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William S. Jackson Papers, Parts 1-4
Note: this finding aid was substantially updated in 2004.
For transcriptions of some of the HHJ-related correspondence, see www2.coloradocollege.edu/library/SpecialCollections/Manuscript/HHJtranscriptions.html

Part 1, Ms 0235, 61 boxes
Part 2, Ms 0241, 17 boxes
Part 3, Ms 0284, 4 boxes
Part 4, Ms 0365, 1 box


William S. Jackson Papers, Part 1, Ms 0235
Finding aid created by Judith K. Jordet, 1986

Biography of William S. Jackson, Sr.
Chronology of William S. Jackson, Sr.
Chronology of William S. Jackson, Jr.
Scope and Contents note
Inventory
I. PERSONAL AND FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE
A. Family correspondence
B. Correspondence, Helen B. and W.S. Jackson
C. Correspondence, personal non-family
II. NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT HELEN HUNT & FAMILY
III. BUSINESS PAPERS CONCERNING HELEN HUNT AND HELEN BANFIELD
A. Helen Hunt's finances
B. Estate of Helen Banfield
C. Papers about Helen Hunt's publications
IV. WILLIAM S. JACKSON BUSINESS PAPERS (topical arrangement)
A. Denver & Rio Grande Railroad
B. Stock Broker Papers
C. Mexican National Railway
D. Mining Information
V. W.S. JACKSON BUSINESS PAPERS (chronological arrangement)
A. 1868-1881 April
B. May 1881-1890
C. 1891-1918
VI. BUSINESS RECORDS
VII. HOUSEHOLD PAPERS
A. Helen Hunt Jackson receipts 1874-1885
B. Domestic receipts 1846-1911
VIII. CANCELLED CHECKS, CHECKBOOKS
A. Helen Hunt cancelled checks 1875-1885
B. Helen Banfield cancelled checks 1886-1898
C. W.S. Jackson cancelled checks 1889-1919
IX. COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
A. Board of Education
B. Community Chest
X. COLORADO COLLEGE PAPERS
A. Chronological arrangement (1877-1881)
B. Colorado College Publications
C. Administration Reports
XI. OVERSIZE BOXES
A. Colorado College related 1889-1973
B. Full size newspapers 1859-1980
C. WSJ related oversize items 1884-1913


Biography of William S. Jackson, Senior

William Sharpless Jackson, Sr. was born near Kennett Square, Chester County, Pennsylvania, January 16, 1836, son of Caleb S. Jackson, a Pennsylvania farmer, and Mary Ann Gause. Josiah and Mary (Sharpless) Jackson were the grandparents of William S. Jackson, Sr. William S. Jackson, Sr. received his education at the Greenwood Dell and Eaton academies in Chester county. He served an apprenticeship at the machinist's trade in Wilmington, Delaware, later becoming confidential clerk for the firm with whom he learned his trade. For six years he engaged in the car building and lumber trade at Latrobe, Pa., after which he accepted the post of local treasurer of the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad Co. at Duluth, Minn. He held the latter position for one year.

Jackson became secretary and treasurer of the Denver & Rio Grande Railway Co., organized in 1870 under the leadership of General William Jackson Palmer, who was its first president. Shortly thereafter he moved to Colorado Springs, where he took part in the founding of that city, being one of the officers of the two original townsite companies. He and his sister Margaret (an Oberlin graduate) were on the first train to reach Colorado Springs from Denver over the newly constructed Denver & Rio Grande Railway. The executive offices of the Denver & Rio Grande were for a while located at Colorado Springs. He later became executive vice-president of the road. In 1876 he resigned from all official connections with the company.

Meanwhile, in 1873, W.S. Jackson, Sr. had turned his attention to banking. In partnership with three others, Jackson founded the El Paso County Bank in Colorado Springs, a private bank. By the time he resigned from the railway company he had bought out one of the partners and acquired a majority interest in the remaining partnership. He remained the head of the bank until the end of the century, when it was reorganized as a national bank known as the El Paso National Bank. At that time he sold the control but remained as president until his retirement from all active business in 1911 at the age of 75. In 1884, he participated in the founding of the Denver National Bank. As one of the original directors, he served continuously until his resignation in 1911. He was also one of the founders and original directors of the International Trust Company of Denver in 1891.

Jackson resumed his earlier activities in the railroad field when on July 12, 1884, the United States District Court of Colorado appointed him receiver of the Denver & Rio Grande Railway Company at the request of a majority of the bond holders. He served as such for two years. He then became president of the new company resulting from the reorganization. He resigned as both president and director in May 1887.

He was a co-trustee of the Mexican National Railway at the time of its construction. He also was trustee of the Silverton Railroad, one of the railroads promoted by Otto Mears in San Juan County in southwestern Colorado.

Jackson was interested in a number of mining enterprises in the Rocky Mountain area and was president of the Elkton Mining Company at the time when it was one of the large producing gold mines of the Cripple Creek District. He was one of the organizers and officers of the El Paso Electric Company, the original company to supply electricity to Colorado Springs. At one time he was part owner of the Colorado Springs Gazette, the earliest newspaper in Colorado Springs. He was a member of the first school board in Colorado Springs, organized in 1872, and served as its first treasurer. In 1874, the year his term on the school board expired, he became one of the incorporators and trustees of Colorado College. He served continuously on the board until 1917, except during the years 1880 to 1888.

In politics Jackson was a Republican, and in 1879, with the support of various counties of the state, his name was before the state legislature as a candidate for United States Senator. However, Senator Nathaniel P. Hill, of Denver, was finally elected. In religion his affiliation was with the Society of Friends. Colorado College conferred upon him the honorary degree of LL.D. in 1910.

He was married twice. In Wolfeboro, N. H., October 28, 1875, he married Helen Fiske, daughter of Prof. Nathan W. Fiske of Amherst College, Massachusetts. She was the widow of Major Edward B. Hunt of the U.S. Army and as an author has since became known as H.H. and Helen Hunt Jackson. She died in 1885.

In Poughkeepsie, N. Y., March 1, 1888, Jackson married Helen Fiske Banfield, daughter of Everett Colby Banfield and Anne Fiske Banfield and niece of Helen Hunt Jackson. Helen Banfield's mother, Anne Fiske Banfield, was a sister of the first Mrs. Jackson. By this marriage Jackson had seven children: William Sharpless, Helen, Everett Banfield, Roland (who was killed in action in France June 6, 1918 while serving as 2nd Lieut., Co. G, 30th U.S. Infantry and whose biography appears in the Memoirs of the Harvard War Dead), Dr. Edith Banfield, Gardner, and Margaret Beverly. He was an uncle to Dugald C. Jackson, William B. Jackson, and Paul D. Cravath. Helen Banfield Jackson died in Oct. 1899. William S. Jackson Sr. died in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 4, 1919.


Chronology of William S. Jackson, Sr. (1836-1919)

Jan. 16, 1836 Born in Chester County, Pennsylvania
1871 Moved to Denver, then Colorado Springs; elected Vice President of D&RG Railroad
1873 Founded El Paso County Bank (later the First National Bank of Colorado Springs)
1875 Married Helen Hunt
1874-1880, 1887-1917 Trustee of Colorado College
1884 Founded Denver National Bank
Aug. 1885 Helen Hunt Jackson died
1888 Married Helen Fiske Banfield
Oct. 1899 Helen Banfield Jackson died
1910 Received honorary degree from Colorado College
June 4, 1919 Died

Children:
William S. Jackson (1889-1981)
Helen Jackson (b.1890)
Everett Banfield Jackson (1891-1924)
Roland Jackson (1893-1918)
Dr. Edith Banfield Jackson (1895-1977)
Gardner Jackson (1897-1965)
Margaret Jackson (b. 1898; died at age 9 months)


Chronology of William S. Jackson, Jr. (1889-1981)

March 22, 1889 Born in Colorado Springs
1906 Graduated Cutler Academy
1906-1907 Attended Colorado College
1911 B.A. Harvard
1915 Denver University Law School
1915-1942 Practiced law in Colorado Springs
1915-1919 Agent for U.S. Dept. of Justice
1917-1918 U.S. State Dept. passport control officer for Southern Colorado; married Jean Rhea O'Donnel
1919 William S. Jackson, Sr. dies
1922-1952 Trustee of Colorado Springs Public Library Board
1925-1958 Trustee of Colorado College
1932-1942 Director of First National Bank of Colorado Springs
1934 President of El Paso County Bar Association
1935 President of Colorado Bar Association
1942 Appointed to Colorado Supreme Court
Oct. 25, 1946 Married Margaret Woodbridge
1951-1953 Chief Justice of Colorado Supreme Court

Director: Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce (4 years)
Denver Legal Aid Society (10 years)
Colorado Historical Society (1943-1965)
Chairman: El Paso County Medical Society
President: Board of Directors, Harvard University
Trustee: Webb-Waring Institute for Medical Research (formerly Colorado Foundation for Research in Tuberculosis located at Colorado College) ( -1972)


Scope and content, William S. Jackson Papers, Part 1, Ms 0235

Ms 0235 consists of business papers, personal and family correspondence, and Colorado College papers. The inclusive dates are 1842-1978, but the bulk of the collection is from 1871-1919. The collection includes written correspondence, telegrams, newspaper clippings, business ledger sheets, receipts, cancelled checks and checkbooks, and reports.

Most of the materials concern the business dealings of W.S. Jackson, Sr., from 1871-1919. The major business categories are railroads, mining, the stock market, timber, and water. There are letters from Helen Hunt and Helen Banfield to W.S. Jackson, and also their household receipts, cancelled checks and checkbooks. The Colorado College materials provide an overview of the college from the viewpoint of two trustees, W.S. Jackson, Sr. (1874-1917) and W.S. Jackson, Jr. (1925-1958).

The original order of the collection was maintained in order to preserve associations between documents.

Inventory, William S. Jackson Papers, Part 1, Ms 0235

I. PERSONAL AND FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE

Box 1 (Fds 1-11)

Family correspondence (Fds 1-11)

Fd 1: 1842-1846 (typed transcription done in 1931 of Letter Book 1 in the Helen Hunt Jackson Papers, Part 1, Ms 0020, Box 2. Along with the transcription are four typed pages of material not found elsewhere.) 20 items
Fd 2: 1863-1867 23 items
Fd 3: 1868-1869 34 items
Fd 4: 1876-1879 17 items
Fd 5: 1880-1885 30 items
Fd 6: 1886 17 items
Fd 7: 1874-1884 WSJ and HHJ ("Peggy") 23 items
Fd 8: 1875 WSJ and HHJ 9 items
Fd 9: 1880 WSJ and HHJ 27 items
Fd 10: 1887-1904 31 items
Fd 11: 1905-1918 23 items


Box 2 (Fds 12-22)

Correspondence, Helen B. and W.S. Jackson (Fds 12-17)

Fd 12: 1884-1885 materials related to Helen Hunt's death, including newspaper notice and letter to Helen Banfield telling of HHJ's wish to be buried on Cheyenne Mt. 38 items
Fd 13: 1886 Jan.-May 35 items
Fd 14: 1886 June-Dec. 45 items
Fd 15: 1887 Jan.-Oct. 29 items
Fd 16: 1887 Nov.-Dec. 18 items
Fd 17: 1888 33 items

Correspondence, personal, non-family (Fds 18-26)

Fd 18: 1863-1867 27 items
Fd 19: 1868-1880 39 items
Fd 20: 1881-1888 37 items
Fd 21: 1899 Concerning Helen Banfield's death 69 items
Fd 22: 1899-1900 38 items


Box 3 (Fds 23-39)

Fd 23: Requests for information about Helen Hunt Jackson 1886-1944 22 items
Fd 24: 1896-1919 17 items
Fd 25: 1918 Concerning Roland Jackson's death 22 items
Fd 26: Fragments and irregularly sized letters; list of letters from "WSJ to BJ" 1886-1888; list of letters from "WSJ to Miss Helen Hunt" 1875-1899 18 items


II. NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ABOUT HELEN HUNT AND FAMILY (Fds 27-29)

Fd 27: 1860-1869 Capt. E.B. Hunt 7 items
Fd 28: 1859-1937 10 items
Fd 29: 1938-1980 12 items


III. BUSINESS PAPERS CONCERNING HELEN HUNT AND HELEN BANFIELD (Fds 30-39)

Helen Hunt's finances

Fd 30: 1874-1878 20 items

Estate of Helen Banfield (Fds 31-39)

Fd 31: 1881-1886 41 items
Fd 32: 1888-1900 22 items
Fd 33: 1887-1889 Helen Banfield and C.H. Fiske 21 items
Fd 34: 1890-1899 Helen Banfield and C.H. Fiske 32 items
Fd 35: 1886-1889 Helen Banfield and N.F. Banfield 27 items
Fd 36: 1891-1892 C.H. Fiske and N.F. Banfield 25 items
Fd 37: 1893-1894 C.H. Fiske and N.F. Banfield 12 items
Fd 38: 1895-1896 C.H. Fiske and N.F. Banfield 20 items
Fd 39: 1897-1900 C.H. Fiske and N.F. Banfield 19 items


Box 4 (Fds 40-52)

Papers about Helen Hunt Jackson's publications (Fds 40-52)

Fd 40: 1902-1914 Little Brown & Co.
Fd 41: 1901-1920 Ramona
Fd 42: New England Trust Co. 1920-1937
Fd 43: 1925-1934 Helen Hunt biographies, thesis articles
Fd 44: 1928-1930 Royalties
Fd 45: 1931-1935 Accounts, royalty statements
Fd 46: 1936-1937
Fd 47: 1938
Fd 48: 1939-1940
Fd 49: Blue Network Radio Broadcast about H.H. 1940-1944
Fd 50: 1941-1948
Fd 51: 1949-1959
Fd 52: "Duplicates of Estate correspondence" 1925-1940, 1946-1952

IV. W.S. JACKSON BUSINESS PAPERS (topical arrangement, Boxes 5 - 21)

Box 5 (Fds 1-15)

Fds 1-15: J.P. Morgan 1897-1920

Box 6 (Fds 16-29)

Fd 16: John C. Delana 1906-1918
Fd 17: Chase National Bank 1899
Fd 18: Charles F. Caswell 1885-1907
Fd 19: Caribbean Development Co.; Suit against E.L. & H.R. Gumaer 1902-1912
Fd 20: Thomas Brennan 1902-1907
Fd 21: S.S. Bernard (Elkton Consolidated M & M Co.); J.A. Heimbaugh (Jachim Park, La Junta)
1903-1915
Fd 22: H.P. Barbour 1893-1901
Fd 23: J.A. Adams & Co. 1902-1910
Fd 24: Boise, Idaho; H. Adams; N.E. Pierce & Co. 1903-1915
Fd 25: Russell Gates Mercantile Co. 1902-1911
Fd 26: Fountain Valley Land & Irrigation Co. 1905-1912
Fd 27: Dutch Guiana Gold Co. 1906-1909
Fd 28: Blue Bird Gold Mine 1908-1910
Fd 29: Hundley Brothers Dry Goods 1905-1911

Box 7 (Fds 30-49)

Fd 30: Holy Cross Properties 1900-1912
Fd 31: George W. Hinkle 1904-1912
Fd 32: El Paso National Bank 1901-1911
Fd 33: Hayden, Stone & Co. 1910-1917
Fd 34: D.W. McLeod 1908-1911
Fd 35: Cedar Edge Orchard Co. (G.W. Bartholomew); H.C. Gill; H. Hospitalier 1903-1919
Fd 36: Lunt, Brooks and Wilcox 1901-1909
Fd 37: Mendenhall and Hoopes Duluth Property 1895-1909 (see Oversize Box 61 for map)
Fd 38: Johnson & Wilbur Mercantile Co. 1899-1905
Fd 39: M.A. Otis & Co. 1904-1909
Fd 40: C.M. Swank (J.R. McKinnie, E.C. Sharer); C.S. Wallace 1902-1911
Fd 41: Two Debtors 1904-1915; H. Mahncke (Pennell Lumber & Manufacturing Co.); C.C. Miller (Martha J. Dickenson)
Fd 42: New York Life Insurance 1888-1903
Fd 43: S.V. Moninger 1910-1916
Fd 44: W.A. Clements "Attachment Matter" 1906
Fd 45: House List of Securities; Will of W.S. Jackson Sr. 07/06/1906; Utah Sand Assoc. Pool; List of notes 06/29/1907, 06/03/1910; List of Bonds 07/03/1908; List of Purchases at Salt Lake (H.B. Scott); Securities in safe 06/22/1904; El Paso National Bank ledger sheets 1905-1908; Fire insurance policy 1887-1911
Fd 46: E.A. Rollins and Sons 1905-1910
Fd 47: J.A. Porter 1904-1908
Fd 48: Ivory Phillips 1891-1910
Fd 49: R.E. Perkins (from Fountain) 1892-1903


