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Lois Borland Collection: Box 2 Files 51-73

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Lois Borland Collection: Series 1, Box 2, Files 51-73

Box 2, Files 51-73: Contents

File 51 - SYLVANITE
File 52 - TAX RECORDS
File 53 - TIN CUP (1 of 2)
File 54 - TIN CUP (2 of 2)
File 55 - TOMICHI
File 56 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (1 of 6)
File 57 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (2 of 6)
File 58 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (3 of 6)
File 59 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (4 of 6)
File 60 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (5 of 6)
File 61 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (6 of 6)
File 62 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Newsletters
File 63 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Newspaper Articles
File 64 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Programs (1 of 2)
File 65 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Programs (2 of 2)
File 66 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Top O’ the World (1 of 2)
File 67 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Top O’ the World (2 of 2)
File 68 - WHITE PINE
File 69 - UTE INDIANS (1 of 5)
File 70 - UTE INDIANS (2 of 5)
File 71 - UTE INDIANS (3 of 5)
File 72 - UTE INDIANS (4 of 5)
File 73 - UTE INDIANS (5 of 5)

File 51 - SYLVANITE

Clipping - Reprint of NEWS-CHAMPION ARTICLES:
Phillips, J. E. “J.E. Phillips Tells of Days when Sylvanite Was Town of 5000.”

File 52 - TAX RECORDS

Various tax receipts of J. H. Curtis.

File 53 - TIN CUP (1 of 2)

Manuscripts and Notes:
“So the People May Know.” typed manuscript.
“Source.” typed manuscript. [sources on Tin Cup information].
“Tin Cup.” typed manuscript. (forty-two pages)

File 54 - TIN CUP (2 of 2)

Manuscripts and Notes:
Typed manuscript. (fifteen pages)
Typed manuscript. (forty pages)

File 55 - TOMICHI

Clippings:
“Tomichi.” June 16, 1881.
“First Settlers in Tomichi.” Gunnison Daily Review. July 18, 1882.
“Tales of the Old West.” [attributed to] Gunnison Tribune. March 10, 1899. Re: snow slide that ended Tomichi.
Manuscripts and Notes:
“Tomichi City.” typed manuscript. White Pine Journal. April 19, 1881. (nine pages)
Borland, Lois. Handwritten notes on Tomichi.

File 56 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (1 of 6)

Pictures:
Seventeen pictures of Western State College students and buildings.

File 57 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (2 of 6)

Manuscripts and Notes:
“Historical Data.” 1885 through 1935.
Spicer, Lucy. “Early Days of Western State College.” 1924-1925.
“History of Western State College.” typed manuscript.
Typed manuscript. (four pages)
Various notes. Western State College.

File 58 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (3 of 6)

Bulletins of Colorado State Normal School:
June 9, 1919. Volume 7, Number 17. (2 copies)
July 9, 1919. Volume 7, Number 17.
November 29, 1919. Volume 7, Number 26.
December 21, 1919. Volume 9, Number 7.
January 15, 1920. Volume 9, Number 8. (five copies)
February 16, 1920. Volume 9, Number 10.
March 15, 1920. Volume 9, Number 12.
April 15, 1920. Volume 9, Number 14. (two copies)
May 5, 19120. Volume 9, Number 15.
June 10, 1929. Volume 9, Number 17. (two copies)

File 59 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (4 of 6)

Booklets:
TIMBERLINES. Literary Publication of Western State College. March 1952.
Clippings:
Adams, C.E. “Historical Sketch (of WSC).” Mimeograph manuscript. Annual Catalog of Gunnison Normal School in 1914. (8 page)
Manuscripts and Notes:
“Historical Sketch (of WSC).” June 1941. [additional cover letter from Charles Adams to Lois Borland. June 21, 1940].
Typed manuscript. (ten page)

File 60 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (5 of 6)

