Found in 129 Collections and/or Records:
Information about personal papers of his late friend Harry McGuire given to the University of California, Santa Barbara. Collection included journal of McGuire's social life in Denver, Colo. during the 1930s.
Letters regard investment in Mexican railroad, land, and electrification schemes, mainly in connection with development of the Mexican Central Railroad.
Tells about his difficulties getting established as an artist and writer. Majority of letters written from Reno, Nev.; others from Cimarron, N.M., New Haven, Conn., New York, N.Y. Letter of Sept. 23, 21, verso of 3rd leaf: N.B.K. 917 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Letters from Trinidad, Colo. to a friend in the East tell about life in town and ranching in surrounding areas.
Collection contains a copy of a letter from Lewis Cass Gandy, Bellmore, N.Y. to the Editors of Reader's Digest Magazine, Pleasantville, N. Y. Gandy write to protest inaccuracies in an article by Gene Fowler (Mar. 1937) on "The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown." Copy of editors' reply included.
Correspondence, business records, agreements--mainly with partners Horace L. Walters and Everett Owens.
Collection contains letters, program of memorial service, and poem about the death of Mabel's sister, Ida Blanche Hinman (1855-1935).
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.
Material originally gathered by Garretson. Consists primarily of correspondence between members of the Plainsmen Society, with a few from the American Bison Society. Letters contain reminiscences about early days in the West, with references to such personalities as William Henry Jackson, Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hickok, and Calamity Jane. Besides Garretson, correspondents include Jesse Brown, Dan W. Greenburg, William Francis Hooker, A.B. Ostrander, Ellis
Collection contains an account of Banta family history and genealogy. Miss Banta's father Daniel traveled to Colorado from Indiana by wagon in 1860s. Homesteaded and farmed in Central City area. Moved to Denver ca. 1877.
The collection contains an informal note to Mary "Minnie" Lorena Mundy Weir and hand-tinted picture of Elitch Gardens.
Writings, letter, and photograph of A. H. Cole.
Correspondence with officials of his veterans' organizations regarding a proposed memorial on the Colorado State Capitol grounds. Correspondence with Sons of the Revolution Society also regards Hunter's expulsion from the organization over this issue.
The bulk of the collection includes Philip Hamon's extensive music collection including concert/event fliers, posters, collages, drumsticks, photographs, cymbals, VHS tapes, and his music collection (CDs, cassette tapes). The materials cover the local and national music scene. There is material related to his work with People First in Denver and the disability rights community, as well as some personal photographs and correspondence.
Collection contains Hauser's letters to Caroline Bancroft concern his father's life in Leadville, Colo., acquaintance with H.A.W. Tabor, participation in a volunteer fire company, and disposition of his fireman's hat and belt. Included two 1934 letters from Leadville Fire Marshal James French contrast Leadville of the 1930s and mention Mrs. Elizabeth McCourt Tabor still living at the Matchless Mine.
Collection contains a letter from Wright, Kansas City, Mo. to Doris M. Well, Denver, Colo. ; answer to inquiry from Miss Wells (Reference Librarian, Denver Public Library) about a possible connection of Frederick G. Bonfils, Denver newspaperman, with the Kansas City Star.
Chiefly letters to Mrs. Louis A. Coyle (Leatha M. Scanlan Coyle), Denver, Colo. and scrapbook items kept by her about the artist.
Collection contains correspondence, primarily from Lamborn to General LeDuc regarding the importing of yaks to Colo. to be used as beasts of burden. Also includes a letter in response to LeDuc's inquiries into the rearing of yaks in France by Edward F. Noyes.
This collection includes photographs (color, b/w) and correspondence from 1970-2000.
Collection contains a typed letter from Wykoff; describes Lost Dutchman Gold Mine of Arizona as being underwater from Mormon Mesa Dam in 1934. Letter signed: Roy A. Wykoff, Jr.
Collection contains letters to wife, Mary in Wisconsin concerning family affairs and his life as a miner in Colorado.
Letter mainly concerns purchase and delivery of corn. Regarding the Colorado gold rush, remarks that "Probably one hundred teams have returned from the Plains. The news from the mines is regarded as good." Sent in Hawke & Nuckolls printed envelope showing route map to "gold region, Cherry Cr.," Colo.
Collection contains transcripts of Garman's letters documenting his experiences in Colo. and Wyo. with the exploring expedition of J.W. Powell.
Two letter books of Richard A. Pomeroy, Georgetown, Colo. agent for the company. Also one letter book of agents Cyrus and William Mendenhall.
Letter signed by J. H. Emerson to editor of Denver Republican dated December 25, 1900, regarding statements made by T. A. Rickard about Stratton's Independence Mine.
Correspondences between Bryan V. Christie and Charles Dudley, Denver, Colo. Librarian concerning Pinkney W. Sublett, fur trader in Wyoming.
Collection contains a letter from Roosevelt, Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y., to Bryan; discusses electoral venality in commenting on Fitz-Mac's new book: Political portraits (1888).