Box 8 (Fds 50-63)

Fd 50: G.W. Sadler 1910-1911
Fd 51: W.B. Van Orden (Isabella Mines); C.H. Whitelaw 1904-1913
Fd 52: C.H. White 1902-1914
Fd 53: Teller County Mining Supply Co.; Woods Investment Co. 1893-1903
Fd 54: Teller County Mining Supply Co.; Woods Investment Co. 1904-1907
Fd 55: H. Wilcox and Son 1915-1917
Fd 56: Timberland Bonds; E.H. Rollins & Sons; Letrude Retina; L.C. Perkins; Pearl Rowley Ranch; Herriot Ranch 1911-1913
Fd 57: Gold King Mining Co.; El Paso County Abstract Co.; Mendote Mining Co.; Mines Development Co. of Nevada; List of notes held by W.S. Jackson; Indemnity bond William Jackson/W.S. Jackson; H.H. Russell; Bond: H.C. Joy/H.B. Maloney to W.S. Jackson; El Paso Abstract & Title Co.; Harvey Spalding & Sons; A.M. Baker, stockbroker; Minnisota Loan & Trust Co.; Polaris Lode in Cripple Creek Mining District; Affidavit of Labor-Blue Danube Lode; Map of Colorado and Arkansas Valley 1907; C.H. Jackson 1883-1915
Fd 58: W.P. Bonright; R.W. Chisholm (Colorado Investment & Realty Co.); W.P. Kinney (Colo. Spgs. Mining Stock Assoc.); Golden Eagle M & M Co.; C. Mellor; J.W. Graham (W.B. Morrison); W.R. Waterton (Colo. Title & Trust Co.); R.E. Heizer; C. Mellen; Boynton & Mullen; J.B. Lazear 1902-1911
Fd 59: Spencer Trask and Co.; Selma, Rome & Dalton Railroad Co. 1879-1914
Fd 60: Channing Sweet; B.T. Napier 1883-1914
Fd 61: W.A. Braiden; Keystone Mining & Milling Co. 1901-1914
Fd 62: Western National Bank 1902-1911
Fd 63: Deeds: 1907; Divide Land & Investment Co.; Beaver Land & Irrigation Co.

Box 9 (Fds 64-73)

Fds 64-66: Shove, Aldrich & Co. 1893-1912
Fds 67-70: Kinzua Lumber Co.; Wallowa Timber Co. 1905-1917
Fds 69-70: Chautaugua Lumber Co. 1910-1917
Fds 71-73: Spearfish Gold Mining & Reduction Co. 1901-1906

Box 10 (Fds 74-82)

Fd 74: Elk Mt. Ranch 1909-1912
Fd 75: Trust companies 1890-1913
Fd 76: Township maps; Huerfano and Las Animas Counties; Mine information; Lists of landowners 1874-1907
Fd 77: Johnson & Wilbur Mercantile Co. Papers and proceedings 1897-1899
Fd 78: "Government Warranty Deeds issued to veterans for land rights" and maps 1872-1880
Fd 79: Pueblo Chieftain May 3 & 5, 1887; Colo. Spgs. Gazette May 3, 1887
Map of "Ranch" (H.B. Fursman); Release of Deed of Trust (May J. Williams); Ledger August 1885 "Labor & Material on Pay Roll"; N.I. Elliott 1885-1910
Fd 80: W.A. Bell; R.F. Weitbrec; A.J. Bean; S.N. Wood; R.H. Lamborn 1877-1885
Fd 81: Abstracts, titles and bonds (information covers 1871-1909)
Fd 82: South Pueblo Dining Station; St. Paul, Minn. & Manitoba Railway Co.; Pittsburg, Titusville, & Buffalo R.R. Co.; A.M. Morrison & Co.; J.H. Barlow; C.H. Jackson; Jno. M. Waldron; M.D. Thatcher 1879-1880

Box 11 (Fds 83-91)

Fd 83: Declarations of Trust; Trinidad Pool 1875-1877

Denver & Rio Grande R.R. 1872-1888 (1922) (Fds 84-91)

Fds 84-86: Denver & Rio Grande R.R.; Trinidad Pool 1872-1880
Fd 87: Rio Grande Extension Co. 1881
Fd 88: Denver & Rio Grande R.R.; Durango Trust 1884
Fds 89-91: Denver & Rio Grande R.R. 1885-1888,(1922)

Stockbrokers (Fds 92-116)

Box 12 (Fds 92-102)

Fd 92: Telegraph codes for stock transactions ca.1880
Fds 93-95: Robert Stuyvesant 1879-1882
Fds 96-99: Hamilton Brothers 1885-1889
Fds 100-102: Soutter & Co. 1880-1881

Box 13 (Fds 103-111)

Fds 103-106: Soutter & Co. 1882-1886
Fds 107-111: Drexel Morgan & Co. 1880-1883

Box 14 (Fds 112-123)

Fds 112-116: Drexel Morgan & Co. 1884-1893 (including reference to Mexican National Railway)
Fds 117-118: Denver National Bank 1902-1963
Fd 119: D. Hood; Greeley Tribune Oct.13,1876; "Countess"; W.A. Bell; E.A. Egleston; W.L. Chandler; J.H. Coates & Co.; E.M. Evans; Att. Gen. Office Massachusetts; Alexander; The Mercantile Agency; S. Bowles; A.J. Biggs; S.H. Baker; C.H. Jackson; W.R. Spinney; Putman & Earle; S.E. Neiler; Mendenhall 1875-1881
Fd 120: A.C. Hunt; C.S. Hinchman 1871-1872
Fd 121: A.C. Hunt 1873
Fd 122: J.T. Gardner; A.C. Hunt; C.S. Hinchman; M.B. Callett; C.H. Jackson; "Miller"; A. Gray; C. Walker; W.S. Auchincloss 1874-1876
Fd 123: C.B. Lamborn; R.H. Lamborn; J.H. Kerr; H. Leinbach; S.N. Wood; J.E. Thomson 1871-1876

Box 15 (Fds 124-140)

Fd 124: W.J. Palmer 1872-1875
Fd 125: L. Mendenhall; D.E. Parks; H. McAllister, Jr. (Colo. Spgs. Company); W.J. Palmer; L.C. Thorne (Parrish case) 1876-1880
Fd 126: W.J. Palmer 1879-1909
Fd 127: J.S. Reef; C.F. Stevens; J.S. Wolfe; R.F. Weitbrec; C. Walker; L.M. Sanders; H. Schuyler;
W. Teller; H.A.T.; C.S. Hinchman; B.F. Rockafellow (Power of Attorney); R.N. Clark (Virginia Mining Co. of Rosita); B.F. Woodward; M. Kingsley; E.B. Russell; W.F. Stone; R.B. Wallace 1874-1876
Fd 128: Power of Attorney; Bonds; Chattel mortgages; Lamborn; Fire insurance policy; Section map-undated (on D. & R.G. stationery); Statement of Tax, Dec. 1876 1871-1876

Fd 129: 1886-1887
J.K. Brewster (Colorado Coal & Iron Co.); A. Adams; Moffat; Committee of the Citizens of Pueblo; R.C. Bloomfield; S. Bamberger (San Pete Valley Railway Co.); V. Botter; J.H. Woodelton (Bank of Colo. Nat.); E.P. Wright (State National Bank of Denver); Fran J. Bass; W.A. Bell; Mrs. W.H. Buchtel

Fd 130: 1887
G.W. Clayton; J. Caldwell (Philadelphia Co.); C. Dingee; Campbell & McIntyre; A.A. Denman; C.W. Drake (Union Contract Co.); N.C. Miller (Cameron Iron & Coal Co.); G.S. Carter; W. Harrison

Fd 131: 1887
W.C. Gulliver; J.F. Furguson; J. Harvey; W.J. Hancock; J.R. Hanna; J.J. Hagerman (Glenwood Water Supply)

Fd 132: 1881-1886, C.H. Jackson
Fd 133: 1887, C.H. Jackson

Fd 134: 1886-1887
L. Mendenhall; C.B. Lamborn; R.H. Lamborn; C.S. Hinchman; J.M. Jardino; Kiernan's News Agency; W. Lennox; R.F. Woodworth; J. McNeil; M.D. Mix; J. Maitland, Phelps & Co.; Mendenhall & Haines; H.L. Eyler; R.F. Weitbrec; Mary F. Mechling (handwriting illegible); H. Jones; S.K. Hooper; F.B. Hill and A.A. Stewart; W.W. Neills; Claria G. Mitchell

Fd 135: 1886-1887
J.A. Porter; T.M.S. Rhett; C.A. Runkle; Pantaleoni; W.J. Palmer; Nattie Palmer; Matilda J. Palmer; G. Carstaleany (handwriting illegible) ; Campbell & McIntyre; Caroline W. Romney

Fd 136: 1886-1887
W.W. Strait & C.B. Strait; C. Sweet (El Paso County Bank/Glennwood Hotel); H.A.W. Tabor; G.A. Triplett ; J.S. Stewart; J.W. Henry; C. Thurton; F. Monroe; R.B. Taylor; Jammie Sullivan; H. Snyder

Fd 137: 1886-1887
C.M. Williams; C.H. White, 1887 (El Paso County Bank); E.O. Walcott; H. Le B. Wills; R.F. Weitbrec; F. Wakeman; S.D. Wyman ; J.M. Waldron; J.H. Walters; W. Waper (handwriting illegible)

Fd 138: 1885-1896
E.F. Bishop; J.H. Barlow; W.A. Bell; J.K. Brewster; Map of Denver's Capital Hill district; El Paso County Abstract Co.; Mrs. Bass; H. Belden; H.G. Bond; B.F.W. Adams; B.P. Anderson; Brady (handwriting illegible); S.L. Ulbright; W.G. Bairel; G.W. Barnhart; G.P. Bisell & Co.; G.S. Barns; J.C. Butler; Bradstreet Co.; G.M. Booth; C.W. Drake

Fd 139: 1885-May 1886
A.A. Denman; D.F. Day; W.L. Carter; S. Dickson; C.B. Coe; A.H. Danforth; J.C. Cross; E.M. Cravath; L.K. Bass; D.M.D. Coster; ; Fd 140: June-Dec. 1886; D.F. Day; S.L. Dickson; A. Sweeny; A.A. Denman; J.A. Chain; J. Caldwell; H. Wolcott; R.N. Clark; T.M. Darin; A.P. Davis; H.P. Chevers; H.J. Cote; W.S. Carter

Box 16 (Fds 141-157)

Fd 141: 1885-1886
C. Ettinger; El Paso County Bank; C.H. Fiske; Map of Aspen townsite (refers to Moffat on deed); Katherine L. Hadell; D.H. McDaneld & Co.; F.W. Fawler; J.B. Gregg; S.M. Finley; "Ed" [Smith]; H.F. Gillig; H.B. Gillespie; E.A. Greenwood; C.B. Lamborn; J. Harvey

Fd 142: 1885-1886
E.S. Joslyn; J. Jerome; G. Coppell; W. Jenkins; Mrs. J. Hull; O.P. Walkins (handwriting illegible); G.H. Jefferay; W.H. Hougland

Fd 143: 1885-1886
S. Lesem; B. Mattice; C.B. Lamborn (Northern Pacific R.R.); R.H. Lamborn; Union Pacific Railway Co.; C.B. McVay; Annie H. McVay; A.C. McClurg & Co.; Manitou Mineral Water Bath & Park Co.; G.N. Marden; F.L.C. Martin; C.H. White; W.L. King

Fd 144: 1885-1886
L. Mendenhall; Mendenhall & Haines ; W.W. Nevin; E. Mellor; T. Niles

Fd 145: 1886-1887
G. Parsons; H.I. Reid; C.W. Romney; H.J. Price; A.T. Rowand; J. Reynolds; Edith L. Perkins; H.G. Pickering; J.A. Porter; M.P. Pels

Fd 146: 1886
J.F. Seldomridge & Son; A.P. Turner & Co.; C. Sweet (El Paso County Bank/Glennwood Hotel); C.P. Schuyler; E.H. Saltiel; G.A. Triplett; B.W. Steele; J. Mowbridge (handwriting illegible); S. Tribault (handwriting illegible); R.F.W[eitbrec]; C.H. Fall; A. Saunders; W.M. Spackman; Julian & Katie Sturtevant; R. Sopris; St. Mary's Academy

Fd 147: 1885-1886
R.F. Weitbrec; J.H. Watkins; C.H. White (El Paso County Bank); H.R. Wolcott; H.A. Wagner; Sarah Woolsey; Mrs. D. Russ Wood; J.J. Wingert; W.F. Wilder; Wells Fargo

Fd 148: 1877-1884, Colorado Coal & Iron Co.

Fd 149: 1879-1897
Little Pittsburgh Consolidated Mining 1879-1882; Western Union Telegraph 1883; National Land & Improvement Co. 1886; Takoma Copper Mining Co.(map) 1880; Isaac Jackson 1897

Fd 150: 1889-1907
Burlington & Northern R.R.; Denver & Rio Grande R.R. 1922; Trinidad Pool papers; Southern Development Co.; U.S. Long Distance Telephone & Telegraph Co.; R.H. Lamborn (Colorado Coal & Iron Co.); C.S. & Cripple Creek District Railway Co.; D.C. Dodge; J.H. Bennett

Fd 151: 1882
Burlington and Missouri River R.R.; C.P. Huntington (Southern Pacific R.R.); C.H. Fiske; Moore & Carlile; W. Hinchman (Suit against Pueblo); L.M. Sperry; G.H. Parsons (National Land & Improvement Co.)

Fd 152: 1882
Northern Pacific R.R. Co.; Denver & New Orleans R.R. Co.; W.J. Palmer ; J. Mouat; R.H. Lamborn; C.B. Lamborn ; J.M. Waldron; C.W. Drake; W. Wagner; J.P. Jones; L.K. Bass; D.C. Dodge; W.W. Hastings

Fd 153: 1883
W.J. Palmer ; C.B. Lamborn; L.K. Bass; W.M. Spackman; G.B. Dodge; D.C. Dodge; C.E. Hill; G.H. Lewis; W.A. Bell; W. Hinchman

Fd 154: 1883
D. Parrish; C.G. Meeker; R.H. Lamborn; J.H. Barlow; C.H. White

Fd 155: 1884
G.H. Parsons (Manitou Mineral Bath & Water Co.); H.D. Fisher (Manitou Park); E.O. Wolcott; J.A. McMurtrie; J.M. Waldron; D.C. Dodge

Fd 156: 1881
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R.R.; Missouri Pacific Railway Co.; Map (Durango); Robinson Mining Co.; San Luis Valley; D.M. Rollins

Fd 157: 1878-1883
Denver & Rio Grande R.R.; (extension to Leadville & Santa Fe); Central Colorado Improvement Co.; Kansas Pacific R.R. 1878; Southern Colorado Coal & Town Co.; C.H. Fiske; J.M. Ellison; R.F.W. [Weitbrec]; H.A. Risley (Colo.Spgs. Investment & Improvement); D.C. Dodge; W. Hinchman; Donaldson & Fraley; C.B. Lamborn; W. Wagner; J.K. Brewster

Box 17 (Fds 158-169)

Fd 158-161: 1876-1881, Yankee Doodle Mine

Fd 162-167: 1891-1915, W.A. Simpson - Real Estate and Loan Broker (tax forms)

Fd 168: 1900-1907 Grand Valley Irrigation (Grand Junction, Colorado)

Fd 169: Tribe and Jefferay 1880

Box 18 (Fds 170-181)

Fd 170: 1895-1910
Attorneys Perkins and McParlin ; Proposals on U.S. Currency (to London) 1897 ; "Rise and Fall of Foreign Exchange Rates",; by Joseph Dentshbern(?) ca. 1910 (12 pgs.); Chilcott Ditch Co.; Northern Pacific R.R. Co. (Land Grant Bonds)

Fd 171: 1897-1917
E.P. Shove; M. Joslin; Fraser and Chalmer Mining; T. Finch; C.A. Mathews; H. McAllister (1881); Col. W.H. Lockhart; C.C. Gillman; I.H. Burt; C.H. White; D.P. Sanders; T.E. Curtin; J.M. Gay; C.F. Caswell; F.A. Wakies; O.L. Godfrey; El Paso Electric Co.

