Western History & Genealogy Blog

I've used the online Assessor Books to locate my house - now what?
Cabinets holding microfilm of deed book volumes
I've used the online Assessor Books to locate my house - now what? Head to the clerk and recorder office on the 1st floor of the Wellington Webb building.
Colorado State Archives - New and Improved
CO State Archives - reading room
If you haven't been to the Colorado State Archives in a while you're in for a treat.  
Weird Photo Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Weird Photo Wednesday, January 29th, 2014
Ok, ok, it's not Denver vs. Seattle...
Denver’s Albany Hotel (1885-1976)
Exterior of the Albany Hotel by William Henry Jackson, undated. WHJ-10343.
A Denver Hotel Built On A Croquet Field, Demolished For An Office Building
Don't Hurry Me Down to Hades
Don't Hurry Me Down to Hades
Has a book ever so captivated you.... 
Whatcha Doing Tonight?
James Jeffrey
It's not like I need a date or anything, however, if you happen to be free....
The Hermanos Penitentes of Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico
Procession of Hermanos Penitentes, Z-6120
Weird Photo Wednesday, January 15th, 2014
Weird Photo Wednesday, January 15th, 2014
Weird Photo Wednesday is Back for 2014!
In the Archives: Documentation of a 1929 Groundbreaking—Soil and All
Denver City and County Building
Think archives only collect papers, photos, and films? Think again!
A Joy Day: Sundays in Denver, circa 1901
A crowd of people gather around the pavilion and line the shores of the large lake, in City Park, ca. 1900. By W. H. Jackson.
Reminiscences of a Blissful Sunday in Denver, circa 1901