Guide to the Papers of Delph E. Carpenter and Family

Prepared and revised by Patricia J. Rettig
Colorado State University Water Resources Archive
A joint effort of the University Libraries and the Colorado Water Institute
Copyright 2017 Colorado State University. All rights reserved.
Finding aid encoded in EAD Version 2002 by Patricia J. Rettig, 2005.
Creator: Carpenter, Delph
Title: Papers of Delph E. Carpenter and Family
Dates: 1827-1992
Bulk Dates: 1870-1951
Quantity: 79.75 linear feet; 3 flat files; 9 tubes
Identification: WDEC
Abstract: The "Father of Interstate River Compacts," Delph E. Carpenter (1877-1951) served the state of Colorado as a lawyer, state senator, and river commissioner. He wrote, negotiated, and promoted the Colorado River Compact, among others, following his service as lead counsel in the Wyoming vs. Colorado suit. The collection documents these and other professional activities (including cattle breeding), as well as Carpenter's personal life and family. Materials from his son Weld County Judge Donald A. Carpenter, pioneer father Leroy S. Carpenter, and father-in-law and Civil War veteran Captain M. J. Hogarty are prominent in the collection, as are documents concerning the Union Colony of Colorado. Predominant material types include correspondence, minutes, legal briefs, financial papers, reports, publications, speeches, diaries, clippings, photographs, maps, certificates, scrapbooks, and artifacts.
Contact Information: Water Resources Archive
Archives and Special Collections
Morgan Library
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1019 USA
Phone: 970-491-1844
Fax: 970-491-1195
Email: library_dl_specialcollections@mail.colostate.edu
URL: https://lib.colostate.edu/water
Restrictions on Access
All "confidential" markings on correspondence or other materials have been determined to be for administrative purposes, not national security information; therefore, these materials are open for access.
Restrictions on Use
Not all of the material in the collection is in the public domain. Researchers are responsible for addressing copyright issues.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the Colorado State University Libraries online catalog. Researchers seeking materials about related subjects, persons, organizations, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects:
  • Water -- Law and legislation.
  • Water rights.
  • Interstate agreements.
  • Water resources development.
  • Water transfer.
  • Rivers.
  • Milking Shorthorn cattle.
  • Frontier and pioneer life.
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Veterans.
Persons:
  • Carpenter, Delph.
  • Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
  • Carpenter, Donald A.
  • Carpenter, Leroy S., 1843-1927.
  • Hogarty, Michael J.
  • Carpenter family.
  • Hogarty family.
Organizations:
  • Colorado River Commission.
  • Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District.
  • Colorado. General Assembly.
  • Union Colony of Colorado.
Places:
  • Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
  • South Platte River (Colo. and Neb.)
  • Platte River (Neb.)
  • North Platte River.
  • Rio Grande (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)
  • Arkansas River.
  • Laramie River (Colo. and Wyo.)
  • La Plata River (Colo. and N.M.)
  • Colorado.
  • Arizona.
  • California.
  • Nevada.
  • New Mexico.
  • Utah.
  • Wyoming.
  • Nebraska.
  • Kansas.
  • Greeley (Colo.)
Special Document Types:
  • Photographs.
  • Diaries.
  • Books.
  • Maps.
  • Artifacts.
  • Scrapbooks.
The "Father of Interstate River Compacts," Delph E. Carpenter served the state of Colorado as a lawyer, state senator, and river commissioner. He drew on his family's pioneering, farming, and irrigating experiences to conceive new ways for arid western states to share their rivers. The compacts he wrote, negotiated, and promoted are still in place today--and are still debated.
Delphus Emory Carpenter was born May 13, 1877, the second son of Leroy S. and Martha Bennett Carpenter, who were among the original pioneers of the Union Colony of Colorado. Delph grew up in Greeley working on the family farm and graduated from Greeley High School in 1896. Having an interest in water law, he attended the University of Denver's night law school, graduating in 1899. After being admitted to the bar the same year, he returned to Greeley to practice law, preferring to work on water-related issues, but taking other cases to make ends meet. In 1907, he successfully defended an accused murderer, Charles Simonson, and gained increasing notoriety in the community. He also served as attorney for the towns of Ault, Eaton, and Evans.
Long having an interest in politics, Carpenter ran for state senator in the seventh district in 1908 and won, becoming the first such officeholder to be a Colorado native. He served from 1909 until 1913, losing his 1912 bid for re-election. While in the senate, Carpenter was a member of its committee on agriculture and irrigation and the judiciary committee among others. He had many achievements while in office, perhaps the most significant being the Carpenter Reservoir Bill (1911), which protected senior rights of reservoir owners against ditch companies with junior rights.
Concurrent with his senatorial service, Carpenter served as the attorney for the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. The District's construction of a tunnel to divert water from the Laramie River into the Cache la Poudre River prompted Wyoming to file a lawsuit against Colorado, immediately accepted by the United States Supreme Court. Carpenter was appointed lead counsel for Colorado. Preparations began in 1911, and Carpenter argued twice before the Supreme Court (1916 and 1918), but the Wyoming vs. Colorado decision did not come until 1922. This involvement and time span, in addition to a suit brought by Nebraska, led Carpenter to consider ways other than litigation to solve interstate water conflicts.
Following his senatorial service, Carpenter was appointed Colorado's interstate streams commissioner. By 1920, the idea of invoking the U.S. Constitution's compact clause (Article I, section 10) to solve interstate water disputes was forefront in Carpenter's mind. His guiding precept became equitable apportionment of interstate streams through compact agreements. He first publicly proposed this idea in August 1920 at the League of the Southwest conference in relation to the Colorado River. The League approved Carpenter's proposal, and he then began preparing for the negotiations.
The seven Colorado River Basin states (Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming) each named a commissioner, and Colorado River Commission meetings began in January 1922 with Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Commerce, as the federal government's representative. The meetings continued throughout the year and concluded November 24th with the signing of a compact adopted by the commissioners. Seven more years passed before six of the states and Congress ratified the Colorado River Compact. (Arizona ratified in 1944.) Carpenter spent these years traveling widely to testify, interpret, and advocate in its favor, as well as writing and negotiating other compacts, including ones on the La Plata, Arkansas, Laramie, North Platte, Rio Grande, Republican, and South Platte rivers--some of which never came to fruition.
Carpenter served as Colorado's compact commissioner until 1933. By that time, his slowly failing health had deteriorated to a severe point. He suffered almost constant pain from 1922 with a neuritis giving symptoms of Parkinson's disease. From 1934 on, he was bedridden at his home in Greeley, cared for mainly by his wife. He died at the Island Grove Park hospital on February 27, 1951.
Delph Carpenter received the University of Colorado Medal of Honor in 1923 for distinguished public service as well as an honorary LL.D. from the same institution in 1927. Carpenter was religiously a Methodist and politically a Republican. He was also a Mason and a member of the Royal Arcanum as well as a breeder of registered shorthorn cattle, on his Crow Creek Ranch, fifteen miles northeast of Greeley. With all his other activities, he found time to serve as the secretary/treasurer for the Union Colony of Colorado for a number of years. Carpenter enjoyed hunting and occasionally wrote short stories, poetry, and other creative pieces.
The woman who stood by Carpenter throughout his life was born Ann Michaela Hogarty in 1878 and went by "Dot" later in life. She was the fifth and youngest child of Union Colony pioneers Michael J. and Sarah Carr Hogarty. She, like Delph, was a member of Greeley High School's Class of 1896, and she earned a degree from the Colorado State Normal School (now the University of Northern Colorado). She married Carpenter in 1901 and they had four children: Michaela Hogarty (1902-1997); Donald Alfred (1907-1993); Sarah Hogarty (1909-1994); and Martha Patricia ("Patsy"; 1914-1990). She was active in church and charity work in between traveling with and caring for her husband. Dot died in Greeley in 1980 at age 101.
Donald followed in his father's footsteps, earning his law degree in 1931 from National University in Washington, D.C., becoming a lawyer and working with his cousin in Texas. He returned to Greeley in 1934 but six years later was appointed secretary to Congressman William Hill, causing another move to Washington. Following army service during World War II in both Europe and Asia, Donald again returned to Greeley. He then served as county judge in Weld County from 1946 to 1952 and was elected district judge in 1952, holding that office as well as water court judge until 1978. He maintained a private law practice after retirement from the court. Donald married Evelyn Ward in 1941, and they had two children: William (1948) and Ward (1952). Following Evelyn's 1963 death, Donald married Doris Piedalue Baney (1924-2014) in 1965. Donald and Doris were honored as grand marshals of the Greeley Independence Stampede Parade in 1979.
The pioneering spirit of both the Carpenter and Hogarty families tells something of the influences on Delph and Dot during their upbringing, and in turn on Donald and his siblings. Leroy Carpenter (1843-1927) and four of his twelve siblings (Peter, Sarah, Silas, and Mattie) moved to the Union Colony from Tipton, Iowa, in 1871 with their father Daniel (1796-1884) and his second wife Nancy Scott Carpenter (Leroy's mother; 1809-1886). Daniel, born in Vermont, had served as a soldier in the War of 1812 and later lived in New York, Ohio, and Iowa. Once in Colorado, the Carpenters established a farm based on irrigated agriculture. In 1872, Leroy returned to Iowa to marry Martha Bennett (1854-1930), a teacher, who then joined him in Colorado. They were actively involved in their burgeoning community and its Methodist Episcopal church, and they raised three children: Alfred Bennett (1873-1953?), Delphus Emory (1877-1951), and Fred George (1881-1963), who in turn collectively raised twelve grandchildren.
The Hogartys exhibited similar westward peripatetic tendencies. Born in Ireland, Michael J. Hogarty (1836-1925) lived in several locations in the eastern United States and in 1863 joined the 141st New York Volunteer Infantry as a private to fight in the Civil War. Wounded in the eye in 1864, he was discharged within a few months and returned to New York to marry Sarah Carr (1844-1918) the same year. Hogarty reenlisted in 1865 and after the war continued to serve in the regular army as a lieutenant in New York and the Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) until 1870, when he retired on account of his wound. He was later promoted to the rank of captain. The Hogartys had five children, the youngest three born after their move to the Union Colony in 1871: Harriet Carr ("Hattie"; 1869-1948); Mary Tuttle ("Mame"; 1870-1910); William Patrick (1872-1944); Barry (1876-1961); and Ann Michaela ("Dot"; 1878-1980). Mame married Bruce Eaton, son of Colorado governor Benjamin Eaton, in 1891, and had five children with him. The Hogartys farmed near Greeley until 1904 when M. J. and Sarah moved to National City, California.
Many of the family members are buried in Greeley's Linn Grove Cemetery, including four generations of Carpenters: Daniel and Nancy, Leroy and Martha, Delph and Dot, and Donald, Evelyn, and Doris. For biographical information about various family members, the best sources are found within this collection as well as The History of Colorado, S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1918-1919, a five volume set. The only book-length biography of Delph Carpenter is Daniel Tyler's Silver Fox of the Rockies: Delphus E. Carpenter and Western Water Compacts, University of Oklahoma Press, 2003, which relied heavily upon this collection.
The Papers of Delph E. Carpenter and Family consists of documents dated 1827 to 1992, with the bulk falling from 1870 to 1951. The focus of the collection is Delph Carpenter's work on interstate river compacts (primarily the Colorado River Compact) and legal cases (primarily Wyoming vs. Colorado). However, the documentation goes far beyond these to include other professional activities, personal life, and family members. Carpenter's service as a state senator is documented more minimally than his cattle breeding business. His school years, creative writings, speaking engagements, and home life are represented by various kinds of documents. Notable family members represented in the collection are son Weld County Judge Donald A. Carpenter, pioneer father Leroy S. Carpenter, and father-in-law and Civil War veteran Captain Michael J. Hogarty. Significant documentation related to the Union Colony of Colorado exists as well. Further subjects beyond water rights adjudication and interstate river compacts this collection can inform include Colorado state politics, the role of the federal government, pioneer life, family relations, and women's activities. Predominant material types include correspondence, minutes, legal briefs, financial papers, reports, publications, speeches, diaries, clippings, photographs, maps, certificates, scrapbooks, and artifacts.
The materials in the collection have been arranged into series primarily by material type, with three series of Delph Carpenter's documents further separated out. Subseries and categories were created as necessary for additional clarity. Extensive attention was given to arrangement of files and even items in some series.
The collection consists of 10 series in 150 boxes, 3 flat files, and 9 tubes:
Preferred Citation

Papers of Delph E. Carpenter and Family, Water Resources Archive, Colorado State University.

Acquisition

The Papers of Delph E. Carpenter and Family was donated to the Water Resources Archive by brothers William and Ward Carpenter in May 2004. An addition of photographs, a map, and a program was donated on behalf of William and Ward Carpenter by Doris Carpenter in October 2010. A further addition from Mrs. Carpenter came in February 2013 and consisted of a set of hydrographs (Box 129) and some rare books. The latter, along with further similar gifts, were added to Special Collections, except for duplicates which were returned. Three further additions were donated by the Carpenter brothers in 2015 following Mrs. Carpenter's death. These materials can be found in boxes 130-149 as well as five oversize folders.

Appraisal

The only materials appraised for retention decisions were publications, including books, reports, government documents, newspapers, and clippings, as well as a few oversized items. Any of these materials having no clear evidence of use or relation to the family or their usual subjects of interest were not retained. Some novels and other light reading also were not kept, as was the case for some moldy items beyond salvage. Many federal government documents on compact-related subjects were not retained as they are easily accessible elsewhere. A partial list of books not kept is available. These materials went through the normal library selection process to be added to the main stacks or Special Collections as appropriate.

Processing

Work on this collection began in May 2004 with a condition inspection, primarily to identify the presence of mold. Some materials had gotten wet during a flood in the Carpenter family basement in 1992, causing mold growth sometime following that and/or during storage at the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District in Loveland (1993-2003). Evidence of mold was found to a greater or lesser extent in nearly two-thirds of the original boxes, and though the mold was dormant, any materials not weeded in those boxes went through a complete cleaning process performed by the Libraries' Preservation Services Department. A contracted conservator cleaned and flattened a portion of the oversized materials.

Processing involved removing metal fasteners, rubber bands and binders; plastic clips were used where needed. Also completed: unfolding folded documents, sleeving or encapsulating fragile items, photocopying newspaper clippings, inserting acid-free paper on either side of acidic documents, and segregating photographs. Exact duplicates beyond two copies (occasionally three) were removed. Mailing envelopes were discarded unless needed for context. All materials were rehoused in acid-free containers. Rolled and some folded oversized items were prepared for storage in flat files or in tubes if extra-large. Photographs were sleeved when possible, otherwise were protected with polyester sheets. Nitrate negatives were scanned and discarded. Glass plate negatives were placed in paper envelopes in padded boxes. Framed items were removed from their frames whenever possible. One deteriorating photo album was disassembled. Wrappers were created for fragile bound volumes. Artifacts were given special storage. The audio reel was digitized by a vendor. Processing was completed in September 2005 with the assistance of students.

Materials donated in 2010 were incorporated in October 2011. One framed photograph was removed from its frame and the map was flattened. At the same time, photocopies created from collection items, mostly Leroy Carpenter diaries, were added to the collection in one box at the end. The hydrographs donated in 2013 were incorporated in July 2014.

Processing of the materials donated in 2015 was completed in January 2016. Generally, all previous processing actions were applied, with the exception of photocopying newspaper clippings. Several published maps and one newspaper issue were removed to be added to Special Collections. Any duplicates or unnecessary items removed from the collection were returned to the donor. Materials originally part of this collection but used by biographer Daniel Tyler and retained in his own files were extracted from his collection (WDTP) and added in July 2017 in Box 150.

Related Collections

The Carpenter family donated a portion of Delph E. Carpenter's papers (3 linear feet; 1922-1945) to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa, in 1975. Those materials largely relate to the Colorado River Compact and the North Platte River Compact. The family also donated some of M. J. Hogarty's military papers having to do with Fort Ontario in Oswego, New York, to that organization in 1992. The Carpenter family house and some of their possessions were donated in 1976 to Centennial Village in Greeley, Colorado. In 2015, the family donated one box of materials related to the Union Colony to the Greeley Museum. In the Water Resources Archive, the Papers of Daniel Tyler contains the biographer's files of his work on Carpenter family members in Series 3 and 4.

Online Materials

Some materials have been scanned or digitally photographed and are available through the Colorado State University Libraries website. In the electronic version of this document, direct links appear in context.

Note: Title information copied from files is given in quotation marks. Estimated pagination is preceded by an "e." Two identical copies of the same item are indicated by the phrase "2 copies" at the end of the entry, following the number of pages of each copy. Authored articles, books and studies are listed in bibliographic form. Abbreviations used are: DAC for Donald A. Carpenter, DEC for Delph E. Carpenter, LSC for Leroy S. Carpenter, MBC for Martha Bennett Carpenter, MHC for Michaela Hogarty Carpenter, MJH for M. J. Hogarty, and SCH for Sarah Carr Hogarty.

Series 1: DEC correspondence, 1895-1949 and undated (9.5 linear feet)

