Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection1 itemCollection consists of one autograph album belonging to Benjamin H. Eaton, who served as Governor of Colorado from 1885-1887.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection.25 linear ft.Collection consists of thirteen documents, including military and financial documents, family records, and personal correspondence related to John E. Hill, a resident of western Iowa who served in the First Colorado Cavalry from 1861-1865.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection1 letter ;Collection consists of a single business letter from Alliing & Company to the Gillet Manufacturing Company. Alling & Company, a producer of hardware, iron, steel and miners' supplies, was located in Canon City and Ouray, Colorado.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Huffman, Harry E., 1883-1969.Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection3.75 linear ft. (3 cartons)Contains correspondence, business records, legal files, minutes, promotional materials, clippings, photographs, and a taped interviews.Contact InformationCatalog Record
First Congregational Church (Central City, Colo.)Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection1.25 linear ft. (1 oversize v.)Ledger book kept by James Burrell, the congregation's clerk from 1869-1874. Volume contains the confessions of faith; the church covenant; names of members, 1863-1876; records of baptisms; records of deaths; rules; minutes; clippings; and annual reports.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection10.25 linear ft. (7 cartons, 1 box, 1 oversize portfolio)Correspondence (1 item, 1955), pamphlets, manuals, newspaper clippings, drawings, and photos, relating to a system McQuaid devised for converting blueprints to three-dimensional drawings.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Colorado Historic Newspaper Collection1.25 linear ft. (1 carton)Correspondence, diary, handwritten poems, agreements and contracts, genealogy, political articles, printing business advertisements, programs, publications, and family photos, relating to Aronson, who owned a publishing company, started the newspaper Swedish Correspondent, was president of Swedish National Sanitorium, and an organizer of Scandinavian Democratic Club.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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