Fd 172: 1872-1907
Land formations - specific location maps such as W.F. Stone's Lands on the Arkansas River; Routes to World's Fair; Plot of land south of Pueblo; Map of South Pueblo 1872; El Paso County Bank; R. Lamborn; W.F. Stone; Waldon

Fd 173: Railroad information; Pennsylvania Steel; Prospectus of Kansas Wheat-Land Trust 1875-1879
Fd 174-178: Mexican National Railway & Construction Co. 1880-1887
Fd 179: Las Animas Coal Pool 1873-1875 (see Trinidad Pool)
Fd 180: Trinidad Trust 1876
Fd 181: Wool Commission Merchants 1876-1883


Box 19 (Fds 182-193)

Fd 182: Johnson Wilbur Merchantile Co. 1898-1899

Fd 183:
Sebastian Greenway papers 1891-1898
Promissory notes 1880-1899
Vouchers 1896
Bills of sale 1877,1897
Patents 1903
The Maria A. Gold Mining Co. 1896

Fd 184:
George Jackson Papers 1902-1911
P.R. Tombs 1891-1898
J.L. Besore Papers 1882-1898
Cripple Creek business 1895-1896
O.C. Townsend (Town of Colorado City) 1893-1895
Deed of Colorado Springs lots 1901

Fd 185: 1889-1905
The Western Colorado Springs Land Co.; Sprague's Mercantile Agency; Giles Mercantile Agency; List and correspondence of debtors; Mining certificates; C.E. Hawver (American Wheel Repair Co.); M.A. Smith (Colo. Spgs. Cereal Food Co.); W.G. Nicholson (Doubleday Rope & Co.); B.S. Bennett

Fd 186: El Paso County Bank 1880-1883 (J.H. Barlow and C.H. White correspondence)

Fd 187: El Paso County Bank receipts 1879-1904

Fd 188: 1888
El Paso National Bank; Denver Light, Heat, & Power; Denver, Texas, & Gulf R.R. Co.; Denver & New Orleans R.R.; Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R.R. Co.; J.S. Brown (First National Bank); M.D. Thatcher; Van Weel; DeLong & Kennedy; Layton & Rea

Fd 189: Trust Deeds 1873-1905
Fd 190: Quit Claim Deeds; Mortgage Deeds; Warranty Deeds 1872-1898
Fd 191: Fairmont Coal Co.; Quit Claim Deeds; T. Kelly (Reliance Insurance Co.) 1900-1920
Fd 192: Tax schedules; Chinn and Strickler; Twin Lakes Reservoir Co. 1904-1915
Fd 193: Pueblo Smelting & Refining 1891


Box 20 (Fds 194-207)

Fd 194: Amerman and Burwell; J.M. Waldron; Holmes and Aikens; Ironsides Gold Mining & Milling 1879-1899

Mining Information 1873-1912 (Fds 195-203)

Fd 195: Antlers Park Regent Mining Co. 1893-1900
Fd 196: Keystone Mining & Milling 1895-1899 (Vouchers and statements)
Fd 197: Silver Wing Mine claims and maps 1877-1895 (see Oversize Box 61 for report of Van Diest)
Fds 198-203: Deeds, stock certificates, and receipts 1873-1912
Fd 204: County of Otero Land Certificates 1889-1903
Fds 205-206: Himebaugh papers 1890-1914
Fd 207: Trustee reports for Chris Wilson 1903

Box 21 (Fds 208-219)

Fd 208: American Publishing Co. vs. Colo. Spgs. Company 1889-1902
Fd 209: Land descriptions; Brochures; Court testimonies 1862-1897
Fd 210: Hidden Treasure group of mines 1898-1903
Fd 211: 1909-1917: Chinn and Strickler; Interstate Cement Co.; Guanajato Power & Electric Co.; German American Trust Co.; St. Louis, Hannibal & Keokuk R.R. Co.
Fd 212: 1904-1909: "Enis Ditch Enlargement"; Kremmling Irrigation & Land Co.; Carribean Development Co.; Dutch Guinea Gold Co.
Fd 213: 1910-1914: Kremmling Irrigation & Land Co.; Kremmling Water agreement; Howard and McCrillis
Fd 214: 1916-1918: Kremmling Irrigation & Land Co.
Fd 215: Silverton Railway Co. 1889-1907
Fd 216: Schuyler Warren & Co. 1880-1882
Fd 217: Colorado Springs Hotel Co. 1884
Fd 218: 1883: The Prairie Cattle Co.; Texas Land & Cattle Co.; Sangre de Cristo Grant; R.H. Lamborn
Fd 219: Undated correspondence and reports

V. BUSINESS PAPERS (chronological arrangement) Box 22-24
PLEASE NOTE: this section is imperfectly inventoried: some names are guesses; some names may be listed one or two folders away from their actual location; not all names are listed; etc.

Box 22 Fds 220-237 1868-1881 Aug.

Fd 220: 1868-1876, De Coursey, Moore, Bell, Biggs, Baker, Stewart, Hitchcock, others

Fd 221: 1877
C.H. Jackson, Bell, Clayton, Hinchman, Hoyt, DeCoursey, McIntire, Parrish

Fd 222: 1878
Brewster, Weitbrec, Sweet, Mirriam, Hartwell, Strettell, Phillips

Fd 223: 1879 Jan.
Pitkin, Miles, Tenney, Thatcher, Cavender, Mathews & Whitaker, McMurtrie, Bissell, Adams, Parrish, Scott, White, Steele

Fd 224: 1879 Feb.-March
Bissell, Tufts, Barrett, Miles, Tenney, Scott, Fisher, Strettell, Parrish, Matthews & Whitaker, McIntyre, Clark,

Fd 225: 1879 April-May
Putnam, Alexander, Amerman & Cooke, Hall, Bissell, Williams, Tenney, Barlow, Reiff

Fd 226: 1879 June
Bissell, Alexander, Gregg, Pitkin, Gardner, Whyte, Hooker, Clark, Reiff, Strettell, S.W. Madge & Co., Amerman & Cooke

Fd 227 1879 July
Whyte, Clayton, Wynkoop, Gregg, Parrish, Lyman, Bissell, Roberts, Rockafellow, White, Strettell, Pitkin, Moffat, Palmer, Gregg

Fd 228 1879 August
C.H. Jackson, Dickey, Asiel, Chaffee, Whyte, Amerman & Cooke, Andrus, Fitch, Bissell, Cleary, Fisher

Fd 229 1879 Sept.-Dec.
Bissell, Parrish, Matthews & Whitaker, Perkins, Barlow, Emil Schalk & Co., McAllister, Lummer, Baldwin, Hallowell, Clothier, Wells, Amerman & Cooke, Lamborn, Wolfe, Fraley, Walker, Woollens, Tenney, Chaffee, Hinchman, Burwell, C.H. Jackson, De Coursey

Fd 230: 1880 Jan.-June
Alexander, Brewster, Teller, Bowen, Young, Taylor, Hinsdale, McAllister, C.H. Jackson, Jackson & Curtis, McFerran, Gardner, Sutherland, Perry, Dowd, Cate, Berkey, Miles, Rockafellow, Dollison, Wellesley

Fd 231 1880 July-Sept.
C.H. Jackson, Sperry, McAllister, Tenney, Hinsdale, Stone, Alsop, Sampson, Beach, Jacobson, Bostwick, Bowen, Rockafellow, Strettell, Wellesley, Thatcher, Cushman, Clayton, Cate

Fd 232 1880 Oct.-Dec.
C.H. Jackson, Barlow, Wickershaw, Bell, Wolfe, Wood, Salter, Weitbrec, Ellison, Warren

Fd 233: 1881 January
C.H. Jackson, Mendenhall, Wynkoop, Wickershaw, Austie, Wolfe, R.L. Day & Co., Parsons, Van Dusen, Colyan, Warren, Parrish, Sutherland, Dickey, Welch, Gregg, Putton & Urmy

Fd 234: 1881 Feb.-March
Sperry, Hill, Mendenhall, Barlow, Mackey, McAllister, Wolfe, Lawton, Goodhart, Patton & Urmy

Fd 235: 1881 April
Sperry, Richardson, Mendenhall, N. Thouron & Co., Bowen, Plummer, Dickson, Hill, Rockafellow, Miles, Earle, Gregg, Adams, Ludwig, De Coursey, Banks, C.H. Jackson

Fd 236: 1881 May-June
C.H. Jackson, Duff, Rutherford, McClain & Mackey, Earl, Miles, Plummer, Chas, Sutherland, Richardson, George ? (handwriting illegible), Adee, Clark, Brown, Guiles, McAllister, Potter

Fd 237: 1881 July-August
Scott, Foote, Corman, Wheeler, Devine, Everett, Richardson, Scott & Hall, Schuyler N. Warren & Co., Allen, Lamborn, Robt. H., Greenwood, Putman & Earl, Bechaud, Strettell, Adams, McEmery, Sutherland, Todd, Boyd & Hains, Bye

Box 23 Fds 238-254: Sept. 1881-1887

Fd 238: 1881 Sept.-Oct.
Plummer, Earle, C.H. Jackson, Allen, Sloane, Barlow, Grant, Weitbrec, Pitkin

Fd 239: 1881 Nov-Dec.
Sweet & Knox, Duff, Mendenhall & Harris, Nevin, Horjan, Browne & Putnam, Bass, Craigue, Higgins, Rollins, McEmery, Dickey, Waldron, Hill

Fd 240: 1882 Jan.-March
C.H. Jackson, Waldron, Richardson, Parrish, Barlow, Henry, Lamborn, R.H., DeCoursey, Carpenter, Cavender, Botter, Wolf, King, Clark, Bissell, Morris ?, Botta, Plummer

Fd 241: 1882 April-Aug.
Toll, Romey, Wolf, Schuyler N. Warren & Co., Jones, Howell, Holden, Mathews, Gates

Fd 242: 1882 Sept.-Dec.
Howell, Waldron, M.K.C., G.W.W., Sperry, Berry, Combs, Miles, Plummer, Parrish, Hallett, Parks, Stuttern, Van Kleeck, James, Brewster, Rupely

Fd 243: 1883 Jan.-Feb.
Barlow, Parrish, De Coursey, Plummer, Mellor & Co., Bass, Waldron, White, Stuyvesant, McIntyre, Miles, Wood, Fiske, Swassy

Fd 244: 1883 March-April
Greene, Pitkin, De Coursey, Cuthbert, Fisher, Meesley, Mendenhall, Sullivan, Rupy, Barlow, Miles, Swassy, Risley, Parsons

Fd 245: 1883 May-July
Brass, Matthews, Powell, Geist, Lamborn, Craigue, Waldron, Mouat, Sharp, Caird, Sperry,
Sloan, Morey, Smith

Fd 246: 1883 Aug.-Oct.
Drake, Parrish, Fairley, Carlile, Risley, Bell, Lamborn, Pallier, Hinchman, Moore, Sturtevant, Tarsney, Sperry, Andrews, Ballard, Minor, Crawford, Fisher, Solly, Perkins, Greene, C.H. Jackson, White

Fd 247: 1883 Nov.-Dec.
Ozmun, Sperry, Barlow, Fiske, Rollins, Waldron, True, Blake, Tenney, Parrish

Fd 248: 1883 undated
De Coursey, Geist, Bass, several unsigned fragments

Fd 249: 1884 Jan.-May
C.H. Jackson, Miller & Powell, James, Dillon, Parrish, Hinsdale

Fd 250: 1884 June-Dec.
Lamborn, Woodbury, Dunbar, Risley, Fisher, C.H. Jackson, Mendenhall

Fd 251: 1885-1886
C.H. Jackson, Plummer, Truesdell, Chambers, Cravath, Kelly, McFerran vs. Stark, Review of Interstate Commerce Bill

Fd 252: 1887 Jan.-April
Western Colorado Railway, Sweet

Fd 253: 1887 May
Meily, Greig, Gardiner, Waldron, Layton, Gill, Hughes, Smith, McNeil, Pantaleoni, McClelland, Greenwood, Rollins & Young, Callaway, Gulliver, Lathrop, C.H. Jackson

Fd 254: 1887 June-Dec.
Hamilton Bros., Layton, Kennedy, Barlow, Beaumont, Perkins, Greene, Crawford, Mendenhall, Spratter, Harvey, Sperry, Phelps, Johnson, C.J. Jackson

Box 24 Fds 255-267: 1888-1918

Fd 255: 1888
Guthrie, Chapman, Chapman, Westerfield, Adams, Layton, Hamilton Bros., Porter, Thatcher, White, Ruiz, De Coursey, Young, Bell, Eilus, Waldron, Lesem, Carpenter, Bent, Lyster, Farwell, McGeod, Gilpin, Anderson, Mendenhall, Godfrey

Fd 256: 1889-1890
Adams, Thatcher, Jesup, McClelland, Downell & Gill, Appleton, Gilpin, Godfrey, Barlow, Hinsdale, Stern, White, C.J. Jackson

Fd 257: 1890 undated
Carliles & Weitbrec, Hobson

Fd 258: 1891-1894
Osborne, Dickinson, Daly, Crowell, McCarthy, Godfrey, Newton, Waldron, Hobson, Loveland, West, Lamborn, McKinley

Fd 259: 1895-1896
Norman, F.F. Mead & Company, Mason, Allen, McCart, Irwin, McLeod, Mason, Johnson, Cooper, Thalmann, Jones

Fd 260: 1897-1899
Kilborn, Wolcott, Bent, Hayden, Phillips

Fd 261: 1900-1901
Edwards, Hemming, Anderson, Giddings, Dickinson, Sloan, Dubbs, Knaebel, Curr, Brophy, Peters

Fd 262: 1902-1903
Haldeman, Ehrich, Vaux, Kelly, C.F. Ray & Co., Peach & Knight, Barlow, Williams, Childs, Weitbrec, Clark

Fd 263: 1904-1905
Smith, Edwards, Elder, Holmes, Lamborn, Leeds, Shannon, Perkins, Sheron, Dickinson

Fd 264: 1906
Slayback, Sheron, Smith, Horyan, Dickinson, Colligan, Lewis, McLellan, Eubank, O’Hara, Haldeman

Fd 265: 1907-1908
Campbell, Pettey, Gilpin, Garry, Kern, Harrison, Edwards, Vass, Reardon, Lindsay, Lawson, C.H. Jackson

Fd 266: 1909-1912
Hawkes, Dawson, Barton, Newton, Burke, Powers, Bache, Pettey, Smith, Flack,

Fd 267: 1913-1918
Fiske, Bosworth, Bassett, Frost, Cowles


VI. BUSINESS RECORDS Box 25-28

Box 25 (Ldgs 1-2)
Ldg 1: Letter Book 1899-1909
Ldg 2: Letter Book 1909-1930

Box 26 (Fds 268-271, Ldg 3)
Fd 268: Pamphlets and brochures 1875-1892
Fd 269: Pamphlets and brochures 1917-1951
Fd 270: Cowles Foundation: (6 booklets) Report of research activities 1932-1958
Fd 271: Cowles Commission 1930-1933
Ldg 3: Cowles Commission 1929-1931 Special supplement

Box 27 (Ldgs 4-8)
Ldg 4: Personal ledger Inventory of books in house
Ldg 5: Stock certificate book: Northern New Mexico & Gulf Railway Co. 1905
Ldg 6: Pueblo Colorado: It's Resources and Developments by the Daily Chieftain ca. 1892 (with index)
Ldg 7: Receipt book, Rattler Gold Mining Co. 1897-1905
Ldg 8: Minute Record of the Gold Coin Mining & Leasing Co. 1895-1904

Box 28 (Ldgs 9-12, Fds 272-276)
Ldg 9: Pueblo Savings Book 1907 (very poor condition)
Ldg 10: Journal (financial) 1870 June-July
Ldg 11: Ledger 1870 June-Aug.
Ldg 12: Cash book 1870 June-Aug.
Fd 272: House Insurance Policy 1880
Fd 273: Property tax receipts 1876-1897
Fd 274: Business receipts, bond purchases 1910-1915
Fd 275: Membership receipts in private clubs
Fd 276: Cancelled checks to family members; Dora Jones 1916-1918

Box 29 William S. Jackson financial booklets (Bklts 1-32)
Bklts 1-4: Stock information 1880-1914
Bklts 5-8: Railroad information 1874-1886
Bklts 9-12: Mining information 1878-1896
Bklt 13: Real Estate (undated)
Bklt 14-16: The International Trust Co. 1912-1919
Bklt 17-29: Banking information 1876-1913
Bklt 30: Harris Trust & Savings Bank 1913
Bklt 31-32: J.P. Morgan Banking 1909-1918
6 Cancelled checkbooks: 2 The Elkton Pool 1896-1897; 1 El Paso Electric Stock; 1 Keystone M & M Co.; 2 Maria A. Gold Mining Co.

