Ranch life -- Colorado
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The manuscript, handwritten by John Angus MacDonald, describes five decades of his life in Colorado and New Mexico from the 1870s to the 1920s. It is not a detailed autobiography and is not in chronological order. There is a brief family history beginning on page 240. MacDonald reminisces about his boyhood in the San Luis Valley in Colorado, describing the customs of the Indians, the different ethnic groups that settled the area and the coming of the railroad. The manuscript contains...
Identifier: AC 393-P
Scope and Content Collection contains letters, some addressed to O.D. Espinoza of Espinoza, Colorado regarding his business and payment of debts; letters to Mrs. O.D. Espinoza regarding family matters and some letters responding to a request she had made asking for monetary donations to build a church. Included are letters from Dr. Bertha C. Day to aMrs. Amanda Garcia regarding medical advice and payment for treatment