Manuscripts for publication
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains manuscript of "History of Boy Scouting in Denver"; manuscript of "History of the Denver Area Council"; copies of articles on the history of scouting in Denver.
The collection contains the 215 page, unannotated manuscript of "Adios, Havana: a memoir".
The collection contains the 271 page manuscript of "Going together" (2007), including editor's comments, corrections and other notations.
Collection contains the manuscript copy of Blecha's: Colorado Place Names, a genealogical and historical guide to Colorado sites. The book was published posthumously in 2001 after Blecha's death.
The collection contains materials associated with Ducker's writing: notes, typed and handwritten drafts of his novels and poetry, printer's galley proofs, newspaper clippings, and a video cassette of "All's Fair."
Collection contains a selection of manuscripts of articles describing Pueblo Indians, including Taos Pueblo, N.M. and visits to Hopi villages in Ariz. to witness snake-dance ceremony. Includes newsclipping with a description of fiesta "San Geronimo at Taos Pueblo" published in Colorado Springs Gazette, Oct. 1902 by C. E. Tipton.
Collection contains newspaper clippings, obituaries (1995), copies of photographs (1949, 1950), manuscript copy of Time and Tide: Reflections on the Strange Journey of Old Age by Smith (1992), correspondence regarding Smith's death (1995).
Collection contains research notes, articles, artwork, drafts, bound copies of her book "Our Colorado Immortals in Stained Glass; correspondence, newspaper articles, agreement, manuscript, edits for book "But You're Different"; audio cassette of interview on KCFR radio (Denver, Colo.).
Collection contains two manuscripts: A Pair of Silver Wings (245 page typescript); Colonel Todhunter's Daughter - biography of Elliott Todhunter Dewey (5 typed pages; 2 copies).
Collection contains a typewritten manuscript and corrected galley proof. Vol. 3 includes: Diary of Sarah White Smith, letters of Asa B. Smith, and other documents relating to the 1838 reenforcement to the Oregon Mission. Publication of Mrs. Smith's diary based on a transcription in Denver Public Library.
Collection contains a 732 page typescript in two parts with corrections and annotations, of an unpublished autobiography: The Hatch and Brood of Time.
Collection contains manuscript copies of 33 short stories written by McGraw, also one script for an untitled play; list of published stories.
Corrected typescripts of her: America's knitting book (1968; also rev. ed. 1974); and America's crochet book (1972). Original illustrative material included.
The collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, draft of manuscripts and a large selection of negatives and photographic images. Also included with the collection are the papers and records of Charles Edwin Hewes (Poet of the Rockies) and William Austin Hamilton Loveland (Colo. pioneer); Larimer County School District Records (1868-1908); St. Vrain Ski Lift, Inc.; and various Loveland (Colo.) topics.
Collection contains: typed, 126 pg. manuscript by Chrisman -- It Wasn't All Shootin' and Dyin': the story of Capt. G.G. Huntt, H Co., 4th U.S. Cavalry (1961); correspondence (1977, 1992); research; and George Gibson Huntt's military records (1861-1898).
Collection contains a manuscript in 15 file folders written by James Harris documenting the stories of African Americans from Africa to after the American Civil War.
Collection contains research materials for Miller's book on Stapleton International Airport (1983): clippings, articles, notes, indexes, manuscript, video tapes, contract, mockups, photographs, negatives.
Collection contains copies of outlines, drafts, revisions, notes, proofs, research, manuscripts of published works, copies of speeches, correspondence, fan letters, schedule of Dunning's radio programs, Denver Post articles (1967-1970; 1974-1975).
Collection contains manuscript draft with notes and corrections for "Where the Old West Stayed Young", a history of Brown's Park and the rise and fall of the range cattle business in northwest Colorado and southwest Wyoming; transcript of address delivered to the Association of University Women.
Collection contains corrected typescripts, notes, correspondence, other research material for Kathleen Bruÿn's two books; includes unpublished manuscript (1930s): New deal for Olympus by husband, Marcel Bruÿn.
Collection contains the author's published and self-published writings, including memoirs, articles on settlement of Ukrainians in Colorado, and activities of the Denver Group of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Collection contains personal and professional correspondence; memos; family history; diaries; typed manuscripts of The Gardens of My Life, My Greatest Experience as a Girl and How I Met It, Marya's Garden, Gardening and Grief, Memories of Annastina; newspaper clippings; copies of published magazine articles; working notes for publications and speeches.
Collection contains Ramos' manuscripts for many of his books, book reviews, publisher's correspondence, certificates, screenplay, electronic files, photographs, baseball cards, scrapbooks (1986-1997).
Collection contains notes, correspondence, photographs, and manuscript for "Wyoming Yesterdays." Also includes copy of memoir "Wheatland, Wyoming."