VII. HOUSEHOLD PAPERS

Box 30 (Fds 277-288)

Fds 277-288: Helen Hunt Jackson domestic receipts 1874-1885

Box 31 (Fds 289-301)
Fds 289-301: Domestic receipts 1846-1883

Box 32 (Fds 302-313)
Fds 302-313: Domestic receipts 1884-1893

Box 33 (Fds 314-322)
Fds 314-322: Domestic receipts 1894-1911


VIII. CANCELLED CHECKS, CHECKBOOKS

Box 34 Helen Hunt Jackson cancelled checks 1875-1882
11 Helen Hunt Jackson checkbooks 1881-1885
20 booklets of household expense records 1875-1899
W.S. Jackson cancelled checks and checkbook 1885

Box 35 Helen Banfield cancelled checks 1888-1898
17 Helen Banfield checkbooks 1888-1895
4 Helen Banfiled bankbooks 1886-1897
9 W.S. Jackson checkbooks 1887-1889, Dec.1899-1900

Box 36 W.S. Jackson cancelled checkbooks
Checkbooks include the following dates:
1889-1898, 1900, 1905-1919

IX. COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Box 37 (Fds 1-15)
Fds 1-5: 1923-1945: Board of Education
Fds 6-8: 1929-1945: Community Chest

X. COLORADO COLLEGE PAPERS (1877-1981)
(Chronological arrangement)

Fds 9-15: 1877-1937

Box 38
Fds 16-29: 1938-1946

Box 39
Fds 30-43: 1947-1949

Box 40
Fds 44-57: 1949-1953

Box 41
Fds 58-69: 1954-1956

Box 42
Fds 70-82: 1957-1960

Box 43
Fds 83-92: 1961-1964

Box 44
Fds 93-104: 1964-1966

Box 45
Fds 105-116: 1967-1968

Box 46
Fds 117-128: 1968-1970

Box 47
Fds 129-139: 1970-1972

Box 48
Fds 140-150: 1972-1975

Box 49 (Fds 151-160)
Fd 151: 1976-1981 and undated materials

Colorado College Publications
Fd 152: Commencement materials 1944-1965
Fd 153: Commencement materials 1966-1973
Fd 154: Colorado College pamphlets
Fd 155: Kitchen Equipment for Rastall Student Center
Fd 156: Publications about Colorado College

Other Printed Material
Fd 157: Notes and college newspapers 1894-1973
Fd 158: Publications about Trustees and Universities
Fd 159: "Church School and State School" Chapter 7 of Michael McGiffert's manuscript (?)
Fd 160: "Higher Learning on the Mountain Frontier" Michael McGiffert, 1962 unpublished (?) manuscript

Administration Reports

Box 50 President's Annual Reports 1936-1951
Box 51 President's Annual Reports 1952-1970; Treasurer's Reports 1926-1927; Moody's Report of Security Holdings 1931
Box 52 Treasurer's Reports 1935-1941
Box 53 Treasurer's Reports 1942-1943
Box 54 Treasurer's Reports 1944-1950
Box 55 Treasurer's Reports 1954-1966
Box 56 Financial Reports 1942-1974
Box 57 Endowment Fund 1937-1975
Box 58 Investment Portfolios 1957-1966

XI. OVERSIZES BOXES

OVERSIZE Box 59 Colorado College related & railroad info.
Academe Dec. 1973 Vol. 7. No.4
Academe June 1971 Vol. 5, No.3
Reprint of newspaper page from Pueblo Star Journal about Colorado College April 17, 1960
Two maps dated 1889, 1956
The Colorado College Annual Report of the Treasurer, 1915-1916
Railroad right of way map of Loboto Grant, Rio Arriba County, 6 pages 1938

OVERSIZE Box 60 Full size newspapers 1859-1980

OVERSIZE Box 61 1884-1913
Fd 161: Periodicals & newspapers 1884-1911
"The Silver Wing Mines of Colorado, Report of Prof. D.H. Van Diest of Holland"
"Report on the Silver Wing Mines" (with index)
Map: "Areas of Conflict" (undated)
Lone Star Lodes
Map: "Duluth and Vicinity" (undated)
Map: Lake Mokoma (undated)
Three Maps dated 1889, 1901, 1907
Tax schedules 1901-1913
Passport of Helen Hunt Jackson 1880
Lake Superior & Mississippi R.R. papers 1870


WILLIAM S. JACKSON PAPERS, Part 2, Ms 0241
Finding aid created 1986 by Judith K. Jordet

Biography of Helen Banfield Jackson
Chronology of Helen Banfield Jackson
Scope and Content Note
Inventory

BIOGRAPHY OF HELEN BANFIELD JACKSON

Helen Fiske Banfield (later Helen Banfield Jackson) was born May 23, 1859. She was the daughter of Everett C. Banfield and Anne S. Fiske, the only sister of Helen Hunt Jackson. Helen Banfield graduated from Vassar College in 1879 where she had formed several friendships whom she corresponded with until her sudden death in 1899. In 1885, when Helen Hunt Jackson died, Helen Banfield inherited her aunt's estate. Three years later she married her beloved uncle, William S. Jackson, Sr.

From 1876 to 1899 she kept a daily diary. She also wrote regular letters to her mother, father, and sisters Edith Colby Banfield, "Kitty", Anne Fiske Banfield (Davenport), "Nannie", and Mary Chapman Banfield (Avery), "Mammie." The collection also contains a few letters from her brothers, Richard and Nathan.

In 1896, she sent her two daughters Edith (age 11 months) and Helen (age 6 years) to a day school for girls at 210 North Cascade Avenue, just around the corner from their home at 228 East Kiowa. The day school was headed by Misses Loomis and Bainbridge, both graduates of Vassar College. The boys attended Cutler Academy and later, Colorado College.

The Jackson family always had the services of a cook and a family seamstress. They took frequent trips by rail back East to visit their relatives and occasionally relatives would venture out West.

Helen Banfield Jackson was deeply saddened by the death of her nine month old baby, Margaret, in December of 1898. She spent the summer of 1899 with her family in Newport, Rhode Island attempting to recover from her lingering depression. On October 19, 1899, she shot herself and died. (See Facts, Vol. V., No. 3, Oct. 21, 1899, p. 16)

After Helen's death, her sister Edith Banfield moved out to Colorado Springs to help raise the six Jackson children ranging from two to ten years old. In March of 1903, Edith Banfield died after an operation to remove a tumor from her neck. In the fall of 1903 Dora Jones ("Aunt Dora") became a part of the Jackson household.

CHRONOLOGY OF HELEN BANFIELD JACKSON

May 23, 1859 Born in Brooklyn, New York (?)
1879 Graduated from Vassar College
March 1, 1888 Married William S. Jackson, Sr.
March 22, 1889 William S. Jackson, Jr. was born
April 20, 1890 Helen Jackson was born
Aug. 8, 1891 Everett Jackson was born
Jan. 4, 1891 Roland Jackson was born
Jan. 2, 1895 Edith Banfield Jackson was born
Sept. 10, 1896 Gardner Jackson was born
March 16, 1898 Margaret Jackson was born
Dec. 27, 1898 Baby Margaret died
Summer 1899 Visit back East with children
Oct. 19, 1899 Died

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The William S. Jackson Family Papers-Part 2 covers the Jackson/Banfield family primarily from 1876-1905. Though there is some William S. Jackson, Sr. business materials at the beginning of Part II, as well as one box pertaining to Helen Hunt Jackson, the bulk of the material focuses on his second wife, Helen Banfield Jackson and the personal letters of the Jackson/Banfield relatives.

Events that receive attention in Part II include the death of Helen Hunt Jackson (Aug. 1885), the marriage of Helen Banfield to William S. Jackson, Sr. (March 1888), the birth of their first child, William S. Jackson, Jr. (March 1889), the death of baby Margaret (Dec. 1898), trips back east by the Jackson family, the death of Helen Banfield Jackson (Oct. 1899), Roland Jackson's army tour of Spain (1817), the death of Roland Jackson in World War I, and the death of Everett Jackson in 1924.

Whenever possible, we have honored notes by Helen Jackson (b. 1890) designating subject headings for folders.

WILLIAM S. JACKSON Papers, Part 2, Ms 0241, Inventory

I. Business papers

W.S. Jackson, Sr. 1872-1919

Box 1 (Fds 1-11)

Fd 1: 1874-1877
Fd 2: 1878 Jan.-April
Fd 3: 1878 May-Aug.
Fd 4: 1878 Sept.-Dec.
Fd 5: 1879
Fd 6: 1880-1881
Fd 7: 1882
Fd 8: 1883-1884
Fd 9: 1887
Fd 10: 1891-1919

W.S. Jackson, Jr. 1920-1973

Fd 11: W.S. Jackson, Jr. 1920-1973
Fd 12: Wells Fargo Messenger A periodical, Feb., 1914
Album 1: American Society of Civil Engineers recognition of W.S. Jackson, Sr. 1886
Ldgr 1: Moore & Carlile Land & Improvement Co. Minute record kept by W.S. Jackson, Sr.

Box 2 (Fds 12-22)
Ldgr 2: 1874-1919
Ldgr 3: 1906-1918
Fd 13: Colorado College, business & other matters
Fd 14: Joseph Sharpless & J. Scholfield & Son 1828-1879

II. Personal Papers and Correspondence

A. W.S. Jackson, Sr.

Fd 15: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Personal 1863-1868
Fd 16: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Personal 1878-1886
Fd 17: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Personal 1887
Fd 18: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Personal 1888-1899
Fd 19: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Family 1878-1884
Fd 20: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Family 1885-1887
Fd 21: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Family 1888-1893, Hannah Price, Ruth Cravath, Mary P. Jackson
Fd 22: W.S. Jackson, Sr. Family 1900-1906

Box 3 (Fds 23-39)

B. Deborah Vinal (Fiske)

Album 2: by Deborah Vinal 1825-1838

Fd 23: Papers found in Deborah Vinal's album 1825-1852
Fd 24: Letters from DWVF to Ellen and Ann Scholfield 1823-1843
Fd 25: Letters from DWVF to Helen Maria Fiske (HHJ), 1835-1846

C. Helen Hunt (Jackson)

Fd 26: Letters to HHJ's cousin, Ann Scholfield 1844-1857
Fd 27: Letters to HHJ's brother-in-law, Everett Banfield 1855
Fd 28: Letters to HHJ's sister, Annie, 1849-1858
Fd 29: HHJ to Anne Banfield 1871-1872
Fd 30: Letters to and from HHJ, including poems in manuscript and a lock of her hair, 1874-1881
Fd 31: Letters between HHJ and Cousin Ann ("Annie") 1880-1884
Fd 32: Letters to Helen Hunt from Sanna 1880-1881
Fd 33: Photocopies of HHJ's letters to Miss Sheriff re: Swoboba Indians 1882-1885 (originals are at the Huntington Library)
Fd 34: Letters pertaining to HHJ's illness, August 1885

Folder 35: Condolence letters after HHJ's death, August 1885, senders A - G
[A. C. A… ?]
[M. G. Adler?]
W. S. Alexander
Flora Haines Apponyi
H. H. Bancroft (Hubert Howe Bancroft)
Anne S. Banfield (HHJ's sister)
Helen Banfield (niece, later WSJ's wife)
N. F. Banfield (nephew)
K. C. & S. [Barnes?]
[Sam B. Barnitz?]
Frances Metcalfe Bass (Fanny Bass) (2 letters)
Lyman K. Bass (2 letters)
W. A. Bell
William Boericke (to Mrs. Everett Banfield)
Anne [C.?] L. Botta (Anne Lynch Botta)
H. J. Cate, M.D. (Hamilton J. Cate, homeopathic physician)
Alicia J. Chambers (WSJ's sister)
Jacob A. Clutz
Geo W. [Coppell?]
A. F. Coronel (Antonio Coronel)
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crank (engraved card with card from Mary Graham, in fd 35)
R. J. [Cravanh?] (WSJ's sister?)
Mary J. Darlington (WSJ's sister) (2 letters)
Anne Fiske Davenport (niece)
"Countess" (Mrs. Gerald DeCoursey)
Sam'l Dickson (Samuel Dickson)
Mary Mapes Dodge (editor, writer, friend)
Kate Field (pseud. Straws, Jr.)
C. H. Fiske (Charles Fiske, paternal relative of HHJ)
R. W. Gilder (editor of The Century)
Martha LeB. Goddard (Martha LeBaron Goddard)
Mary Graham (together with card from Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crank)


Folder 36: Condolence letters after HHJ's death, August 1885, senders H - P
Edward E. Hale (Edward Everett Hale)
Katherine Hallett (Mrs. Judge Hallett)
T. W. Higginson (Thomas Wentworth Higginson)
L. S. Hinchman
Wm J. Holt
E. N. Horsford (Eben Horsford)
Kate Horsford
H. O. Houghton (publisher)
M. H. Hunt (Mrs. Washington Hunt / Molly Hunt) (2 letters)
C. H. Jackson (WSJ's sister) (telegram)
Maggie B. Jackson (Margaret B. Jackson, WSJ's sister) (2 letters)
Mrs. Oliver Johnson (engraved card, also signed by Oliver Johnson and Helen Hunt Johnson)
Mrs. D. P. Kidder
H. J. Lee
[R. I.?] Liller
Jessie B. Lloyd
Hamilton W. Mabie (Hamilton Wright Mabie)
Ellen S. Mellen
A. M. Merriow
Thomas J. Niles (Roberts Brothers of Boston, publishers) (2 letters)
W. E. [Pabor?]
W. J. Palmer (William Jackson Palmer)
Mrs. M. Ellie Parge (1 letter, 2 cards)
Joseph Parrish
[Wm E. Prandy?]
Hannah J. Price (WSJ's sister) (Hannah Jackson Price)

Folder 37: Condolence letters after HHJ's death, August 1885, senders Q - Z
Charlotte C. Reed (2 letters, 1885 and 1887)
A. G. Renshaw (London agent for the Denver & Rio Grande)
H. A. Risley (2 letters)
Alice Wellington Rollins
Lucia Calhoun Runkle (signed "Bertie")
Hy Sandham (Henry Sandham)
Mary E. Sheriff (later Mary E. Fowler)
Horatio Stebbins
Alma G. V. Strettell [Alma Gertrude Vansittart Strettell]
E. A. Thayer
Sara Thibault
Edith M. Thomas
Amelia C. W. Truesdell (2 letters)
Wm Wagner (1 letter and 1 telegram)
Chas. D. Warner (Charles Dudley Warner, editor, Hartford Daily Courant)
Edwin F. [Waters?]
Emmeline B. Wells
H. B. Whipple (to S. Thibault, for Wm. Jackson) (Minnesota Episcopal Bishop)
Eliza L. Wilkes
Sarah C. Woolsey (pseud. Susan Coolidge) (2 letters, one signed S. C. W.)

