Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a brief paragraph on State of Colorado executive office stationery expressing Alva's belief that George Washington was correct in not serving a third term. Dated and signed: Alva Adams, February 13, 1897.
Collection contains autographs, verses, and greetings from friends and relatives, including W.H. James (Nebraska governor) and family.
Collection contains two presentation memorials to the family of Captain Eymann, Denver Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1, who was fatally injured while in the performance of his duty on October 21, 1904; both copies signed by Mayor Speer.
Collection contains a description and certification of School District No. 46 in Sedgwick County, Colo. Includes map with boundaries outlined. Signed: Elma O. Law, Co. Supt. of Sedgwick Co., Colo.
Collection contains autograph music scores by Dr. John H. Gower (A Christmas Thought, Melody for Viola, Simply Melody No.2), Dolce Grossmayer (Lullaby, Menuetto), and unidentified composer (Jarvis Hall, Song of 1894"); some scores dedicated to Thies; includes mourning card in honor of one of Fritz Thies Mercantile Co. employee, Mr. Reinhold Goette
Collection contains an album with signatures and addresses of representatives, senators, and other officials from the first session of the Colorado General Assembly.
Collection contains a handwritten; signed letter and biographical information to accompany portrait in the Denver Public Library portrait collection.
Collection contains a 4-line poem, first line "I stay my haste, I make delays" dated November 12, 1917.
Collection contains Kiteley's autograph album and includes poems, sayings, and notes from family, friends, and students in Pleasant Hill, Colorado.
Includes autographs of friends and classmates and program of graduation exercises for Denver High School, June 10, 1886.
Collection contains letters, receipts, other documents signed by persons prominent in Denver, Colo., and Western history. Colo. governors are well represented. Additions expected.
Collection contains an untitled manuscript version of de circonstance in three stanzas. Possibly addressed to Mrs. Mohlter, whose name appears on the verso. Signed: W.H.B.