This series contains the bulk of Delph E. Carpenter's correspondence. His only correspondence not found here is that with relatives (see Series 4) and that on behalf of the Union Colony (see Series 6). Carpenter corresponded with numerous people and organizations on a variety of topics. Some of the correspondence was filed in an orderly manner, and some was loose throughout the collection, causing the creation of two subseries. The two are each divided into five subject categories, arranged alphabetically: cattle, compacts and rivers, legal, personal, and political. In addition to the letters and telegrams, items sent as attachments are located here, including reports, legislation, drafts, clippings, maps, and the like. All attached photographs were relocated to Series 9; some of the bulkier items such as long reports or folded maps were also relocated. Any attachments relocated are cross-referenced in the files.
Box Folder
Subseries 1.1: Filed correspondence. 1905-1939.
In the early twentieth century, filing of papers was performed utilizing boxes designed with alphabetical dividers. Nearly thirty of Delph Carpenter's box files remained intact and together make up this subseries. The boxes were grouped by subject into five categories: cattle, compacts and rivers, legal, personal, and political. Each category is further arranged chronologically, with the exception of the compacts and rivers category, which is arranged alphabetically and then chronologically. Within a given box file, the correspondence was kept alphabetically by correspondent (person or organization) and often chronological (or reverse) within a letter of the alphabet. Groups of non-correspondence items, such as advertisements or accounting information, that were filed in the boxes were largely kept in place (filed under "A," for example); the exception was publications, which were placed in Series 7.
The cattle correspondence largely relates to buying, selling, and breeding Bates Milking Shorthorns as well as to the financial aspects of the Carpenter Cattle Company. Correspondents found in this category are mostly individuals from Colorado, though also included are ranchers from throughout the West, such as H. T. Groom of Texas, as well as the American Shorthorn Breeders' Association. Carpenter held a dispersal sale in October 1928 but retained a few animals until 1933.
The compacts and rivers category is the largest in this subseries and has significant quantities of files relating to the Colorado River and the Rio Grande among others. In addition to addressing broad issues of the rivers involved and compacts in general, specifics are often addressed, such as meeting times and places and wording of the compacts. Additional topics are legislation, court cases, and power generation. Correspondents include commissioners, governors, U.S. senators and representatives, other federal and state officials, engineers, lawyers, and other people with interest in compact or river issues. In this correspondence, much of the background, politics, and negotiation of compact development can be found.
The legal correspondence is largely copies of only the outgoing letters of both Carpenter and his law partner Herbert M. Baker. The wide scope of their practice is covered, but significantly includes water-related cases as well as the Walter Rising murder case. Filed separately is correspondence concerning the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District, Carpenter's client which was named as a defendant in the Wyoming vs. Colorado lawsuit.
The personal correspondence covers a variety of subjects, including finances and real estate, politics, religion, Carpenter's children and other family members, his health, and compact issues. Correspondents include many of the same people as in the compacts and rivers category with whom he became friends, but also many others.
The political category contains correspondence related to various aspects of Carpenter's political life. The senate letters are constituent mail to Carpenter while he was a Colorado state senator. They typically ask for his support or opposition to a bill in question; Carpenter's responses are not included. Copies of bills can be found here as well. The remainder of this category is Carpenter's political correspondence, largely after he left office, though some 1912 re-election campaign materials exist. Subjects concern his feelings about his defeat, his support of other candidates, and other topics.
Cattle.
1 1-18 "Cattle" A-Y. 1910-1919. e275pp.
1 19-27 Cattle A-I. 1919-1923. e175pp.
2 1-11 Cattle J-W. 1919-1923. e200pp.
2 12-28 "Carpenter Cattle Co." A-W. 1926-1931. e300pp.
Compacts and rivers.
3 1-13 "Arizona vs. California" B-W. 1930-1931. e110pp. VIEW B C D G I L M P R S T U W
3 14-24 "Arkansas River" A-W. 1921-1927. e300pp. VIEW A B C F, G H K M P R S W
3 25-35 "Arkansas and North Platte" A-W. 1927-1931. e200pp. VIEW A B E H I K M P R S W
4 1-18 "Colorado River" A-W. 1926-1930. e370pp. VIEW A B C D E F G H J K L M O, P R S T U W
4 19-35 "Colorado River" A-W. 1930-1939. e230pp. VIEW A B C D E G H I J M N O P R S T W
5 1-8 "Colorado River -- Boulder Canyon Power" A-W. 1927-1933. e250pp. VIEW A B D M P R S W
5 9-14 "La Plata" D-P. 1923-1927. e70pp. View D E F I M P
5 15-25 "North Platte" B-W. 1922-1926. e200pp. VIEW B C D E H M P R S T W
5 26-27 "Rio Grande" A-B. 1922-1927. e40pp. VIEW A B
6 1-13 "Rio Grande" C-W. 1922-1927. e400pp. VIEW C D E F H K M N P R S T W
6 14-22 "Rio Grande" A-L. 1927-1933. e110pp. VIEW A B C D E G H K L
7 1-6 "Rio Grande" M-W. 1927-1933. e150pp. View M P R S T W
7 7-21 "River Comm. [Commission]" A-W. 1922-1927. e100pp. VIEW A B C D H J L M N P R S T V W
7 22-36 "Rivers, misc." A-W. 1930-1938. e150pp. VIEW A B C D E F H I L M N R S U W
7 37-47 "South Platte" B-Y. 1923-1926. e120pp. VIEW B C G H L P R S T W Y
Legal.
8 1-23 Outgoing letters A-Z. 1905-1908. e650pp.
8 24-32 "Copies, Carpenter and Baker" A-W. 1908-1909. e60pp.
9 1-23 Outgoing letters A-W. 1910-1911. e520pp.
9 24-33 "Copies, Carpenter and Baker" A-J. 1912-1913. e230pp.
10 1-12 "Copies, Carpenter and Baker" K-W. 1912-1913. e230pp.
10 13-22 "Greeley-Poudre" A-L. 1910-1914. e400pp. VIEW A C D E F G H I K L
11 1-8 "Greeley-Poudre" M-W. 1910-1914. e130pp. VIEW M N O P S T U W
11 9-28 "Greeley-Poudre" B-Z. 1914-1922. e450pp. VIEW B C D E F G1 G2 H I K L M N P R S T U W Y, Z
Personal.
12 1-14 DEC Personal A-Z. 1920-1929. e220pp.
12 15-31 "DEC Personal" A-W. 1930-1939. e380pp.
Political.
13 1-15 "Senate letters" A-W. 1908-1911. e175pp.
13 16-33 Politics A-W. 1911-1926. e400pp.
Subseries 1.2: Loose correspondence. 1895-1949 and undated.
This subseries contains Carpenter's correspondence found unfiled in the collection. As many of the same subjects are covered, the same Subseries 1 categories are utilized: cattle, compacts and rivers, legal, personal, and political. The only difference is here the personal category is split in two: "by person" and "by subject." Preference was to organize the personal correspondence by subject, but when a letter concerned several subjects or no subject in particular, it was grouped into "miscellaneous" folders. Frequent correspondents were separated into their own folders. Each category is arranged alphabetically. Loose correspondence that overlapped the filed correspondence on topic and by date was interfiled there.
Included in the cattle correspondence is information on finances as well as reservoir withdrawals. As in the previous subseries, the compacts and rivers category is the largest, with the Colorado being the most written about river. Photocopied Colorado River correspondence is filed after original copies by year. The photocopies do not duplicate the contents of this collection; they were probably created by Donald Carpenter before he donated materials to the Hoover Presidential Library, as evidence indicates they duplicate the Hoover Library materials, though possibly only in part. The "Compacts" folders contain correspondence concerning more than one compact or the topic in general.
The bulk of the legal category is correspondence with Carpenter's client, the Colorado Water Users Association. Personal correspondence concerns a variety of subjects, including honors received, family topics, and past reminiscences. Most of the personal correspondence is letters received by Carpenter, with few copies of his replies existing. The political category contains a variety of topics, but is best represented by correspondence on the Carpenter Reservoir Bill.
Cattle.
14 1 Cattle, miscellaneous. 1932. 1p.
14 2 Financial and operational. 1913-1928. e120pp.
Compacts and rivers.
14 3 Arizona vs. California. 1934. 6pp. VIEW
130 1 Arkansas River. 1922. 5pp. VIEW
14 4 Arkansas River. 1923-1924. 3pp. VIEW
130 2 Arkansas River. 1924-1927. e100pp. VIEW
14 5 Colorado River. 1921. e25pp. VIEW
130 3 Colorado River. 1921-1924. e15pp. VIEW
14 6-9 Colorado River. 1922. e200pp. VIEW Jan-Mar Apr-Jul Aug-Oct Nov-Dec
14 10-11 Colorado River (photocopies). 1922. e200pp. VIEW Folder 1 Folder 2
Yellow notepaper here applies to all "Colorado River (photocopies)" folders following.
150 1 Colorado River. 1922. 6pp.
14 12-15 Colorado River. 1923. e240pp. VIEW Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4
15 1 Colorado River (photocopies). 1923. e120pp. VIEW
15 2 Colorado River. 1924. e60pp. VIEW
15 3 Colorado River (photocopies). 1924. e50pp. VIEW
15 4 Colorado River. 1925. e40pp. VIEW
15 5 Colorado River (photocopies). 1925. e100pp. VIEW
130 4 Colorado River. 1925-1926. e120pp. VIEW
15 6 Colorado River. 1926. e30pp. VIEW
15 7 Colorado River (photocopies). 1926. e30pp. VIEW
15 8 Colorado River (photocopies). 1927. e80pp. VIEW
130 5 Colorado River. 1927-1928. e15pp. VIEW
15 9 Colorado River (photocopies). 1932, undated. e30pp. VIEW
15 10 Colorado River. 1941-1947. 5pp. VIEW
130 6-7 Colorado River -- "6 state compact". 1924-1927. e300pp. Folder 6 Folder 7
15 11 Colorado River -- "Arizona". 1925-1926. e40pp.
15 12 Colorado River -- "Denver Conference". 1925. 10pp.
130 8 Colorado River -- Federal Power Commission. 1929-1930. e100pp. VIEW
130 9 Colorado River -- Swing-Johnson Bill. 1928. e40pp. VIEW
15 13 Colorado River -- Swing-Johnson Bill. 1928-1929. e70pp. VIEW
130 10 Colorado River -- "Washington Sen. Com. Hearing 12/14-22/25". 1922, 1925-1926, undated. e70pp. VIEW
15 14 Commissioner appointment. 1921. 2pp.
15 15 Compacts. 1922-1929. e50pp. VIEW
15 16 Compacts. 1931-1938. e35pp.
15 17 Compacts. 1944. 2pp. VIEW
15 18 Compacts -- requests for copies. 1923-1926. e40pp.
16 1 La Plata River. 1920. e15pp. VIEW
16 2 La Plata River. 1921. e50pp. VIEW
16 3 La Plata River. 1922. e50pp. VIEW
130 11 La Plata River. 1922. 1p. VIEW
16 4 La Plata River. 1942. 4pp. VIEW
16 5 La Plata River case. 1931-1937. e75pp. VIEW
Mostly letters from Ralph Carr.
130 12 Laramie River. 1931. 3pp. VIEW
16 6 Mexico treaty. 1944. 3pp. VIEW
130 13 North Platte River. 1917. 2pp. VIEW
130 14 North Platte River. 1926-1928. e130pp. VIEW
16 7 North Platte River. 1932. e20pp. VIEW
16 8 North Platte River. 1933. e60pp. VIEW
16 9 North Platte River. 1934. 9pp. VIEW
16 10 North Platte River. 1938. 1p. VIEW
16 11 Republican River. 1941-1942. 12pp. VIEW
131 1 Rio Grande. 1908, 1924-1925. e150pp. VIEW
131 2 Rio Grande. 1926-1927, undated. e100pp. VIEW
16 12 Rio Grande. 1929, 1934. e25pp. VIEW
131 3 Rio Grande -- "Chadwick". 1929-1930. e100pp. VIEW
131 4 Rio Grande -- "S. 1501". 1929-1930. e50pp. VIEW
16 13 Rivers, international. 1913-1914. 7pp.
16 14 Rivers, miscellaneous. 1923-1926. e50pp. VIEW
16 15 Rivers, miscellaneous. 1930-1934. 2pp.
131 5 Service as commissioner. 1923. 7pp. VIEW
131 6 Service as commissioner. 1928. 1p. VIEW
150 2 South Platte River. 1916. 4pp.
16 16 South Platte River. 1921. e25pp. VIEW
16 17 South Platte River. 1922. e50pp. VIEW
131 7 South Platte River. 1922. 2pp. VIEW
16 18 South Platte River. 1931. 3pp. VIEW
16 19 Upper Colorado River Basin. 1929-1930. e80pp. VIEW
16 20 Water, miscellaneous. 1910-1926. e20pp.
16 21 Water, miscellaneous. 1933-1942. 12pp.
16 22 Wyoming vs. Colorado. 1940. 14pp. VIEW
Legal.
16 23 Carpenter and Baker -- Incoming letters. 1909-1910. 3pp.
16 24 Carpenter and Townsend -- Stolen horse of LSC. 1903. e25pp.
131 8 Colorado State Water Users Protective Association. 1920-1921. 15pp. VIEW
131 9-10 Colorado Water Users Association. 1916-1917. e200pp. VIEW 1 2
17 1-2 Colorado Water Users Association. 1917-1923. e230pp. VIEW 1 2
131 11 Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1912. 4pp. VIEW
150 3 Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1912. e20pp.
150 4 Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1913. 2pp.
17 3 Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1919. 4pp. VIEW
17 4 Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District -- Davis controversy. 1914. e30pp. VIEW
17 5 Laycock, E. L. (regarding Camfield Ditch). 1930. e15pp. VIEW
17 6 Legal, miscellaneous. 1907, 1915, 1919. 5pp.
131 12 Legal, miscellaneous. 1910-1921. e20pp. VIEW
131 13 Wyoming vs. Colorado. 1912-1914. 6pp. VIEW
150 5 Wyoming vs. Colorado. 1913. 4pp.
Personal -- by person.
131 14 Cahill, Luke. 1913-1918. e15pp. VIEW
17 7 Carr, Ralph. 1942-1943. 3pp.
17 8 Clark, Horace G. 1919-1921. 4pp.
17 9 Copeland, A. B. 1895-1896. 2pp.
131 15 Davis, Stephen B. 1927. 1p. VIEW
150 6 Federal Land Bank of Wichita. 1932. 6pp.
131 16 Hoover, Herbert. 1922-1934. 10pp. VIEW
17 10 Hoover, Herbert. 1922-1949. e110pp. VIEW
17 11 Hosea, R. G.. 1933-1940. 5pp. VIEW
17 12 Meeker, Ralph I.. 1944-1945. 4pp. VIEW
Letters "To the Silver Fox of the Rockies."
17 13 Moynihan, Charles J.. 1929. 9pp. VIEW
17 14 Norviel, W. S.. 1933-1934. 3pp. VIEW
17 15 Stetson, Clarence C.. 1923-1924. e25pp.
131 17 Stone, Clifford. 1940. 15pp. VIEW
17 16 Swain, Alva. 1933-1934. 2pp.
17 17 Tipton, Royce J.. 1933. 4pp.
17 18 Wilcox, E. V.. 1920. 12pp. VIEW
Concerns Wilcox's article "The Water Oracle of Greeley."
Personal -- by subject.
17 19 Carr testimonial. 1943-1944. e30pp. VIEW
17 20 Doctor of Laws honorary degree, University of Colorado. 1927. e15pp.
131 18 Federal Land Bank of Wichita. 1919. 11pp. VIEW
17 21 Nelson vs. Carpenter. 1920-1922. e20pp.
17 22 North Side Extension Ditch Co. 1910-1915. 7pp.
17 23 Personal, miscellaneous. 1906-1921. e15pp.
17 24 Personal, miscellaneous. 1925-1935. e15pp.
17 25 Personal, miscellaneous. 1944-1947, undated. 6pp.
17 26 University of Colorado Medal for Distinguished Service. 1923. 8pp.
Political.
17 27 Legislation. 1921-1938. e40pp. VIEW
17 28 Political, miscellaneous. 1929. e20pp. VIEW
17 29 Senate correspondence. 1909-1912, undated. e20pp. VIEW
17 30 Senate correspondence -- Carpenter Reservoir Bill. 1911-1912. e30pp. VIEW


Series 2: DEC professional papers, 1880-1950 and undated (10+ linear feet)