Folder 38: Miscellaneous

Articles:
Daily Gazette, August 14, 1885
The Nation, August 20, 1885
The Literary News, September 1885
The Independent, September 3, 1885

Letters:
To Kate from Wm S. Jackson (October 20, 1885)
Kate (letter to Sarah Woolsey, n.d.)
S. Thibault (Sara Thibault) (letter to Sarah Woolsey, August 12, 1887)
Priscilla [Stearns?] (letter to Sarah Woolsey, September 15, 1887)

Visiting cards:
Cards to Wm. S. Jackson from: Miss Ellen Brinley Bacon; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burke Closson
Card signed by: H. A. Risley, F. O. Wood, Elisabeth Risley, B. W. Steele, Wm. Jackson, Fanny Parish, Sue F. Wood

Two envelopes without corresponding letters (postmarked Philadelphia and Wolfboro)

Fd 39: Letters pertaining to Helen Hunt's publications 1877-1922

Box 4 (Fds 40-54)
Fd 40: Helen Hunt Jackson-Published works 1883-1888
"The Way to Sing"; "The Cradle of Peace"; Century Magazine Oct. 1883; Century Magazine Dec. 1883; "An Insight" undated, unsigned

Fd 41: Helen Hunt Jackson newspaper clippings 1885-1953

D. Banfield family

Fd 42: Banfield family 1839-1881
Fd 43: Anne Scholfield to her namesake Anne S. Banfield, 1867-1873
Fd 44: Anne Scholfield Banfield, or Mrs. Everett Colby Banfield letters to her family, 1866-1914
Fd 45: Diary of Anne S. Banfield 1894-1895
Fd 46: To Helen from Grandpa 1868-1875
Fd 47: Helen Banfield to cousin Anne Scholfield 1878-1886

Helen Banfield from her mother, Anne S. Banfield

Fd 48: 1880, 1886-1887

To "mamma" (Anne S. Banfield) from Helen B.

Fd 49: 1876
Fd 50: 1877
Fd 51: 1878-1884
Fd 52: 1890-1892
Fd 53: 1893-1898
Fd 54: 1899

Box 5 (Fds 55-67)

Everett Colby Banfield

Fd 55: Diary of Everett C. Banfield 1846
Fd 56: Children from papa (E.C. Banfield) 1874-1877
Fd 57: To "Papa" from Anne 1872-1884
Fd 58: To "Papa" from Helen 1879-1884

From "Papa" (Everett C. Banfield) to "Helen"

Fd 59: 1870-1874
Fd 60: 1875-1876
Fd 61: 1877-1879
Fd 62: 1880-1881
Fd 63: 1882-1883
Fd 64: 1884
Fd 65: 1885-1887
Fd 66: Helen Fiske Banfield to family 1879-1886 (Papa, Mamma, "Everybody")
Fd 67: Helen F. Banfield to family (Papa, Mamma, Mammie), Summer-Fall, 1887


Box 6 (Fds 68-77)

E. Jackson/Banfield Family

Fd 68: William & Helen B. Jackson letters Wedding congratulations Feb.-June, 1888
Fd 69: Letters to Helen B. and William Jackson on the birth of their son March-April, 1889
Fd 70: Letters from "Aunt Mollie" (Mary H. Hunt) (Two letters to William Jackson from Mollie) Oct., 1885-1889
Fd 71: "Aunt Mollie", (Mary H. Hunt) 1890-1899
Fd 72: Helen Banfield Jackson Family 1889-1895
Fd 73: Helen Banfield Jackson Family 1896-1899

F. Helen Banfield's brothers and sisters

Fd 74: Mary C. Banfield, or Mrs. Samuel Avery, or "Aunt Mammie" 1874-1931
Fd 75: Anne F. Davenport 1886-1890
Fd 76: Nathan Fiske Banfield 1887-1917
Fd 77: Richard Banfield 1894-1914

Box 7 (Fds 78-85)

Fd 78: Letters to Helen from "Kitty" (Edith Banfield), l874-1885
Fd 79: To Helen and children from "Aunt Kitty" 1887-1898
Fd 80: Edith Colby Banfield (mamma, Anne), 1874-1898
Fd 81: Edith Colby Banfield, "Aunt Kitty" 1899-1902 (refers to Jackson children)
Fd 82: To Edith Banfield from Bessie [Cravath] 1889-1899
Fd 83: Diary of Edith C. Banfield 1900 (about the Jackson children)
Fd 84: Letters regarding Edith Banfield (Aunt Kitty's) death 1903
Fd 85: Stories and poems by Edith Banfield: "The Cat's Centennial"; "The Diversity History of Mistress Jackson" ca. 1880-1902

Box 8 (Fds 86-93)

Fd 86: Helen B. Jackson to Margaret Jackson 1888-1899
Fd 87: Letters from Margaret B. Jackson (to Helen and W.S. Jackson Sr.) 1888-1898

G. Baby Margaret's death

Fd 88-89: Helen B. Jackson from family in sympathy of the death of baby Margaret
Dec. 1898-1899
Fd 90: To W.S. Jackson from Helen B. Jackson, July 1899 (includes letters from children)
Fd 91: To W.S. Jackson from Helen B. Jackson, Aug. 1899 (includes letters from children)
Fd 92: Jackson/Banfield family correspondence 1878-1913
Fd 93: Jackson/Banfield family correspondence Ruth Davenport 1919-1955

F. Helen Banfield (Jackson) and Friends

Box 9 (Fds 94-101)

Fd 94: 1879-1884
Fd 95: 1885-1888
Fd 96: 1889-1899

Ella Gardner

Fd 97: 1876-1886
Fd 98: 1888-1890
Fd 99: 1891-1899
Fd 100: Mr. John W. Chickering, Jr. 1884-1888
Fd 101: Sarah Woolsey 1885-1892

Box 10 (Fds 102-111)

Alice Blanchard

Fd 102: 1873, 1878
Fd 103: 1879
Fd 104: 1880-1881
Fd 105: 1882-1883
Fd 106: 1884
Fd 107: 1885
Fd 108: 1886
Fd 109: 1887
Fd 110: 1888-1889
Fd 111: 1890-1894

Box 11 (Fds 112-123)

G. Jackson/Banfield family after 1899

Fd 112: Dora M. Jones "Aunt Dora", so-called but not blood relative 1895-1919
Fd 113: Jackson children "Rules of Conduct" "Memorandum" Jackson children daily marks
Fd 114: Letters to Jackson children from relatives (lock of Edith's hair, 1899) 1899-1903
Fd 115: Letters from the Jackson children 1902-1918
Fd 116: To "Son William" from Anne Banfield (Grandma) 1903-1915
Fd 117: Roland Jackson 1905-1909
Fd 118: Roland Jackson 1913-1918
Fd 119: Roland Jackson-reports of his death 1918
Fd 120: Roland Jackson-letters in sympathy from family
Fd 121: Roland Jackson-letters in sympathy from friends
Fd 122: Roland Jackson Spanish diary, January-July 1917
Fd 123: Diary translation into English, handwritten, in three parts, translator(s) unknown 


Box 12 (Fds 124-133)

Fd 124: Everett B. Jackson
Fd 125: Letters regarding the death of Everett Jackson, 1924
Fd 126: Memorabilia; Reminiscences of 47 Pickering St. (Boston)1913; "The House Thatte Jacke Buylt Calendar" copies of tiles from fireplace (see photos of 228 N. Kiowa in PP 85-30s)
Fd 127: 43 railroad passes (in 3 packets) 1886
Fd 128: In Memoriam - Anne S. Banfield 1915

IV. Publications of Edith Banfield

Fd 129: Various publications Letters from publishers to Edith Banfield 1880-1902
Fd 130: "The Personal Liberties of the People" A paper by Edith C. Banfield
Fd 131: "The National Banks" A paper by Edith C. Banfield
Fd 132: Biographical material Jackson/Banfield family tree

Fd 133:
Photocopies of a few photographs from PP 85-30s
Child care center in Colorado Springs, 1896
Miss Henry's School in Colorado Springs ca. 1900

Album 3: Poems (ca. 1897)

Book 1: A New England Pastoral, & Other Poems
Book 2: A New Year's Masque for Children
Book 3: The Place of My Desire & Other Poems 1904

Box 13 (Diaries, Fds 134-135)

Fd 134: Phonograph record "Greeting the Class of 1910 on their 30th Anniversary"

III. Diaries of Helen B. Jackson

Fd 135: Notes on Helen B. Jackson's diaries made by Helen Jackson/Chronology notes by Edith Jackson for 1899-1903

Diary 1: 1876-1877
Diary 2: 1886
Diary 3: 1887
Diary 4: 1888
Diary 5: 1889
Diary 6: 1890
Diary 7: 1891
Diary 8: 1892
Diary 9: 1893
Diary 10: 1894
Diary 11: 1895
Diary 12: 1896
Diary 13: 1897
Diary 14: 1898
Diary 15: 1899

Fd 136 Anonymous gift - May 1989

Misc. family correspondence - Banfield family - Helen Banfield Jackson and her sisters, etc. - 1889 letters were after the birth of Wm. Jackson, Jr., John Dos Possos letter to Wm. Jackson, Jr.

Box 14 OVERSIZE Certificates and diplomas
Helen Fiske Banfield's diploma from Vassar
"Society of the Colonial Dames of America" to Mrs. Helen Banfield Jackson
United States Army in Memory of Roland Jackson
State of Colorado honor of Roland Jackson
John Hopkins University-Edith Jackson's diploma
Internship awarded from Bellevue Hospital for Edith B. Jackson

Boxes 15, 16, and 17 contain a set of copies of the diaries of Helen Banfield Jackson [the originals are in Box 13]


William S. Jackson Papers, Part 3, Ms 0284

Box 1

Folder 1: Anne S. Banfield Receipts, 1871-1901

"The Tax Muddle", by Everett C. Banfield, Solicitor of Treasury; July 24, 1871 (?)
Dept. of Collection, City of Brooklyn; Nov. 15, 1888, 1890, 1891
to E.Y. Prindall, for labor on fences; n.d.
Kate Halwick, handwritten receipts; 1890?
Youth's Companion- a Family Paper, c/o? Wesley Halwick; April 30, 1901; envelope dated May 5, 1891
Vassar College; Feb. 10, 1891
W.G. Childs, Dr.; 5 milk scores; Feb 28 - May 31, 1891
Kings Chapel, to Estate of Isaac Scholfield; Apr 1, 1891
Thompson's Storage Warehouse; April 18, 1891
Wm. H. Greenleaf, plumber; May 1, 1891
L.G. Burnham & Co., coal dealers; May 2 & 6, 1891
Perkins Institution & Mass. School for the Blind; May 12, 1891
to A.J. Sampson, roofer, etc.; May 15, 1891
Office of Charles E.C. Breck, civil engineer; May 21, 1891
Boston Gas & Light Comp.; June 1, 1891
The Belmont, Natural Spring Water, Geo. H. Cotton; June 1 & 27, 1891
"Trip beginning June 27, 1901- in party Aunt Kitty, Helen, Everett, Roland & Wm. (?) Jackson- account book

Folder 2: Edith B. Jackson
2 Lesson Booklets
Rhymes, poetry, etc.; Dec. 25-Jan 1, 1917(?)
Poetry, Christmas/winter hymns, poems, etc., (Longfellow, etc.); reports w/ cutout pictures of Hawthorne, Longfellow, Geo. Washington, Wm. Bryant, Poe, Sir Walter Scott, Wm. Shakespeare, Dickens; n.d.

Folder 3: Wm. S. & Helen Hunt Jackson Home- 228 E. Kiowa St.

[several photographs transferred to the Jackson Family Photograph Collection, PP 85-30s]
list of painting estimates for home (1929?)
account list, 1933, for 228 E. Kiowa
clipping from the Denver Post, 1942- "Historical Group Considers how to Save Literary Shrine". re: Jackson Home
letter- Dec. 5, 1951 to Miss Jackson from George M. White (of Historical Society Workshop) ?
news clipping from Gazette Telegraph, n.d.; "City Buys Jackson Home for $100,000"
page 6 from The Free Press, March 11, 1961, w/
article "Library Accepts Books from Jackson Family".
letter to Pat (Mr. Gardner Jackson?), re: disposition of home, from (Wm. S. Jackson?); March 13, 1961
list of furniture in the old Jackson residence which may go to Pioneer Museum; May 1, 1961
letter to Helen, re: list, from Edith Jackson; 5/3/61
list of books taken by Wm. S. from 228 E. Kiowa to Denver home; May 21, 1961
shipping order from Bowers & Son, July 17, 1961; re: bedroom suite
receipt form Salvation Army; 9/6/1961
service bills from Wandell & Lowe Transfer & Storage Co.; 8/25 & 9/11, 1961, for Miss Helen J.
letter- Oct. 3, 1961 to Miss Helen form Roy J. Wasson Superintendent of C.S. Public Schools
letters- Oct. 6, 1961 to Judge & Miss Helen from Evaline McNary; re: house
news clipping- NY Times, Dec. 31, 1961; "Winter Boom in Pikes Peak Region", by Marshall Sprague
letter from Mrs. Robert (Sue) T. Wilson, to Miss Helen Jackson, May 2, 1962; re: "The story of the Historic Jackson House, etc" (to go with photos?)
news clipping- Denver Post, Jan 2, 1963; "Springs Police Bldg. Rises".
letter from Joyce Duggan Petruschell (Mrs. Robert) to Miss Helen; March 18, 1964
Clipping from CS Free Press, 12/10/1966; "Special Organ Music Will be Heard at Unitarian Church", re: music taken from book of Roland Jackson, brother of Wm. S. Jackson
Pioneer Museum Receiving Sheet and receipt; Sept. 24, 1970; re: receipt of book, Bechstein's Cage Birds
letter, Nov. 9, 1976 from Pioneers Museum to Judge Wm. S. Jackson

IN SEPARATE BOX
bracelet with braid of hair mounted in center and corresponding letter from Edith Jackson to Helen, 3/18/1971
pendant with 2 photos: daguerreotype of Major Edward B. Hunt; painting (?) of son Rennie Hunt, c1857
pressed violet

Folder 4: Helen Hunt & Wm. S. Jackson (?) Letters- originals, plus...
-letter- by both Helen H. & Wm. S., to his sister Hannah; May 22, 1876
letter/notes (?), written by Helen H. or Wm. S., to ?; re: article in the Alexander Times); Oct 4, 1878 ?
handwritten notes, re: Helen H.J., deeds of the house; n.d.

Folder 5: William. S. Jackson, Banker - Political
portrait of Wm. S. J.; c1915?
Day's Review newspapers; Jan 28- March 18, 1905

Folder 6: Bible notebook of Roland Jackson
Bible history, Old Testament); Oct. 11, 1903/Edith Banfield Jackson; Oct. 3, 1909 (?)

Folder 7: Mr. Charles H. Fiske, Trustee - Business Acct's. Book
[recorded by ?] Helen Banfield Jackson; Jan 1887 ?)-- Trustee under the will of Helen Hunt Jackson late of Colo. Spgs.

