Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 2 handwritten manuscripts: "Reminiscences of early Montclair" and untitled by Alice L. Ingersoll; includes information on St. Luke's Episcopal Church and Jarvis Hall, memories of Baron Von Richtofen, founder of Montclair, and Frank Spalding, later Episcopal Bishop of Utah.
Collection contains Hartman's memories of experiences in Gunnison, Colo. region during 1870s and 80s.
Collection contains a history of St. Luke's Episcopal Church (1934).
Collection contains a typescript with corrections of his book about historic structures in Central City and Black Hawk, Colorado.
Collection contains records of the Heritage committee: minutes, correspondence, project proposals; also some general materials of the commission.
Collection contains reports, newspaper clippings, excerpts from letters on history of the Denver (Colo.) Municipal Building, a.k.a. Denver City and County Building.
Collection contains a typescript of a speech: Lyons, the quarry town, given by Kingery before the Monday literary Club in March 1948; and cover letter.
Collection contains historical information and anecdotes about the building of the Teller House, Central City, Colo., compiled by Frank H. Owen and his mother, Mrs. N.D. Owen aka Sarah E. Wells.
Collection contains extracts (typescript) from an article about a red sandstone butte on the South Fork of Powder River, ten miles north of Salt Creek, Wyo. Named after the brothers Frank W. and George Freund, gunsmiths in Cheyenne, Wyo. 1860s and Denver, Colo. 1870s.
Research papers on various Colorado subjects: Flags over Jefferson County, Colorado (1950) -- Public health programs in Colorado [1946?] -- A toll road into South Park (1950) -- The Ute Indians [194-?].
Typescript copy of an anonymous historical sketch of Glenwood Springs, Colo. Accompanied by a letter verifying James M. Landis' claim filed 1882 on ranch land, later the site of Glenwood Springs.
Collection contains a paper on the history of First National Bank of Central City and its early president, Joseph A. Thatcher. Letter to Caroline Bancroft about Central City madam Ada Branch and one of her girls Cora Fish. Letter to Don Kemp about Glen Arbor Lodge near Empire, Colo. and Mayme Sturm.
Collection contains: "Jefferson and Park County memories" include biographical material about Colorado pioneers Ivy Kelso McGuire, Thomas Hamer, William A. Bonnifield, Matilda Ann Terril Provost. Also letters and reminiscences of her own childhood in Colo. One letter concerns grandfather D.C. Oakes and includes 4 family photographs.
Collection contains a historical sketch of the University of Denver and the social clubs of its faculty wives and women faculty. Two versions, mimeographed.
Collection contains copies of 21 papers read at meetings of the society. Emphasis on history of the Colorado Springs region.
"News items on various aspects of Golden and Jefferson County history compiled by Lookout Mountain Chapter of the D.A.R." Information compiled from the Golden Globe, 1873-1914.
Collection contains a scrapbook of the history of Larimer County, Colo. with newspaper clippings and other sources, illustrated with students' drawings.
Collection contains a history of southeastern Colorado agricultural community, Swink, Colorado. Situated on Arkansas River in Otero County and named after Rocky Ford pioneer, George W. Swink.
Text originally covered Jan. 2, 1872-June 4, 1950; addenda include changes to June 13, 1955.
History of the Jackson or Dry Creek ditch, Larimer County, Colo.
History of Koenig, Colorado, townsite, depot, and post office in Weld County. Also information about founder Mrs. Rudolph Koenig (Emma Schupbach Koenig) and the Koenig family.
Collection contains copies of records of a land claim association organized 1859 to register land variously described as in Nebraska, Jefferson, and Colorado territories--later Weld County, Colo.
Collection contains a descriptipon of the "Grand Buffalo Hunt" of 1871; organized in England to hunt buffalo in Nebraska and Colorado.
Collection contains transcripts of: "The Donovan Family Story" (1968), "The Hagus Family Story" (1964) by Lucille Hagus Imherr; transcripts contain reminiscences and genealogical information with additional historical information about Adams County, Colo. and also the military engagement at Beecher Island.
Collection contains a typed article about pioneer settlers in McCoy, Colo. Region homesteaded 1880s; town grew up ca. 1890.
Collection contains material on Red Rocks, an open-air theater near Denver, Colo. generated by Bernet: Colorado's incomparable heritage (1968; abridged version appeared in Denver Post Empire magazine, Aug. 4, 1968); script for illustrated lecture: The incomparable Red Rocks (1971; rewritten version appeared in Denver Westerners Brand book, v. 28, 1972).
Collection contains a description of the naming of several mountain peaks at Rocky Mountain National Park. Hallett was involved with this process during the 1880s.
Photocopy of history and correspondence. Repository of originals unknown. Peyton, an El Paso County farming town, was originally called Mayfield. Includes information on the naming of the town, names of prominent residents, organization of the school district, and the first general store and bank.
Collection contains typescript copies of articles written for the Pueblo Chieftain on history and rural life in eastern Colo., in particular Brandon and Kiowa County.