This series contains Delph E. Carpenter's working papers, separated into five subseries. Four of these represent a major area of his working life (cattle, compacts and rivers, legal, and political) and the fifth contains oversized materials on the same subjects. The materials were either created by Carpenter in the course of his work or were received by him in relation to his work. While the documentation of his cattle business is modest, few papers exist relating to his political career, though some here are significant. Materials related to compact issues and legal cases are more voluminous.
Box Folder
Subseries 2.1: Cattle. 1904-1933.
This subseries documents the Carpenter Cattle Company, mainly through breeding and pedigree records and registry certificates, along with booklets and papers related to dispersal sales. Also included are the stock brand certificate, the advertisement for the 1933 sale, check slips describing the animals, and a program for the 1920 Colorado Stockgrowers Association conference, at which Carpenter spoke. The items are arranged alphabetically by folder title, with one folder related to swine at the end.
18 1 Advertisement for cattle sale. 1933. 1p. 2 copies
132 1 Carpenter Cattle Co. Dual-Purpose Shorthorns. 1921. 31pp. 2 copies
132 2 Carpenter, Fred G. 1920-1922. 6pp.
132 3 Cattle breeding records. 1919-1921. e100pp.
132 4 Cattle records. 1911-1919. e50pp.
132 5 Cattle records. 1920-1921. e60pp.
132 6 Cattle records. 1920-1923. e50pp.
132 7 Chattel mortgage. 1914. 1p.
18 2 Check slips. 1917. e25pp.
18 3 Colorado Stockgrowers Association program. 1920. 1 item
132 8 Dispersal sale. 1919. e100pp.
132 9 Dispersal sale. 1928. e100pp.
18 4 Dispersal sale, Bates Milking Shorthorns, Carpenter Cattle Company. 1928. 1 booklet
132 10 Pedigree records. 1915-1921. e60pp.
132 11 Registry certificates. 1914-1925. e150pp.
18 5 Stock brand. 1904-1905. 5pp.
132 12 Swine certificate of registration. 1919. 1p.
Subseries 2.2: Compacts and rivers. 1889-1950 and undated.
This subseries represents the main focus of Carpenter's career: creating, negotiating, and promoting interstate river compacts. The materials are categorized by river and therein arranged alphabetically. The exception is compact drafts, which are arranged as chronologically as possible; often the drafts are undated and unnumbered, making determinations as to sequence difficult. The river compacts documented at length here are the Colorado, North Platte, Rio Grande, and South Platte; the Arkansas, La Plata, Little Snake, and Upper Colorado compacts are documented to a lesser extent. There is also one file related to the Laramie River. Materials related just to the Platte or to the Platte and its branches (North/South) are filed under South Platte. Carpenter's historical research on the South Platte and Platte in Nebraska in 1918 in part led to the formulation of his compact idea. The statements listed are interviews with people recounting their memories of the river.
Documents related to the general subject of compacts are filed in the Compacts category. This also includes federal legislation related to the compacts. Various documents on irrigation or general water issues are grouped into the Water category. Document types on each river can include the following: drafts, reports, court documents, maps, data, legislation, articles, speeches, minutes, notes, and more. The minutes of the 1922 Colorado River Commission meetings are complete in original or in photocopy except for the 26th meeting. The papers found in files titled "Photocopies" in the Colorado River category were found with the photocopied correspondence (see Series 1, Subseries 2), the originals of which may be in the Hoover Presidential Library's Carpenter collection.
Arkansas River.
18 6 Analysis of S. 1519, introduced in the Senate of the United States, November 9, 1943, by Senator McClellan. 1944. 7pp. VIEW
18 7 Arkansas River Compact draft. undated. 11pp. VIEW
18 8 A bill for an act providing for the appointment of a commissioner on behalf of the state of Colorado to negotiate a compact or agreement between the states of Colorado and Kansas.... undated. 3pp. VIEW
18 9 Colorado vs. Kansas: Supreme Court opinion. 1943. e20pp. VIEW
18 10 Court cases. 1911-1924. e25pp. VIEW
Principally involves Finney County Water Users Association and Graham Ditch Company.
18 11 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- Arkansas River. 1921. 3pp. VIEW
18 12 Maps. 1908-1924. 10 maps VIEW
Includes Amity Land Company, Holly, Colo.; Arkansas River Basin; Bent and Prowers Irrigation District, Colo.; Mammoth Reservoir, Las Animas County, Colo.; I. S. Reservoir, Bent County, Colo.; Purgatoire Reservoir No. 2, Bent and Otero Counties, Colo.; Chaquaqua Reservoir, Las Animas County, Colo.
18 13 Miscellaneous. undated. 15pp. VIEW
18 14 Probability curve, Arkansas River at Canon City. 1923. 1p. VIEW
18 15 Proposal for Arkansas River Compact, Colorado-Kansas [first draft?]. undated. 7pp. VIEW
18 16 Proposal for Arkansas River Compact, Colorado-Kansas [first draft? -- annotated with notes by Meeker]. 1924. 14pp. VIEW
18 17 Proposal for Arkansas River Compact, Colorado-Kansas. 1924. 18pp., 3 copies, 1 annotated by DEC VIEW
18 18 Reservoir filings, Purgatory River above Higbee. 1924. 1p. VIEW
Colorado River.
18 19 Abstract of Secretary Hoover's statement on the Colorado River before the House Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation. 1926. 9pp. VIEW
18 20 Agenda for meeting of Colorado River Basin States. 1938. 1 item VIEW
18 21 Allocation of power. undated. 2pp. VIEW
18 22 Appendix C. The Colorado River Compact, history and inducing causes ["By Carpenter"]. undated. 13pp. 2 copies with annotations VIEW
18 23 Arizona. 1922, undated. e20pp. VIEW
18 24 Arizona is not a party to the Colorado River Compact and is not in a position to question its validity or constitutionality ["By Carpenter"]. undated. 8pp. 2 copies (one incomplete, annotated) VIEW
18 25 Arizona vs. California et al. 1930. e25pp. VIEW
18 26 Arizona vs. California et al. proofs ["DEC marked copy"]. 1930. e150pp. VIEW
18 27 Bannister brief re Colorado -- interstate streams. 1927. 50pp. VIEW
18 28 Boulder Canyon Dam and the upper states. undated. 8pp. VIEW
133 1 Brief report, Colorado River Commission, League of the Southwest, by R. I. Meeker. 1921. 9pp., including map VIEW
18 29 California-Nevada proposal. undated. 5pp. VIEW
18 30 Colorado Bankers Association program. 1923. 1 item
133 2 Colorado River. undated. 2pp. VIEW
18 Colorado River Compact.
18 31 Preliminary draft. 1922. 14pp. VIEW
18 32 Preliminary draft no. 1. 1922. 14pp. VIEW
18 33-34 Drafts. 1922. e200pp. VIEW Folder 1 Folder 2
Contains multiple versions, few numbered or dated, variously annotated.
18 35 Last draft. 1922. 17pp. VIEW
18 36 True copy. 1922. 13pp. with ribbon and seal VIEW
18 37 Colorado River Compact background documents. 1922, undated. e30pp. VIEW
133 3 Colorado River Compact document packets. 1922, undated. e15pp. 2 copies VIEW
19 1 Colorado River Compact miscellaneous. 1921-1923, undated. e40pp. VIEW
19 2 Colorado River Compact, report of Delph E. Carpenter, personal representative. 1921. e50pp. VIEW
19 3 Colorado River Compact resolutions. undated. 6pp. VIEW
133 4 Colorado River Compact. Six (or more) state plan. undated. 19pp. 2 copies VIEW
19 4 The Colorado River Compact: sketch of events and causes leading to creation of the Colorado River Commission (draft). c. 1934. 55pp. Fragile -- use photocopy! VIEW
19 5 The Colorado River Compact: sketch of events and causes leading to creation of the Colorado River Commission (draft) -- photocopy. c. 1934. 55pp.
19 6-7 The Colorado River Compact: sketch of events and causes leading to creation of the Colorado River Commission. 1934. 41pp. 2 copies VIEW
19 8 Colorado River Compact statements [by DEC?]. undated. e30pp. VIEW
19 9 Colorado River Conference documents. 1927. e80pp. VIEW
19 10 Colorado River exhibits, Denver hearing. 1922. e25pp. VIEW
19 11 Colorado River -- present situation. c. 1928. 5pp. VIEW
19 12 Committee of Sixteen. 1944. e10pp.
19 13 Data. 1928, undated. 5pp. VIEW
133 5 Data analysis, chart and table by R. I. Meeker. 1922, undated. 7pp., including oversize VIEW
133 6 Data from R. I. Meeker. 1925-1926. e50pp. VIEW
19 14 DEC documents related to Colorado River Compact [removed from binder]. 1922, undated. e60pp. VIEW
133 7 DEC statement. c. 1928. 2pp. VIEW
19 15 DEC statement at seventh meeting of the Colorado River Commission. 1922. 4pp. VIEW
19 16 DEC statement re Colorado River Compact. c. 1926. 5pp. VIEW
19 17 Denver Conference documents. 1925. e20pp. VIEW
133 8 Department of the Interior press releases. 1924. e40pp. VIEW
133 9 Diamond Creek. 1923-1925. e70pp. VIEW
19 18 Diamond Creek application protest. 1925. e30pp. VIEW
19 19 Draft of contract for the delivery of water. 1935. 13pp. VIEW
19 20 E. C. LaRue. undated. 9pp. VIEW
19 21 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- Colorado River. 1921. 5pp. VIEW
19 22 Federal Power Commission. 1921-1922. e50pp. VIEW
19 23 Fifty-fifty division, Colorado River flow -- Yuma basis. undated. 7pp. 2 copies VIEW
19 24 Fragments. undated. 10pp.
19 25 Fredericks memorandum. 1922. e25pp. VIEW
19 26 Gov. Dern's address at Colo. Spg. undated. 10pp. VIEW
19 27 Historical sketch of the Colorado River Commission. undated. 12pp. 2 copies VIEW
20 1 Imperial Valley report. 1921. e15pp. VIEW
133 10 Irrigation Age and Colorado River. c. 1919. 6pp. 2 copies VIEW
20 2 Legislation. 1921-1925, undated. e50pp. VIEW
133 11 Legislation. 1926-1927. e150pp. VIEW
133 12 Legislation. 1927-1928. e50pp. VIEW
20 3 Legislation establishing compact commission. 1921. e60pp. VIEW
20 4 Legislation to approve Colorado River Compact. undated. e25pp. VIEW
133 13 Lower Colorado River Compact. c. 1925. 6pp. VIEW
20 5 Magazine articles. 1913-1922. e30pp.
20 6 Maps. 1916-1921, undated. 9 maps VIEW
Includes Yuma Project, Arizona-California; Lower Colorado River; Imperial Irrigation District, Calif.; basin-wide maps.
20 7 Members of Colorado River Commission. undated. 1p. VIEW
20 8 Memorandum (compact suggested by Carpenter). undated. 8pp. 2 copies VIEW
20 9 Mexican lands irrigable by the Colorado River. 1922. 13pp. VIEW
20 10 Minutes of Rotary Meeting. 1923. 1p.
20 11 Minutes of the Colorado River Commission, third to fifth meetings. 1922. 7pp.
20 12 Minutes of the Colorado River Commission, eighth meeting. 1922. 3pp.
20 13-16 Minutes of the Colorado River Commission, nineteenth to twenty-fifth and twenty-seventh meetings. 1922. e500pp.
20 17 Minutes of the Colorado River Commission, first to seventh meetings -- photocopies. 1922. e150pp.
21 1-7 Minutes of the Colorado River Commission, eighth to twenty-fifth and twenty-seventh meetings -- photocopies. 1922. e650pp.
21 8 Minutes of the meeting of the Colorado River Commission held in the Utah State Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1921. 12pp.
21 9 New bill. 1925. e15pp. VIEW
21 10 Notes on the Colorado River Compact (compiled by Judge W. N. Searcy). 1923. 6pp. VIEW
22 1 Photocopies -- Boulder Canyon Dam. 1925-1926, undated. e80pp.
22 2 Photocopies -- Colorado River Compact. 1922-1927, undated. e50pp.
22 3 Photocopies -- Colorado River miscellaneous. 1922-1925, undated. e50pp. VIEW
22 4 Photocopies -- Power. 1922-1927, undated. e100pp. VIEW
22 5 The position of California. undated. 15pp. VIEW
22 6 Preliminary agenda for executive sessions of commission at Phoenix. 1922. e60pp. VIEW
22 7 Preliminary remarks of Delph E. Carpenter, Interstate River Commissioner of Colorado, before Conference of Attorneys General and Interstate River Commissioners at Greeley, Colorado, November 6, 1930, in re Arizona vs. California et al. 1930. 19pp. (handwritten draft) VIEW
133 14 Press release. 1926. 13pp. VIEW
22 8 Press release of June 18, 1926, regarding press reports on "Statement for the Upper Colorado River States". 1926. 2pp. VIEW
22 9 Propositions. 1922. 6pp. VIEW
133 15 Report of attitude of states towards proposed Colorado River suit. 1924. 6pp. VIEW
133 16 Report of Colorado River Board on the Boulder Canyon Project. 1928. 22pp. VIEW
133 17 Report of Delph E. Carpenter, commissioner for the State of Colorado, in re Colorado River Compact. 1922. 32pp. VIEW
22 10 Report on meeting N.R.C. Federal-State Representatives, Upper and Lower Colorado River Basins. 1938. 24pp. VIEW
22 11 Report on conference Colorado River Basin States. 1938. 6pp. VIEW
133 18 Statement before the Federal Power Commission, by the Arizona-Colorado River Conference Committee, concerning the development and utilization of the resources of the Colorado River. 1923. 16pp. 2 copies VIEW
133 19 Statement by Delph E. Carpenter, personal representative of Governor Wm. H. Adams of Colorado, and Interstate River Commissioner of Colorado. c. 1927. 21pp. VIEW
22 13 Statement for Upper Colorado River states regarding bill for Boulder Canon Dam (Swing-Johnson Bill) before Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., by Delph E. Carpenter (press release). 1926. 26pp. VIEW
133 20 Statement of Governor Geo. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona, before the U. S. Senate Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation. c. 1927. 21pp. VIEW
22 12 Supplemental report of Delph E. Carpenter. 1923. 14pp. 2 copies VIEW
22 14 The Swing-Johnson Bill and other water legislation: a reply to Senator Phipps, an address by Mr. L. Ward Bannister. 1927. 8pp. VIEW
133 21 Swing-Johnson Bill documents. 1928. e200pp. VIEW
22 15 Swing-Johnson Bill documents. 1928, undated. e20pp. VIEW
Compacts.
22 16 Application of the reserve treaty powers of the states to interstate water controversies: address by Delph E. Carpenter (draft). c. 1921. e50pp. VIEW
22 17 Application of the reserve treaty powers of the states to interstate water controversies: address by Delph E. Carpenter [also includes annotated DEC statement before the House Committee on the Judiciary, June 4, 1921]. 1921-1922. e80pp. VIEW
22 18 Application of the reserve treaty powers of the states to interstate water controversies: address by Delph E. Carpenter (carbon copy). c. 1921. 52pp.
22 19 Association of Western States Engineers program. 1928. 5pp.
22 20 Brief on law of interstate compacts [by DEC]. c. 1923. 19pp. 2 copies VIEW
22 21 Colonel Donovan address before New York State Bar Association. 1931. 20pp. VIEW
22 22 Compact by concurrent legislation -- crimes. undated. 3pp. VIEW
22 23 Compact by concurrent legislation -- fisheries. undated. 4pp. VIEW
22 24 Compact legislation [House and Senate bills related to various compacts]. 1925-1930. e80pp. VIEW
23 1 Conference of Governors and Representatives of the Public Land States materials. 1929. e25pp.
23 2 Conflicts respecting control of waters in western states, by Delph E. Carpenter. 1929. 19pp. VIEW
23 3 Interstate compacts respecting western rivers [by DEC]. undated. 11pp. (handwritten draft)
23 4 Interstate compacts respecting western rivers [by DEC]. undated. 28pp. VIEW
133 22 Interstate river compacts. undated. 10pp. VIEW
23 5 Interstate river compacts and their place in water utilization, by Delph E. Carpenter, presented by Ralph I. Meeker, before the 48th annual convention of the American Water Works Association. 1928. 28pp. 2 inexact copies VIEW
23 6 Interstate rivers [by Governor Shoup?]. undated. 14pp. 2 copies VIEW
23 7 Interstate water law. undated. 8pp. VIEW
23 8 Legal references related to compact issues. undated. e20pp.
23 9 Memoranda from reports of Attorney General (U.S.). undated. 7pp.
23 10 Memorandum of law -- interstate compacts. undated. 4pp. VIEW
23 11 Notes related to compacts. undated. e20pp.
23 12 Principles involved [by DEC]. undated. 10pp. (handwritten draft) VIEW
133 23 Resolution drafted by DEC for MC Hinderlider for his use at annual meeting, Am Soc Civil Eng [American Society of Civil Engineers]. 1926. 2pp. VIEW
23 13 Some final observations concerning the extent of the inquiry necessary to be made to determine controversies between states and rival appropriators in adjoining states. undated. 6pp.
23 14 Water compacts of the west by Clifford H. Stone. 1943. 10pp. VIEW
La Plata River.
133 24 An act granting the consent and approval of Congress to the La Plata River compact. 1925. 3pp. VIEW
23 15 A bill for an act to approve the La Plata River Compact [two versions]. 1923, undated. 8pp. VIEW
23 16 Court case and related citations. undated. e70pp. VIEW
Involves La Plata River and Cherry Creek Ditch Company.
23 17 Discussion. 1922. 6pp. VIEW
23 18 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- La Plata River. 1921. 3pp. VIEW
23 19 La Plata River Compact drafts. 1922. e120pp. VIEW
23 20 La Plata River data. c. 1921. 8pp. VIEW
23 21 Memorandum -- La Plata River Compact. undated. 15pp. 2 copies VIEW
Laramie River.
23 22 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- Laramie River. 1921. 3pp. VIEW
Little Snake River.
23 23 Little Snake River Compact -- preliminary draft. 1929. 6pp. 2 copies VIEW
North Platte River.
150 7 Addendum to S. 2842. undated. 2pp.
133 25 Casper-Alcova bill drafts. 1926-1929. e40pp. VIEW
23 24 DEC statement regarding Casper-Alcova project. 1933. 3pp. VIEW
23 25 Documents related to Nebraska vs. Wyoming and Colorado. 1941. 14pp. VIEW
23 26 Effect of irrigation on discharge of North Platte River at Guernsey. 1924. 7pp. VIEW
23 27 Effect of irrigation on discharge of North Platte River at North Platte, Nebr. 1924. 7pp. VIEW
23 28 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- North Platte River. 1923. 1p. VIEW
23 29 Flow of North Platte and Platte Rivers at various points. 1933. 6pp. VIEW
133 26 Legislation. 1929. 6pp. VIEW
23 30 Letter to North Platte Conferees. 1932. 4pp. 2 copies VIEW
23 31 Memorandum in re amendments to S. 2842 [Casper-Alcova Bill]. undated. 17pp. VIEW
23 32 Minutes, meeting of North Platte River Commission. 1924. 50pp. VIEW
23 33 Miscellaneous. 1924-1932, undated. e50pp. VIEW
23 34 North Platte Canal. undated. 2pp. VIEW
133 27 North Platte River Commission. Transcript of hearing held at Lexington, Nebraska, August 9, 1926. 1926. 65pp. VIEW
North Platte River Compact.
133 28 Preliminary draft. 1927. e35pp. VIEW
23 35 Preliminary draft. 1927. e60pp. VIEW
133 29 Tentative draft. 1927. e30pp. VIEW
24 1 Tentative draft. 1929. 29pp. VIEW
24 2 Preliminary drafts. 1931. e60pp. VIEW
24 3 Preliminary working drafts. 1931. e80pp. VIEW
24 4 Wyoming drafts. 1931. e40pp. VIEW
24 5 Colorado's third discussion draft. 1931. e50pp. VIEW
24 6 Colorado's fourth discussion draft. 1931. e90pp. VIEW
24 7 Notes re North Platte. undated. 3pp. VIEW
24 8 Preliminary report on water resources and utilization of North Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska, compiled by State Engineer's Office of Colorado. 1932. e40pp. VIEW
24 9 Proposed amendments to S. 2842 [Casper-Alcova Bill]. undated. e15pp. VIEW
24 10 Remarks of Brooks Fullerton, attorney for Bureau of Reclamation, before North Platte River Commission. 1924. e30pp. VIEW
Rio Grande.
24 11 Convention providing for the equitable distribution of the waters of the Rio Grande for irrigation purposes. 1907. 3pp. VIEW
24 12 Executive order: Commissioner for Colorado -- Rio Grande River. 1923. 1p. VIEW
24 13 First meeting, Rio Grande River Compact Commission. 1924. 39pp. VIEW
24 14 First meeting, Rio Grande River Compact Commission (corrected by R. F. Burges). 1924. 38pp. VIEW
133 30 In re: S. 1501 to approve the Rio Grande Compact and to authorize appropriations for construction of works. 1929. 8pp. 2 copies VIEW
133 31 Interstate water problems, Rio Grande controversy. 1915. e40pp. VIEW
24 15 Maps. 1922-1923. 5 items VIEW
Contains Rio Grande Irrigation Project, New Mexico-Texas; San Luis Valley, Colo.; Rio Grande Basin to Gulf of Mexico; Rio Grande Basin, Colo. (2 copies).
24 16 Memoranda from the report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey. undated. 11pp. 2 copies VIEW
24 17 Memorandum in re Elephant Butte Reservoir from reports Reclamation Service. undated. 11pp. 2 copies VIEW
24 18 Miscellaneous. undated. 17pp. VIEW
24 19 Outline of Rio Grande problems. undated. 29pp. VIEW
24 20 Outline, Rio Grande Investigations, 1925-6. c. 1926. 5pp. VIEW
24 21 Preliminary outline for discussion, Rio Grande water supply. undated. 2pp. VIEW
24 22 Report of conference on Rio Grande. 1935. 3pp. VIEW
134 1 Report of Delph E. Carpenter, commissioner for the state of Colorado in re Rio Grande River Compact. 1929. e40pp. VIEW
24 23 Rio Grande Compact discussion. undated. e20pp. VIEW
24 24 Rio Grande Compact drafts. 1929. e100pp. VIEW
24 25 Rio Grande Compact schedule. 1929. 1p. VIEW
24 26 Rio Grande data, collected by A. V. Tabor, Monte Vista, Colo. undated. e60pp. VIEW
24 27 Rio Grande [DEC speech?]. undated. 8pp. VIEW
24 28 Rio Grande River -- Memoranda from the personal narrative of James R. Bartlett. undated. 15pp. 2 copies VIEW
24 29 Rio Grande water controversy. 1926. 5pp. VIEW
24 30 Rough preliminary analysis, ultimate water requirements, Colorado area, Rio Grande Basin: also probable surplus to New Mexico, by R. I. Meeker. 1923. 3pp. VIEW
South Platte River.
25 1 Analysis of Nebraska's claim to priority as of date June 14, 1897 for 180 sec. ft. of water from the South Platte River. undated. 13pp. VIEW
134 2 Analysis of South Platte records for 1920. undated. 9pp. VIEW
25 2 Bibliography related to South Platte research [?]. undated. 10pp. 2 copies VIEW
25 3 A bill for an act to provide for the appointment of the Commissioner for the State of Nebraska to negotiate a Compact or Agreement between the States of Colorado and Nebraska, respecting the use and disposition of the waters of the South Platte River. undated. 3pp. VIEW
134 3 A bill for an act to ratify and approve the Compact between the States of Colorado and Nebraska, respecting the South Platte River. 1923. 27pp. VIEW
134 4 Canals along the South Platte River, by H. C. Diesem. undated. e40pp. VIEW
25 4 Citations. undated. e25pp. VIEW
134 5 Discharge reports for North Platte, South Platte, and Platte Rivers. 1922. 13pp. VIEW
25 5 Discharge reports for North Platte, South Platte, and Platte Rivers. 1923-1924. e100pp. VIEW
25 6 Discharge reports for North Platte, South Platte, and Platte Rivers. 1926-1927. e40pp. VIEW
25 7 Discharge reports for North Platte, South Platte and Platte Rivers. 1933. e25pp. VIEW
25 8 Early history South Platte River. undated. 7pp. VIEW
134 6 Early travels along the South Platte from various sources. undated. 12pp. VIEW
25 9 Eugene F. Ware, Indian War of 1864, Platte River. undated. 22pp. VIEW
25 10 Executive order: commissioner for Colorado -- South Platte River. 1921. 3pp. VIEW
134 7 From unpublished report on irrigation in Nebraska by O.V.P. Stout. undated. e20pp. VIEW
25 11 Historical, General G. A. Custer, "My life on the plains," published 1874. undated. 6pp. VIEW