Folder 8: Book of handwritten poems possibly written by Helen B. Jackson?
valentine to Edith, from sister (Helen B.J. ?); 1905

Folder 9: Mining Papers & Yankee Doodle Mine Ledger, Leadville; 1878-9
Ledger 1878-79, Yankee Doodle Mine, Leadville: "Bills Payable" (wages?)
2 envelopes with handwritten notes, addressed to Wm. S. Jackson, Esq.
receipt from Stray Horse Corral, Leadville, signed Wm. C. Kelly; n.d.
Yankee Doodle/Capt. Plummer to Leadville Mfg. Co.; n.d.
statement of advances made by Wm. S. to the Yankee Doodle Mine (interest?) calculations March 29, 1878- Dec. 1, 1879
Carbonate Saw Mills (YD bought of); Feb 1, 1879
Yankee Doodle to J.S.D. Manville, dealer in hardware; Apr 1, 1879
Berdell & Witherell, ore buyers, recvd. of McIntyre Plummer & Co./ & Yank. Doodle Mine; Apr 19, 1878- Oct. 4, 1878
Office of Leadville Sampling Works, Eddy & James, bought of Plummer & Co./& YD Mine, July 1879 (3)
Grant's Smelting Works bought of YD; Sept 2, 1879
Elgin Mining & Smelting Co., bought of YD Mine, Nov. 4, 1879 & Sept. 2, 1879
La Plata Mining & Smelting Co. recvd. of McIntyre Plummer & Co/Yankee Doodle; Sept 2, 1879- Oct 17, 1879 (4)
Yankee Doodle Mine receipt to S.W. Smith; Oct 21, 1879
Yankee Doodle Mine receipt to S.W. Adams; Oct 1, 1879
Yankee Doodle Mine receipt to Denver, S. Park, Pacific Railroad Co.; 1879?
Identiture, March 11, 1882 (...?)

Folder 10: Dora M. Jones
First Natl. Bank, bill for rent on safety deposit box; Nov 25, 1922

Box 2

Folder 1: Roland Jackson
[1918 photo transferred to Jackson Family Photograph Collection, PP 85-30s]
two certificates concerning U.S. Army appt., 2nd lieutenant, infantry section; Nov 27, 1917

Folder 2: Helen Banfield Jackson correspondence
to sister Anne Fiske Banfield - Jan 9, 1899; June 12, 1898; May 1, 1899
to Mamie (sister Mary Chapman Banfield who married Samuel Avery of Wolfeboro, N.H. ?) -
Dec 29, 1892; June 4, July 18, Nov 6, 1893; July 16, June 27, Sept 15, Nov 18, 1894; July 16, 1895; June 1, 1899
to Momma (Mrs. Everett Colby Banfield; Anne Fiske Schofield Banfield ?) Aug 30, 1891; Dec 6, 1893; May 14, 28, Nov 5,1894; July 8, 1895; March 29, 1896; Sept 5, Oct 3, 1897; Jan 8, Feb 7, Dec 28, 1898; May 1, Jan 2, 1899
to sister Edith Colby Banfield, also known as Kitty? - July 18, Aug 1, Aug 12, 1898
to Katherine ? - Apr 19, 1889
to Momma from daughter Edith C. Banfield - May 18, 1890

Folder 3: Letters, 1869-91

to Momma from Edith C. Banfield - June 1, 1900
to ? from Aunt Kitty (Edith?) - July 1, 1900
to Everett C. Banfield from wife, Anne May 5, 1891, Dec. 28, 1869, July 1884
to sister Anne from Helen - July 8, 1889
to "Papa" (Everett C.Banfield) from daughter Mamie (Mary?)- May 30, 14, 18, 1885?
to Papa from Helen F. Banfield - Apr 23, 1884; May 12, 16, 1885
to Momma, Anne, from Helen F. Banfield - May 1884?
to Mama & Papa (Anne & Everett C. Banfield) May 8, 17, Apr 2, 1884
to Aunty (Helen Hunt Jackson) from Helen F. Banfield April 20, 1884
to sister Anne from Helen Fiske Banfield - Apr 16, 1884
to Papa (Everett C. Banfield) from Helen Fiske Banfield- June 23, 1879; Feb 17, June 9, 1878
to Papa from daughters Anne & Helen Fiske Banfield- July 18, 1873
to Everett C. Banfield from father J. Banfield- Sept 22, Oct 7, 1870; March 20, Apr 2, 1873
to Anne S.F.B. from cousin (Ann?) - Sept 13. 1871
to "Old Ban" from Bowles ? - Jan 12, 1872
to Everett C. Banfield from H ? - June 18, 1890
Bark "St. James"...?
Poem card...?

Folder 4: Helen Hunt Jackson References

3 letters- to "Gentlemen", from ?Sharpley?; Feb 28, May 10, Nov 4, 1834
letter to Joseph ? from Arthur ?; Mar 21, 1870
letter to Miss Helen Jackson from Josephine Pollett, Nov 23, 1923 re: Helen Hunt & Emily Dickinson letters
letter to Mr. Jackson , from Fred H. Bair, Superintendent, re: picture to hang in school; Nov 15, 1926
letter- to Miss Helen Jackson, re: publication of Helen Hunt Jackson letters to Emily Dickinson, from Thomas J. Wilson of Harvard Univ. Press; Mar 2, 1954
booklet- "Amherst, Mass....a storied past...a spirited present; n.d.
booklet sent to Miss Helen Jackson c/o Pioneer Museum, Colo. Spgs., from Walter Kerr Belknap, Conn., 1965: "Amherst, Mass., A College Town in New England", containing Helen Hunt biography; letter from Walter Kerr Belknap and a collection of misc. articles re: Helen Hunt
letter to Miss Helen Jackson, from Amherst Historical Society; Jan. 9, 1965
postcard of home of Emily Dickinson
Pamphlet of Dickinson Homestead, sent to Helen H. Jackson by Ann Daniel & Rhoda (Wilcox?)
E. Dickinson, "Profile of the Poet as Cook..."; book w/ letter to Mr. Jackson from Wendy Kohler (local Hist. teacher, Amherst); 2/9/?
"The Indians Cross & ...?"; handwritten poem by Helen Hunt
pp. 227-258 from Helen H.Jackson's, Bits of Travel
2 postcards- "Ramona's Marriage Place" & "Old Spanish Kitchen..."
"Ramona's Home: a Visit to the Camulos Ranch...", by Edward Roberts; from S.F. Chronicle
"The West, True Stories of the Old West"; June 1965 issue; w/ article "Helen H. Jackson, Great Friend of the Indians:, by Louise Cheney
"Interest Renewed in Local Pioneer...:, by Rhoda Davis Wilcox; article from The Sun; Dec 17, 1973
"Reminiscences of Helen Hunt- Helen Hunt Jackson's Career Recalled by one of her Old Friends"; article, n.d., source?
article: "Helen Hunt at Ft. Garland, 1877", by John J. Lipsey; July 9, 1955
"Current Books" by John Fetler, re: Helen H. Jackson, by Evelyn I. Banning
Royalty statements, Little Brown & Co. (in acct. w/ Estate of Helen H. Jackson); 1949-57
letter to Pat (Gardner Jackson ?), re: Helen Hunt Royalties, from Wm. S.Jackson (?); July 24, 1958
"Helen H. Jackson: an Essay Read Before the Denver Fortnightly Club on Dec 6, 1960"; by Margaret W/ Jackson; photocopy

Folder 5: to Wm. S. Jackson- Banker, 1871-1877

State of Colo., Attorney General's Office, A.J. Sampson; 1/16/1877; 12/25/1876
E.E. Hunt ?; n.d.
Denver, S. Park & Pacific Railroad Comp., right of way ?
Fred W. Pitkin, Attorney at Law; Jan 4, 21, 1877
5 check receipts from El Paso Co. Bank; Jan-May, 1877
Treas. Office, Pueblo Co., Colo., Geo. W. Morgan; Jan 5, 1877
Leonard Scott; June 10, 1877
Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.; Jan 18, 1877
Penn. Steel Comp., Henry I. Spaclenam?; Feb 2, 19, 1877
State of NY, Senate Chamber; Jan 22, 1877
C.S. Quinman ?; Jan 23, 1877
U.S. Senate Chamber, Wm. Teller (?); Feb 13, 18..?
Central Colo. Improvement Co., S.F. Parrish; Feb 26, 1877
to Dear "Old Man" from "Poun..ess" ?; Feb 27, 1877
Salomon Bros., Wholesale dealers in groceries...; Feb 28, 1877
Stanley, Stephens & Co., fresh oysters, signed John Stanley Jr.; March 5, 1877
Hannah J. Price (sister); March 12, July 15, 1877
Henry McAllister,Jr., Trustee; 3/18/1877
recpt. of El Paso Nat'l. Bank, Henry McAllister; 3/19/1877
I.V. Randall, Attorney and Counselor at Law & Notary Public; Apr 18, 1877
Dan'l. E. Parks, Attorney at Law; May 10, 1877
letter from Helen Malbourn; 6/4/1877
memorandum from Colo. Nat'l. Bank; Jun 29, 1877
Howard Schuyler, Jun 29, 1877
Chas. D. McPhee, Manf.; Jul 24, 1877
J.S. Reef ?; July 27, 1877
recpt. for registered letter; Jul 28, 1877
A.E.V. Thettem ?; Aug 1, 1877
W.H. Curtis for W.T. Holt; Aug 1, 1877
(11) Abbott, Woodward & Abbott assaying certificates; Aug 24, 1877
Raynolds Bros., Bankers; Aug 28, 1877
Colo. Spgs. Comp.; Sept 12, 1877
Solon W. Pingrey, Real Estate & Mining Broker; Sept 14, Dec 20, 1877
El Paso County Bank; Sept. 17, 1877; March 12, 1884 ?
Arthur Mirriam; Oct 7, 1877
B.T. Rockafeller ?; Oct 2, 19, Nov 22, 1877
Browne & Putnam, Attorneys at Law; Nov 12, 1877
A.B. Daniels; .. 22, 1877
Norman Z. Call ?; Dec 3, 1877
H.A. Ruby ?; Dec 20, 18..?
from Jas. B. Belford; Jan 20, 1877
from Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR Co; July 20, 1877
Interlocking Switch Comp.; Sept 30, 1871, Dec 15, 1877; & telegram
"Happy New Year" card of El Paso County Bank; 1874
rec'd of Elizabeth M. Evans; May 29, 1876
Leander J. Smith & Co., Bankers; Dec 28, 1876
Henry Limbach; Dec 30, 1876 & Jul 15, 1877
State of Colo. Senate Chamber, E.S. Randall; Jan 3, 1877 & Feb 27
County Treasurer, Douglas County Colo.; Jan 4, 1877; Dec 26, 1877
signed ? (2 names), NY; Jan 11, 1877
Post Office, J.C Henry Limbach, P.M.;Feb 5, Jan 11, 1877
G.A. McCormick; Jan 15, Mar 1, Apr 16, 1877
Chicago, Milwauk., & St. Paul Rwy Co, J.M. Bokee, Asst. Sec.; Jan, Apr, Nov, 1877
Humboldt Silver Mining Co.; Jan- Aug 6, 1877
Stanley, Stephens & Co., fresh oysters; Jan 26, 1877
H.R. Hunt, Jan 28, 1877
signed, lilia B. Todd ?, Jan 29, 1877
from Penn. Mutual Life Ins. Comp., signed ?; 2/2/1877
Harry King; Feb 12, 1877; Mar 20, 1877
Raynold's Bros., Bankers; Feb 17, 1877
The Mercantile Agency, R.G. Dun & Co.; Feb 26,1877
W.S. Alexander; Mar 2, 1877
W.H. Greenwood; March 6, 1877
Woman Suffrage Assoc.; Mar 15, 1877
Harry Baker; March 21, 1877
signed, Smendenhall?; Apr 2, 1877
from Seamless Steel Ware & Frog Co.; Apr 2, 1877, plus 6 items...
Ziegler Bros., Apr 5, 1877
O. Bell; 1877?
D. Rup Wood; Apr 21, 1877
Virginia Mining Co. of Rosita; R.N. Clark, manager; Apr 29, 1877
signed, ?, Harrisburg; May 1, 1877
Colo. Spgs. Comp., Henry McAllister, Jr., Exec. Dir.; May 14, 1877
John S. Davis; May 18, 1877
Elizabeth Weldy; May 21, 1877
St. Paul & Minneap. through freight line; May 22, Mar 2, 77
Mr.? E. Weldy; June 11, 1877
First Natl Bank of Denver, Geo. W. Kassler, Asst Cashier; 6/29 & 9/7, 1877
Mrs. C.B. Homis ?; July 8, 1877
James Ruff?; July 16,1877
A.E.V. Strettell ?; Jul 27, 1877
H.E. Malburn, +2 items; July 27, 1877
Wm G. Holt; Aug 6 1877
signed ?; Aug 8, 1877
Rough & Ready Mills; Aug 15, 1877
Dingee & Conard Co., Wholesale Nurserymen; Aug 20, Oct 4, 1877; Aug 2, 1884
Niagara Fire Ins. comp; Sep 4 1877
W.H. Colvin & Co., Sept 15, 1877
St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co.; Oct 9, 1877
Western Assurance Co.; Oct 19, 1877
Treasurer's office, Chicago County, Minn.; rec'd of L.M...? Sep 29, 1877
Chas. Walker, Lumber; Nov 7, 1877
Canada Life Assurance Co.; Nov 14, 1877
Norman Z. Call ?; Nov 17, 1877
? signed, Breckenridge, Colo.; Dec 7, 1877
John Young; Dec 7, 1877
T.R. Luane ?, Dec. 10, 1877
recpt.-Treasurer's office, Pueblo Coun., +letter, n.d.
Thos. H. Craven ?; Dec 26, 1877
Al. Townsend, Real Estate,Loan & Ins. Agent; Dec 27, 1877
Fred W. Pitkin, Attorney at Law; Dec 31, 1877
Branch & Assoc. Officers, The Mercantile Agency; Jan 31, 1877

