Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains the following paperwork: Bronze Star Citation (1945), copies of a newspaper clipping and discharge papers (1945) for George Koslow.
The collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings from various newspapers including the "Blizzard" (ca.1943-1945).
Collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings depicting news events of the day including Leadville Ice Palace, spanish American war, Leadville (Colo.) riots and the militia.
Collection contains an album with photographs of the North Star mine and boarding house once located in the town of Yankee Hill, Gilpin County, Colo. (1908-1922); additional photographs document the Rocky Mountain News jeep caravan from Idaho Springs, Colo. over Yankee Hill to Central City (August 28, 1954), included are images of the North Star Mine and boarding house (1954); clippings on Edward C. Thiede and the Thiede family of Golden, Colo. (1954-1963), correspondence, ephemera.
Collection contains a scrapbook of mostly Denver, Colo. newspaper articles. The articles concern prominent Colorado men and women and articles on crimes.
Collection contains the written narration for the slide presentation, "Meeting the Challenge", outlines the history of Somerset, Colorado, a coal-mining community near Paonia, Colorado; photocopy of article on Somerset from "Coal" newsletter (August, 1939).
Collection contains a burlap covered scrapbook with metal hinges and lock published by Felix Bagel, Dusseldorf, German containing magin illustrations by German painter, C. M. Seyppel. The scrapbook has photographs, typed and printed poetry, quotes and newspaper clippings pasted in by Beam. Additional items include black and white photographs and negatives of Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon, Taos Pueblo, airplanes, and locomotives.
Awards and plaques; pilot's license, manuals, guides, logbooks; family photographs; baby book of Robert Wallace (son); scrapbooks of correspondence, clippings, newsletters, photographs concern Denver (Colo.) Technological Center, Arapahoe County (Colo.) Airport; Denver Water Bonds; Aviation Hall of Fame and trips to South America, Europe.
The collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings (1942-1945).
The collection contains the following biographical materials: articles, clippings related to Stimson's career as a mortgage banker (1969-1970); "Operation Mule" by Gordon Stimson (n.d.); "Gordon Stimson: Autobiographical Notes and Letters" (1999); 68 color slides depicting Kiska, Adak, Attu and Dutch Habor in the Aleutian Island with numerous soldiers of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment identified (n.d.).
Collection contains correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, text of a speech, testimonial letters, and a letter. Of interest are a handwritten letter to Rocky Mountain News editor Jack Foster denying racial strife in the San Luis, Colorado area; Lyndon Baines Johnson correspondence; the text of a speech to the U.S. Senate (1939), and some senatorial correspondence.
Collection contains a scrapbook documenting the musical careers of J. Allen Grubb, his wife (Margaret Day), and daughters (Martha and Margaret). Biographical sketches, photos, programs, clippings.
One quarter linear foot of clippings, programs, and flyers collected by Gussie Mae Johnson from 1946 to 2008.
The collection contains Kerr's wartime scrapbook containing clippings, photographs and correspondence that had been compiled by his mother (1942-1945).
The collection contains a copy of Poschman's memoir: "The Birth and Death of the 10th Mountain" (1983), clippings (2004); and correspondence (n.d.).
Contains newspaper clippings on the events in Alabama during the March to Montgomery in 1965, and the Poor Peoples Campaign in Washington, D.C. and Denver in 1968, March on Montgomery organizational papers, report from witness at Montgomery March, a large banner with signatures from Coloradans that supported the March on Montgomery.
Collection contains a photocopy of scrapbook with letters, photographs, news clippings concerning Mudge's career, biographical, and family information. Original owned by donor.
Collection on contains two scrapbooks with newspaper clippings reflecting George's interests: Populism, Free Silver, the open shop, direct legislation, other "third party" issues.
Collection contains correspondence; notices; memos; bylaws; financial statements; minutes books; board of directors papers; enrollment lists; newspaper clippings; newsletters; photographs.
Newspaper clipping and handwritten letter regarding the Bristol Homestead, Central City, Colorado.
Collection contains military papers (1943-1945), Camp Wolter, Tex. related ephemera (1943), clippings (1945-1946), correspondence (1944-1945), manuscript: World War II Memoirs of Horton K. Durfee, 1943-1946 by Durfee.
Collection contains newspaper clippings on the Vaille family, Denver Free Masons, U.S. railway mail service, Western Union Telegraph System, and the telephone industry in Colo. and N.M.
The collection contains Goldenberg's scrapbook with clippings, copies of his military records (1943-1945); family correspondence (1943-1945, 1968); copy of his memoirs: Recollection of 1945 (1999); ephemera; propaganda leaflets.
Collection contains materials generated during Clurman's time with the Rocky Mountain News: copies of dance and visual arts related stories authored by Clurman (1976-1987), correspondence received (1970s-1980s), articles about Clurman, and copies of articles from other publication written by Clurman.
Collection contains microfilm (C MSS Mflm7) copy of a scrapbook with articles concerning Baldwin, balloons and aeronautical feats.
Collection contains a series of articles written by Lafferty titled: "History of Weiser National Forest as Told by it's First Supervisor", which appeared in the newspaper, The Weiser American. The articles have been pasted into a scrapbook.
The collection contains one copy of the memoir "Views From the Crow's Nes"t by Jack Spahn from 1986. There is also one newspaper clipping from 1981 featuring a photograph of Jack Spahn.