134 8 History of certain ditches from the Platte River in Nebraska. undated. e40pp. VIEW
134 9 History of South Platte ditches in Nebraska. undated. e20pp. VIEW
25 12 History of water development of South Platte River [speech]. undated. 12pp. 2 copies, 1 annotated VIEW
129 1 Hydrographs of the South Platte River. 1889-1921. e80pp. 12 x 18 in. Lower right corners bent.
25 13 In re fish in South Platte. 1919. 1p. 2 copies VIEW
134 10 Legislation. 1926. 15pp. VIEW
134 11 Lists of decrees and irrigated acreage. undated. 6pp. VIEW
134 12 Lower Platte and Beaver Canal Company. 1917. 7pp. VIEW
134 13 Memoranda from field notes of original U. S. surveys of lands bordering upon the South Platte River or traversed by that stream in Colorado. 1918. 26pp. 2 copies VIEW
134 14 Memoranda from field notes of original U. S. surveys of lands in Nebraska adjoining the South Platte River. 1918. 4pp. 2 copies VIEW
25 15 Memoranda of conversation, with George Twombly. 1919. 1p. 2 copies VIEW
25 16 Memoranda of trip to Julesburg and other points from Denver. 1918. 7pp. 2 copies VIEW
25 14 Memorandum, Lock's and Randolph's Fort -- south of Platteville, Colorado. 1918. 3pp. VIEW
134 15 Memorandum of trip from Denver to Lexington, Nebraska, and return. 1918. 28pp. VIEW
134 16 Memorandum report, reconnaissance of South Platte and Main Platte River in Colorado and Nebraska. 1918. 35pp. 2 copies VIEW
25 17 Miscellaneous. 1918-1926, undated. e15pp. VIEW
134 17 Miscellany. undated. 13pp. VIEW
134 18 Notes. undated. 8pp. VIEW
25 18 Notes and calculations. undated. e30pp. VIEW
25 19 Notes of interviews. undated. 1 notebook and 1p. VIEW
25 20 Observations on Platte River in Nebraska. undated. 21pp. VIEW
134 19 Outline of proposed cooperative investigations of river flow, diversions and return seepage on South Platte River by the state of Colorado, the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station and the U. S. Department of Agriculture. undated. 3pp. VIEW
Platte River.
25 21 Clippings. 1916-1917. 9pp. VIEW
25 22 Court cases. undated. e200pp. VIEW
25 23 Historical reports. undated. e40pp. VIEW
26 1-3 Nebraska newspaper research (binder 1). 1894-1918 (information dates from 1891). e250pp. VIEW Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
26 4-5 Nebraska newspaper research (binder 2). c. 1917 (information compiled; dates from 1885-1917). e200pp.
134 20 Nebraska newspaper research. c. 1917 (information compiled; dates from 1895-1914). e200pp. Poor condition, use with care. VIEW
134 21 Platte River -- early conditions. undated. 4pp. VIEW
26 6 Report regarding development of South Platte Valley in Nebraska as a sugar beet area. 1916. 22pp. VIEW
134 22 Reports on irrigation districts. undated. e30pp. VIEW
Contains reports on North Sterling, Bijou, Riverside, San Arroyo, Badger Creek, Niles, Fort Morgan, Hillrose, Green City, and Henrylyn.
134 23 Research notes. undated. e40pp. VIEW
134 24 Return flow to the South Platte River. 1920. 1p. VIEW
26 7 South Platte River Basin in Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska [map]. 1925. 1 item VIEW
South Platte River Compact.
134 25-26 First drafts. 1922-1923. e180pp. VIEW 1 2
134 27 Drafts. undated. e50pp. VIEW
26 8 Drafts. undated. e30pp. VIEW
134 28 Final. 1923. 22pp. VIEW
26 9 South Platte River Compact: report of Delph E. Carpenter. 1925. 23pp. VIEW
26 10 South Platte River Compact: report of Delph E. Carpenter [proofs]. 1925. 13pp.
26 11 South Platte River data. 1919-1921. 17pp.
26 12 Statement by Robert Harvey. 1918. 14pp.
26 13 Statement of Charles C. Huffsmith. 1918. 18pp. 2 copies
26 14 Statement of Charles Emerson. 1918. 6pp. 2 copies
26 15 Statement of George A. Hodgson. 1918. 10pp. 2 copies
26 16 Statement of Henry M. DeVotie. 1918. 23pp.
26 17 Statement of Hurd W. Twombly. 1919. 17pp.
27 1 Statement of Joseph P. Dillon. 1918. 21pp.
27 2 Statement of Prucius W. Putnam. 1917. 24pp.
27 3 Statement of Revilo Loveland. 1917. 27pp.
27 4 Statement of Walter Brush. 1918. 3pp. 2 copies
27 5 Statement of William Goff. 1919. 5pp. 2 copies
27 6 Statements, first copies, vol. 1. 1916-1918. e120pp.
135 1 Unpublished reports by R. G. Hemphill on reservoirs. undated. e150pp. VIEW
Contains reports on Point of Rocks, Riverside, Jackson Lake, Empire and Bijou, Prewitt, Lower Latham, and Cache la Poudre reservoirs.
Upper Colorado River.
27 7 Address delivered by John Geoffrey Will, Secretary, Upper Colorado River Commission, before the Chamber of Commerce of Vernal, Utah. 1950. 9pp.
135 2 Legislation. 1930. 16pp. VIEW
135 3 Meeting minutes. 1929. 13pp. VIEW
27 8 Preliminary suggestion for an Upper Colorado River Compact (2nd) and remarks. 1929. 19pp. 2 copies VIEW
27 9 Preliminary suggestion for an Upper Colorado River Compact (4th) and remarks. 1930. 29pp.
27 10 Upper Basin -- present situation [DEC notes]. undated. 3pp. VIEW
27 11 Upper Colorado River Commission meeting minutes. 1949. e20pp. VIEW
Water.
135 4 Article by A. L. Fellows, consulting engineer, (formerly with U. S. Reclamation Service) comparing government and reclamation service methods. 1909. 6pp. VIEW
27 12 A bill for an act to amend an act entitled "An act to make further provisions for settling the priority of rights to the use of water for irrigation, in the District and Supreme Courts, and for making record of such priorities..." [State of Colorado]. undated. 7pp. VIEW
27 13 Bureau of Reclamation project list. 1932. 5pp. VIEW
27 14 Colorado Water Conservation Board documents. 1939-1950. e150pp. VIEW
135 5-8 Colorado water-related legislation. 1921, undated. e600pp. VIEW 1 2 3 4
27 15 Consumptive use of irrigation water [graph and chart]. 1924. 2pp. VIEW
27 16 Ditch and irrigation company stockholder lists [Arthur Irrigation Co., North Poudre Irrigation Co., Water Supply and Storage Co., and Mountain Supply Ditch Co.]. 1911. 17pp. VIEW
27 17 Gaging stations. undated. 6pp. VIEW
135 9 Greeley Daily Tribune article: Reservations to cession of park urged by D. E. Carpenter. 1929. 3pp. VIEW
27 18 How well we have built, by Clifford H. Stone. 1942. 12pp. VIEW
27 19 Irrigation problems in Northern Colorado by J. M. Dille. 1942. 22pp. VIEW
27 20 Miscellaneous. 1945, undated. 4pp. VIEW
27 21 New and pending water legislation, address [by] Clifford H. Stone. 1941. 8pp. VIEW
135 10 Notes. undated. 3pp. VIEW
27 22 Ralph Carr speeches. 1941-1945. 31pp. VIEW
27 23 Rivers and international canals: lectures given at the Academy of International Law of the Hague by Hon. W. J. M. Van Eysinga. 1923. 33pp. VIEW
135 11 Ticket: Delph E. Carpenter, speaker, "Reserving Colorado Water Rights". 1924. 1 item VIEW
Subseries 2.3: Legal files. 1895-1938 and undated.
This subseries of Carpenter's legal papers is divided into three categories: criminal cases; water cases and clients; and legal materials. The criminal cases category contains documentation related to three cases, those of Charles Simonson (also spelled Simonsen; 1907), Walter Rising (1910), and Mrs. Olive Peters (1913). In each case, Carpenter served as the defense attorney for the accused murderer. The files are arranged alphabetically.
The largest of the categories is the second, water cases and clients. The materials are arranged alphabetically either by the client's name or by the case number/title (simplified version). The bulk of the materials relates to the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District, which led to Carpenter's involvement in the Wyoming vs. Colorado case. Documentation of that is filed under the case name. The Greeley-Poudre case argued in the Larimer County District Court is numbered 2031, though some of the documents say 3031; one was corrected by hand, giving evidence of a typographical error. Besides court documentation such as proceedings, briefs, reports, testimony, and the like, there are also notes and other miscellaneous items related to the cases. The published Wyoming vs. Colorado briefs can be found in the publications series (7). Other cases in this subseries involve various water-related organizations which were Carpenter's clients, as well as individuals who had water-related legal needs.
The final category, legal materials, is comprised of materials Carpenter had acquired or created for his legal work but were not necessarily related to a particular client or case. Much of it relates to water matters, but some is on more general legal concepts, such as state sovereignty. Some of it may relate to compact issues, as his thinking for that grew out of his law experiences. The files are arranged alphabetically and include mostly Carpenter's notes but also some other court case documents.
DEC criminal cases.
People vs. Charles Simonson.
27 24 DEC notes. 1907, undated. e50pp.
27 25 In the matter of the inquest upon the dead body of C. R. Lewis. 1907. 58pp.
27 26 Miscellaneous. 1907. e20pp.
27 27 Preliminary hearing. 1907. 43pp.
28 1 Simonson's account book. 1904-1908. 1 item
28 2 People vs. Walter Rising. 1910. e80pp.
135 12 Trial transcript (People vs. Mrs. Olive Peters?). 1913. 48pp.
DEC water cases and clients.
28 3-4 Case #2142 [Weld County District Court] In the matter of the adjudication of priorities of water rights in Irrigation District No. 1, Division No. 1, State of Colorado. 1913. e250pp.
Includes multiple copies of the Referee's Report and Findings differently annotated.
28 5 Case #6857 [Colorado Supreme Court] Highland Ditch Company vs. the Union Reservoir Company. Brief on the constitutionality of portions of sections 3202 and 3251, Revised Statutes of Colorado, 1908. undated. 59pp.
Colorado Water User's Association.
28 6 Address of Mr. Carpenter [regarding irrigation legislation]. undated. 14pp.
28 7 Case #6513 Western Irrigation District vs. Riverside Irrigation District et al. 1916-1917. e90pp.
135 13 Case #6513 Western Irrigation District vs. Riverside Irrigation District et al. 1923. 5pp. VIEW
135 14 Maps of the Western Irrigation District and Canal, Nebraska. 1916. e20pp.
135 15 Memorandum concerning South Platte litigation and its ultimate effect upon Nebraska. c. 1916. e20pp. VIEW
135 16 Reports. 1916-1917. e15pp. VIEW
28 8 Coon, Emmett [regarding pumping plant]. 1932-1938. e20pp.
135 17 Davis (Joel E.) v. Samuel Stone, water wasting. undated. e20pp.
Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District.
28 9 Case #2031 [Larimer County District Court] Argument of Senator Delph E. Carpenter. 1919. 213pp.
28 10 Case #2031 Court proceedings. 1919. 213pp.
28 11 Case #2031 Exceptions to final findings and decree by claimant, the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. undated. 2pp. 2 copies
28 12 Case #2031 Exceptions to the report, findings and decree of the referee herein. undated. 36pp.
28 13 Case #2031 Memorandum brief of the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District, concerning the claims pertinent to its irrigation system. 1920. e25pp. 2 copies
29 1 Case #2031 Referee's report and supplemental findings. 1929. 66pp.
29 2-3 Case #2031 Tendered findings and decree. 1920. 113pp. 2 copies
29 4 Case #2031 Transcript of evidence offered on Monday, December 27, 1920, by the Great Northern Water Supply Company, on behalf of the Poudre Valley Canal and Cobb Lake Reservoir. 1920. 87pp. VIEW
29 5 Laramie-Poudre Reservoirs and Irrigation Company. 1907-1910. e50pp.
29 6 Map of Sand Creek District, Albany Co., Wyoming. 1903. 1p. VIEW
29 7 Medicine Bow trip. 1914. e30pp. VIEW
29 8 Notes and miscellaneous. 1910-1920, undated. e30pp. VIEW
29 9 Permit filings on Laramie River [?]. undated. e70pp. VIEW
29 10 Reservoir and ditch tabulations. undated. e40pp. VIEW
135 18 Reservoir easement related to Greeley Hydro-Electric and Irrigation Company. 1913-1918. e30pp.
29 11 Second supplemental statement of claim of priority of water rights by the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. undated. 8pp. 2 copies
29 12 Statement of claim of priority of water rights by the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. undated. 34pp.
29 13 Statement related to Davis controversy. 1914. 1p. VIEW
29 14 Supplemental statement of claim of priority of water rights by the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1917. 11pp.
29 15 Testimony. 1912. e40pp. VIEW
29 16 Green City Irrigation District -- Case #6534 [Weld County District Court] Court findings and decree. 1925. 13pp.
29 17 Laycock, E. L. [regarding Camfield Ditch]. 1930. 8pp. VIEW
Nebraska vs. Wyoming and Colorado.
29 18 Special brief for the state of Colorado (handwritten draft). 1938. e25pp.
29 19 Statement of the intervener, the United States. 1940. 13pp. VIEW
135 19 Weiland vs. the Pioneer Irrigation Company: case history. c. 1917. e60pp. VIEW
Wyoming vs. Colorado.
29 20 Analysis. undated. 3pp. 2 copies VIEW
135 20 Draft writings. undated. e150pp. VIEW
136 1 In re Reclamation Act. undated. e40pp.
29 21 Matters alleged by Wyoming and denied by Colorado [and attachments]. c. 1932. e20pp.
29 22 Modified decree. 1922. 3pp.
29 23 No. 3, original. 1921. 10pp. VIEW
29 24 Notes. 1917, undated. 8pp.
29 25 Photograph of brief. c. 1918. 1p. VIEW
29 26 Wyoming vs. Colorado [sketch of evidence]. 1931. 15pp.
Legal materials.
29 27 Address of Mr. Sabin. undated. 3pp.
136 2 Authorities, boundary cases. 1920. 4pp.
29 28 Brief in re doctrine of riparian rights. undated. 12pp.
136 3 Briefs in re interwatershed diversion. undated. e40pp.
29 29 Cache la Poudre Water Users' Association. 1937. e30pp.
149 4 Certificate, Colorado Supreme Court. 1899.
149 5 Certificate, United States Supreme Court. 1913.
29 30 Difficulty of applying rule of appropriation in western states. undated. 3pp. 2 copies
136 4 District and circuit court certificates. 1910. 2pp.
136 5 Documents related to water law and legislation [DEC binder]. 1916-1921, undated. e200pp.
29 31 In the matter of the adjudication of priorities of water rights in Water District No. One. 1895. 61pp.
29 32 Irrigation districts -- authorities [DEC notebook]. undated. e30pp.
30 1 Lincoln County Water and Land Supply Company vs. Big Sandy Reservoir Company. 1901. e250pp.
30 2 Location notice. undated. 6pp.
30 3 Miscellaneous. 1913-1916, undated. 9pp.
136 6 Miscellany. undated. e40pp.
30 4 Notes related to court cases [DEC notebook]. 1912-1916. e40pp.
30 5 Notes related to legal concepts [from alphabetized binder]. undated. e160pp.
136 7 Notes related to legal concepts [from alphabetized binder]. undated. e120pp.
30 6 Notes related to water cases. undated. e30pp.
30 7 Reclamation and states' rights. undated. 3pp.
136 8 Research on riparian rights and water diversions. 1916, undated. e50pp.
136 9-11 Research on state sovereignty. undated. e600pp.
30 8 United States of America vs. Orr Water Ditch Company et al. undated. 42pp.
Subseries 2.4: Political files. 1910-1912 and undated.
This subseries primarily contains papers from Carpenter's time in the Colorado senate (1909-1913). The main subjects represented are agriculture and irrigation, with the Carpenter Reservoir Bill being prominent. Other legislative topics are included, as are some Republican party materials. Document types include legislation, speeches, and notes. Files are arranged alphabetically.
30 9 Agriculture [by DEC?]. undated. 4pp. 2 copies
136 12 Argument in behalf of the amendment of sections 12 and 13, chapter 70, of the laws of 1895, page 162. undated. 13pp.
30 10 A bill for an act concerning nominations of candidates for public office and for political party positions ... by Senator Carpenter. undated. 45pp.
136 13 Brief in re classification of defense fund. 1911. 7pp.
30 11 The Carpenter Reservoir Bill [explanation]. c. 1911. 14pp.
30 12 Carpenter Reservoir Bill as it passed the Senate with the Parrish Amendment. c. 1911. 8pp. 2 copies
150 8 Errors of Direct Election League in relation to the Carpenter Reservoir Bill. undated. 2pp.
30 13 Irrigation laws. 1911. 5pp.
30 14 Irrigation legislation 1911 [DEC speech?]. 1911. e20pp.
30 15 Miscellaneous. undated. 1p.
30 16 Notes re Carpenter Reservoir Bill. undated. 8pp.
30 17 Proceedings of the Weld County Republican Central Committee. 1910. 3pp.
30 18 Report of Committee on Irrigation Investigations of the Senate. 1911. e25pp.
30 19 Report of Committee on Irrigation Investigations of the Senate. 1911-1912. 16pp. 2 inexact copies
150 9 Secor endorsement. 1912. 1p.
30 20 Senate speeches. undated. e35pp.
30 21 Speech of Senator Delph E. Carpenter given at 3rd reading of Initiative and Referendum before senate. undated. 9pp.
30 22 Suggested agricultural plank for Republican platform. undated. 3pp.
Subseries 2.5: Oversize. 1880-1932 and undated.
This subseries includes maps, certificates, a broadside, and miscellaneous oversized materials. Most of the items relate to ditches, reservoirs or rivers, primarily in Colorado's Larimer and Weld counties, but also to neighboring states. Additionally, there are some political materials as well as a broadside advertising Carpenter speaking at a beet meeting. Also notable is Carpenter's 1908 certificate of election to the Colorado senate. Materials are arranged by size and type.
Drwr 1 1 Maps and broadside. 6 sheets
Drwr 1 1 "Map of the Colorado River Basin in the state of New Mexico". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 3 hand-drawn maps of streams in Larimer and Weld counties of Colorado. undated. VIEW 1 2 3
Drwr 1 1 "San Luis Valley, Colorado, drained areas with outlet canals". 1923. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "Big Beet Meeting" broadside. c. 1915. VIEW
Drwr 1 2 Certificates. 1906, 1908, 1923. 5 sheets
Contains certificate of incorporation for Greeley Manufacturing Company, certificate of incorporation for the Severance Construction Company, DEC notary public certificate, DEC certificate of election, and DEC Rio Grande commissioner appointment.
Drwr 1 3 Maps. 7 sheets
Drwr 1 3 "The Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District map". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 3 Hand-drawn map of Canadian River. undated.
Drwr 1 3 "Map of the New Empire Reservoir" with attachments. 1903.
Drwr 1 3 Map of the South Platte River. undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 3 "Canals and reservoirs from Arkansas River in Western Kansas". 1925. VIEW
Drwr 1 3 "North Platte and Platte Drainage Basin above Kearney, Nebraska". 1918. VIEW
Drwr 1 3 "Colorado River Basin showing proposed reservoir sites for flood control, irrigation and power". 1922. VIEW
Drwr 1 4 Miscellaneous. 1912-1918, undated. 10 sheets
Contains "Statutes of the United States made applicable by proposed bill" (3pp.), "Table showing diversions by decreed priorities from the South Platte River in Water District no. 64," mock-up of same and Water District no. 1, "Official returns of Weld County, Colo., election held Nov. 5, 1912" (2 copies), "Official returns of election in Weld County held November 2, 1914," and "Copy of official abstract of vote cast in Weld County, General Election, November 5, 1918."
Drwr 1 5 Blueprints. 5 sheets
Drwr 1 5 Map of Denver Pacific Railroad near Cache la Poudre. undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 5 "Map of reservoirs and ditches of the Willow Creek Irrigation Co.". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 5 "Capacity curves: Glen Canyon, Boulder Canyon and Black Canyon reservoirs". 1922. VIEW
Drwr 1 5 "Rio Arriba County water resource map" (New Mexico). undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 5 "Map of the Samuel Moore Seepage Ditch, Morgan County, Colorado". 1909. VIEW
Drwr 1 6 Wyoming vs. Colorado. Matters alleged by Wyoming and denied by Colorado. c. 1932. 11pp., blueprint
Drwr 2 7 Large maps. 8 sheets
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Eagles Nest Reservoir, Weld County, Colorado". 1908. 2 copies VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Moran Ditch, Weld County, Colorado". 1907. VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Roberts Reservoir, Weld County, Colorado". 1907. VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Walker Ditch, Weld County, Colorado". 1907. VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of first enlargement of Bijou Reservoir No. 2, Morgan County, Colorado". 1910. VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Big Sandy Ditch and Reservoir System and the Lincoln County Irrigation District, Lincoln County, Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 2 7 "Map of the Oliver Supply Ditch, Weld County, Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 Large maps. 7 sheets
Drwr 2 8 Map of proposed trip along Colorado River and tributaries. undated. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 "Proposed North Platte-Cache la Poudre transmountain diversion general plan". 1931. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 "Preliminary map of the proposed Syracuse-Kansas Reservoir". 1923. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 "Preliminary drainage map of San Luis Valley, Colorado". 1924. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 "Colorado portion of Colorado River Basin". 1922. VIEW
Drwr 2 8 "Map of the Colorado Fruit Company Lands". 1908. 2 copies VIEW
Drwr 2 9 Large blueprints. 9 sheets
Drwr 2 9 "Map of the Empire Reservoirs and Ditches, Garfield County, Colorado". 1907. VIEW
Drwr 2 9 "Map of the North Park Reservoir and Interstate Tunnel, Larimer County, Colorado" (2 sheets). 1907. VIEW 1 2
Drwr 2 9 "Map of the March Reservoir and inlet ditch, Weld County, Colo." (2 sheets; 2 copies with attachments). 1906. VIEW 1 2
Drwr 2 9 "Map of the March Reservoir, Larimer and Weld Counties, Colorado". 1909. VIEW
Drwr 2 9 "Map of the Camfield Reservoir No. 3, Coal Creek Reservoir, Greeley Poudre Reservoir No. 1, Greeley Poudre Reservoir No. 2, Larimer and Weld Counties, Colorado". 1909. VIEW
Drwr 2 10 Large blueprints. 5 sheets
Drwr 2 10 "Map of the Irrigated Lands of the Poudre Valley in Weld County, Colorado". 1903. VIEW
Drwr 2 10 "Plat of Barnesville and Bellevue Gardens, Weld County, Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 2 10 "Lake McGrew Reservoir" (3 sheets and 3pp.). 1905. VIEW 1 2 3
Tube 1 Rolled map: "Map of the lands lying under the line of the Loveland and Greeley Irrigation Canal in the counties of Larimer and Weld, Colorado". c. 1880s. 1 sheet. Fragile.
Tube 2 Rolled blueprints. 1886, undated. 3 sheets
Contains "Map of Land and Canals belonging to the Platte and Beaver Improvement Company, Weld County, Colorado," "Proposed Cedaredge-Eckert-Appleton Electric R.R.," and "Antero, Adams County, Colorado."
Tube 3 Rolled maps. 1920-1923. 3 sheets
Contains "La Plata River Basin in Colorado and New Mexico," "Preliminary map of the proposed Kansas-Colorado Reservoir, Hamilton County, Kansas," and "Map of the Arkansas Valley Irrigation Division No. 2."