Folder 6: Wm S. Jackson- Banker, Railroad Exec., 1878-1886

First Nat'l Bank; Jan 8, 1878
recpt.- Wm. S. Jackson to A.F. Muller, tailor; Jul 1, 1884
Colo. Spgs. Water Works; July 12, 1884; recpt.
telegram from Schuyler N. Warren & Co.; Jan 5, 1880
telegram from Kibbe (?); Feb 20, 1881
telegram from H.K. Jaenam?; 1881
from D.A. Gage & co.; Jan 1, 1881
from A.E.W. Lhittell ?; Jan 8, 1881
from J.B. Lovell ?; Sep 26, 1881
from Joseph F. Gibbs...; Oct 21, 1881
from H.H. Swift & Co.; Nov 16, 1881
from Geo. H. Jeffrey; Dec 6, 1881
telegram to Wm. S. Jackson, from E. Willer & Co.; Aug 2, 1883
Colo. Spgs. Hotel Comp. receipt and document signed by Wm. J. Palmer; Nov. 19, 1883
from County Clerk & Recorder, Pueblo, J.R. Andrews; Dec 12, 1883
Mexic. Nat'l Rwy Co., second mortgage debenture; Jan 1, 84
from Mrs. Wm. Moore; Jan 9, 1884
from Sperry & Co., market gardeners; Apr 17, Jan 25, 1884
from R. Behreus ?; Jan 29, 1884
from D.M. Richards; Jan 28, 1884
from T.N. Haskell ?; Feb 6, 1884
from S.H. Holden, S. Pueblo Nat'l Bank; Feb 7, 1884
from Charming Sweet, flour, feed, grain & hay; Feb 17, 1884
from G.A. McCormick,...coal...,; Feb 18, 1884
Miller & Powell, Mines & Real Estate; Feb. 27, 1884
recpt. from Wm A.Bell; Apr 2, 1884
from Wm. N. Drury ?; Apr 2, 1884
from M.R. Cross, Waterloo, Iowa; Apr 15, 1884
from Roberts Brothers, T. Niles ?, Publishers; May 8, 1884
from El Paso Co. Bank, signed ?; Jun 13, 1884
from Rollins & Young, investment securities; June 19, 1884
from W.J. Palmer, Mexican Nat'l. Rwy Co.; Jun 21, 1884
from the Mexican Nat'l. Constr. Co., Walter Hinchman ?, Pres.; Jun 21, 1884
to O.J. Canda ? & Wm.S. Jackson, Trustees; from Mexic. Nat'l Rwy. Co., W.J. Palmer, Pres.; June 21, 1884
from E.D. Greenwood; Jul 1, 1884
to Wm.S. Jackson for Mr. C.H. White, from Harding, Colby & Co; Jul 3, 1884
from the Dingee & Conard Co, rose growers; Jul 15, 1884
recpt.- signed by Wm. H. Geseltracht, Treas.?, Rio Grande Western Cons. Co.; Jul 21, 1884
from N. Pacific Railroad Comp., Chas. B. Lamborn, Land Commissioner; Jul 20, 1884
recpt. from Elwood Cooper; Aug 11, 1884
from Waters Pierce Oil Comp; Sep 10, 1884
from Martha E. Howard; Sep 17 1884
from City Nat'l Bank of Denv.; Sep 19, 1884; enclosed..?
Denv. & Rio Grande Rwy telegram; ? 19, 1884; signed R.E. Richer?
recpt. from Dunlap & Co., NY; Oct 1, 1886
telegram from L.R. Tucker...? 1881
Treas. office, Arap. Co.; Jan 17, 1881
A.L. Lawton ?; Feb 4, 1881
signed ?, New York; Feb 5, 1881
H.J. Cater ?; Feb 9, 1881
Montague & Vanderhoof, Bankers & Brokers, J.A.Baker; Apr 11, 1881
telegram from Schuyler N. Warren & Co.; Nov 21, 1881
Edison Elctrc. Light Co., F.S. Hashings ?, Treasurer; Nov. 21, 1883
to Ellwood Cooper, for olive oil; 1884
County Treas., Douglas Co., M.L. James; May 5, 1884
recpts- Treas. office, Doug Co., recv'd of Wm.S.J., May 15; of Jackson & Dodge, May 15, 1884
J.C. Berlin?; June 13, 1884
Pueblo Smelting & Refining Co.; 6/14/1884 + recp't. from El Paso Co. Bank,6/13
tele.-Lovejoy, Fred K.- Pres. of D & RG RR; July 30, 1884
tele.-Ricker, R.E., engineer; Aug 20, 1884
recpt. from The Denver Club; Sept 4, 1884
Americ. District Telegraph Co.; Oct 14, 1885
tele.; from Drexel, Morgan & co., Bankers; Dec 10, 1885
tele.- Taintor & Holt, Bankers & Brokers; Dec 11, 1885
Mrs. C. Parrish ?; 10/13/1881
U.S. Senate, Wm.Teller; Jun 17, 1886
misc. handwritten notes re: Jackson Family, R.R. Co., formulas, etc.; n.d.

Folder 7: Wm.S. Jackson- Banker/Railroad Exec., 1887-1888

recpt.-A.L.Dana, hardware, stoves & tinware;Dec 17, 1888?
J.N. Carlile & co., RR contractors; June 16, 1887
from Pueblo, Gunnison & Pacific Railroad Co.; Dec 8, 1888
Deposit Slip, El Paso Co. Bank; 1887-89
Jno. M. Waldron, attorney at law; Jan 5, 1887
R.F. Weitbrec; Jan 12, 1887
Mendenhall & Haines, loans, real estate...+recpt.; 4/27/87
W.W. & L.B. Strait, gen. ins., real estate & loan agent; 4/29/87
Colo. Fuel Co.; Apr 29, 1887
G.H. Halkinburo?; Apr 29, 1887
Andrew, McClelland & Co., grain, hay, flour, feed; May 3, 1887
Alexander & Green; May 6, 1887
H.H. Thomas & W.W. Acheson, real estate & loans; 5/9/87
W.L. Johnson, attorney & counselor; 5/14/87
Denver & Rio Grande West. Rwy Co.; May 17, 1887
Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Co.; May 17-Dec 24, 1887
Navajo Oil & Improvement Co.; May 20, 1887
Penn. Lead Co., John L. McNeil, Gen. West Agent; 5/21/87
teleg.- C.W. Drake; 5/23/1887
handwritten notes re: Mex. Natl. Rwy, etc; signed Dr. Bell; May 23, 1887
signed, ? Jackson (brother); Pittsburgh, 6/4/87
Jas. Hillorris, Treas.; Jun 6, 1887
Drexel, Morgan & Co.; June 7, 1887
Mrs. Sargent; Jun 8, 1887
State Board of Land Commissioners, Colo; Jun 8, 1887
J.A. Layton ?; Jun 8, 1887
Mesa Co., Colo., J.A. Layton, County Clerk; 6/11 & 6/14/87
Law office of Burris & Caswell; June 9, 1887
Jefferson City Tribune, E.B. Ewing, editor; Jun 12, 1887
Hamilton Bros., Bankers & Brokers; June 13, 1887
Trimble & Hunter, Bankers; Jun 13, 1887
Maitland, Phelps & Co.; Jun 14, 87
Charles J. Canda; Jun 14, 30, 1887
Philed. Comp., suppliers of natural gas; June 16, 87
Mexic. Natl Rwy Co.; Jun 17, 1887
Mrs. R.E. Newland, M.D.; Jun 17, 1887
I.W. Stanton, Pueblo; June 23, 1887
article: "Helen Hunt Jackson- Tribute to Her Memory Suggested by a Visit to Her Grave", by Wm. E. White; Denver, July 1887
Hayden & Dickinson, invest. bankers; Jul 2, 1887
Colo. Electric Comp., f.C. Young, Sec. & Treas.; July 2,1887 + 1 item
letter to Wm H. Greenwood, fromR.F. Weitbrec, Sec.; Aug, 1887? & map
Thom. C. Clayton; Aug 12, 87
Robt. Grant, slaughterer; Aug 16, 1887
Charming Sweet ?; Sep 14, 1887
tele.- Mellor & Co.; Oct 4, 1887
Geo. A. Crawford; Nov 1, 1887
Ed. Dunscomb, M.D.; Dec 28, 1888
Colo. Coal & Iron Co.; Feb 9, 1888
L.H. Gause ?; Apr 9, 1888
tele.- T.E. Lyster ?; 8/29/88
from Denver to Ft. Worth & the Gulf, Pan-handleroute, signed ?; Nov 1, 1888
Law Offices of Markham & Dillon; Nov 14, 1888
recpt.-St. John & Marsh Co., lumber...; Dec 31, Nov 20, 1888
Mrs. J. Guthrie; Dec 5, 1888
recpt.- G.S.Barnes & Son; Dec 26, 1888
recpt.- Reynolds & McConnell, Lumber; 12/28 & 12/31/88
State of Colo., Douglas Co, W.H. Howerton, treas.; Dec. 28, 1888
recpt.- Newton Lumber Co.; Dec 31, 1888

Folder 8: Wm. S. Jackson, Banker; 1889-1909

recpt. from Wm. Lennox, coal, for Mrs. Wm. S. Jackson; Jan 1, 1889
from A.A. Denman, cashier, Denver Nat'l Bank; Jan 2, 5, 1889
from Bernard Gilpin ?; Jan 10, 1889
from Isaac Johnson, Stocks & Bonds; 3/1/89
to Wm. S. Jackson from W.W. Borst ?, re: birth of son; March 25, 1889
letter to "Mother Banfield", from Wm.S.Jackson; Aug 12, 1891
to Mr. Fisher ?, from Wm. J. Palmer; June 23, 1899; signed by Thos. A. Fisher, John Landstrom ?, & W.A. Bell; July 8, 1899
recpt., T.S. Brigham, dealer in levestock, etc... for Wm. S. Jackson; Oct 31, 1891
letter to "Dear Sirs" from Mortimer F. Taylor; Nov 12, 1902
Costilla Land & Investment Co.: packets contaning "modified financial plan", "purchase agreement","descriptive statement", etc.
San Luis Southern Railway Comp.: packets containing "purchase agreement", "financial plan", etc.
documents from Offices of Brooks & Smith, counsellors at Law, re: Costilla Estates; & Apr 15, 1909
various documents regarding Costilla Land... & San Luis Oct 4, 1907
recpt.- N.O. Johnson & Sons, Dry goods & carpets; Jun 1, 1898
Manhattan Club invitation; Jan 10, 1889
handwritten notes, numbers; n.d
Gowdy & Andrew, publishers; Jan 1, 1889
J.W. Stanton, ?, +2 items;; Feb 8, 1889
Denver & Rio Grande West. Rwy, traffic dept., J.H. Bennett, agent; 1/5/89
H.S. Van Keuren & Co., 1/8/89
Soutter & Co., Bankers, NY; Jan 10, 1889
State Insane Asylum, P.R. Thombs, M.D., Sup't.; 1/11/89
Chicago Lumber Co.; Jan 14, 1889
Law office of Urmy & Crane; Jan 15, 1889
J.L. Blare ?; Jan 16, 1889
post card & letter- M. Green; Feb 27, Jan 14, Jan 17, 1889
NY Central & Hudson River RR Co., E. Clark Jr., agent; 1/3/89
Isaac Jackson, stocks & bonds; 1/25/89
Hicks & Bailey, real estate & loans; Jan 26, 1889
Ed. Dunscomb, M.C.; 1/31/89
Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Co.; Jan 3, 1889
deposit slip, Denver Natl. Bank; 1/26/89
Scott Dewite ?, Edgerton, Colo. to Hon. Pres of El Paso Co. Bank; Feb 18, 1889
Alfred Carr & Co, banking; 2/27/1889
N.W. Harris & Co., bankers; March 4, 1889
J.L. Meredith ?; Mar 2, 1889
T.E. Loomis ?, Poughkeepsie, NY; Mar 27, 1889
H.P. Berinch; Apr 6, 1889
City Natl. Bank of Denver, John R. Hanna, cashier
tele.- A.S. Soone ?; Aug 31, 1889
Geo. W. Smith, Jun 8, 1893 +clipping: "26,000 Miles has G.W. Smith of Woodward Travelled in a Year"; June 3
recpt.- for Mrs. Jackson, from Mrs. Norris, for clothing
recpt.- Colo .Spgs. Drug Comp.; Apr 1, 1898
recpt.-NY Electric Co.; Apr 30, 1898
recpt.- Wilbur Dry Goods Co.; May 31, 1898
recpt.- St. John Bros., fine plumbing & house heating; May 31, 1898
recpt.-Colo. Spgs. Furniture Co.; May 31, 1898
recpt.- Giddings Bros., Dry Goods & Carpets; 5/31/98
recpt.- Sinton Bros. Dairy; May 1898
recpt.- Holbrook & Perkins, clothing, etc.; 6/1/98
recpt.- Brown Wall Paper & Paint Co.; Jun 1, 1898
recpt.- Thos. Hughes, fancy & imported groceries; 6/1/98
recpt.- Matt Conway, boots, shoes...; Jun 1, 1898?
recpt.-Wm. Clark, florist; Jun 1, 1898
recpt.-F.E. Robinson, Druggist; Jun 1, 1898
recpt.- Siney & Herman, dealers in meats,...; 6/1/98
letter/recpt.-Harper's Weekly club; June 8, 1898
recpt.-C.S.Steam Carpet Cleaning Works; Jun 16, 1898


Box 3

Folder 1: Everett B. Jackson- Financial 1917-22
New England Trust Co., checkbook/checks, account statements (Oct. 1920-June 1921)
First National Bank of C.S.- checks; Aug 1920-1922
Amherst College, Junior Achievement Committee; Gardner Jackson, Chairman; Bonds receipts ?, 1917-1920

Folder 2: Everett B. Jackson, Business 1920-21
recpts.- Bureau of War Risk Insurance; Dec 1920- Apr 1921
recpt.-Warren R. Kershaw, insurance; Jan 6 1921
Notice of Assessment of Inheritance Tax, Wm. S. Jackson- deceased; March 13, 1920
recpt.- Internat'l. Textbook Comp.; Dec 21, 1908
recpt.- Phi Beta Kappa Society, initiation fee; 3/5/1913
"Directions for Using the Universal Drafting Machine" (2 copies)
bill- from the Society of American Military Engineers to Everett B. Jackson- dues from July 1, 1923- June 30, 1924
statement of tax dues, 1920
recpt. of tax dues, 1920 & 1917
recpt.- New England Trust Comp., safe deposit dept.; Feb. 1, 1921-22
from E.H. Rollins & Sons, investment bonds; Nov. 16, 1920; ? letter on back
letter to Charles H. Fiske, Jr. from WSJ; Dec 9, 1920
to WSJ from Fiske; Nov 23, 1920
from Bierbauer & Jackson, attorneys at law, signed Wm. S.J., Jr.; Nov 29, 1920-Apr 18, 1921
copy letter to H.N. Heacock from WSJ; Nov 13, 1920
to Pat/Gardner Jackson, from WSJ; Jan 26, 1921
to H.W. Kautz, from WSJ; Apr 25, 1921
to WSJ from Thos. Kelly, Jun 9, 1921; & letter to Everett on back, from Wm.
to WSJ from Nathan F. Banfield, Agent of the Jackson Heirs; Jan 8, 1921
page #2 of letter to Pat/Gardner Jackson, from WSJ, brother
to Stockholders of the Wallowa Timber Comp. (Everett B.J.) & letter on back from WSJ; Oct 21, 1920
to Everett from WSJ; Jul 6, 1920
copy of letter to Equitable Trust Co., from WSJ; Jul 6, 1920
to Everett from WSJ, May 17, 1921
from Van Riper, Day & Co.; May 17, 1921
debit recpt. for Everett B. Jackson; 5/21/1920
from The Equitable Trust Comp. of N.Y.; Jan 6, Jun 15, Aug 12, 1920
from Nat'l Provincial & Union Bank of England; May 15, 1920
Amherst College Football Assoc., Season of 1916; letterhead?
Les Progress de la Physique Modern Societe...?
from Chief, Military Intelligence Section, re: translation by Priv. Everett B. Jackson; July 1, 1917

IN SEPARATE BOX: Everett B. Jackson's Croix de Guerre, 1916 and six books:
Heavy (Coast) Artillery, Orientation. Compiled by Major Walton C. Clark. Ft. Monroe, Va.: Coast Artillery School, 1918
The Cyclecar Manual, 2nd ed., 1913?
The Coventry Victor 5/7 H.P. Flat Twin Engine and Spare Parts List, 1919
Henderson Parts List, Model K and all Previous Models; 1918-21
Universal Drafting Machines
Elementary plates in mechanical drawing and descriptive geometry drawn at the engineering school of Colorado College by the Class of 1915.; E.B. Jackson; 1911-12

Folder 3: Everett B. Jackson- Patents, 1919-23
-USA Patent #1390441 for... motor vehicles; Sep 13, 1921;
signed by acting Commissioner of Patents ?, w/ description, prints, copies, etc.
How We Get Patents, H.B. Wilson & Co., Patent Lawyers, 34th ed., 1917
The Harley-Davidson Sport Model; date?
various handwritten notes concerning patents; includes formulas, etc; n.d.
concerning patent #1390441, correspondences w/ Munn & Co., etc.
recpt. of payment, from U.S. Patent Office; Feb 13, 1923
recpt. for registered article no. 19062; Feb 10, 1923
from Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Patent Office; May 12, 1923
Preliminary Examination. Report.; May 3, 1919

Box 4

Folder 1: Everett B. Jackson's Death; Jan 1, 1924
"Helen Hunt's Nephew Falls to Death Near Her Grave in Canyon"- news clipping, copy; Jan 4, 1924
letter to Wm. Jr. (brother), Mar 7, 1924, from Lucy K. Nimming ?, Coronado, Ca.
to Wm., from Mrs. L.H. Eleehveltz ?, 1100 Grant, Denver, Co.; Feb 28, 1924
to Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Jackson, Feb 25, 1924, from Lucy H. Initcay Upton ?, Oberlin, Ohio
to "Billy", from Cousin "Hub", Seattle, WA.; 2/3/1924
to Mr.& Mrs. Wm. Jackson, from Mary Fox, Chicg.; 1/24/1924
to Wm., from Major/Marjory ? Palmer Watt, England; 1/22/24
to "Bill", from "Sis", Mass., Jan 17, 1924
to Wm., from W.V. Flaherty, NY; Jan 14, 1924
to Wm., from Laura Gilpin, NY; Jan 11, 1924
from Mrs. Marguerite Brehant:, Wash. D.C.; 1/10/1924
from The Internat'l. Committee of Young men's Christian Assoc, signed, harry E. Ewing; Jan 9, 1924
from Ernest Brehart, Wash. D.C.; Jan9, 1924
to Mrs. Wm. J.(Jean), from Anne Gates (card); 1/9/1924
to Jean, from Alise Cushing Gardiner ?; Jan 8, 1924
to Jean from Emma M. Gilpin (card)
from Fanny A. Tucker
from Varina ? Webb
to Jean from Anne (Gardner's Wife?), Cragmoor
Hannah Taylor-Muir; Jan 7, 1924
from Mr. & Mrs. Richard Melville Day
to Helen, from Maude Bard Warren, Jan 7, 1924
to Wm., from Harry Jackson, Jan 7, 1924
from Cora Peabody Rogers (Mrs. James Gratford Rogers), 1/7/24
from Wm. F. Richards, Jan 5, 1924
from Charles C. Mierow, Jan 5, 1924
from Bertha W. Fowler, 1225 Wood Ave., jan 4, 1924
from Ernestine Parsms ?
C.S. Evening Telegraph, Jan 4 1924, "Jackson's Body Found..."

