University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains mainly correspondence (1851-1910) between members of the Post and Kilbourne families. The letters are between Morton Post and Amalia regarding the freighting business; from Amalia to Ann from Denver, Omaha, and Elk Horn City, Nebraska; from Annie Kilbourne to her mother while Annie was living in Cheyenne; and between Annie and Adrian Parshall. Parshall writes about his life in Custer City and Deadwood, South Dakota, and describes an 1879 fire in Deadwood. The collection also includes letters of recommendation to President Grover Cleveland in 1885 and 1886 that Post be appointed as governor of Wyoming Territory; newspaper clippings; and miscellaneous other materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains miscellaneous advertising materials for William Ainsworth & Sons; correspondence (1884-1922); a diary (1915); miscellaneous patents, contracts, legal agreements and stock certificates (1907-1933); a small plaque; and a Brunton Patent Pocket Mine Transit
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
This collection consists of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs Leferink kept throughout his flying career. It begins with his entry into World War I and stops once he sold the company. The scrapbook contains many news stories explaining how the company started, how it quickly expanded, and the people involved, from pilots to civic boosters, wanting air service in their communities
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains correspondence and other legal documents from attorney Joseph W. Clarke and from the Wells and Chiles law offices in Leadville, Colorado. Much of the material is from 1900 to 1930, and it concerns the ownership of small corporations and mining properties based in Lake County and Denver, Colorado
History Colorado
Non-profit organization to help homeless alcoholics
History Colorado
The Pure Foods Manufacturing Company manufactured imitation jams and jellies in Denver, Colorado. The company brands included Delicious and Family Favorite. The company, located at 2420 17th Street, was family owned and operated by the Fishback Family from 1916 to sometime after 1960. The company sold jams and jellies to numerous retail outlets, including the Colorado Supply Company, the Morey Mercantile Company, J.S. Brown Mercantile Company, and Safeway. The collection includes certificates and a credit card for Harmes C. Fishback, the company's president from 1925 to sometime prior to his death in 1970. Also included are accounting ledgers (1920-1946) that provide a comprehensive look at business operations and food labels for Delicious and Family Favorite jams
History Colorado
Contains a letterpress copybook
History Colorado
Contains correspondence, questionnaires, pamphlets, clippings, and audio recordings
History Colorado
Collection contains photocopy of a diary written by John L. Emerson, in which he recounts his experiences in Denver and Leadville, Colorado
History Colorado
This collection contains 44 photographs documenting the Denver Police Auxiliary for Civil Defense, circa 1941-1943. The photographs depict shooting ranges in Denver; aerial views of South Denver; group parties; formal group portraits; and weekly meetings and drills. People depicted in the photographs include Paul R. Peak (1894-1976) and Ray A. Shane (1899-1969), among many others. Many photographs were shot by Captain Paul R. Peak. Other photographs were shot by unidentified photographers

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