Series 3: DEC personal papers, 1886-1951 and undated (3.6+ linear feet)

Delph Carpenter's papers in this series show his personal and creative side. Some materials relate to his professional life in many ways, especially the diaries, but others document his schooling, his finances and real estate, his interest in writing, and other aspects of his personal and family life. The materials are divided into three subseries: diaries, personal papers, and oversize.
Box Folder
Subseries 3.1: Diaries. 1914-1928.
Delph Carpenter's diaries cover fourteen years of his working life, including the years when he was involved in major court cases and compact negotiations. Carpenter mainly chronicled his work activities--legal cases, compacts, cattle, and politics--and would include the location and topics of the day as well as people with whom he met or phoned. It is an excellent record of how Carpenter spent his time. He wrote about his personal activities to a lesser extent and seldom recorded private thoughts or emotions. The diaries from 1914 to 1918 are on small, loose-leaf notebook paper; the rest are pocket-sized bound volumes. As Carpenter's handwriting gradually deteriorated beginning in the early 1920s due to the onset of illness, he would dictate to someone else, most typically his wife. The diaries are arranged chronologically. Loose items found in the diaries were separated and moved to their own folders; these include notepaper, business cards, quotations, and a 1923 fishing and hunting license.
31 1 Diary. 1914. e100pp. VIEW
31 2 Diary. 1915. e80pp. VIEW
31 3 Diary. 1916. e100pp. VIEW
31 4 Diary. 1917. e100pp. VIEW
31 5 Diary. 1918. e120pp. VIEW
31 6 Diary. 1920, 1921. 2 items VIEW 1920 1921
31 7 Diary. 1922, 1923. 2 items VIEW
31 8 Diary -- loose items. 1921-1923. 14pp. VIEW
31 9 Diary. 1924, 1925. 2 items VIEW
31 10 Diary. 1926. 2 items VIEW
31 11 Diary. 1927, 1928. 2 items VIEW
Subseries 3.2: Personal papers. 1886-1951 and undated.
This subseries contains the personal items of Delph Carpenter's life, from his grade school report cards (called pupil's monthly reports) to his marriage certificate to the "Salute" given by Ralph Carr at the 1943 National Reclamation Association conference. In between, it contains materials from his time at Greeley High School and the University of Denver as well as his writings, including articles, poems, and short stories. The importance of his family to him is revealed in "Honey Boy" and "In re matter of the union of hearts 'Michaela and Delpho.'" There are professionally related materials as well, such as address books, appointment books, and business cards. Materials are filed alphabetically by folder title, with categories created for financial and real estate documents. These two categories give some, but not complete, information about Carpenter's financial situation and his property holdings. The real estate category largely relates to his Crow Creek Ranch and the related case Nelson vs. Carpenter et al. Note that Crow Creek Reservoir No. 3 is variously called Drury Reservoir No. 2 and Coal Creek Reservoir. Carpenter's tax documents are filed with the family papers (Series 5) as he shared some property with other family members. Also included in this subseries are speeches, programs from speaking engagements, two medical assessments, a phrenological chart, notebooks, certificates, various passes, and memorials written after his death. Loose items found in bound volumes were separated and usually placed in a folder behind the volume.
32 1 Address book. undated. 1 item
32 2 Alta Club pass. 1925. 1 item
137 1 Appointment book. 1902. 1 item
32 3 Appointment book. 1904. 1 item
32 4 Appointment book -- items removed. 1904. e25pp.
32 5 Appointment book. 1905. 1 item
32 6 Appointment book -- items removed. 1905. e15pp.
32 7 Article: "Susan's Tree". c. 1920. 3pp.
32 8 Article: "Union Colony" (draft; original). undated. 15pp.
32 9 Article: "Union Colony" (draft; photocopy). undated. 14pp.
32 10 Article: "The wolf roundup" and "The Colorado wolf-hunt". 1903. 13pp.
32 11 Assistant to Attorney General-Water Defense appointment. 1917. 1 item
32 12 Autograph book. 1887-1890. 1 item
32 13 Biographical information. undated. 5pp.
32 14 Birth certificate. 1944. 1p.
32 15 Business address book. undated. 1 item
32 16 Business address book -- items removed. undated. e20pp.
32 17 Business cards. undated. 3 items
32 18 Cheyenne Frontier Days program. 1913. 8pp.
32 19 "Class '99 Denver Law School". 1897-1899. 1 item
32 20 "Class '99 Denver Law School" -- items removed. 1897-1899. 8pp.
32 21 "College incidents and stories, original poems and stories and private thoughts and observations at school, traveling and elsewhere". 1895-1897. 1 item
Also contains records of the Greeley High School Parliamentary Practice Association.
32 22 Colorado Farmers' Congress program. 1919. 12pp.
32 23 Colorado Society of Engineers honorary membership. 1944. 1 item
32 24 Contents of billfold. 1918-1942. 17pp.
Includes Selective Service registration certificate, various business cards, notes, copy of letters from Calvin Coolidge to Stephen B. Davis, and a poem by DEC ("In the castle of my heart").
32 25 Cow Boys' Reunion program. 1914. 1 item, 2 copies
148 1 Diploma, DEC honorary degree from University of Colorado. 1927. Framed.
149 1 Diploma, DEC law degree from University of Denver. 1899. Fragile.
Financial papers.
32 26 Account book. 1897-1898. 1 item
First 32 pages, sealed shut, are records of the University of Denver Glee Club; also contains a few pages of writing about Apache and Mohave Indians.
32 27 Account book -- items removed. 1897-1898. 3pp.
82 Account book (oversized -- few pages used). 1920-1922. 1 item (pages 20-79 removed)
32 28 Cancelled notes. 1922-1932. 10pp.
33 1 Financial papers. 1930-1932, undated. e40pp.
33 2 Loan documents. 1920. 7pp.
33 3 Miscellaneous receipts and bills. 1906-1949. e20pp.
33 4 New Cache la Poudre Irrigating Company stock purchase. 1914. 2pp.
33 5 Returned checks. 1910. 2pp.
33 6 For the records of the Meeker Memorial Museum. undated. 1p.
33 7 The Grand Fraternity Death Benefit Certificate. 1905. 1 item
33 8 Greeley High School Alumni Association program. 1898. 1 item, 2 copies
33 9 Grolier Society certificate. 1927. 2pp.
33 10 High school graduation program [is also that of Michaela Hogarty]. 1896. 1 item, 2 copies
33 11 "Honey Boy" (handwritten). undated. 2pp. 2 copies
33 12 "Honey Boy" (typed). undated. 2pp.
33 13 "In re matter of the union of hearts 'Michaela and Delpho'". undated. 3pp. VIEW
33 14 Interview about Herbert Hoover. undated. 3pp. VIEW
33 15 Journal. 1897-1898. 1 item
"This book contains original thoughts put in words, some of my poems, descriptions and essays, college incidents, incidents of difficult periods of my life and an account of many of my experiences. Also this book is to contain practice in composition and descriptive work. May it ever be preserved."
33 16 Journal -- items removed. 1897-1898. 2pp.
Includes one poem draft ("Sweet were the days of our childhood").
33 17 Kansas State Historical Society membership certificates. 1924, 1929. 2pp.
137 2 Last will and testament [also MHC]. 1926. 5pp.
33 18 "Liberty in man and nature". c. 1896. 6pp.
33 19 Marriage certificate. 1901. 1p. VIEW
33 20 Medical assessment. 1923. 4pp.
33 21 Medical assessment. 1926. 7pp.
33 22 Memo-diary. 1920. 1 item
33 23 Memoranda book. 1919-1921. 1 item and 1p.
33 24 Memorandum of agreement between Delph E. Carpenter and the Great Western Sugar Company. 1934. 3pp.
Memorials.
33 25 Comments presented by H. E. Green on "News and Interviews". 1951. 4pp.
33 26 Congressional Record. 1951. 2pp.
33 27 Memorial to Delph E. Carpenter. 1951. 8pp. 3 inexact copies
33 28 Memorial record. 1951. 1 item, 2 copies
33 29 Notes for memorial speech. 1951. 1 item
33 30 Resolutions after his death. 1951. 6pp.
33 31 "Under the Capitol Dome: Colorado loses one of her great citizens". 1951. 5pp.
33 32 University of Denver Pioneer. 1951. 2pp.
33 33 The Methodist Brotherhood banquet program. 1913. 1 item
33 34 National Alumni certificate. undated. 1p.
33 35 National Reclamation Association materials. 1943. e40pp.
33 36 Phrenological chart. undated. 5pp.
34 1 Pocket notebook. 1907. 1 item and 1p.
34 2 Pocket notebook. undated. 1 item
34 3 Poem: "Black night" (draft). undated. 1p.
34 4 Poem: "Memory's tribute". undated. 2pp. 2 copies
34 5 Poem: "The mound builders". undated. 1p.
34 6 Poem: "This our land of wealth and beauty" (fragment). undated. 1p.
34 7 Pupil's monthly reports and cards of promotion. 1886-1894. 11 items
137 3 Pupil's monthly reports. 1895-1896. 2 items
Real estate.
149 6 Abstract of title -- Crow Creek Ranch, Drury Reservoir, Camfield Reservoir. 1910. 21pp.
34 8 Abstract of title to NW1/4 S31 T6 NR65W. c. 1901. 1 item
Crow Creek.
34 9 Case #4590, Nelson vs. Carpenter et al. [re Crow Creek Reservoir]. 1920, undated. e120pp.
34 10 Croll-Rowe pumping plant. 1925-1936. e35pp.
137 4 Crow Creek litigation and South Platte water rights adjudication. 1889-1895. e80pp.
34 11 Crow Creek Place documents. 1920. 4pp.
34 12 Drury Reservoir. 1918-1931. e75pp.
137 5 Statement of claim for Croll-Rowe Pumping Plant No. 1. 1932. 3pp.
34 13 Real estate documents. 1918-1943. 11pp.
34 14 Treasurer's deeds. 1919-1924. 3 items
137 6 Warranty deeds. 1915-1920. 6pp.
34 15 Registration certificate. 1918. 1 item
34 16 Republican National Convention pass. 1912. 1 item
34 17 "Salute to Delph Carpenter". 1943. 13pp. 2 copies
34 18 Sheets from notebook. 1914. e30pp.
34 19 Short story: "Creta". undated. 22pp.
34 20 Short story: "The fatal gate". undated. 16pp.
34 21 Short story: "The last of the visions". undated. e35pp.
34 22 Short story: "Some scenes in a farmers kitchen". undated. 8pp.
34 23 Society of the Pioneers of the Union Colony of Colorado certificate. 1908. 1p.
34 24 Sons of Colorado membership card. 1915. 1 item
34 25 Speech to alumni. c. 1896. 2pp.
34 26 Taft reception pass. 1911. 1 item
34 27 Telephone company coupon books. 1911-1912. 2 items
34 28 Train passes. 1909-1912. e30 items
137 7 Train receipts. 1916-1917. 4pp.
34 29 Train tickets. 1912-1925, undated. e20pp.
34 30 United States Senate Chamber pass. 1912. 1 item
34 31 University of Colorado Semi-Centennial Celebration program. 1927. 1 item, 2 copies
34 32 University of Denver alumni solicitation. 1899. 7pp.
34 33 Wedding announcement. 1901. 1 item, 4 copies (2 with envelopes) VIEW
34 34 Weld County Bar Association banquet program. 1913. 1 item
34 35 Who's Who in America. undated. 1p.
34 36 Who's Who in Commerce and Industry. undated. 1p.
34 37 The young Napoleon: the genesis of a great career, by Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley, K.P.. 1903. 5pp.
Subseries 3.3: Oversize. 1893-1930.
The documents in this subseries mostly consist of maps related to Carpenter's property and the associated Coal Creek and Drury ditches, along with a record of his ranches. There are also some certificates as well as his high school diploma. Items are arranged by size and type.
Drwr 1 1 Certificates, diploma and maps. 1896-1930. 5 sheets
Contains life member certificates for Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association and Kansas State Historical Society, high school diploma, and "Map of the Drury Ditch and Coal Creek Ditch and Reservoir" (2 copies with attachments).
Drwr 2 2 Large maps. 1909-1910. 6 sheets
Contains "Map of the inlet ditch to the Greasewood Reservoir" (2 sheets; 2 copies) and "Map showing amended and enlarged survey of the Greasewood Reservoir, Weld County, Colo." (2 copies). Attachments from former are found in Box 34, Folder 38.
Drwr 2 3 Large blueprints. 1893-1920. 3 sheets
Contains "Map of the North Side Reservoir Company's Reservoir No. 1, Weld County, Colorado," "Map of the Drury Land and Irrigation Co's ditches and reservoirs," and "Map of the Drury Ditch and Coal Creek Ditch and Reservoir," all with attachments.
Drwr 1 4 Ranch records. 1914-1916. 19pp.
Documents Crow Creek and Carr ranches along with some cattle.


Series 4: Family correspondence, 1850-1992 and undated (2.1 linear feet)

This series contains the correspondence of multiple generations of the Carpenter and Hogarty families and related branches. Much of what is here are single letters of a scattered nature, but there are significant sets of correspondence, such as that between Leroy Carpenter and Martha Bennett before they were married, Delph Carpenter with father-in-law M. J. Hogarty, and Sarah Carr Hogarty with her mother Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer. The files are arranged alphabetically by person's last name; when a letter could be filed in two places, it was placed with the person closer in proximity of relation to Delph Carpenter. Each folder is either designated as being from, to, or with a correspondent, or is a subject file; the arrangement under each person's name follows that order. M. J. Hogarty's subject correspondence uses labels assigned by him. Sympathy cards and letters received by various family members upon Delph's passing are filed under "Michaela Hogarty Carpenter and family." The correspondence of women who wrote under their maiden name and later their married name is divided accordingly. Printouts of scanned postcards (owned by the Carpenter family) are filed at the end of the series rather than by correspondent. Items within folders are arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
Daniel Carpenter.
35 1 From G. Carpenter. 1850. 2pp.
35 2 From William B. Carpenter. 1875. 1p.
35 3 To son. 1881. 1p.
Delph E. Carpenter.
35 4 From Mary P. Carpenter. 1901. 2pp.
137 8 To Donald A. Carpenter. 1918. 3pp.
35 5 To children. 1927-1930. 5pp.
137 9 To Tillman Gregg. 1920. 3pp.
35 6 To Michaela Hogarty. undated. 6pp.
35 7 With Alfred G. Carpenter. 1902, 1914. 10pp.
35 8 With Don A. Carpenter (cousin). 1912-1931. e20pp.
35 9 With Frank Carpenter. 1920. 5pp.
35 10 With Michaela Hogarty Carpenter. 1918-1922. 11pp. VIEW VIEW
One letter includes a note each from children Donald and Sarah.
35 11 With Reid Carpenter. 1924-1929. 13pp.
35 12 With Barry Hogarty. 1912, 1921. 4pp.
137 10 With Barry and Viola Collins Hogarty. 1919-1920. e25pp.
35 13 With M. J. Hogarty. 1907-1917. e60pp.
35 14 About Donald A. Carpenter. 1927-1931. 7pp.
35 15 Easton estate. 1915. e35pp.
35 16 Michaela Carpenter's marriage. 1929. 9pp.
137 11 Regarding M. J. Hogarty's death. 1925. 7pp.
35 17 Request for photographs in Tipton, Iowa. 1920. 2pp.
Delph E. Carpenter and Michaela Hogarty Carpenter.
35 18 From Donald A. Carpenter. undated. 2pp.
137 12 From various. c. 1920. 2pp.
35 19 From various. 1936, 1940, undated. 5pp.
Donald A. Carpenter.
35 20 From Evelyn Ward Carpenter. 1943-1944. e30pp.
35 21 From Hoover Presidential Library. 1972. 18pp.
Includes brochure and Carpenter Papers inventory.
35 22 From Norris Hundley. 1973-1975. 5pp.
35 23 From Supreme Court, State of Colorado. 1948, 1957. 3pp.
35 24 From various. 1933-1973. 13pp.
35 25 To various. 1931, 1954. 5pp.
35 26 Letters of recommendation. 1943-1944. 11pp.
Donald A. Carpenter and Doris Piedalue Baney Carpenter.
35 27 From Greeley Independence Stampede. 1976. 1p.
Doris Piedalue Baney Carpenter.
35 28 From various. 1984-1992. 3pp.
Evelyn Ward Carpenter.
35 29 From Jenny Joiris. 1945, 1948. 4pp.
G. F. Carpenter.
35 30 To various. 1884. 4pp.
James Scott Carpenter.
35 31 To Sarah Carpenter. undated. 3pp.
Leroy S. Carpenter.
35 32 From Daniel Carpenter. 1866. 2pp.
35 33 From James Scott Carpenter. 1862-1863. 4pp.
35 34 From various. 1866, 1901. 3pp.
35 35 To Charles Townsend. 1908. 2pp.
35 36 With Martha Bennett. 1870 December. 3pp.
35 37-47 With Martha Bennett. 1871 January-December. e90pp.
Photocopies of these can be found in box 128.
36 1-4 With Martha Bennett. 1872 January-April. e100pp.
36 5-7 With Martha Bennett Carpenter. 1880 April-June. e50pp.
Leroy S. Carpenter and Martha Bennett Carpenter.
36 8 From Bennett family. 1873, undated. 6pp.
36 9 Daniel Carpenter's grave marker. 1906. 5pp.
Martha Bennett Carpenter.
36 10 From M. C. Bosworth. 1910, 1916. 8pp.
36 11 From Mary P. Carpenter. 1908, 1922. 4pp.
36 12 From Rebecca A. Crain. 1901. 12pp.
36 13 From Revilo Loveland. 1915. 2pp.
36 14 From Theodore Russell. 1921. 6pp.
36 15 From Edward W. Stone. 1891. 5pp.
36 16 From nieces. 1875-1877, 1915. 9pp.
36 17 From various. 1886-1924. 13pp.
Mary P. Carpenter.
36 18 To unknown [fragment]. undated. 1p.
Michaela Hogarty Carpenter.
36 19 From Barry Hogarty. 1948-1961. 10pp.
36 20 From M. J. Hogarty. 1913-1918, undated. 11pp.
36 21 From Lucy B. Milligan. 1930, 1933. 3pp.
36 22 From various. 1912-1964. 11pp.
36 23 With Donald A. Carpenter. 1943-1945. 6pp. VIEW
Michaela Hogarty Carpenter and family.
36 24 Sympathy cards [regarding DEC's death]. 1951. e50 items
36 25 Sympathy cards (sent with flowers) [regarding DEC's death]. 1951. e80 items
36 26 Sympathy letters and telegrams [regarding DEC's death]. 1951. e30pp. VIEW
Rebecca A. Crain.
36 27 To Lucy [?]. 1902. 5pp.
Barry Hogarty.
37 1 To Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer. 1899-1900. 8pp.
M. J. Hogarty.
37 2 From various. 1860-1920. e75pp.
37 3 To children. 1921. 2pp.
37 4 To Hattie Hogarty Wilson and H. N. Wilson. 1913, 1925. 8pp.
37 5 To various. 1882-1920. e20pp.
37 6 With James Baker, University of Colorado. 1901, 1903. 5pp.
37 8 With brothers (originals). 1864-1894. e35pp. Fragile--use photocopies.
37 9 With brothers (photocopies). 1864-1894. e35pp.
37 10 With Sarah Carr Hogarty. 1902, undated. 4pp.
37 11 With Treasury Department. 1866. 9pp.
37 12 "Cemetery". 1913-1914. 5pp.
37 13 "Congressional pension bills". 1909-1914. e70pp.
37 14 "Fairchild". 1880. 3pp.
37 15 "Grand Army of the Republic". 1888-1889. 15pp.
37 16 Letters of recommendation. 1889-1890. 5pp.
37 17 "Medal of Honor". 1904. 11pp.
37 18 Military letters, Fort Sill. 1870. e70pp.
37 19 "Pertaining to extraction of bullet". 1891-1894, undated. 13pp.
37 20 "Pertaining to volunteer remuster". 1884-1889. 6pp.
37 21 Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. 1899-1901. e40pp.
M. J. Hogarty and Sarah Carr Hogarty.
37 22 From Bruce Eaton. 1910-1914. e30pp. VIEW VIEW
37 23 From Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1910, undated. e40pp.
38 1 From H. N. Wilson. 1895. 2pp.
38 2 From various. 1900-1904. 6pp.
Sarah Carr Hogarty.
38 3 From children. 1900. 4pp.
38 4 From various. 1883-1900, undated. 11pp.
38 5 With Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer. 1889, 1899-1900, undated. e90pp.
38 6 Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer estate. 1902-1903. 3pp.
38 7 Woman's Relief Corps. 1887-1890, undated. e40pp.
Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer.
38 8 From Stella M. Witter. 1899. 1p.
Edward W. Stone.
38 9 To Mary [? - sister]. 1855. 2pp.
Hattie Hogarty Wilson.
38 10 From Southern California Granite Company. 1926. 1p.
Hattie Hogarty Wilson and H. N. Wilson.
38 11 From Bruce Eaton. 1910, 1916. 14pp.
38 12 Correspondents unknown. 1911-1912. 10pp.
38 13 Greeting cards [recipients unknown]. 1933-1941, undated. 21 items
38 14 Postcard album [1]. undated. 10pp.
38 15 Postcard album [2]. 1906-1910, undated. 71pp.
38 16 Postcards. 1907-1957, undated. 45pp.


Series 5: Family papers, 1827-1991 and undated (9.8+ linear feet)