TELEGRAMS FROM FRIENDS
G.W. Bierbauer (law partner), Jan 7
Wm. S. Slocum (CC Pres.-former), Jan 5
The Careys, Penn., Jan 7
Lucy H.M. Upton, Ohio, Jan 7
Anne B.L. Polk, Penn., Jan 7
John M. Maguire, Cambridge, Mass., Jan 5
Kent Mitchell, Chicago- Steamboat Spgs. friend, Jan 4
Ed. Rosamond, Majorie Trumb, Lindly Kent, Syracuse, NY, Jan 7
Mary Hemming, Long Beach, Ca.; Jan 7

TELEGRAMS FROM RELATIVES
Paul D. Cravath, NY NY, Jan 4
Kitty, Jan 4
Aunt Mamie, Jan 4
Virginia, NY NY, Jan 5
Aunt Alice Chalmbers, Jan 5
Isabel & Wm. B. Jackson, Jan 6
Wm. R. Davenport, Jan 7
Cousin Mabel, Jan 4
Aunt Anne, Jan 5
Nathan F. Banfield, Jan 5 (and duplicate)
Nat'l. Press Bureau to Mrs. Everett D. Jackson, Feb.26

Folder 2: Everett B. Jackson, 1923

Christmas Cards
Mary Hemming
Billy & Mary Howbert ?
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. R. Davenport, Dec 21, 1923
Pittsfield jacksons ?, Mass., Dec 17
Cousin Kittie, Dec 21, 1923
Betty, Dugald, Dugald III, & David (Jackson), Dec17
Charles & Alice Lansing ?
Mr. & Mrs. Frederic Atherton Adams
Lucy H.M. Upton, Oberlin, Ohio
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Francis Emery
Clem (Gile?)
Louise Freland ?
Leabel?, Mary, John- w/photo
Everett, Mabel, Betty & Buster Banfield, Austin, Minn.
Stace W. Bloom ?
?, Grand Central Station, NY
to Everett, from Kent O. Mitchell, Dec 20, 1923
from Dora M. Jones (Aunt); 10/12/23
from "Sis", Genoa, Italy; Aug 14, 1923
"to Friend Major", from J.M. Andrews, Akron, Ohio; 8/20/23
Elliot W. Peckhorn ?, Apr 24, 1921
Rowie (AWL), Mar 28, 1921
Reg. Jacob ('Cobs) ?; Feb 6, 1921
F.J. Wylie, Oxford; Nov 27, 1923
"A Trip to Europe", by Natalie Marston & Helen Jackson
to Equitable Trust Co. of NY; Dec 17, 1923
from Society of American Military Engineers, Oct 26, 1923; bill, July 1, 1923
from Univ. Press Assoc, NY, Oct 25, 1923; & return post card
from Triplex Machine Tool Co., Oct, 23 & Jul 1, 1923 +3 items
2 roughs of agreement w/ Coburn Library, Colo. Coll.
Wyoming Tie & Timber Co., Stockholders meeting, Dec 1923; signed by Everett
2 recpts. ?; Dec 10 1923
5 misc. items

Folder 3: Everett B. Jackson- Writings

"The Nature of the Atom"
letter to "Cousin Wee"; Oct. 30, 1923, w/ "The Story of an Insane Man"
"The Great Work (the Constructive Principle of Nature in Individual Life)", by John Richardson Emmett (?)
"Members of the Graduating Class of 1919, of Cheyenne School..."- Commencement Address
"In the Fields of France...", story (?)
"The Problem of the Age", n.d.
2 pages, handwritten formulas ?
"Tony's Bit, a Study in Psychology"
4 misc. pages, formulas

Folder 4: Everett B. Jackson- Financial Investments, 1920-21

E.H. Rollins & Sons, Investment Securities, recpt.; Sep 1920; & Penn. Public Service Corp. Bonds info.
Kidder, Peabody & Co., +card; June 11, 1921; & United Drug Co. bonds info.
Van Riper, Day & Co., Investment Bankers; Nov 10, 1920; March 24, 1921; Midwest Engine Comp. Stock info.
Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corp., stock info.
Brooke, Stokes & Co., Bankers; Oct 1, 1921
Hazlehurst, Flannigan & Comp., Investment Securities; Feb 8, 1923; Anaconda Copper Mining Comp. packet
W.H. Hager & Co., Invest. Securities, recpt.; Dec 21, 1922
list of bonds transferred prior to father's death...
Sidlo. Simons. Fels & Co.; Jan 1, 1921
Equitable Trust Co. of N.Y.; Aug 1, 1923
First Natl Bank, account statements; 1922-23
First Natl Bank checks, 1922-23
Equitable Trust Comp. of N.Y. checks; 1921, 1923

Folder 5: Everett B. Jackson- Personal Correspondences; Military

article: "He'll Get to be Gunner even if trigonometry, etc. is all his mathematics"
Gaz. Tel., May 12, 1917: "Former ambulance driver in France returns home..."
Letters
to Evie, from Roland; May 18, 1913
to Papa, from Roland; Oct 21, 1915/ +from Aunt Dora, Nov 1, 1915 on back side (?)
to Edie, from Evie ?; Dec 9, 1923
to Sis, from Evie; Feb 10, 1923
to Sis, from ?; Dec 11, 1923
to Sis, from ?; Dec 26, 1923
to Edie, from ?Bro; Dec 17, 1923
to Everett, from Wm. Banfield J. (Cousin Wee?); Dec 30, 1922
to Gardner J., Pat, from brother Wm. Jr.; Sep 20,1922
to Evie, from Wm. Jr., Mar 9, Aug 5, Aug 6, Aug 28, Sep 21, July 9, May 22, Apr 26 (2), Apr 27, Aug 7- 1922
from Pat; Mar 25, 1915
to Pat, from Wm.- Aug 12, May 25, Sep 18, Aug 10, 1922
(copies sent to Everett by Wm.)
to Evie from Pat; Dec 22, 1922
to Pat, from Everett, Dec 12, 1923
to Pat from Wm.; Mar 27, May 11,1923; July 11, 1922 (copies sent to Everett by Wm.?); & to Wm. from J.C. Mitchell, Jul 10, 1922
to Evie, from Pat; Sep 14, 1923
"Dear Colorado", from Reg. Jacobs ('Cobs); Nov 20, 1920
to Evie from Florian Cajori; Oct 30, 1920
to Evie, from Charles H. Toll; Nov 21, 29, Dec 11, 1920
to Evie, from Abigail A. Eliot, Boston; Jan 5, 1921
to Rev. H.C. Stanley, Walpole Rectory, from Isabel Luckraft, re: Evie
to Dalton Mfg. Corp., Conn., Dec 23, 1923
to Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. & Supply Co.; Dec 18
to Prof. Toll, Dec 3, 1920
"My Dear Colorado", from "Ma"; March 18, 1922
to Colo. (Evie), from Rowie ?, St. Bartholomew's Hosp.; Jan 22, 1923
envelope- to Ever. from Miss Frances ? Adams; Aug 24, 1923
Wayne Knit Hosiery ad- shaped like foot
membership card for Ev.- Active member of the Society of American Military Engineers, 1922
"The Towers of Oxford", ad for pen & ink drawing ???
announcement of election to Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Chapter of Colo., Colo. College; Feb 20 1913; reception at Mr. Gile's house, March 6, 1913
post card w/photo- 6 men includ. Everett
from J.T. Wylie ? on Rhodes Scholarships letterhead, to Mr. Jackson; 9/15/22
from Rhodes Scholarship Trust; Sep 11, 1922
Coat of Arms for ????
Honneur Patrie, Citations a L'ordre de La Division; 1915?
handwritten in French, Apr, 1907
from Ministere de la Guerre re: Field Service
American Field Service in France; n.d.
American Ambulance Filed Service; Dec 13, 1916
American Field Service, re: presentation of the American Field Service Medal, etc.
Ordre de citations, no. 118; Jul 18, 1916
Ordre de Mouvement 836; 1/18/1917 (2 copies)
Section Sanitaire Americaine No. 3.; May 27, 1916
form, typed in French ?

Folder 6: Everett B. Jackson; Military & Insurance, 1916-
"Permis de sejour", Ville de Nice; w/photo of Everett, age 23; Apr 4, 1915
Evert. appt. to Major Coast Artillery Corps, from Pres. of USA. Oct. 25, 1918; recorded Feb 17, 1919
from U.S.Veterans Bureau, Oct 19, 1923
envelope of life insurance recpts.- US Veterans Bureau, June 1921- Jan 1924; & pamphlet re: Veteran life insurance policy
"Premium rates & policy values for US Govt. Life Insur.": Age 30; Age 32; 1919
2 applications for conversion to US Govt. Life Insur. (one filled out by Evert.-Dec 1922; one blank)
"New & Liberal Features of War Risk Insur." 1920 pamph.
pamph. from Bureau of War Risk Ins. re:....
US Veterans Bureau... "The Ordinary Life Policy"- pack.
to Everett., from U.S. Veterans...(2); Dec 9, 1922
from War Dept., Chief, Military Intelligence Section, to Capt. R.N. Hayden... re: translation by E.B.J.; Jul 1917
Liberty Loan conversion recpt.; 5/29/23
Liberty Loan Exchange recpt.; 12/11/22
income tax figures, 2pp.; n.d.
recpt.- Shove, Hager & Co.; Nov 7, 1923
Van Riper, Day & Co., Investment Bankers; Oct 30, 1923
First Nat'l Bank recpt; 6/5/23
First Nat'l Bank deposit slip; 12/18/22
return post card- Homecoming Hospitality Committee, Colo. College; Nov 1923
return p. card- Pres. Frank Aydelotte, Swarthmore Coll., PA
3 items, numbers, figures,...
item- Constitution Underwriters of the Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co. ?
(copy) to H.W. Kautz, Esq., from Wm. S.J., Jr., Mar 8, 1921
to Ev., from Wm, Mar 8, 10, 22, 1921
to Ev., from H.W. Kautz, Mar 27, May 23, 1921
to Wm. from H.W. Kautz, march 17, 1921
to H.W. Kautz from Ev.?, March 19, 1921? (2 copies)
to Wm., from Ev.; April 17,1921
to H.W. Kautz, from Wm. Mar. 10, 1921
to Ev., from H.W. Kautz; Apr 8, 1921
"Summary of Report" re: Lovato/Lobato? Grant, by Col. H.A. Allen, consulting engineer
letters of ref. of Colonel Henry A. Allen


Folder 7: Everett B. Jackson- Rhodes Scholarship, Oxford, US Army
Letters, 1913-18
"Rhodes Scholarship Men Address by Prof. Frank Aydelotte..."
Rhodes Scholarship Statement for the Academic Year, 1921-22
Rhodes Scholarship Memorandum USA, 1923
to Everett B.J., from Florian Cajori, Dec 30, 1913

Letters of Recommendation to Rhodes Scholarship Committee of Colorado:
James B. Gregg; Dec 8, 1913
to Mr. Parsons, from Guy H. Allbright; Dec 16, 1913
Colo. College Transcript, 1910-14
John T. Chambers, Uncle; Dec 10, 1913
Geo. M. Howe; Dec 19, 1913
LLoyd L. Shaw, Colo. College; Dec 11, 1913
Claude J. Rothgeb, Athl. Dir., Colo. Coll.; Dec 27 1913
Kent O. Mitchell (2); Dec 15, 1913
M.C. Gile; Dec 20, 1913
Wm. Strieby; Dec 11, 1913
Ella L. Taylor; Dec 22, 1913
Wm. Watson Ranney, Pastor; Dec 12, 1913
D.G. Patterson, Ticket Agent, D & RG RR Co.; Dec 18, 1913
First Nat'l. Bank of Austin, N.F. Banfield; Dec 6
Roger H. Motten ?, Colo. Coll.; Dec 3
Atherton Noyes, Prof. English, Colo. Coll., n.d.

Rhodes Scholarship - General
Memorandum, USA, 1920 w/application
to scholars, from Frank Aydelotte, Amer. Secre., Mass. Inst. of Tech.; Apr 15, 1920
to Dean Hellems, MIT, Aug 7, 1920; from F. Aydelotte...
to Comm. of Selection, from F. Aydelotte... Aug 7, 1920
to Everett B.J. from Clason, Springfield, Mass.; Jan 31, 1921

Oxford Notices & Information
to Sampson, from Lendesdorf ?, re: Everett, on Oxford Univ. Registry letterhead; Oct 10 1914
to Everett, from F.J. Wylie, Oxford; Jun 26, 1914
U. Oxford, Delegacy of Local Examinations- "Everett B.J. showed sufficient merit..."; Oct 1913, July 1914
U. Oxford Registry- Everett admitted to status of "Foreign Senior Student w/ exemption from Greek; Oct 29, 1914
written in Greek/Latin?, re: Everett; Oct 10, 1914
handwritten list of ?colleges?
notice- Oxford Delegacy of Local Exam.
instructions to scholars elected for the year 1914

U.S. Army Orders
Coast Artillery School, Dept of Enlisted Specialists Motor Transportation Course, Aug 14, 1910 (2 copies)
list of men who "paid for rations on Baltimore Trip"- handwritten
memorandum for Capt. Jackson, Aug. 10, 1918
from Coast Artil. Sch., Fr. Monroe, VA.- special orders Jul 13, 1918
instr. for the classifying & rating of commissioned officers

U.S. Army Papers
Headquarters Coast Artillery Training Center- special orders; Dec 10, 1918
Ordre de Citations (2 copies); Jul 18, 1916
from Wm. S. Biddle, War Dept., Adjutant General's office; Jul 13, 1920, to Pvt. Everett B.J. (2 copies)
to Adj. Gen. of Army, from Board of Officers; Jun 25, 1917
to Adj. Gen. of Army, from Recruit Everett B.J., F.A., unassigned; Jun 4, 1917
indiv. record of Everett, candidate for appt. as provisional 2nd Lieut.
Honorable Discharge from US Army, Nov 26, 1917
Coast Artillery School- special orders; 8/14/18
War Dept.- special orders- Oct. 29, 1918; extract/ Feb 11
Coast A.S.-special orders- by order of Col. Lundeen (3); Mar 19, 1918
to Adj. Gen. Army ?, from Everett ?; (2); Oct. 30, 1918
tele.- to Commanding Officer? from Harris; 10/29/18
US Army- Everett appointed to Corporal...; Jul 9, 1917


William S. Jackson Papers, Part 4, Ms 0365
Gift of William Jackson of Denver, 2002.

Contents: cancelled checks written by Jackson, 1882-1917. 1 box.

 
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