Research Tools A-Z
Search by name of deceased or keyword in a growing list of newspapers, including the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News. Coverage varies by newspaper, generally 1990 and later.
Detailed school census information for 1920-1946, with name index for students in Hinsdale County, Colorado schools from 1891-1964. Includes name, place of birth, date of birth, school district, parent or guardian, and years attended.
History Colorado’s Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (OAHP) and the Creating Communities Project have combined resources to highlight different historic buildings within the boundaries of specific neighborhoods. These buildings are just a small sample of the historic buildings located throughout the Denver area.
Essay (23 pages) authored by Larry Borger in 2021 on Denver's City Ditch, which first opened in 1867. Running for 26 miles it ran from the South Platte River in what is now Douglas County, through Littleton, Englewood, Washington Park, Denver Country Club, and City Park.
A history of Denver, Denver Methodism and The University of Denver (Colorado Seminary) divided into four sections: Section I (1876-1884), Section II (1884-1890), Section III (1890-1900), and Section IV (1900-1912). Transcribed by Ruth Moore.
Index to registers of burial by this mortuary. Registers are available for in library use only and require staff retrieval.
This document contains a list of the volumes in the Hull family genealogy collection (WH2409). All volumes are available for researchers to use within the library's special collections research room. Contact the Special Collections and Archives Department if you have questions about this collection.