This series documents Delph Carpenter's relatives from multiple generations and multiple branches of the family. Most extensively documented are his father Leroy S. Carpenter, his son Donald A. Carpenter, and his father-in-law M. J. Hogarty. The materials are divided into three subseries: diaries, papers, and oversize.
Box Folder
Subseries 5.1: Diaries. 1862-1930.
The diaries here were written by three people: Leroy S. Carpenter, Michael J. Hogarty, and Sarah Carr Hogarty. The most extensive diaries are Leroy's, documenting 65 of his 84 years, though with some significant gaps. The longest gap is the 10-year period during which he moved to the Union Colony, established a home, got married and became a father. In general, his diaries cover daily life of farm activities, weather reports, and church attendance. The five years of M. J. Hogarty's diaries chronicle his time in Greeley and in National City, California, mostly mentioning business and social activities, as well as his travels, most frequently to New York State, Washington, D.C., and around Colorado. Sarah Carr Hogarty's are from three locations: Elmira, New York; Greeley, and National City, mostly describing household, social and church activities. Her first diary, as a schoolgirl in 1862, recounts school and domestic activities. The diaries are arranged alphabetically by person's name and chronologically therein. Loose items in the bound volumes were separated into their own folders; these materials include clippings, notes, yarn, and hair.
Leroy S. Carpenter.
Photocopies of these can be found in box 128 along with some notes by Daniel Tyler.
39 1 Diary. 1862, 1863. 2 items
39 2 Diary -- items removed. 1862. 1p. and hair
39 3 Diary. 1865. 1 item
39 4 Diary -- items removed. 1865. 4pp.
39 5 Diary. 1866. 1 item
39 6 Daily account. 1876. 4 items
39 7 Diary. 1876-1878. 1 item
39 8 Diary. 1879-1880. 1 item
1880 portion written by Martha Bennett Carpenter.
39 9 Diary -- items removed. 1879-1880. 3pp.
39 10 Diary. 1880. 1 item
39 11 Diary. 1881. 1 item
39 12 Diary -- item removed. 1881. 1p.
39 13 Diary. 1883. 1 item
40 1 Diary. 1889-1890. 1 item
40 2 Diary. 1890-1891. 1 item
40 3 Diary. 1892. 1 item
40 4 Diary. 1893-1894. 1 item
40 5 Diary. 1907-1910. 1 item
40 6 Diary. 1911-1912. 1 item
40 7 Diary. 1912-1913. 1 item
40 8 Diary. 1916-1919. 1 item
41 1 Diary. 1919-1922. 1 item
41 2 Diary. 1922-1930. 1 item
Continued by Martha Bennett Carpenter, 1927-1930, and concluded by Michaela Hogarty Carpenter, 1930. Also contains LSC's obituary, "Winter of 1871 and 72" by Silas Carpenter and other items.
41 3 Diary -- items removed. 1922-1930. 10pp.
M. J. Hogarty.
41 4 Diary. 1902, 1903. 2 items
41 5 Diary. 1905, 1907. 2 items
41 6 Diary. 1913. 1 item
Sarah Carr Hogarty.
41 7 Diary [as Sarah Carr]. 1862. 1 item
41 8 Diary. 1902. 1 item
41 9 Diary -- items removed. 1862, 1902. 1p. and yarn
42 1 Diary. 1904. 1 item
42 2 Diary. 1905. 1 item
42 3 Diary. 1906, 1907. 2 items
42 4 Diary. 1908, 1909. 2 items
42 5 Diary. 1911, 1912. 2 items
42 6 Diary -- items removed. 1904-1912. 15pp.
Subseries 5.2: Papers. 1827-1991 and undated.
This subseries contains the papers of five generations of the Carpenter family and two of the Hogarty family as well as some additional branches. The materials are arranged alphabetically by person's name and alphabetically by folder title therein. Materials related to both a husband and wife are typically filed under the husband's name. If materials exist from a woman before she was married, those are filed under her maiden name and those from her married life are filed under her married name. Materials related to a family in general come before specific family members' materials; unidentified materials are found at the end of the subseries. The most extensive materials here are those of Donald A. Carpenter and M. J. Hogarty. Among Donald's materials are documents given to him by others, namely Norris Hundley and William Kelly. Both men were doing their own water-related research and gave Donald photocopies or notes. The Kelly materials in particular are a rich source for Colorado irrigation history information. Donald's materials also contain documentation from several court cases and corporations he worked with or had interest in. M. J. Hogarty's materials are mostly financial records (including 18 years of cancelled checks) and military papers (post-Civil War service). Most of the files here are exactly as found, reflecting his own filing system. Material types include biographical and genealogical information, report cards, certificates, financial and real estate records, court documents, writings, obituaries, announcements and invitations, programs, military records, and more.
Bennett family.
43 1 Genealogical information. undated. 2pp. and 1 item
43 2 Grandma Bennett's memorandum of births. undated. 2pp.
Martha Bennett.
43 3 Calling card. undated. 1 item
43 4 Daily record of attendance, deportment and scholarship. 1868-1869. 7pp.
43 5 Genealogy. undated. 1p.
43 6 "Montana". undated. 6pp.
43 7 Officer's Commission. 1865. 1p.
43 8 Phrenological chart. 1870. 1p.
43 9 Print from teacher. undated. 1p.
43 10 Report cards. 1864-1868. 6pp.
43 11 Teacher's certificates. 1870-1871. 3pp.
Mary Wood Bennett.
43 12 Calling cards. undated. 2 items
43 13 Journal. 1834-1889. e75pp.
Carpenter family.
43 14 Genealogy in the Compendium of American Genealogy. 1929-1937. e25pp.
43 15 Genealogy notes. undated. 6pp.
43 16 Poems and quotations saved. undated. e20pp.
43 17 Portraits (published in History of Colorado by Stone, vol. 2). c. 1918. 1p. 2 copies
43 18 Stock and bond certificates. 1867-1961. 13 items
43 19 Tax receipts. 1932-1961. e40pp.
43 20 Unidentified writings. undated. 20pp.
Alfred B. Carpenter.
43 21 Abstract of title. 1935. 1 item
43 22 Pupil's monthly report. 1889. 1p.
43 23 Real estate documents. 1900-1931. e15pp.
Daniel Carpenter.
43 24 Biographical information. 1879, undated. 4pp.
43 25 "In re Daniel Carpenter" by Amos B. Carpenter. 1898. 6pp. 2 copies
43 26 Miscellaneous financial documents. 1827-1874. 7pp.
43 27 "Relics". 1827, 1849. 4pp.
137 13 Tax receipts. 1858-1894. e50pp.
Donald A. Carpenter.
137 14 American Water Development's Baca water project. 1987. e30pp.
43 28 Audiotape of Wayne Aspinall interview. undated. 1 CD; for original audiotape, see box 123
147 Tray 1 Audiotape of Marla Swedlund interviewing Clarence Kuiper and Glenn Saunders. c. 1974. 1 audiotape VIEW
Subject is groundwater regulation.
147 Tray 1 Audiotape of Marvin Belli interview. 1972. 1 audiotape
137 15-18 Baca Land Grant. 1978-1987, undated. e500pp.
138 1-2 Baca Land Grant. 1978-1987, undated. e60pp. including folded maps
138 3 Baney water rights. 1980-1983. e30pp.
138 4 Cache la Poudre Water Users Association. 1960. e20pp.
43 29 Campaign materials. undated. 6pp. VIEW
138 5 Campaign materials. undated. 1p.
43 30 Certificate of membership, American Bar Association. 1956. 1p.
138 6 "Chase County (Nebraska), William and Linda Larrabee". 1979-1980, undated. 1p.
43 31 Citation from Clavis Club. 1962. 1p.
43 32 Colonel Dodge expedition, copies of 1861 document. undated. e25pp.
138 7 Colorado Water Exchange, Inc. 1986. e20pp.
43 33 Donald A. Carpenter and Evelyn W. Carpenter vs. Rex C. Eaton et al. 1955. 5pp.
43 34 Election certificates. 1934-1973. 12pp.
138 8 Founding documents for unnamed corporation. 1985. e20pp.
43 35 Gift of papers and other historical materials of Delph E. Carpenter to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. 1975. 4pp.
43 36 Hamilton Depositors Corporation records. 1936-1938. e25pp.
138 9 H.B. 1269. 1988. 14pp.
44 1-2 Hoover essays and speeches. 1974, undated. e225pp.
44 3 Hundley book materials [sent to DAC by Hundley]. 1967-1975. e75pp.
44 4 Hundley book materials -- Brief re: South Platte River Compact. 1981. e130pp.
44 5 Hundley book materials -- Hoover Presidential Library photocopies. 1922-1927. e100pp.
Materials included with permission of Hoover Library.
44 6 Hydraulic calculator. undated. 1 item
138 10 Hydro Exploration and Development, Inc. undated. e30pp.
44 7-8 Important water decrees. 1926-1984. e300pp.
44 9 In the matter of rules and regulations governing the use, control, and protection of water rights for both surface and underground water located in the Rio Grande and Conejos river basins and their tributaries. 1983. e55pp.
45 1 In the matter of the application for water rights of Highland Venturers and Mission Viejo Company in the Arapahoe Formation and the Laramie-Fox Hills Aquifer in Douglas County. 1979-1980. e70pp.
45 2 In the matter of the application for water rights of Rainford J. Winslow and Winifred W. Winslow in Morgan County. 1976. 9pp.
45 3 Judicial papers. 1946-1975. 12pp.
45 4 Kelly -- Articles. 1960-1969, undated. e110pp. VIEW
Kelly -- Irrigation history.
45 5 "Boulder, Thompson and St. Vrain". 1959. 10pp.
45 6 "Cache la Poudre River". 1907-1969, undated. e75pp.
45 7 "Clear Creek and Bear Creek". 1958. 6pp.
45 8 "Laramie Poudre history". 1938-1964, undated. e110pp.
45 9 "New Cache la Poudre Irrigating Co. and Cache la Poudre Res. Co. history". 1871-1970. e220pp. VIEW
45 10 "North Platte Water". 1933-1964. 5pp.
45 11 "South Platte, Districts 1, 2, 8, 23, 64". 1965, undated. 10pp.
45 12 "Trans-mountain diversions". 1957-1961. 3pp.
45 13 Kelly -- Miscellaneous. 1957, undated. e25pp.
138 11 Maps. 1959-1978, undated. 8pp. including folded maps
45 14 Membership certificate, Army Advisory Committee. 1947. 1p.
45 15 Memorandum of agreement with Great Western Sugar Company. 1926. 2pp.
45 16 Military papers. 1945-1946. 4pp.
45 17 Miscellaneous. 1934-1970. e30pp.
138 12 Miscellany. 1977, 1987, undated. e20pp.
45 18 Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District vs. Louis F. Cole, et al. 1981-1982. e60pp.
138 13 Morrison Creek vs. Cole et al. 1981. e40pp.
138 14 "Our Land of Mountain and Plain" by Delph E. Carpenter. 1991. 3pp.
45 19 Proclamation. 1962. 1p. 2 copies
45 20 Prorodeo: Official rodeo program, Greeley Independence Stampede. 1979. 1 item
138 15 Quit claim deed. 1938. 1p.
45 21 Real estate documents. 1931-1955. e15pp.
138 16 Resume. undated. 2pp.
138 17 "Rominiecki". 1982-1983. 14pp.
138 18 "Sievers Ranch". 1983. e70pp.
46 1 Soldier's individual pay record. 1943. 1 item
46 2 Speeches. 1947-1972, undated. e50pp.
138 19 "State Engineer/Attorney General attack on 1953 irrigation decree". 1982. e30pp.
46 3 Supreme Court, State of Colorado, case no. 79SA38. 1979-1982. e150pp.
139 1 Thornton. 1986-1990, undated. e100pp. including folded maps
138 20 "Water adjudication in Montana". 1981-1983. e70pp.
138 21 Water Exchange Information Service. 1987. e80pp.
46 4 Water rights of Juanita Ely. 1984-1985, undated. e20pp.
139 2 "Water speeches" [by others]. 1971, 1980. e100pp.
46 5 Well permit of Gaylord K. Naill. 1961-1984, undated. 16pp.
139 3 Western Water Reserves, Inc. undated. 11pp.
139 4 Western Water Rights Ltd. 1984-1985. e150pp.
139 5 Western Water Rights Management, Inc. 1985-1986. 15pp.
139 6 Winslow v. Williams. 1985-1986. e20pp.
Ethel Carpenter.
46 6 Warranty deed. 1937. 1p.
Evelyn Ward Carpenter.
46 7 Writings composed or saved. 1956, undated. 9pp.
Fred G. Carpenter.
46 8 "The Carpenter Family". 1960. 12pp.
James Scott Carpenter.
46 9 Register of school and poem. 1861. 2pp.
46 10 Writings. undated. 2pp.
Leroy S. Carpenter.
46 11 Carpenter Lateral Company. 1903-1904. 15pp.
46 12 Fiftieth wedding anniversary party guest book. 1922. 2 items
139 7 Land deeds. 1871-1884. 8pp.
139 8 Land deeds. 1905-1908. 3pp.
46 13 "Little things". 1866. 2pp.
46 14 Lodge clearance card. 1866. 1p.
46 15 Miscellaneous receipts. 1893-1899. 7pp.
46 16 "Never despair". undated. 2pp.
46 17 Obituary. 1927. 4pp. 2 inexact copies
46 18 Obituary (drafts). 1927. 7pp. 4 inexact copies
46 19 "Original thots". 1925. 2pp.
46 20 Our Wedding Day. 1872. 1 item
46 21 Prescription. undated. 1p.
46 22 Real estate documents. 1902-1927. 9pp.
139 9 Real estate papers. 1912-1925. e40pp.
139 10 Receipts. 1887-1896. 2pp.
139 11 Trustee documents. 1905-1918. e20pp.
Marilyn Carpenter.
46 23 Society of the Pioneers of the Union Colony of Colorado certificate. 1956. 1p.
Martha Bennett Carpenter.
46 24 Minute woman speech. 1922. 5pp.
46 25 Picture card. 1870. 1 item
46 26 Poetry booklet. 1926, undated. 1 item and 2pp.
46 27 Weekly bulletin of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. 1913. 2pp.
46 28 Will. 1926. 3pp.
46 29 Woman's Foreign Missionary society convention program. 1898. 2pp.
46 30 Writings/speeches. 1877-1883, undated. e50pp.
Martha Patricia ["Patsy"] Carpenter.
46 31 Piano recital program. 1927. 1p.
Mary Carpenter.
46 32 "Life's sunset". 1910. 1p.
Merle Carpenter.
46 33 Society of the Pioneers of the Union Colony of Colorado certificate. 1956. 1p.
Michaela Carpenter (DEC's daughter).
46 34 School friendship book. 1920. 1 item and 2pp.
Michaela Hogarty Carpenter.
139 12 Fire insurance documents. 1919-1925. 5pp.
47 1 Miscellaneous. 1941-1966, undated. e40pp.
47 2 Real estate documents. 1907-1947. 14pp.
47 3 Society of the Pioneers of the Union Colony of Colorado certificate. 1908. 1p.
Nancy Scott Carpenter.
47 4 Methodist Episcopal Church membership certificate. 1844. 1p.
47 5 Receipt for Carpenter monument. 1885. 2pp.
Sally Northway Carpenter.
47 6 Methodist Episcopal Church membership certificate. 1836. 1p.
Sara Carpenter.
47 7 Teaching contracts and commencement announcement. 1926-1933. 4pp.
Silas Carpenter.
139 13 Land documents. 1906-1912. e15pp.
139 14 Last will and testament. 1912. 3pp.
47 8 "Statement made at Greeley, Colo.". 1919. 7pp.
William Carpenter.
47 9 Commencement program, University of Denver. 1972. 1 item
William Barney Carpenter (Sen.).
47 10 Biographical information. undated. 1p.
Sarah Carr.
47 11 Teacher's certificates. 1861, 1863. 2pp.
Bruce Eaton.
47 12 Wedding announcement. 1912. 1p.
Harry Green.
47 13 Fiftieth wedding anniversary invitation. 1914. 1p.
Marion Green.
47 14 Promotional materials. c. 1900. 12pp.
Hogarty family.
47 15 Colorado Society of the Sons of the American Revolution application for membership. undated. 2pp.
47 16 Poem in remembrance of Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1910. 3pp.
Hattie Hogarty.
47 17 Autograph book. 1886. 1 item
47 18 Certificates. 1886-1894. 3pp.
47 19 Programs. 1886-1893. 9pp.
47 20 Wedding announcement. 1896. 1p.
M. J. Hogarty.
47 21 Alfred University papers. 1857-1925. 4pp.
47 22 Autobiography. undated. e25pp.
47 23 "Certificate of non-indebtedness". 1867-1870. 6pp.
47 24 Certificates. 1888-1912. 6pp. VIEW
47 25 Civil War -- 1861-1865 by Ben Naffziger. 1970. 21pp.
139 15 Estate papers and letters. 1905-1926. e70pp.
47 26 Fiftieth wedding anniversary invitation. 1914. 1p. 2 copies VIEW
Financial.
47 27 Account book. 1890-1898. 1 item
47 28 First National Bank account book. 1899-1904. 1 item
47 29 First National Bank cancelled checks. 1893 October-1894. e200pp.
48 1-6 First National Bank cancelled checks. 1895-1900. e1300pp.
49 1-4 First National Bank cancelled checks. 1901-1904. e700pp.
49 5-7 First National Bank check stubs. 1902-1904. 7 items
49 8 Miscellaneous receipts. 1865-1913. e40pp.
49 9 Paradise Valley Sanitarium bills. 1912, 1916. 13pp.
50 1 "Receipts". 1904. e30pp.
50 2 Stocks. 1880-1897. 6pp.
50 3-4 Tax receipts. 1871-1912. e75pp.
50 5-9 Union Bank cancelled checks. 1886-1890. e700pp.
51 1-3 Union Bank cancelled checks. 1891-1893. e400pp.
51 4 Fort Ontario documents (photocopies). 1868-1869. 5pp.
51 5 Highland Valley Ditch and Reservoir Company. 1890-1896. e130pp.
51 6 Life insurance. 1867-1899. e100pp.
51 7 Marriage certificate. 1864. 3pp. VIEW
51 8 Military papers. 1864-1899. e35pp.
139 16 Military papers. 1904. 2pp.
51 9 Military record. undated. 1p.
51 10 Military retirement papers. 1870. 8pp.
51 11 Miscellaneous. 1886-1911, undated. 12pp.
51 12 Naturalization. 1871. 1p.
51 13 Obituary. 1925. 1p.
51 14 Personal military and civil history [scrapbook]. 1891-1914. 1 item
51 15 "Personal orders". 1865-1870. e60pp.
51 16 Phrenological character of M. J. Hogarty (original). 1863. 17pp.
51 17 Phrenological character of M. J. Hogarty (typed). 1863. 3pp. 2 copies
52 1 Pocket notebook. 1908-1911. 1 item
52 2 Real estate documents. 1871, 1916. 5pp.
52 3 "Returns pertaining to Company 'K' 141st N. Y. Vol". 1865. e25pp.
52 4 Teaching certificates and attendance roster. 1858-1865. 4pp.
52 5 "Tree claim". 1889-1894. 9pp.
52 6 White House invitation. 1903. 2pp.
Michaela Hogarty.
52 7 Baptism certificate, commencement invitation, recital program, birth certificate. 1896-1944. 6pp. VIEW
Sarah Carr Hogarty.
52 8 Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer genealogy and memorial. 1901, undated. 2pp.
52 9 Certificates. 1888, 1904. 2pp.
52 10 Eliza M. Carr against J. H. Frank Hilton et al. 1910. 5pp.
52 11 Message to the Progress Club. 1905. 11pp.
52 12 Real estate documents. 1898-1902. 6pp. and 1 item
52 13 Receipts. 1904-1910. 4pp.
52 14 Statement of Mrs. Sarah Hogarty's condition, as found at time of operation. undated. 1p.
William P. Hogarty.
52 15 Hogarty Reservoir and Hogarty Lateral documents. 1902. 7pp.
52 16 Poems from Reginald W. Nuttall. 1910. 3pp.
52 17 Wedding announcement. 1899. 1p.
Revilo Loveland.
52 18 Biographical information. undated. 3pp.
Sarah Carpenter Loveland.
52 19 Resolution re death of Sarah Loveland. undated. 1p.
Sueva Peterson.
52 20 Music program and commencement announcement. 1958, 1963. 4pp.
J. S. Scott.
52 21 Family history. 1918. 10pp. 2 inexact copies
Martha Scott.
52 22 Methodist Episcopal Church membership certificates. 1844, 1848. 2pp.
Silas Scott.
52 23 Family history. 1886. 5pp.
52 24 Obituary. 1891. 1p.
Michael Delph Thompson.
52 25 Commencement invitation and program. 1956. 4pp.
Hattie Hogarty Wilson.
52 26 Certificate of membership in the Central Presbyterian Church of St. Paul, Minn. 1907. 1p.
Unidentified.
52 27 Birthday book. c. 1906. 1 item
52 28 "History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire -- Gibbon" [handwritten; also contains "The reign of Charles I of England"]. undated. 20pp.
52 29 Pocket notebook. 1853-1872. 1 item
52 30 Pocket notebook. 1917-1929. 1 item
Subseries 5.3: Oversize. 1828-1962 and undated.
This subseries contains oversized materials of various family members, primarily M. J. Hogarty's certificates and military papers. Also here are high school diplomas of Michaela ("Dot"), Hattie, and Mame Hogarty; Michaela's State Normal School diploma; Hattie's University of Colorado diploma; and Donald Carpenter's large campaign banner. Also significant is an Eaton family tree, mainly tracing the line of Bruce Eaton, from 1620 to 1981, which includes Sarah Carr Hogarty's ancestors. Materials are arranged alphabetically by person.
Drwr 1 1 Martha Bennett: Certificate from Independent Order of Good Templars. 1871. 1 sheet
Drwr 1 1 Daniel Carpenter: "Relics". 1828-1860. 5 sheets
Drwr 1 1 Donald A. Carpenter: "Map showing the lands assigned to emigrant Indians west of Arkansas and Missouri". 1836 (original; modern reproduction). 2 sheets (negative and positive)
Tube 1 Donald A. Carpenter: Campaign banner: "Vote for Judge Donald Carpenter". c. 1962. 2 sheets (duplicates), 12 ft. long
Drwr 1 1 Leroy S. Carpenter: "Supplement, official canvass of the general election held in Weld County, Nov. 8, 1892". 1892. 1 sheet
Drwr 2 2 Michaela Hogarty Carpenter: Property maps with irrigation shown. undated. 2 sheets
Drwr 2 2 Eaton family: Maps and family tree. 1906, undated. 3 sheets
"Proposed equalizing reservoir, North Side Lateral," "Map of the McKelvey Seep Ditch," and Eaton family tree.
Drwr 1 3 Hattie Hogarty: University of Colorado diploma. 1893. 1 sheet, parchment
Drwr 1 4 Hattie Hogarty: Greeley High School diploma. 1886. 1 sheet
Drwr 1 4 Mame Hogarty: Greeley High School diploma. 1888. 1 sheet VIEW
Drwr 1 7 Michaela Hogarty: Diplomas. 1896-1898. 2 sheets
Drwr 1 4 M. J. Hogarty: Certificates. 1867-1898. 7 sheets
Drwr 1 5 M. J. Hogarty: Appointment as captain. 1904. 1 sheet
Drwr 1 6 M. J. Hogarty: Certificate and military papers. 1865-1887. 5 sheets
Drwr 1 8 M. J. Hogarty: Masonic certificate. 1898. 1 mounted sheet


Series 6: Union Colony, 1870-1983 and undated (2.5+ linear feet)

Several Carpenter family members were involved as officers for the two organizations represented here: the Union Colony of Colorado and the Society of the Pioneers of Union Colony of Colorado. Delph Carpenter served as secretary and treasurer for the former. Martha Bennett Carpenter served as vice-president (various years) and as president (1917-1928) of the latter. Donald Carpenter also served as president of the latter. Thus, records of each entity were held by the family and make up this series, divided into three subseries, one for each entity as well an oversize one.
Box Folder
Subseries 6.1: Union Colony of Colorado. 1870-1970 and undated.
The Union Colony of Colorado was a corporation formed by Nathan Meeker in 1869 in order to establish a utopian agricultural community in the Colorado Territory. The colonists founded the town of Greeley in March 1870. As a state senator, Delph Carpenter sponsored a bill to extend the corporate life of this and similar entities. He was later the secretary and treasurer for the Colony, thus holding a significant portion of its records. Much of the material found here has to do with financial and real estate transactions as well as meetings and membership. There is also some correspondence, including that conducted by Carpenter for the Colony, and some miscellaneous material, not necessarily relating to Colony business but still relating to Colony life or people. Files are arranged alphabetically by title.
53 1 Account books. 1906-1938. 3 items
53 2 Alphabetical list of members of the Union Colony and residence. undated. 26pp.
53 3 Annual meeting notices. 1899-1915. 4pp.
53 4 Applications for quit claim deeds. 1883. 9pp.
53 5 Autobiography of Samuel Ruthard. undated. 22pp. (p. 1 missing)
53 6 Bank statements, deposit slips and other account information. 1891-1925. e30pp.
53 7 A bill for an act to extend the corporate life of certain incorporated companies organized to aid, encourage and induce immigration to Colorado Territory, by Senator Carpenter. undated. 2pp.
53 8 Bills and receipts. 1872-1911. e70pp.
53 9 "Bills receivable". 1872-1880. e20pp.
53 10 "Business to be brought before the Trustees of U. C. at their next meeting". 1870-1887. 9pp.
53 11 Cancelled checks. 1883-1921. e200pp.
53 12 Cancelled vouchers. 1879-1894. e120pp.
53 13 Certificate of Membership book [stubs only]. 1917-1946. e100pp.
53 14 Certificate of Membership book [only 10 used]. 1934-1935. 100pp.
53 15 Certificate of Membership book [unused]. undated. 100pp.
53 16 Certificate of Organization of the Union Colony of Colorado [transcript]. 1889. 5pp.
53 17 Check book. 1905-1912. 1 item
54 1 "Colonists' tickets (R.R.)". 1870-1871. e70pp.
54 2-3 Correspondence. 1870-1930, undated. e180pp.
54 4 Dedication and jubilee, First Methodist Episcopal Church. undated. 4pp.
54 5-7 Deeds. 1870-1911. e200pp.
54 8 Deeds: Flora E. Gale to the Sixth Greeley Artesian Well Company. 1896-1907. 14pp.
54 9 Deeds of ratification. 1902. 4pp.
54 10 Denver Pacific/Union Pacific Railway Company. 1870-1905, undated. e50pp.
54 11 Financial statements. 1885-1936. e25pp.
54 12 Greeley and Northern Railway and Utility Company. 1904-1909. e50pp.
55 1 Greeley Centennial program. 1970. 1 item
Haynes, Gipson and Dunning.
55 2-4 Court cases. 1871-1878, undated. e200pp.
55 5 Deeds and miscellaneous. 1871-1891. e40pp.
55 6 "Old real estate matters". 1876-1881. e100pp.
55 7 List of members who have paid to the Treasurer $155. 1870. 2pp.
55 8 List of names [stockholders?]. undated. 22pp.
55 9 "M. B. Knowles". 1872-1873. 6pp.
55 10 Meeting documents. 1871-1914, undated. e50pp.
55 11 Membership book [?]. 1901. 1 item
55 12 "Memorandum book of P. W. Putnam". 1879. 1 item
56 1 Miscellaneous. 1870-1916, undated. e25pp.
56 2 "Miscellaneous papers acted upon and filed". 1882-1884. 9pp.
56 3 Papers from George West. 1870-1875, undated. e25pp.
56 4 "Papers in relation to settlement of claims by and against Lottie E. Nichols". 1873-1882. 4pp.
56 5 "Papers in relation to settlement of matter of D. B. Stanton". 1870, undated. 3pp.
56 6 Pioneer information. 1888-1969, undated. 10pp.
56 7 Poudre Canyon Irrigation Company. 1919. 5pp.
56 8 Program: Greeley High School Class of 1897 graduation. 1897. 3pp.
56 9 Programme: First Concert of Greeley High School Orchestra. 1890. 2pp.
56 10 Proxies. 1884, 1887. 14pp.
56 11 Proxies. 1890. e100pp.
56 12 Proxies. 1890-1912. e100pp.
56 13 Real estate miscellaneous. 1871-1894, undated. e30pp.
56 14 Real estate miscellaneous. 1908-1946. e25pp.
56 15 Receipt book. 1885. 1 item
123 Tray 1 Receipts to county superintendent from 1864 to 1871 and boundaries of districts, dates from 1864 to 1873. undated. 1 microfilm
56 16 Tally lists of shares of stock. 1896-1911. e30pp.
56 17 Tax receipts. 1882-1923. e30pp.
56 18 To the voters of Weld County. 1875. 1p.
56 19 The Union Colony of Colorado. undated. 30pp.
56 20 Voucher book. 1890-1910. 1 item
56 21 Voucher book. 1934-1938. 1 item
56 22 "Vouchers allowed and paid". 1883. 5pp.
Subseries 6.2: Society of the Pioneers of Union Colony of Colorado. 1895-1983 and undated.
While the organization's official name is the Society of the Pioneers of Union Colony of Colorado, it also went by a shorter form: the Society of Union Colony Pioneers. It was formed of the original colonists and their descendants and met annually and held an annual banquet and celebration. Most of the materials in this subseries relate to the big celebrations held by the Society for the fortieth and fiftieth anniversaries of the Colony's establishment. The most significant item, however, is the Society's minute book, which is continuous from its establishment in 1895 up through 1930. The book also contains clippings related to pioneers. The materials are arranged alphabetically by folder title.
57 1 Book of minutes. 1895-1930. 1 item
Also includes clippings related to pioneers.
57 2 Constitution and by-laws of the Society of the Pioneers of Union Colony of Colorado. undated. 20pp.
57 3 Fiftieth anniversary invitation. 1920. 4pp.
57 4 Fortieth anniversary invitation. 1910. 1p. 2 copies
57 5 The Greeley Pageant: the coming of the conqueror, celebrating the Jubilee Year of Greeley, Colorado. 1920. 1 item, 2 copies
57 6 "The Greeley Pageant: the coming of the conqueror" report. 1920. 11pp.
57 7 Letters and notes. 1922-1926, undated. 9pp.
57 8 Pioneer Day. 1910. 1 item, 2 copies
57 9 Pocket notebooks. 1917-1929. 2 items and 1p.
57 10 Proceedings of the Fortieth Anniversary Celebration of the coming of the Union Colony to Greeley. 1910. 43pp.
57 11 Records and recollections of the Union Colony [address of Lee G. Norris]. 1983. 19pp.
57 12 Report of speeches delivered at complimentary dinner to Greeley Pioneers and friends at Congregational Church. 1920. e35pp.
Subseries 6.3: Oversize. 1870-1886.
This subseries contains few but significant oversize documents. Two deeds here are to Horace Greeley in 1870, regarding land purchases for the Union Colony. Also, there is a reproduction that Delph Carpenter owned of an 1871 Greeley map. There are also some certificates and an entertainment program. Materials are arranged by size.
Drwr 1 1 Certificates, deeds and program. 1870-1886. 5 sheets
Contains deputy postmaster appointment of James B. Flower, homestead certificate of Firman Wallace, deed "John Evans, trustee, to Horace Greeley, trustee" (1870; in three pieces), deed "David H. Moffat, Jr., trustee of the Denver Land Association to Horace Greeley, trustee of the Union Colony" (1870), and "Friday Night" program, vol. 1, no. 1 (1882).
Drwr 3 2 Map of the town of Greeley, Weld County, Colorado. 1871. 2 sheets, exact copies; reproductions of original VIEW


