Object Type: Folder
In root of archive
A Thumbnail Sketch of Morrison, Colorado, by Dan Rohrer
A group of photos, letters and news clippings about the famous hackberry tree on Arvada's Hackberry Hill, compiled by the Archives. In 1936, the Colorado Highway Department and Works Progress Administration (WPA) planned to straighten Wadsworth Ave. over the top of the hill requiring destruction of the tree. Due to citizen opposition, the State made plans to transplant the tree instead. A ditch was dug around it in preparation for the move. However, one night in January, 1937, an Arvada man, tired of all the fuss, cut the tree down before they could finish the job.
Ledger listing tolls paid by travelers on the Bear Creek Toll Road
The History of El Dorado Springs
Historical Hodgepodge: Stories of Morrison's Past
Name index to Series 114: County Court Correspondence and Court Papers
Jefferson County Schools Before 1950
1971 City directory for Golden and surrounding area
Childhood memories of Ken-Caryl Ranch by a descendent of the original owners
Memoirs of Sarah Ann Baker documenting her childhood and her family's overland journey from Illinois to Kansas Territory and to Colorado Territory in the 1860s.
Home movie documenting a family's visit to Tiny Town in 1931
Family memoirs, photographs, and scrapbook pages of the Wesselman Family of Morrison, Colorado