Clippings:
“Dr. Peter Mickelson Is Named President of Western State.” Gunnison News-Champion. November 21, 1946.
“New College Dean.” Gunnison News-Champion. February 27, 1947.
“Western State to Install New President May 14.” Pueblo Star-Journal. April 20, 1947.
“Details of Inauguration for Pres. Complete.” May 1, 1947.
“Mickelson Outlines Goals for Development of Western State in Inauguration Address.” The Gunnison News-Champion. May 15, 1947.
“Dr. Mickelson Installed as Sixth WSC President In Ceremony Last Week.” Top O’ the World. May 29, 1947.
“Interesting People, Peter Mickelson.” June 12, 1947.
“Denver Post Editor Presented with Ten Beautiful Trout.” The Gunnison News-Champion. June 13, 1948.
“Over 300 attend Faculty Reception Honoring President and Mrs. Mickelson.” Gunnison News-Champion. April 11, 1949.
“Man of the Year.” Gunnison Courier. December 28, 1950.
“Music Camp an Outgrowth of Young Man’s Memories.” August 4, 1958.
“Mickelson Resigns as WSC Prexy to Teach at Hawaii U.” December 11, 1959.
“Pres. Mickelson Resigns.” Western State College. December 11, 1959.
“Thirteen Years of Accomplishment.” December 11, 1959.
Baker, Fred. “Western State College Wants 42 More Acres.” Denver Post.
“Inauguration of President Michelson Set for 14; Plans Under Way.”
Mickelson, Peter. [newspaper picture.]
“Pres. Mickelson’s Father Dies Monday.”
“Prexy Will be hard to Replace.”
Miscellaneous:
“Program for Inauguration of the President.” 1947.
Inauguration Program. Invitation.

File 61 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE (6 of 6)

Booklets:
“A History of the World’s Largest Emblem Western State College’s W.” Sam Rhoads-Vet’s Club. May 6, 1961. (two copies)
Correspondence:
Carroll, S. D. - County Superintendent of Schools to Members of School Boards. April 10, 1886. Re: adoption of uniform school books.
Leddy, M. A. - State Treasurer to S. P. Spencer. June 6, 1913. Re: $50,000 appropriations for Gunnison Normal School.
Statler, George - Cashier City Nation Bank, Greeley to Mr. S. P. Spencer. June 18, 1913.
Statler, George - Treasurer City Nation Bank, Greeley to First National Bank. June 17, 1913.
Downey, Annie County Treasurer. July 1, 1913.
Quigley, S.- President Western State to English Faculty. January 13, 1923. Re: college composition course.
Miscellaneous:
Blank Receipt by Gunnison County Treasurer. July, 1913. (two copies)
Receipt for certificates of indebtedness of the Gunnison Normal School. July 1, 1913.
Complaints and Charges Against J. C. J.

File 62 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Newsletters

Colorado Sate Normal School News Letters;
February 26, 1914. Volume 1, Number 1. (two copies)
February 26, 1914. Volume 1, Number 2. (two copies)
March 12, 1914. Volume 1, Number 3. (two copies)
March 31, 1914. Volume 1, Number 4. (two copies)
April 18, 1914. Volume 1, Number 5. (three copies)
May 2, 1914. Volume 1, Number 6.
May 15, 1914. Volume 1, Number 7.
May 20, 1914. Volume 1, Number 8.
May 30, 1914. Volume 1, Number 9.
June 10, 1914. Volume 1, Number 10.
Aug. 6, 1914. Volume 1, Number 11.
Aug. 14,1914. Volume 1, Number 12.
May 15, 1918. Volume 5, Number 13.
June 5, 1918. Volume 5, Number 14.
March 1, 1920. Volume 9, Number 11.
Western State Advisor. June 23, 1958. Volume 1, Number 3.

File 63 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Newspaper Articles

Clippings:
Rogers, Virgil M. “Quigley Life Will Stand Immortal.” Gunnison News-Champion. January 9, 1947.
“Mass Meeting on School Bond Election Called for July 31.” 1948.
“Class of 1898 Gunnison High School Relives the Memories of 50 Years Ago.” Gunnison News-Champion. June 3, 1948.
“Member of Class of Fifty Years Writes Letter to Members Here.” June 17, 1948.
“High School Lays Plans for $460,000 Modern Building.” Gunnison News-Champion. June 24, 1948.
“Election for $460,000 High School Bonds Set for Tuesday , August 3.” July 15, 1948.
Borland, Lois. “Gunnison County High School was Established 44 Years Ago in 1904.” Gunnison News-Champion. July 15, 1948.
Lake, Rial R. “College Shows Tremendous Progress.” Gunnison Courier. January 14, 1954.
Hawkins, Kathryn. “The Music Camp an Educational Institution.” Gunnison Courier. August 5, 1956.
“Wiik Says This is Building Year for Mountaineer Skiers.” November 20, 1957.
“WSC’s Coach Pederson Began Career As Captain of 3rd Grade Team.”
“WSC Noses Out Denver for Title.”
Miscellaneous:
Picture. Taylor Hall.
Postcard. “‘W’ Mountain.” Western State College. August 1, 1951.