Series 7: Publications and reports, 1856-1992 and undated (11.6+ linear feet)

This series contains the publications and reports saved by family members on a wide variety of subjects. Materials are divided into four subseries: compacts and rivers, legal, other, and oversize.
Box Folder
Subseries 7.1: Compacts and rivers. 1893-1986 and undated.
This subseries contains publications and reports related to compacts, rivers, and related issues, including power and water in general. The materials are arranged alphabetically by river or subject category, and alphabetically by title therein. The two rivers best represented here are the Colorado and the South Platte. Material types include government documents, speeches, proceedings, magazines, reprints, grey literature, pamphlets, and reports created for limited distribution. The texts of four compacts can also be found here: Colorado, Republican, Rio Grande, and South Platte.
Arkansas River.
58 1 By-laws of the Arkansas Valley Protective Association. 1923. 7pp. VIEW
58 2 Report of the State Irrigation Commissioner to the Kansas State Board of Agriculture. Topeka: Kansas State Printing Plant. 1920. 28pp.
58 3 Storage possibilities on the Purgatoire River, report for W. S. Partridge, manager of the Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet and Irrigated Land Company. undated. e40pp. VIEW
Colorado River.
58 4 Address delivered by Honorable Arthur P. Davis, Director, United States Reclamation Service, at a convention of the League of Southwest, held at Riverside, California. 1921. e20pp. VIEW
58 5 Address delivered by Secretary of the Interior Fall, at a convention of the League of the Southwest, held at Riverside, California. 1921. 8pp. VIEW
58 6 Arizona v. California et al. Motion by the defendant states to dismiss the bill of complaint, and brief of states of Utah and Wyoming. Supreme Court of the United States. 1930. 12pp. 2 copies
58 7 Favour, A. H. Arizona's rights in the Colorado River: proposals of Arizona and the counter proposals of California submitted to the Tri-State Conference now in progress. 1929. 38pp. 2 copies
58 8 Malone, Geo. W. Boulder Canyon Lower Colorado River power and water set-up: presenting the facts. 1928. 54pp. VIEW
140 1 Boulder Canyon Project contracts. 1930. e40pp.
58 9 The Boulder Dam All-American Canal Project. N.p.: Imperial Irrigation District. 1924. 30pp. VIEW
58 10-11 Norris, Lee G. The Colorado-Big Thompson Project. undated. 173pp.
58 12 Colorado-Big Thompson Project, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. Greeley: The District. undated. 4pp.
58 13 The Colorado River: address of Governor George H. Dern of Utah, before the Western Division of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. 1926. 20pp. VIEW
140 2 Smith, G. E. P. The Colorado River and Arizona's interest. University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin no. 95. Tucson: U of Arizona. 1922. e20pp.
58 14 Colorado River--Boulder Canon Dam Bill: statement of reasons for attitude of Upper Colorado River States, before the House Committee on Irrigation and Reclamation [Statement for Upper Colorado River States regarding bill for Boulder Canon Dam (Swing-Johnson Bill) by Delph E. Carpenter]. 1926. 26pp. 2 copies
58 15 Colorado River Compact. Signed at Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 24, 1922. 1922. 6pp. 2 copies
58 16 The Colorado River Compact, history and inducing causes ["by Carpenter"]. undated. 13pp. 2 copies VIEW
58 17 The Colorado River Compact: its relation to Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15. 1925. 28pp. VIEW
140 3 The Colorado River Fact-Finding Committee of Utah. 1927. 8pp.
58 18 Clark, Walter Gordon. The Colorado River: history, seven-states compact and future development. undated. 31pp.
58 19 United States. Congress. House. The Colorado River: interim report on the status of the investigations authorized to be made by the Boulder Canyon Project Act and the Boulder Canyon Project Adjustment Act. 80th Cong., 1st sess. Washington: GPO. 1947. 295pp. and folded maps; also includes 3pp. notepaper
58 20 Colorado River, international problem. Phoenix: Colorado River Commission of Arizona. 1938. e50pp.
140 4 Grimes, Oliver J. The Colorado River problem: an exhaustive discussion of the differences among the states of the lower division as disclosed at the Conference of Governors of the Colorado Basin States, held at Denver, Colorado, August and September, 1927. Reprinted from The Salt Lake Tribune. 1927. 24pp.
58 21 The Colorado River: statement of Hon. Edward T. Taylor of Colorado in a letter to the Secretary of the Interior. Washington: GPO. 1935. 15pp.
140 5 Congressional Record. 1923. e70pp.
140 6 Congressional Record. 1927. e100pp.
140 7 Congressional Record. 1930. e100pp.
59 1 United States. Senate. Determination of the rights of the states of the Lower Colorado River Basin to waters of the main stream of the Colorado River: opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of State of Arizona v. State of California et al. 88th Cong., 1st sess. Washington: GPO. 1963. e100pp.
59 2 Smith, G. E. P. A discussion of certain Colorado River problems. University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin no. 100. Tucson: U of Arizona. 1925. 175pp.
59 3 Ward, Charles B. Explanation of terms in the Colorado River controversy between Arizona and California. 1929. 12pp.
59 4 Heard, Dwight B. Heard Plan for co-operative action provides for immediate development of resources of the Colorado River. undated. 2pp.
59 5 Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-Seventh Congress, First Session, on H. R. 6821. Statement of Mr. Delph E. Carpenter. Washington: GPO. 1921. 32pp. 5 inexact copies including 1 photocopy
59 6 The high line advocate. Vol 1, no. 1. 1922. 4pp. VIEW
59 7 History of proceedings by Colorado River states leading to interstate compact legislation. undated. 4pp. VIEW
59 8 The irrigation age. Vol. 33, no. 4. 1918. 25pp.
59 9 Journal of the Senate: first special session, sixteenth legislature of the state of Arizona [photocopy]. 1944. 10pp.
140 8 Legislation: Lower Colorado River Basin. 1922-1926. e100pp.
59 10 Adams, Frank H. Memorandum of the effect of proposed diversion of water from Grand River Watershed to Eastern Slope on the available water supply of the Grand Valley. undated. 11pp. and folded maps and tables VIEW
140 9 Sellew, Francis L. Memorandum on Colorado River. 1922. 11pp.
59 11 Message of Geo. W. P. Hunt to the Tenth State Legislature, Phoenix. 1931. 46pp.
59 12 Message of Gov. James G. Scrugham to the Legislature of 1925. Carson City: State Printing Office. 1925. 47pp.
59 13 Message of Governor George H. Dern to the Nineteenth Legislature of the state of Utah. 1931. 49pp.
59 14 Message of Governor George H. Dern to the Seventeenth Legislature of the state of Utah. 1927. 36pp. 2 copies
59 15 The National Geographic magazine. Vol. 45, no. 5. 1924. e150pp. and 1p.
59 16 Official bulletin. Colorado Society of Engineers. Nos. 31-32, 37-40, no. 43-45. 1921-1922. e50pp.
59 17 Tipton, R. J. Outline of present and proposed utilization of Colorado River in Colorado. 1929. 54pp. and folded maps
59 18 Partial proceedings of Conference of Governors, Commissioners and Advisors of the States of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming on the Colorado River, held at Denver, Colorado, Aug. 22 to Sept. 1, 1927. Phoenix: Arizona Commission on the Colorado River. 1927. 80pp.
59 19 Plan of development of the Colorado River. Submitted by Arizona Delegation to California and Nevada Delegations. 1925. 7pp. 2 copies
59 20-21 Proceedings: Conference of Governors. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1938. 247pp.
60 1 Proceedings of the third convention of the League of the Southwest. 1920. 184pp.
140 10 Colorado River Fact-Finding Committee of Utah. Protection to the Imperial Valley. Bulletin no. 2. 1927. 6pp.
60 2 Maddock, Thomas. Reasons for Arizona's opposition to the Swing-Johnson Bill and Santa Fe Compact; with tentative Tri-State Compact submitted to California and Nevada by Arizona Commission. 1927. 10pp.
60 3 The reclamation era. Vol. 32, no. 11. 1946. e25pp.
60 4 United States. Congress. Renaming of the Grand River, Colorado. Hearing before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the House of Representatives on H. J. Res. 460. 66th Cong., 3rd sess. Washington: GPO. 1921. 32pp. VIEW
60 5 Report and submission of the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact, negotiated and signed by commissioners representing the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming at Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 11, 1948, to the Governor and General Assembly, state of Colorado, by the Commissioner for Colorado. 1948. 40pp. 2 copies
60 6 Report and supplemental report of Delph E. Carpenter, Commissioner for Colorado, on the Colorado River Commission. c. 1923. 40pp. 3 inexact copies
140 11 Arizona Engineering Commission. Report based on reconnaissance investigation of Arizona land irrigable from the Colorado River. 1923. e75pp.
60 7 Report of Frank C. Emerson, Commissioner for the State of Wyoming, in re Colorado River Compact. 1923. 21pp. VIEW
60 8 Report on the problems of the Colorado River Basin. Volume 2, Irrigation development in the Upper Basin. N.p.: Bureau of Reclamation. 1924. 173pp.
60 9 A resolution adopted at the conference of the states located in the Colorado River Basin. 1919. 4pp. 2 copies VIEW
140 12 Speech and replies of Hon. Fred T. Colter on the Colorado River Compact. 1923. 15pp.
60 10 Statement concerning 1942 sugar beet production in Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District and its relation to the Colorado-Big Thompson Project. Denver: Colorado Water Conservation Board. 1942. 5pp.
60 11 Statements by various representatives of various water projects concerning water uses from the Colorado River System in Lower Basin and in Mexico made in December 1935 to L. Ward Bannister. 1935. 27pp. VIEW
60 12 The story of the Hoover Dam. Vol. 1-3. New York: Ingersoll-Rand Company. 1934. e120pp.
140 13 Sunset. 1921 August. 88pp.
140 14 Sunset. 1926 February. 96pp.
60 13 Howard, C. S. Suspended matter in the Colorado River in 1925-1928. USGS water-supply paper 636-B. Washington: GPO. 1929. 44pp.
140 15 Child, Richard Washburn. A third United States. The Saturday Evening Post, vol. 198, no. 34. 1926 February 20. 10pp.
60 14 Upper Colorado River Basin Compact, entered into by the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming. Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 11, 1948. 1948. 29pp. 2 copies VIEW
60 15 Bannister, L. Ward. Why it is Hoover Dam! Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times of May 18, 1933. 1933. 6pp.
60 16 Whiting, John A. Wyoming Data, Green River Basin, Wyoming. Specially prepared for presentation at Upper Colorado River Basin States Conference, Denver, Colorado, August 22, 1930. 1930. e30pp.
Compacts.
60 17 Compacts [DEC compilation]. 1921-1927, undated. e120pp.
60 18 Carpenter, Delph E. Conflict of jurisdiction respecting control of waters in western states. 1929. 12pp. 3 inexact copies
60 19 United States. Congress. Congressional Record. Vol. 71, no. 67. 71st Cong., 1st sess. Washington: GPO. 1929 September 13. 3pp.
60 20 Carpenter, Delph E. Interstate river compacts and their place in water utilization. Reprinted from Journal of the American Water Works Association, vol. 20, no. 6. 1928. 10pp. 2 copies VIEW
61 1 Interstate water compacts, 1785-1941: transcripts and analytical table. Technical paper no. 5. N.p.: National Resources Planning Board. 1942. 159pp. and folded maps
61 2 Hinderlider, M. C., and R. I. Meeker. Interstate water problems and their solution: final discussion [with discussion by D. C. Henny and reply]. 1926. 28pp. VIEW
61 3 Van Eysinga, W. J. M. Vienna--the Treaty of Versailles 1815-1819. undated. 17pp.
La Plata River.
61 4 Meeker, R. I. 1920 report, La Plata River interstate water situation. 1920. 97pp. including photos VIEW
61 5 Report of Delph E. Carpenter, Commissioner for the State of Colorado, in re La Plata River Compact. 1922. 22pp. 2 copies VIEW
Laramie River.
61 6 Baily, J. H. and R. G. Hosea. Report of trip over Laramie plains. 1917. 12pp. including photos VIEW
Mexican treaty.
61 7 Breitenstein, Jean S. The 1929 Pan American Arbitration Treaty and the treaty between the United States and Mexico. 1944. 17pp.
61 8 Breitenstein, Jean S. Memorandum concerning proposed treaty between the United States and Mexico over use of the waters of the border streams. 1944. 16pp. 2 copies
61 9 The pending Mexican Treaty: a sound solution of a difficult problem. N.p.: Six States Committee. 1944. 73pp.
61 10 A statement by the Six States Committee, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming, supporting ratification of the proposed treaty between the United States and Mexico. 1944. 9pp. VIEW
61 11 Statement on behalf of California summarizing some of the reasons for opposition to proposed treaty with Mexico relating to the Colorado River. 1944. 16pp. and folded maps
North Platte River.
61 12 Conference of representatives of Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming on distribution of the waters of the North Platte River. 1932. 54pp.
61 13 Meeker, R. I. Controlling factors of complete water utilization of North Platte River. Read before the Nebraska Irrigation Association annual meeting. 1921. 12pp. VIEW
61 14 Hinderlider, M. C. and R. J. Tipton. Preliminary report on proposed North Platte-Cache la Poudre Transmountain Diversion. 1931. 23pp. VIEW
Power.
61 15 Merrill, O. C. Danger of halting water-power development. Read before the National Electric Light Association Convention. 1923. 11pp.
140 16 Development is true conservation. Water Power Development Association. 1916. 10pp.
61 16 Merrill, O. C. The federal water power policy and its results. [Read] before American Association of the Advancement of Science. 1922. 15pp. VIEW
61 17 Minutes of conference between Federal Power Commission and New York State Water Power Commission. 1923. 29pp.
61 18 Report of conferees, representing New York State Water Power Commission, at conference with Federal Power Commission to the governor. 1923. 22pp.
61 19 Merrill, O. C. Some popular fallacies concerning power development. Paper prepared for Convention of Southern Appalachian Water Power Conference. 1923. 12pp.
140 17 Tripp, Guy E. Water power and statesmanship. Reprinted from The New York Times. 1923. e15pp.
Republican River.
61 20 Republican River Compact Administration annual reports -- fourth, fifth and ninth. 1964-1969. e40pp.
61 21 Republican River Compact, signed December 31, 1942, together with explanatory statement and report to the thirty-fourth General Assembly, by M. C. Hinderlider. 1942. 13pp.
61 22 Republican River Compact, signed December 31, 1942, together with explanatory statement and report, by M. C. Hinderlider. 1942. e20pp.
Rio Grande.
61 23 Annual report of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District. 1922. 84pp.
61 24 Meeker, R. I. Consumptive use of water, Rio Grande Basin: consumptive use determinations for Upper and Lower Basins. 1924. 9pp. VIEW
61 25 Thomas, Charles S. Irrigation in Colorado -- distribution of the waters of the Rio Grande. Speech in the Senate of the United States. Washington: GPO. 1914. 68pp.
61 26 Meeker, R. I. Modification of embargo drainage data, San Luis Valley, Colorado, map. 1923. e25pp. VIEW
62 1 Proceedings of the Rio Grande Compact Conference held at Santa Fe, New Mexico. 1934-1935. e100pp. VIEW
140 18 Report for the Red River Land and Water Company project on the living water, reservoir storage and out-growth possibilities of the Red River Project. Field, Fellows and Hinderlider, Consulting Engineers, Denver. 1909. 37pp. included folded maps and charts
62 2 French, James A. Report on drainage investigations: Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. Albuquerque: State Engineer's Office. 1919. 23pp.
62 3 Gault, Homer J. Report on the Middle Rio Grande Reclamation Project, New Mexico. Denver: US Reclamation Service. 1923. e150pp. in 2 inexact copies VIEW
62 4 Meeker, R. I. Reservoir filings and rights of way, San Luis Valley, Colorado. undated. 12pp.
62 5 Rio Grande Basin Compact. 1938. 27pp. 2 copies
62 6 Meeker, R. I. Rio Grande data, progress report no. 1; Review [of] Conkling-Debler report; Maps and graph. 1923. e25pp. VIEW
62 7 Boyd, Nathan. Summary of the salient features of an official crime (the Elephant Butte Dam Affair). undated. 76pp. VIEW
62 8 Arteaga, Luis. The "Valley of Juarez Project" in the state of Chihuahua. From the monthly magazine Irrigacion in Mexico, vol. 1, no. 5. Trans. by R. G. Hosea. 1930. 7pp.
62 9 Meeker, R. I. Water supply, irrigation and drainage, present and future conditions, San Luis Valley, Colorado (preliminary). 1924. 24pp. VIEW
South Platte River.
62 10 Hosea, R. G. Advanced preliminary report on the determination of the return waters of the South Platte River from Julesburg, Colorado to North Platte, Nebraska, August 13-14, 1917 [8th in series]. 1917. 3pp.
62 11 Baily, J. H. and R. G. Hosea. Advanced preliminary report on the determination of the return waters of the South Platte River from Lower Latham Ditch Colo. to Western Canal Nebraska, July 18-25, 1916 [3rd in series]. 1916. 11pp. 2 copies
62 12 Grieve, Thomas, Jr., and R. G. Hosea. Advanced preliminary report on the determination of the return waters of the South Platte River from Lower Latham Ditch Colo. to Western Canal Nebraska, June 27-July 5, 1916 [2nd in series]. 1916. 7pp. 2 copies
62 13 Hosea, R. G. Advanced preliminary report on the determination of the return waters of the South Platte River from the Lower Latham Ditch in Colorado to the Western Canal in Nebraska, April 5-April 12, 1917 [6th in series]. 1917. 6pp.
62 14 Hosea, R. G. Advanced preliminary report on the determination of the return waters of the South Platte River from the Lower Latham Ditch in Colorado to the Western Canal in Nebraska, August 3-August 14, 1917 [11th in series]. 1917. 17pp. 2 copies
62 15 Annual report of the superintendent of the North Sterling Irrigation District. 1925. 6pp.
62 16 Hosea, R. G. Beginning of the Colorado-Nebraska controversy. undated. 10pp.
62 17 Prince, George T. Cheesman Dam. Paper presented at the twenty-sixth annual convention of the American Water Works Association. Denver: Smith-Brooks Printing Company. undated. 35pp.
62 18 Teele, R. P. Early travels on the Platte River. undated. e60pp.
62 19 Interim report: South Platte River Basin assessment. Prepared for the Colorado Water Conservation Board by Woodward-Clyde Consultants. Denver: Colorado Water Conservation Board. 1981. e150pp.
62 20 Hosea, R. G. Measurements on Cache la Poudre River at mouth, South Platte River at Kersey, Empire Canal, Jackson Lake Inlet Canal, North Sterling Intake Canal, Prewitt Inlet Canal, Prewitt Waste Ditch, South Platte River at Balzac, South Platte River at Julesburg. 1917. 30pp. 2 copies
140 19 Nebraska Senate File no. 332. c. 1923. 12pp.
140 20 The Parker Brothers Land Company, Julesburg, Colorado [map]. 1902. 1p. 2 copies
62 21 Teele, R. P. Personal report of investigations of irrigation along the South Platte and Platte Rivers in Colorado and Nebraska. 1918. e80pp. 2 copies VIEW
62 22 Report on flood in South Platte River from Kersey, Colorado to North Platte, Nebraska. 1918. e60pp. including photos VIEW
141 1 Salisbury, Royal. Report on irrigation system, priority and legal status of the Grover Ditch and Reservoir, the Hereford Irrigation System. 1916. e30pp.
140 21 Reservoir sites available for storage of water from the South Platte in Nebraska. 1918. e30pp. including folded map and photo
63 1 Hosea, R. G. Seepage measurements, South Platte River. Series nos. 9, 10 [2 copies], 13, 15. 1917-1918. e85pp.
63 2 The South Platte River Compact. 1923. 8pp. 2 copies
