Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a typescript, with handwritten corrections documenting Hayes' life as a doctor in Teller County, Colo. from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.
Collection contains a typescript "autobiography of B.M. Adams." Includes some family genealogy, his early years in Kentucky, and travel to Calif. 1850, before moving to Colo.
Collection contains autobiographical sketch and bibliography of Parmenter's published stories and books 1916-1929.
Typed biography (3 leaves) and autobiography (6 leaves); includes events in Loper's life from 1869-1907.
Collection contains copy of a manuscript documenting the story of Danish immigrant and butcher who became a leading Mont. cattleman.
Collection contains reminiscences in the form of a letter to family members. Tells about rugged pioneering days in Leadville, Colo. 1881-1882.
Collection contains a copy of Hamlin's autobiography. He talks about his childhood journey with family from South Carolina to a homestead in Missouri; also about his law and political career. Includes covering letter and appendix by son, Carl O. Hamlin.
Collection contains autobiographical material, especially his experiences with the Forest Service in Montana, 1916-1940.
Collection contains a scrapbook (chiefly newspaper clippings) and autobiographical material, including reminiscences of early years in Denver at Wolfe Hall.
Collection contains highlights of Mrs. Bernkopf's music education in Germany and work in various music clubs in Denver, Colo. Helped promote the Denver Symphony Orchestra through the Colorado Federation of Music Clubs.
The collection contains the following biographical materials: articles, clippings related to Stimson's career as a mortgage banker (1969-1970); "Operation Mule" by Gordon Stimson (n.d.); "Gordon Stimson: Autobiographical Notes and Letters" (1999); 68 color slides depicting Kiska, Adak, Attu and Dutch Habor in the Aleutian Island with numerous soldiers of the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment identified (n.d.).
Collection contains a 459 page typescript of Ensey's autobiography.
Collection contains text with some family background and talks specifically about Hitching's years as rector of St. John's Church in the Wilderness, Denver (1862 Dec. 2-1869 Jan. 17).
Collection contains: autobiographical sketch, which includes information about his father, Wyoming rancher William L. Kuykendall. Correspondence includes letter to Mr. Hadley, Librarian, Denver Public Library and letters from William F. Cody on Buffalo Bill's Wild West stationery.
The items in the collection include copies of Parker's memoirs (1947, 1950, 1951), extracts and biographical information from Parker's autobiography (1944-1991); correspondence with other veterans (1958-1994); ephemera (1944); military papers (1944, 1945, n.d.); color slides from Camp Hale, Colo. and Italy (1943-1945); photographs (n.d.).
Collection contains autobiography of Harrison and letter from Harrison, dated August 11, 1973.
Includes typed autobiography, poems, clippings, photographs, family tree, and copies of letters.
Collection contains two versions of Boyer's memoirs titled "Mowitza" (ca.1992). Information includes family chart for the Ware family, life on the Mowitza ranch, family and job histories.
Collection contains an account of life in the Silver Cliff, Colo. area. Includes story of a Cameron family and the murder of their son. Photograph of the author.
Collection contains a 13 page typescript of Boyd's memoir about his time with the 10th Mountain Division at Camp Hale and Camp Swift: "War Diary of a Mountain Engineer" (1998).
Collection contains a reminiscence of an "extra hand" on a wagon train between Westport, Mo. and Fort Wise, Colo. in 1861.
Collection includes correspondence describing the breakup of the 90th Infantry (1999), copy of Foil's autobiography: The Life and Times of Sidney L. Foil (2009).
Collection contains a 13 page, autobiographical sketch of Lyle's life: A little sketch of my life and genealogy so far as I know it; written at the request of my daughters (1928); envelope (1928).
Collection contains autobiographical information, notes by Charles Kelly, and advertisement for book: Tom McCarty's Own Story.
Collection contains personal sketch of Chamberlain's life to 1897 addressed to Rocky Mountain Historical Society.