[Printed stationery featuring pedestrians and horse-led carriages in front of the St. James Hotel in Denver, Co.]

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[Printed stationery featuring pedestrians and horse-led carriages in front of the St. James Hotel in Denver, Co.]
Date
1883 August 3
Notes
"St. James Hotel."
H.A. Ronayue ALS to Frank [H. Tew], August 3, 1883. Denver, Co., page 1. From a collection of letters and documents (1837-1905) related to Union officer Charles Tew and his family. The collection is comprised of letters, diaries, military documents (including orders, supply notes, commissions, and furloughs), a roll call notebook, subpoena, financial records, printed items, and ephemera.
Collection Title
Charles F. Tew papers
Collection Creator
Tew family.
ID
5948
Repository
William L. Clements Library
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2018-07-19 17:34:27

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