Colorado -- Description and travel.
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Photographic diary of life at the George's summer cabin "Lazycroft" at Ferndale, Colo. Includes excursions along South Platte River and on Colorado and Southern Railway.
Collection contains a scrapbooks with newspaper clippings about Denver and Colorado current events and history from the perspective of the early 1930s.
Short journal entries and memoranda handwritten in journal "compliments of First National Bank, Austin, Minn."; entries mention Colorado and Pikes Peak Region.
Letter to Strong from unidentified correspondent in Boulder, Colo. describes vacation trip in Colorado, with visits to Pueblo, Canon City, Royal Gorge, Salida, Sargents, White Pine, Leadville, Buena Vista, Denver. Written on Brainard's Hotel stationery.
Collection contains a 22 page autobiography describing a three-week trip to Colorado, May 25-June 15, 1964.
Typed excerpt from a diary written in September 1907, describing the writer's visit to Denver, Colorado, including several hospitals. Describes his train journey entering and leaving Colorado. Diary translated by the writer's daughter, "Glad", and sent to "Elsa" in August, 1985.
Collection contains a photocopy and transcript of a letter written March 11, 1972, recounting Bauer's trip to Colorado Spings, Pueblo, and Creede, Colo. in 1915.
Collection contains letters from Isabella L. Bird, Colo. to her sister Henrietta in Scotland concern her Colorado experiences.
The collection contains approximately 84 letters dated from 1881 to 1900 between Louise Lyman and her parents. There are also letters from a suitor of Louise Lyman: Robert W. Gilbert, a New York City lawyer. In letters from George C. Lyman to Louise Lyman, references are made to the Moffit Family, and the various mining towns visited by George C. Lyman during the course of his business dealings.
Diary describes travel from Norristown, Pa. and return Jan. 15-Apr. 16, 1877 through Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Edited by Richard A. Klynn for a history course at the University of Denver, 1967. Includes bibliography.
Journal of a vacation trip taken with relatives and friends from Southbridge, Mass. to Colorado summer 1879. Describes ascent of Pikes Peak and other sight-seeing excursions along the Front Range of Colorado. Includes a few newspaper clippings about Pikes Peak. Trip chiefly by rail; Pikes Peak climb by horseback, with final portion on foot. Transcription made of journal by donor, with interpolated dates.