Women -- West (U.S.)
Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Bill for goods purchased from Hunt's Hygrade Store. The collection contains material from October 1, 1914 created by Hugh Brown.
Mildred Breedlove was appointed Nevada poet laureate in 1957 and 1959 and was active in the Las Vegas Branch of National Pen Women. She organized the Nevada State Poetry Society in 1961. Included are correspondence, Breedlove's published and unpublished poetry, clippings, awards, certificates, photographs, scrapbook of published poems, and portrait painted in oils. Material between 1945-2000.
Largely contains material related to the public offices for which Cafferata has run and those to which she was elected, and papers related to her personal interests such as Doctors' Wives of Washoe County. Two issues evident in these papers are drunk driving legislation and hazardous waste disposal.
Letter to G. W.'s brother C. C. (Billy) Cassidy at Dutch Flat, California, regarding his travels; news of acquaintances; and about Bart Powell's sister, now in Austin, Nevada, who was banished from Missouri for the treasonable act of conveying "Rebel dispatches."
Copy of District Court transcript of murder trial and confession of Millian who was accused of murdering prostitute Julia Bulette in Virginia City, Nevada. Includes charges, plea, testimony, and judgement.
Letters from Jack in Bishop to his soon-to-be bride in Las Vegas, Nevada, 1921, and a blank stock certificate for the Hercules Wonder Mining Company in Goldfield, Nevada, undated
Harry (1904-1990) and Joan Deeley (1914-1991) Drackert owned and operated the Pyramid Lake Guest Ranch, the Donner Trails, Guest Ranch, the Silver Circle Guest Ranch, and Indian Territory, Inc. store). The collection consists of records and papers of the Drackert's three guest ranches and their store as well as papers of Harry Drackert's parents, Charles E. and Alice Richtmyer Drackert.
Autobiographical essay submitted to a contest describes the author's early life in Gold Hill and Comstock Lode regions. The collection contains material from 1952 created by Fitzgerald, L.