Found in 129 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains tesearch notes and correspondence. Letters are chiefly those of project director Malcolm Wyer, Librarian of Denver Public Library.
Collection contains a copy of correspondence dated Feb. 4, 1916 from C.S. Watson and H.E. Barnes to: Sunday School Workers.
Bailey responds to recent letter from McGauran and invites him to "drop in sometime by appointment" for "advice" and "appraisal." Letter typed on City and County of Denver Mayor's Office stationery and signed: D.C. Bailey.
Part of a letter to a sibling mentions 1882 transit of Venus, also the possibility of acquiring property on Capitol Hill, Denver; newspaper clipping obituary of Jacob Lawrence.
Collection contains three letters from Edwin S. Randall to his mother from the midwest, including one from Council Bluffs, Iowa (1859) on his way to the "Pikes Peak" mines. Two letters (1874) to his wife, written from Pueblo and Colorado Springs.
Collection contains a donor letter to Denver Public Library; Richie mentions her parents: Herbert E. and Charlotte Curnow Richie who were formerly Library employees.
Collection contains two letters to Watson concerning Western frontiersman and scout Tom Tobin. Correspondents: O.T. Davis, Alamosa, Colo. and Charles J. Robinson, Fort Garland, Colo.
Reminisces about growing up in Denver, Colo. during 1890s. His father, Edward L. Kelly was a Denver bookseller (Stone & Locke 1891-1895; Kelly & Westling 1895-1899)
Collection contains letter received by Woodson responding to inquiry about dry farming in eastern Colo.; respondents: W.S. Callaway, Vernon, Colo.; E. Loring, Yuma, Colo.; E.A. Mead, Ault, Colo.; Geo. F. Owen, Longmont, Colo.
Letter from Flora Clark Gardner, Iowa City, Iowa to Western History Department, Denver Public Library requesting information about family member: Mary Hopkins Vandeventer (d. Aug. 13, 1866 Denver, Colo.); encloses copy of letter from James Vandeventer (Aug. 19, 1866) telling about wife Mary's death.
Collection consists of a 236 page letter press book with index containing copies of correspondence (1899-1904) written by Cannon and secretary, David R. Gill. Correspondence includes thank you notes, responses to political inquiries and fund raising events. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm167).
Collection contains a letter from Frank S. Fair, Spokane, Wash. to Opal Murray, Denver, Colo., April 18, 1841. The letter is a response to letter from Miss Murray (Assistant, Western History Dept., Denver Public Library, regarding Isaac Cooper.
Collection contains a letter from Fred N. Rogers, Denver, Colo. to Mr. Ricketson; reminiscences about Central City, Colo. and mentions property available in Gilpin County suitable for a movie project for people in their autos.
Collection contains original, signed letter by L.F. Garcia to Fred Mueller Saddle & Harness Co., Denver, Colorado.
Friendly letter to the youngest member of the family with advice on growing up. Addressed care of Wm. Ebert.
Diary (1859) of a journey from Kansas City to the Colorado gold fields and information about prospecting. Two letters of E.H.N. Patterson (to whom diary was presented); two unsigned items (letter and reminiscences).
Collection contains three letters from Hilko De Beer, Denver, Colo. to his wife, Martha De Beer, Clear Lake, Iowa; tells of experiences in church work among German Presbyterians in Denver. Letter of Aug. 24, 1908 incomplete.
The collection contains 2 letters on U.S. Senate stationary sent to Lewis Browne France about Colorado politics (Feb. 12 & 24, 1883); 1 stock certification from the Anaconda Extension Gold Mining Company signed by Horace Tabor (1892).
Chiefly letters from his military, business, and political friends, including Hiram P. Bennet and David H. Moffat.
Collection contains letters from Isabella L. Bird, Colo. to her sister Henrietta in Scotland concern her Colorado experiences.
Collection contains a letter from Isabella M. Steck, Denver, Colo. to W. Newton, Denver, Colo.; discusses her father's efforts in liquor laws and women's suffrage.
Collection contains a letter book; many letters concern promotion of investment in Gunnison County, Colo. mining claims.
Collection contains two letters and two telegrams to John T. Fitzpatrick, Charleston, Mass. concerning Fitzpatrick's possible employment in Elgan's firm. Also one letter of recommendation.
Collection contains miscellanea reflecting his various interests: autobiographical data, correspondence, song lyrics (Old Dolores; and, The Santa Fe Trail); an historical sketch: The Cactus Club, its early days.
Letter written on printed sheet showing "Map of the gold region with the routes thereto," table of distances from Omaha City to Cherry Creek, estimate for outfit for four men, provisions and supplies for six months. Concerning Colorado gold rush, writer states "Everything is right at diggings. Latest news very favorable".
Collection contains copies of letters written to family while traveling to Ore.; includes family genealogy and article about trip.
Collection contains letter from Tate, Saline County, Mo. to Jacob VanLear, Stanton, Va. written en route to California during gold rush. Mailed from Dover, Mo., Apr. 19, 1849.
Collection contains correspondence with Lorene L. Scott (Reference Department, Denver Public Library) concerning bio-bibliographical data for inclusion in Ms. Scott's "Colorado writers" (pub. 1939).
Letter to Irving Hale and enclosed pamphlet describing proposed history and informing Hale of his inclusion in the publication. Letter also signed by Earl B. Coe.
Collection contains a letter requesting property deed corrections for John A. and Peter A. Shanstrom from Nevadaville, Colo. officials.