businessmen's Symphony Orchestra; flyers and programs from local and national theaters; newspaper clippings on theater; music books; correspondence; high school diploma., photographs.
Collection contains Dr. Abrams's files on medial ethics and medical decision making (1982-2014): conference papers, course materials, clippings, articles, medical cases, and research.
Collection contains personal and family business papers in addition to professional records from Carlson's career with Denver, Colorado parks, and S.R. DeBoer. Includes papers from veterans of the 89th Infantry Division. Photographs of buildings, terrain, landscaping projects, events around Denver and Colo. (ca.1930s).