Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 279 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a scrapbook with the history of Loretto Heights College (Colo.) Music Department founded in 1864; newspaper clippings, "Star Nights" programs, student recital programs from 1951-1957.
The collection contains papers from Guzman's pastoral and political career, including correspondence, biographical information, resume, speech notes, sermons, photographs, awards, commendations, newspaper clippings, ephemera (1949-2015).
Collection contains a partial family genealogy of the Lynds and Embury families; newspaper clippings.
Collection contains 2 scrapbooks compiled by Lanning with programs, bills, receipts, correspondence, deeds, naturalization papers, marriage certificates, stock certificates, recipes, deeds, record of registered letters from Eagle County, Colo.; some of the material from the Jackson Hotel, Poncha Springs, Colo.
Collection contains a scrapbook with clippings about senior citizens' concerns and activities in Colorado, with reports, pamphlet material, program announcements, and entries from an essay contest about senior citizens.
The collection includes poetry by Erling Omland, Laura Winter and Thurl Brown; film and interview transcripts; National Association correspondence, business papers and notes; History of the International Federation of Mountain Soldiers (draft by MacKenzie); Army Signal Corps photographs (1943-1945); newspaper clippings, reunion materials, reunion photographs (1990-2001) and other related ephemera.
Collection contains letters from Sandoz on a variety of subjects; letters from her sister Caroline Sandoz Pifer to Denver author Caroline Bancroft; newspaper clippings from a series on Sandoz.
Collection contains a scrapbook documenting Mrs. Wheaton's work and interest in various patriotic societies, especially D.A.R., Colonial Dames, and Daughters of 1812.
Collection contains biographical information on Maxwell: What ever became of Mrs. Maxwell's natural history collection? by Mary Dartt Thompson (1924); A pioneer venture in habitat grouping (1915); transcription of clipping from the Potter American Monthly (1876); 6 copy b/w copy photographs from the Centennial Exposition (1876).
Includes news clippings and notes for an article from The Independent Family Living, "A Veterans story: Martin Bockelmann, World War II Veteran."
Collection contains newspaper clippings, poems, photographs, and ephemera separated from a scrapbook.
The collection contains correspondence (1896-1945); clippings (1895-1923); photographs (ca.1896); souvenir postcards and booklets; tin types; newspaper clippings (n.d.); greeting cards (n.d.); railway pamphlets (1900); Judge John W. Meldrum obituaries (1935).
The collection contains family correspondence (1944-1945); a copy of the article: "War & Remembrance-Mountain Man" (1993); a copy of Border's memoir: "King of the Mountain" (ca.1981); scrapbook assembled by Border's mother (1944-1945).
Collection contains: newspaper clippings, personal handwritten accounts of the Italian campaign, photographs of Italy with written descriptions, discharge papers (copy), photograph of Harris at 80 years of age (2005).
The collection contains the following materials: Homeowner's Monthly Association Meeting Minutes (1990-2000); Homeowner's Association Annual Meeting Minutes (1994-2000); Board of Director's Meeting minutes (2004-2007); Homeowner's Association By-Laws; Homeowner's Association Rules and Regulations with Proposed Revisions; Mini Grants; Architectural Committee materials; Photographs (1990-2000); Mission Viejo Reporter- Mission Viejo, California. (1972-1975).
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings. Many concern Pope's sponsorship of programs and lectures in Denver by Ruth Draper, Hugh Walpole, John Cowper Powys and others. Accompanied by later material concerning her sister-in-law Lucretia Pope of Florence, Italy.
Collection contains 2 scrapbooks with information about the Neighborhood House Association: records, brief history, newspaper clippings, other miscellaneous items.
The collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings compiled by Christie's wife.
Collection contains a scrapbook with personal information, newspaper clippings and biographical sketch.
Collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper articles from the New York Tribune on various aspects of the U.S. westward movement during mid-19th century. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm100).
Collection contains a 117 page scrapbook of newspaper clippings about Denver and Colorado events (1952-1969); handmade christening outfit (1936) and doilies (early 1900s).
The collection Includes financial materials, mine information and reports, correspondence, safety information, drilling information, explosives information, inspection reports and information, newspaper clippings, ledgers, survey maps.
The collection includes family correspondence (1941-1945); scrapbooks (n.d.); photograph albums of the Seneca Rocks training area (1943-1944), dedication of 10th Mountain Division Monument in Fort Drum, New York (October 4, 1991), army pictures; research materials and manuscripts for "History of the Studebaker Weasel" (n.d.) ; video tapes; audio cassette; memorabilia (1946-1993); newspaper clippings; notes; booklets regarding support of a perpetual world calendar (1994-1998).
The collection primarily documents administrative activities of Opera Colorado and contains mostly meeting minutes, memos, reports, correspondence, clippings, and promotional material. Boxes 2-5 represent the Opera Colorado-related papers of Eleanor N. Caulkins.
Letter from Chaplain Forest R. Stickler to Guy Carey (father of Oscar Carey) regarding the death in combat of Oscar Carey April 8, 1945, newspaper clippings and Unit photograph (with Carey identified), Company C, Third Infantry Training Regiment, Camp Robinson, Arkansas (1944).
Collection contains Out our way comic strips clipped from the Rocky Mountain News, also scrapbook containg the comic strip.
The collection consists of color and black and white photographic images of Paco Sanchez, buildings, people and events, two campaign brochures, and newspaper clippings (1966). There are also three Spanish language playbills from Mexico and California (1944, 1948) listing Sanchez as the magician "Nostrodamus II" and the clown, "Collila."
One OVBox containing newspaper clippings and three 1980s U.S. Olympic Team branded track uniforms from 1969 to 1980. The uniforms include two jackets and one pair of warmup pants.
Collection contains clippings about Lake City in Hinsdale County, Colo.; financial information about the Hinsdale County Historical Society; includes Fisher's vacation travel notes (1971-1984).