File 64 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Programs (1 of 2)

“Course of Study, Rules and Regulations.” Gunnison Public Schools.1883.
Easterly, L.H. Envelope. April 12, 1888.
Vidal, Annette. “Graduation Invitation.” May 25, 1906. Gunnison Public Schools.
“Commencement Invitation.” Colorado State Normal School and Gunnison County High School. June 5, 1921.
“Baccalaureate Services.” Colorado State Normal School. June 4, 1922.
“Commencement Exercises.” Colorado State Normal School. June 5, 1922.
“Commencement Exercises.” Gunnison County High School. June 8, 1922.
“Baccalaureate Services.” Western State College of Colorado and Gunnison County High School. June 1, 1924.
“Commencement Concert.” Western State College. June 5, 1924.
“Baccalaureate Services.” Western State College and Gunnison County High School. June 5, 1927.
“Commencement Exercises.” Western State College. August 22, 1924.
“Souvenir Speech and Drama Booklet.” Western State College. [1951].
“Golden Anniversary Convocation.” Western State College. August 1, 1951.
“Dedication Program.” Western State College. December 15, 1951.
“Antigone.” Western State College. July 25, 1957.
“The Little Foxes.” Western State College. November 1, 1957.
“Band Concert.” Western State College. August 14, 1958.
“Dedication, The New Leslie J. Savage Library.” Western State College. October 10, 1964.
“Nadine Shepardson Lecture-Recitals.”
Walker, Mabel Claire. Envelope with place card.

File 65 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Programs (2 of 2)

“Closing Exercises.” Gunnison Public Schools. June 11, 1885.
“Meeting of Teachers and School Officers.” Gunnison County High School. April 15, 1887.
“Alumni Breakfast.” Western State College. June 4, 1925.
“Inauguration of the President [Peter Palmer Mickelson].” Western State College. May 14, 1947. (two copies)
“Commencement Exercises.” Gunnison County High School. June 9, 1927.

File 66 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Top O’ the World (1 of 2)

November 23, 1921. Volume 1, Number 1.
December 7, 1921. Volume 1, Number 2.
January 18, 1922. Volume 1, Number 4. ( 2 copies)
February 15, 1922. Volume 1, Number 6.
March 1, 1922. Volume 1, Number 7.
March 29, 1922. Volume 1, Number 8. (2 copies)
April 19, 1922. Volume 1, Number 9. (2 copies)

File 67 - WESTERN STATE COLLEGE – Top O’ the World (2 of 2)

May 10, 1922. Volume 1, Number 10.
May 24, 1922. Volume 1, Number 11.
June 12, 1922. Volume 1, Number 12. (4 copies)
July 6, 1922. Volume 1, Number 13. (3 copies)
May 6, 1967. Volume 21, Number 22.

File 68 - WHITE PINE

Clippings:
White Pine Cone. December 13, 1889.
Root, George. “Beginning of White Pine and Early Days Mining Camps on the Upper Tomichi Section.” The Gunnison News-Champion. July 11, 1935. [several articles, not a complete set].
“Wheels will Begin Humming Dec. 10 in this new $150,000 Mill at White Pine.” Gunnison News-Champion. December 4, 1947.
Lake Rial. “Whitepine Getting Set For A Long Period of Prosperity.” The Gunnison News-Champion. December 4, 1947.
“Whitepine’s Only Resident, Monk Tyson.” Denver Post. September 14, 1958.
Clippings - Reprints of News-CHAMPION ARTICLES:
“Akron Mine at Whitepine shows Steady Increasing Output.” May 4, 1944.
Correspondence:
Irwin, George to Frank. April 1, 1883.
Manuscripts and Notes:
“White Pine and Its Mines.” typed manuscript. [additional references from newspapers].

