Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Includes manuscripts written by Hoffman about mining history and Cripple Creek (Colo.), correspondence from publishers, handwritten notes, source materials and photographs of mining areas and abandoned mines presumably in the Cripple Creek area.
Notes, drafts and galley proofs for "Birds of Colorado" and "Pictorial Checklist of Colorado Birds".
Collection contains a manuscript with information on early artists in Colo., particularly MacHarg's aunt: Joanna MacHarg Palmer. Mrs. Palmer arrived Denver 1876, lived for a number of years in Idaho Springs where she improvised a kiln for firing painted china which she claimed to be the first in the state.
Collection contains a handwritten manuscript recounting Simpson's family history, childhood in Loveland, Colo., work with the United States Forest Service in Wyo. and Colo.
Collection contains handwritten, presentation copy of: Out where the West begins (1916); one autographed postcard and accompanying letter (1920).
Collection contains a typed manuscript: Among the Keys of Baldpate Inn by George Hutchins. Text describes the collection of keys sent to the inn from around the world.
Collection contains “From Kenya to Denver with Love”, A biography of Wanjiku Njuguna by Peggy W. Copeland.
The materials include: correspondence (n.d.); manuscript by Payne: "Ed's War: 1939-1945" (2006).
Collection contains reports and proceedings from the International Union for the Protection of Nature; manuscript of Wildlife Utilization of Man-made Aquatic Habitats / by E. Graham; proceedings of the Botanical Society of Western Pennsylvania (1921-1923).
Contains one box of research materials and manuscripts for Prairie Publishers' "Good Wyoming Stock" book, photographs, correspondence, and book lecture scripts and notes.
Collection contains photocopies of National Park Service reports: History of Dale Mining District, California (n.d.); Notes of an Interview with William H. McHaney (1933, 1952); Historical Notes on Joshua Tree National Monument (1954); typed unedited manuscript by Chappell entitled: The Baby Gage Railroad, The Pacific Coast Borax Company's Two Foot Gauge Ryan-Widow Mine Railroad (n.d.).
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 photographs (1942, n.d.); discharge papers (1945); clippings (1986-2007); copy of Goodwin's memoir: And gladly guide, reflections on a life in the mountains (2003); untitled manuscript (n.d.); interview transcript (2004).
Collection contains notes about Colorado Society for the Friendless, organized Oct. 22, 1903 to aid discharged or paroled prisoners. Also includes notes about the formation of Denver City Baseball Club League.
The collection includes family and condolence related correspondence (1943-1945); Kvam's military records and personal papers (1943-1946); photographs (n.d.); notes, papers, drafts and a copy of Kvam's biography: "My Brother Keith: A Remembrance" by Audrey Wendland (ca. 1998).
Anonymous ms. account in French concerning colonization and commercial development of French Louisiana. One theory attributes it to M. Hubert, commissioner general in Louisiana. Accompanied by an English translation, scholarly commentary, and information about donor, Edward L. Berthoud. Collection also available on microfilm (C MSS Mflm202).
Collection contains manuscripts; publicity; clippings; posters; photographs and negatives.
Collection contains a copy of Schwarzchild's unpublished autobiography: Without fear of infamy (n.d.); Senator Robert Dole correspondence (1996). German military uniform patches, German and Italian currency, safe conduct passes and receipts for surrendered soldiers, ephemera, letter transcripts, AMS map (1944-1945).
Collection contains a CD-Rom and printed copies of pages of: A Brief History Co. A 10th Mtn. Med. Bn. Jan 5th to May 2nd, 1945 written by members of Company A, 10th Medical Battalion including Mabery in 1945.
The narrative is a brief handwritten account of the construction of the Oligarchy (1866), Highland (n.d.) and the Rough and Ready (1869) irrigation ditches. The ditches were built to feed water from the St. Vrain creek at the mouth of the St. Vrain canyon near the town of Lyons, Colo. to farmland to the east. The ditch is approximately 20 miles long and empties water into Terry Lake, a reservoir located in the City of Longmont, Colo.
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 a facsimile of pages (p. 19-24) of an unidentified work written in German by Thomas Mann.
The collection contains a bound manuscript copy of Kimball's short story: "The Cousin-Jacks"; copies of "The Story of Hillside Cemetary" (from which "The Cousin-Jacks" story is based); lyrics for the song: "My San Juan Golden Girl."
Collection contains copy photographs and copy negatives of the town of Placerville, Colo.; Union Station, Denver, Colo.; town and train station at Creede, Colo.; Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs, Colo.; mining operations near Ophir, Colo.; train depot at Manitou Springs, Colo.; history of the people who lived in Placerville, Colo. (1914) possibly written by Florence M. Welbon.
Collection contains: chiefly manuscripts and typescripts of his Western stories and dramatizations. Titles include: The end of track, Pennies, Mojave, A saga of the border.
Collection contains a typed manuscript on the lives of various women who contributed to the settlement of the West. Includes small color print of Baby Doe Tabor painted by Cox.