Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a scrapbook with Denver, Colo. music and theater programs, chiefly from Broadway Theatre, Denver Auditorium, and Tabor Grand; also from recitals and programs at Wolcott School.
Collection contains two scrapbooks (chiefly clippings, a few invitations, programs, and the like) on club activities and articles of general interest to cyclists. First scrapbook (1891-1894) compiled by Charles S. Price; the second scrapbook (1895) compiled by George E. Turner.
The materials in the collection include 1 notebook and 1 file folder covering the organization's history, officers, meetings, various state auxiliaries (1959-1982, 1982-1991); 1 notebook documenting the history of Auxiliary to Barracks 3129, Aurora, Colorado (1970-1973) and 1 scrapbook of newspaper clippings, photographs and other related ephemera compiled by Eva Loucks, Department of Colorado President, 1981-1982.
The collection includes an assortment of materials including letters, photographs, yearbooks, lecture tapes, plaques, awards and newspaper clippings documenting the professional life of Chief Judge Donald F. Cordova.
Includes scripts written for Panorama Television shows 1957- 1958, newspaper clippings, some correspondence; newspaper clippings, magazine articles and information from local television and radio stations and information about television in Denver, student video projects (1969-1977).
Collection contains photographs of Camp Hale, Colo.; Camp Swift, Tex.; and during the Italian Campaign (1943-1945) with many individuals identified. Four large photographic contact sheets, loose pages with clippings and articles attached.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper articles and advertisements concerning the Colorado Springs, Colo. carriage firms: Morley, Haver & Co., Welles & Shields, and E. F. Welles & Co.
Includes Redle photograph, rosters, notes, articles dealing with Company K, 85th Infantry Regiment (copies)
Materials include copies of Johnson's biographical data; reports of his burial (2003); copies of newspaper clippings (1945, 2004); copy photographs of Johnson (1944), his father (1906) and related monument (n.d.); notes and correspondence (1945, 2008).
The collection contains reunion information, material on Dachau, Blizzard newsletters, military records, notes, correspondence, biographical information, scrapbook, photographs, clippings from "Brattleboro Daily Reformer" and Camp Hale "SKI-ZETTE."
Collection contains two scrapbooks with Invitations, announcements, calling cards, correspondence, programs, memorabilia. Reflects social, church, and collegiate interests of prominent Denver, Colo. families.
Collection contains material related to Emanuel Martinez's artwork including newspaper clippings, articles, programs, calendars, promotional material, exhibit information and a laminated copy of a mural in Morrison, Colorado with historical notations.
Collection contains correspondence, program, clippings, photographs related to Warner's career as a pilot and her induction into the National Women's Hall of Fame.
Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, programs, photographs from the association's inaugural year (1958); includes historical sketch "History of music in the Englewood Public Schools...1938-1958".
Collection consists of a manuscript (1998) by Evelyn T. Cohen telling of her tenure as Co-Chairman of the Colorado Association for Mental Health from 1957-1961; newspaper clippings, copies of the legislation passed due to the efforts of the association; State Mental Health Bell Award issued to Evelyn T. Cohen.
Collection contains campaign notes, press releases, and newspaper articles from Muftic's campaign for Denver, Colo. mayor (1979).
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of the marriage of Ferne Marie Jackson to Ronald Iver Blewitt in Pasadena, Calif. on April 4, 1943; includes congratulatory cards and telegrams, postcards, maps and photographs from honeymoon in Grand Canyon; also scrapbook of newspaper clippings showing current events in Hawaii (1955-1956).
Collection contains a scrapbook with clippings of his career and writings, a few letters. Articles about Colorado personalities, political commentary, mining, also verse and fiction.
Collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, including clippings about the Spanish-American War; article dated August 24, 1985, about surviving veterans of Spanish-American War.
The Forbes Rickard Papers consist of three scrapbooks that Rickard kept about his mining activities from 1900 to 1917. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings that include quotes from Rickard, articles from mining journals, photographs, annual reports and correspondence. Rickard often wrote letters to the editors of various mining journals. These letters were incorporated into the scrapbooks. Loose materials from the scrapbooks comprise a small portion of the collection.
Collection contains correspondence (1943-1945, 1990); photographs of Camp Hale, Colo., Italy, (1943-1945); clippings (1980-2001); military papers (1943-1945); funeral service program (2009); personal photographs (1943-1945); memories (CD-ROM, n.d.); books: This Damn Tree Leaks by Bill Mauldin and Score Book for U.S. Rifles (1942).
Collection contains a scarp book assembled by Leonard with programs, clippings, pictures about Fort Collins Academy of Fine Arts and other concerts, recitals, and musical events in Fort Collins, Colo.
Collection contains correspondence, biography, resume, educational statement, newspaper clippings, photographs, resource center correspondence, and Irish documents (1970-2007). 16mm films (DVD copy) show locations: Glenwood Springs, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., rock climbing school and mules; and contain individuals identified as Clint Boyd, Frank Bollers, Chuck Miller, Nelson Lofsted, Carl Maas, Francis Lovett, Clare Symonds, and Ray Franklin (ca.1943-1944).
Collection contains a microfilm (C MSS Mflm10) copy of a scrapbook containing Information and copies of illustrations and bronze work by Frederic Remington.
The collection includes: biographical information compiled by David Miller (n.d.); clippings (ca.1980, n.d.); transcript of an interview with CBS Sunday Morning (1994).