File 69 - UTE INDIANS (1 of 5)

Clippings:
“Queen Chipeta to Join Husband Old Ouray, in Happy Hunting Ground.” The Great Divide. August 27, 1924.
Fairbanks, Lee. “Reminiscences of Los Pinos Ute Indian Agency in the Seventies.” Gunnison Republican. June 1, 1935.
Fairbanks, Lee. “Reminiscences of Los Pinos Ute Indian Agency in the Seventies.” Gunnison Republican. June 20, 1935.
“Chipeta Great Heroine of the Colorado Utes.” Pony Express Courier. April, 1944.
“Famous Indians Whose Names Adorn Mountains.” The Salida Daily Mail. April 27, 1948.
Borland, Lois. “Big Divide’ Has Much Folklore.” Gunnison News-Champion. December 2, 1948.
Brown, Sandy and Barbara. “Battle of Beecher Island,” Sunday Denver Post. September 25, 1955.
“Thirty-Seven Years Since the Death of Ouray.” [the Ute Chief, and other articles on Ouray].
Correspondence:
Morrison, John -State Historical Society of Colorado to Lois Borland. May 17, 1956. Re: manuscripts about White River and Ouray Utes.

File 70 - UTE INDIANS (2 of 5)

Magazines:
Utah Historical Quarterly. January 1931.
Utah Historical Quarterly. July 1933.
Manuscripts and Notes:
Typed notes on history of Gunnison. 1956. (twelve pages)

File 71 - UTE INDIANS (3 of 5)

Booklets:
Ute Indian Museum. Montrose.
Clippings:
Hafen, Ann. “Campfire Frontier – Ute Susan, the Unquenchable Captive.” Rocky Mountain Empire Magazine, October 27, 1946.
“Attorney for Ute Indians Gives History of Land Formerly Held by Tribes.” August 28, 1947. Meeker Herald.
“Ute Indian Museum to be Dedicated Near Montrose.” July 11, 1956.
“Ute Museum Dedication Sunday.” Denver Post. July 14, 1956. “Grand Junction Center of Activity In Litigation Involving 4 Million Acres.”
Correspondence:
Tilden, Mrs. Anita- Librarian U. S. Department of Interior to Lois Borland. August 5, 1949. Re: Los Pinos Agency.
Wilkinson, Ernest L. - Law Offices to Robert Rockwell. Re: Confederated Bands of Ute Indians v. United States, Claims No. 2 – No. 45585 and 45783. [additional attachments].
Manuscripts and Notes:
Borland, Lois. Gunnison and the Uncompahgre Agency. typed manuscript. (eight pages)
Borland, Lois. Los Pinos Agency. typed manuscript. (ten pages)
Borland, Lois. Uncompahgre Agency. Handwritten and typed manuscripts. (seven pages)
Borland, Lois. Utes. typed manuscript. (three pages).
Handwritten notes on Governor Evans and the Utes. (five pages)

File 72 - UTE INDIANS (4 of 5)

Clippings - Reprints of NEWS-CHAMPION ARTICLES:
“A Visit To the Los Pinos Indian Agency in 1874.” [Extracted from Diary of W. H. Jackson].
Manuscripts and Notes:
Borland, Lois. handwritten notes. (three pages)
Borland, Lois. “Treaties.” [notes on Ute Treaties]. (thirteen pages)
Borland, Lois. “The Utes Must Go.” Manuscript. (fourteen pages)

File 73 - UTE INDIANS (5 of 5)

Clippings - Reprints of NEWS-CHAMPION ARTICLES:
Fairbanks, Lee. “Reminiscences of Los Pinos Ute Indian Agency in Seventies.” June 13 through July 18, 1935.
Manuscripts and Notes:
Borland, Lois. “The Summer Hunting Ground of the Utes.” typed manuscript. (sixteen pages)
Typed and handwritten notes on “Ute Suit for Lands.” [including UTE from Handbook of American Indians North.] (five pages)

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