Autobiographies (literary works)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains an autobiography by Wallihan that tells of his big game hunting and wild game photography; introduction by Charles Roth; notes by Chauncey Thomas.
One quarter linear foot box containing Joseph Conklin Lanier II's autobiography written in 2005.
Autobiographical and biographical material about African American leaders of Denver, Colo.
Collection contains a 22 page autobiography describing a three-week trip to Colorado, May 25-June 15, 1964.
Collection contains two scrapbooks: 1. personal life and achievements. -- 2. Fransister movement; and several booklets published by Gentle Living Publications.
Collection contains a copy of Coulter's autobiography: 65 years of memories ("Volume [i.e. copy] 11" of 15) with illustrations, facsimiles and portraits; describes childhood and youth in Colorado, engineering career in many Western states (Arizona, California, Nebraska, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming), and extensive world travel 1968-1976 after retirement.
Collection contains handwritten memoirs of Bloom's experience as a Colo. pioneer. Includes typed transcription.
Collection contains the autobiography of Joseph Conklin LaNier, II.
Collection contains "The J.S. Hoy manuscript," (1952) from original sources with notes and comments by James G. Hodgson; "The history of Brown's Park," was transcribed in 1934.
Collection contains autobiography; history of John C. Love family of Siebert, Colo.; black and white photographs of Love family.
Collection contains a typed autobiography; describes home in Edgewater (Colo.), growing up in Denver (Colo.), family members, school experiences, 1918 flu epidemic, marriage to Ralph Rose.
Research material on "No Man's Land" of Oklahoma, chiefly Beaver County. Reminiscences of pioneers include: A.N. Howe, Thomas J. Judy, A.M. McCoy, James R. Quinn, H.H. Raymond.
Reminiscences of career in Denver, Colo. 1909-1911, as well as experiences in New York, Chicago, Kansas City, other places in the West, 1900-1915. Includes letters to Warren C. Dubois and a copy of "Saga of Rondout Creek."
Includes a photocopy of a manuscript entitled Notes; includes details of Mikes escape from Hungry prior to World War II.
Collection contains newspaper clippings from The Montana Oil & Mining Journal (1936); lists of stories written by Tuttle; short autobiography.
Collection contains a history of the Diocese of Denver, from the beginning to mid-1910s. Also "Recollections of my life and reflections on times and events during it," finished at Loretto motherhouse, Ky. 1933.
Story "related at the insistence of [his friend] Carl Weeks to [Weeks' secretary] I.E. Carlin".