63 3 South Platte River Compact: Colorado proceedings. c. 1925. 31pp.
63 4 Hosea, R. G. A study of the seepage return to the South Platte River. undated. e50pp. VIEW
63 5 Sworn report of E. E. Baker, irrigation engineer, on return waters of South Platte River in Colorado. 1917. e60pp. 2 copies
Water.
63 6 Bulletin -- Drainage: Colorado. Statistics for the state and its counties. Fourteenth census of the United States. Washington: GPO. 1920. 8pp.
140 22 The engineers' bulletin. Vol. 7, no. 4; Vol. 8, no. 6; Vol. 9, no. 9. 1923-1925. e60pp.
63 7 The engineers' bulletin. Vol. 16, no. 4. 1932. 30pp.
63 8 Mead, Elwood. Evolution of water administration in Colorado. Chapter V of Irrigation institutions. undated. 30pp.
63 9 Extract from Nile Projects Commission's Report of the projects set out in the first edition of "Nile Control". 1922. e50pp. 2 copies
63 10 The Greeley District: the garden spot of the golden west. Address of Charles F. Tew before Commercial Club. Greeley: The Commercial Club. 1910. e60pp. 2 copies
63 11 The Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. undated. e20pp.
141 2 The irrigation age. Vol. 30, no. 2-5. 1914-1915. e120pp.
141 3 The irrigation age. Vol. 31, no. 1-2, 4-10, 12. 1915-1916. e220pp.
141 4 The irrigation age. Vol. 33, no. 1-3. 1918. e100pp.
63 12 Prussing, Eugene E. Irrigation and its securities: from an eastern point of view. An address to the Western Irrigation Congress at Denver, Colorado. 1914. 10pp.
63 13 Minutes of a meeting of the Colorado State Water Users Association. 1945. 7pp. VIEW
141 5 Miscellaneous articles. 1921, 1954. 20pp.
63 14 Meeker, R. I. Preliminary report: Gotthelf Interception Ditch System and Gotthelf Highline Canal from Saguache Creek. 1921. 16pp.
63 15 Proceedings, 11th annual meeting, National Reclamation Association. Washington: The Association. 1942. 217pp.
63 16 Report of Clifford H. Stone. 1948. e50pp.
63 17 Carpenter, L. G. Report on the Greeley-Poudre Irrigation District. 1910. e20pp. 3 inexact copies
63 18 River project reports [DEC compilation]. c. 1924-1925. e150pp. VIEW
64 1 Carpenter, L. G. Seepage and return waters. Part I-General discussion and principles. Bulletin 180, Agricultural Experiment Station of the Colorado Agricultural College. Fort Collins: The Experiment Station. 1916. 146pp.
64 2 Summary of 1-14-86 Alliance proposal. 1986. 11pp.
64 3 Mead, Elwood. Systematic aid to settlers the first need in irrigation development. Address delivered at the Irrigation Conference, Denver. 1914. 2pp. VIEW
64 4 Third biennial report of the Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics of Nebraska for 1891 and 1892. Lincoln: Calhoun and Woodruff. 1893. 664pp.
64 5 Thirteenth biennial report of the State Engineer to the Governor of Colorado for the years 1905-1906. Denver: Smith-Brooks Printing Company. 1907. 314pp.
64 6 Swain, Alva A. Under the capitol dome. undated. 5pp.
64 7 Urges that New York City go to Housatonic River for water. From Engineering-News-Record, p. 921, December 2, 1926. 1926. 17pp.
64 8 Water (second draft). undated. 29pp.
Subseries 7.2: Legal. 1866-1982 and undated.
The majority of this subseries is comprised of legal briefs and texts from cases either involving Delph Carpenter or to which he likely referred in the course of his legal work. A large portion of this is Delph's Wyoming vs. Colorado documentation. Though voluminous, volumes are evidently missing. Some of Donald's documents are also here. Materials are arranged alphabetically by title, with the exception of the Wyoming vs. Coloradoand Kansas vs. Colorado categories which are arranged chronologically.
141 6 Adelbert A. Weiland et al. vs. the Pioneer Irrigation Company. 1918. 64pp.
65 1 Briefs: 6138 Arthur Irrigation Company v. Strayer; 6284 Johnson v. Sterling Irrigation Company. c. 1906-1908. e400pp.
141 7 Board of County Commissioners of the County of Weld vs. D. F. Camp; Colorado Supreme Court no. 6226. c. 1907. e40pp.
65 2 Briefs: A 3310 Jones v. Bondurant; A 3331 Northern Colorado Irrigation Company v. Pouppirt. c. 1905-1912. e350pp.
66 1 Briefs: C 5757 Humphreys Tunnel and Mining Company v. Frank; C 5813 Farmers Pawnee Canal Company v. Pawnee Water Storage Company. c. 1904-1909. e600pp.
66 2 The Cache la Poudre Irrigation Company vs. the Larimer and Weld Reservoir Company. Brief and argument for plaintiff in error. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 23pp.
66 3 The California Irrigation District Act: the irrigation laws of California. Modesto: J. C. Cavell. undated. 66pp.
141 8 Charles W. Comstock et al. vs. the Fort Morgan Reservoir and Irrigation Company et al.; Colorado Supreme Court no. 7874. undated. 59pp.
66 4 Colorado v. New Mexico et al. Syllabus on exceptions to report of special master. U. S. Supreme Court [photocopy]. 1982. 12pp.
141 9 The Constitution and the times, address of Clyde C. Dawson, president of the Colorado Bar Association, delivered at Colorado Springs. 1919. 16pp.
66 5 Decrees in the matter of the adjudication of priorities of water rights in Irrigation District No. 1, Division No. 1, State of Colorado. Cases no. 433 and 2142 in the District Court, Weld County. 1914. 137pp.
141 10 Developing the Port of New York, an address by Julius Henry Cohen, counsel to the Port of New York Authority before the National Rivers and Harbors Congress. 1922-1923. e20pp.
66 6 The Divide Canal and Reservoir Company vs. Rollin Q. Tenney. Abstract of record and assignment of errors. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 187pp.
66 7 Wiel, Samuel C. Fifty years of water law. Reprinted from the Harvard Law Review, vol. 50, no. 2. Cambridge: Harvard Law Review Association. 1936. e50pp.
67 1 The Finney County Water Users' Association vs. the Coler Ditch and Reservoir Company. Joint and several answer of certain defendants to the bill of complaint. United States District Court within and for the District of Colorado. undated. 188pp.
67 2 General laws, joint resolutions, memorials, and private acts, passed at the fifth session of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Colorado. Central City: David C. Collier, Miners' Register Office. 1866. e150pp.
141 11 Root, Elihu. The "Great War" and international law. Reprinted from Advocate of Peace [with accompanying notes]. 1921, undated. e25pp.
67 3 The Great Western Railway Company vs. Amos Ackroyd. Brief and argument of defendant in error. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 24pp.
67 4 The Handy Ditch Company vs. the South Side Ditch Company. Brief and argument for defendants in error. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 13pp.
141 12 Harry Chalupa and Joseph S. Knotek vs. Burton Preston; Colorado Supreme Court no. 9121. 1916-1918. e65pp.
141 13 In the matter of the adjudication of priorities of the right of the use of the waters of the Big Laramie River and its tributaries; Laramie County, Wyoming, District Court. 1913. e60pp. including folded tables
67 5 In the matter of the right to construct ditches and reservoirs for the diversion, storage and use of the waters of the Rio Grande in the state of Colorado and the action of the Department of the Interior in reference thereto. undated. 26pp.
141 14 Index of Senate and House bills and resolutions and memorials, Twenty-third General Assembly of Colorado [with accompanying notes]. c. 1920. e220pp.
141 15 James B. Jackson vs. Eric Larson and Edwin T. Larson; Colorado Supreme Court no. 7509. undated. 36pp.
67 6 Jane P. Blake and Richard L. Blake vs. August C. Boye and Benjamin H. Eaton. Brief and argument for appellees. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 24pp.
141 16 John Anderson, county judge of Douglas County, vs. the Board of County Commissioners of said Douglas County; Colorado Supreme Court no. 9212. c. 1917. 20pp.
141 17 John Sedgwick vs. Jerome F. Culp and James B. Jackson; Colorado Supreme Court no. 7466. c. 1909. e40pp.
Kansas vs. Colorado et al. U.S. Supreme Court.
141 18 Brief for defendant, the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, on final hearing. 1906. 130pp.
142 1 Brief for the United States on final hearing. undated. 223pp.
142 2 Brief on behalf of the state of Colorado on final hearing. undated. 352pp. and folded map
142 3 Oral arguments of counsel on final hearing. 1906. 285pp.
67 7 Kansas vs. Colorado et al. U.S. Supreme Court. 1907. 30pp. VIEW
67 8 The Larimer County Canal No. 2 Irrigating Company vs. the New Cache la Poudre Irrigating Company, and John L. Armstrong, Water Commissioner of Water District No. 3. of the State of Colorado. Colorado Supreme Court. 1909, undated. 4 items
67 9 Louis R. Stockman vs. Michael A. Leddy. Reply brief of plaintiff in error. Colorado Supreme Court. undated. 25pp.
Nebraska vs. Wyoming and Colorado. U.S. Supreme Court.
142 4 Answer and cross bill of the State of Colorado. 1936. 60pp.
142 5 Objections of the state of Colorado, impleaded defendant, to the motion on behalf of the United States for leave to file its petition of intervention; and argument in support of objections. 1938. 24pp.
67 10 Petition of Intervention of the United States of America. 1938. 8pp.
142 6 Wiel, Samuel C. Need of unified law for surface and underground water. Reprinted from Southern California Law Review. 1929. 14pp.
142 7 Cohen, Julius Henry. The New York Harbor problem and its legal aspects. Reprinted from The Cornell Law Quarterly. 1920. e30pp.
67 11 Hayt, Charles D. Pending controversies over interstate streams. Address at Colorado Bar Association, fourteenth annual meeting. 1911. 24pp.
67 12 Publications of the Colorado Bar Association. 1925-1926. e70pp.
142 8 Lewis, John H. State and national water laws, with detailed statement of the Oregon system of water titles. ASCE Transactions, paper no. 1256. 1913. e80pp.
67 13 Witkin, B. E. Summary of California law. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. 1929. 176pp.
67 14 Tabulation of adjudicated rights in Water Division Number One. Comp. by Louise Jabelmann. [Denver]: State Board of Control. 1914. 155pp.
67 15 Malone, George W. To the Committee on Conservation and Administration of the Public Domain. 1930. 14pp.
67 16 McGregor, T. H. The trial lawyer. Address delivered June 1, 1922, to the Arkansas State Bar Association, at Little Rock. 1922, 1927. 19pp.
142 9 United States Supreme Court opinions. 1921. e80pp.
68 1 Water District No. 2, adjudication of priorities: decree of District Court of Arapahoe County. Denver: Tribune. 1883. 32pp.
68 2 Water law [DEC compilation]. 1908-1931, undated. e250pp.
68 3 Water rights and irrigation law. Appropriation water rights. undated. 46pp.
68 4 Mead, Elwood. Water rights on the Missouri River and its tributaries. USDA bulletin no. 58. Washington: GPO. 1899. 80pp.
68 5 Wyoming vs. Colorado. Brief in opposition to motion to dismiss. U.S. Supreme Court. 1931. 65pp.
142 10 Wyoming vs. Colorado. Defendant's brief and argument. U.S. Supreme Court. 1935. 177pp.
142 11 Wyoming vs. Colorado. Return of the defendant the state of Colorado to the rule to show cause entered March 4, 1940. U.S. Supreme Court. 1940. 38pp.
Wyoming vs. Colorado et al. U.S. Supreme Court.
143 1 Answer of the Laramie-Poudre Reservoirs and Irrigation Company; with, Map showing watersheds of the Laramie and Cache la Poudre Rivers. undated. 21pp. 2 copies, plus 1 folded map
143 2 Application for appointment of commissioner to take testimony. 1913. 5pp.
68 6 Evidence taken on behalf of the defendants. Vol. 1. 1913. 505pp.
69 1 Evidence taken on behalf of the defendants. Vol. 5. 1914. 510pp.
69 2 Brief on behalf of the plaintiff. 1916. 131pp.
69 3 Supplemental brief on behalf of the plaintiff. 1916. 189pp.
69 4 Brief for defendants. Vol. I. 1916. 145pp.
143 3 Brief for defendants. Vol. I [notes copy]. 1916. e200pp.
70 1 Brief for defendants. Vol. II. 1916. 265pp.
143 4 Part I, volume II, of brief for defendants. 1916. 124pp.
143 5 Transcript of record. Vol. I. 1916. 610pp.
70 2 Transcript of record. Vol. II. 1916. e700pp.
71 1 Supplemental brief on behalf of defendants. Vol. I. 1917. 366pp.
71 2 Supplemental brief on behalf of defendants. Vol. II. 1917. 150pp.
71 3 Brief for the United States. 1917. 174pp.
71 4 Brief in answer to the brief of the United States. 1917. 47pp. 2 copies
71 5 Brief for the United States, rearguement. 1922. 69pp.
Subseries 7.3: Other. 1856-1992 and undated.
This subseries holds the smaller categories of publications and reports that family members saved. These include agriculture, the Baca Land Grant, cattle, Colorado, Fort Morgan/Morgan County, Greeley/Weld County, Herbert Hoover, the New Mexico Military Institute, and religion as well as a miscellaneous category. There are also categories for Delph E. Carpenter, Donald A. Carpenter, and M. J. Hogarty, holding publications containing mention of them. Family bibles and hymnals are found in the religion category. Other types of publications found here are essays, magazines, brochures, pamphlets, government documents, directories, reports, yearbooks, speeches, and books. Materials are arranged alphabetically by title within each category.
Agriculture.
72 1 Agriculture by irrigation in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Loan and Trust Company. 1884. 32pp.
72 2 Bulletin - Agriculture: Colorado. Fourteenth Census of the United States. 1920. 32pp.
72 3 Widtsoe, John A. Dry-farming: a system of agriculture for countries under a low rainfall. New York: Macmillan. 1912. 445pp.
72 4 Something about tree life fruit growers should learn. Address given by S. L. Woodbury before the State Horticultural Convention at the state capitol building, Denver. 1897. 16pp.
72 5 Headden, William P. Yellow-berry in wheat: its cause and prevention. Bulletin 205, Agricultural Experiment Station of the Colorado Agricultural College. Fort Collins: The Experiment Station. 1915. 38pp.
Baca Land Grant.
143 6 Cox, Irene Flom. Development of Baca Grant Number Four. M.A. thesis, Adams State College. 1948. 131pp.
144 1 Preliminary geohydrologic investigation of the Baca Land Grant. Prepared by American Water Development, Inc. 1986. e50pp. + folded maps
Carpenter, Delph E.
72 6 The Colorado alumnus. Vol.13, no. 5. 1923. 24pp. 2 copies
72 7 The Colorado magazine. Vol. 21, no. 1. Denver: State Historical Society of Colorado. 1944. 40pp. 2 copies
72 8 Official membership directory of the Colorado Society of Engineers. 1944. 19pp.
72 9 University of Denver pioneer. Vol. 1, no.1. 1950. 16pp.
Carpenter, Donald A.
72 10 Colorado courts. 1978 September and October. 4pp. 2 copies each
72 11 F.R.T.C. ledger. Vol. 2, no. 7. 1943. 8pp. 2 copies
72 12 The mountain states beet grower. Vol. 8, no. 6. 1946. 8pp. 2 copies
Cattle.
72 13 45th annual report of receipts and shipments of live stock at Kansas City Stock Yards for year ending Dec. 31, 1915. Summary for years 1871-1915. Kansas City, Mo.: Stock Yards Printing Company. 1915. 27pp.
72 14 Norgaard, Victor A. Blackleg: its nature, cause, and prevention. Circular 31, USDA, Bureau of Animal Industry. [Washington: GPO]. 1915. 22pp.
72 15 Norgaard, Victor A. Directions for the use of blackleg vaccine. Circular 23, USDA, Bureau of Animal Industry. Washington: GPO. 1915. 8pp.
72 16 Milking Shorthorn journal. Vol. IX, nos. 6-8, 10. 1928. 80pp.
72 17 Shorthorn cattle: history, characteristics and other information. Chicago: American Shorthorn Breeders Association. undated. 47pp.
Colorado.
72 18 The grand old days of Great Western. Denver: Great Western Sugar Company. 1960. e40pp.
72 19 Inaugural address of William E. Sweet, Governor of Colorado. Delivered before the twenty-fourth session of the General Assembly. 1923. 24pp.
72 20 Sprik, Hubert J. The Kuner story: a historical album of the Kuner Christian Reformed Church, Kuner, Colorado, 1909-1918. Greeley: Gospel Gazette. 1972. 72pp.
72 21 The natural resources and industrial development and condition of Colorado. Denver: Bureau of Immigration and Statistics. 1889. 120pp.
72 22 University of Colorado bulletin. Vol. 23, no. 7. General series no. 196. Commencement. Boulder: Regents of the University of Colorado. 1923. 27pp. 2 copies
Fort Morgan/Morgan County.
73 1 Facts about Colorado in Morgan County: under the Bijou irrigation canals and reservoirs. Denver: Irrigation Era Printing Company. undated. 24pp.
73 2 Fort Morgan and Morgan County Colorado: a story of the attractions and wonderful resources of Morgan County told in pictures and words. Fort Morgan: Herald Art Printery. undated. e20pp.
Greeley/Weld County.
73 3 Directory, First Methodist Episcopal Church. Greeley: Standard Printing. 1911. 21pp.
73 4 Directory of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Greeley: Greeley Sun Print. 1906. e40pp.
73 5 Farming in Colorado under the system of irrigation; also a short review of the climate and resources of Weld County and the City of Greeley. Greeley: Sun Publishing. 1887. 34pp.
73 6 First annual report of the Union Colony of Colorado, including a history of the town of Greeley, from its date of settlement to the present time. New York: George W. Southwick. 1871. 40pp.
73 7 The GHS spud. Vol. 11. Greeley: Senior Class of '19, Greeley High School. 1919. e100pp.
73 8 The Greeley book of favorite quotations. Compiled by the Ladies of Unity Circle. Greeley: n.p.. 1899. 60pp.
73 9 Carpenter, Francis M. A history of Occidental Lodge No. 20 A. F. & A. M.: Greeley, Colorado, 1871-1971. 1971. 10pp. and bookmark
73 10 Ball, George S. Into the sunset: reminiscent of early days in Northern Weld County. Greeley: Greeley Tribune-Republican. 1966. 185pp.
73 11 Little drops of water: Weld County, Colorado. Greeley: Greeley Commercial Club. undated. 31pp.
73 12 Report of the second annual convention of the Weld County Farmers Protective Assn. 1915. 20pp.
73 13 The spud. Vol. 13. Greeley: Senior Class of 1921, Greeley High School. 1921. 95pp.
73 14 The spud. Vol. 16. Greeley: Senior Class of 1924, Greeley High School. 1924. e90pp.
73 15 The truth about the trouble in the Greeley M. E. Church. undated. 2pp.
73 16 The viking. Vol. 1. Greeley: Greeley High School. 1897. e60pp.
150 10 Weld County, Colorado, a complete list of its towns together with a detailed description of each. c. 1913. 52pp.
73 17 The Weld County magazine. Vol. 1, no. 5-6. 1919. 44pp.
73 18 The Weld County magazine. Vol. 1, no. 12. 1920. 16pp.
Hogarty, M. J..
74 1 Thatcher, Joseph M. and Robin D. Campbell. Refurnishing the Officers' Quarters at Fort Ontario. From Curator, vol. 35, no. 2. 1992. 8pp.
Hoover, Herbert.
74 2 O'Brien, Francis William. Bicentennial reflections on Herbert Hoover and the Supreme Court. Reprinted from Iowa law review, vol. 61, no. 2. 1975. 11pp.
74 3 Hoover, Herbert. The confused state of the Union. Address at Lincoln Birthday Dinner under auspices of Multnomah County Republican Central Committee. 1936. 12pp.
74 4 Hoover, Herbert. Government ownership. Address delivered in Washington, D.C.. 1924. 16pp.
150 11 Herbert Hoover, the uncommon man. 1974. 59pp.
74 5 Hoover, Herbert. The road to freedom: the Republican issue. Address to the Republican National Convention. 1936. 39pp.
Miscellaneous.
74 6 The arrowhead magazine. 1924. 31pp.
144 2 Cabin days: the observations of Peter Brindle. c. 1929. 33pp.
74 7 Chase County Fair Diamond Jubilee Celebration. Imperial, Nebraska. 1960. e30pp.
74 8 Harvey, Robert. Circular of instructions to the county surveyors of Nebraska. Lincoln: Woodruff Bank Note Company. 1914. 68pp.
74 9 Colorado Republican text book: campaign of 1912. Denver: Republican State Central Committee. 1912. 176pp.
74 10 Herndon, Sarah Raymond. Days on the road: crossing the plains in 1865. New York: Burr Printing House. 1902. 270pp.
74 11 The Department of the Interior: a review for 1925. Washington: GPO. 1925. 39pp.
74 12 Essays by Ralph Carr. undated. e70pp.
74 13 Belli, Melvin with Robert Blair Kaiser. Melvin Belli: my life on trial. New York: William Morrow. 1976. 351pp.
75 1 The National Geographic magazine. Vol. 29, no. 5. 1916. e120pp.
144 3 Proceedings of the Conference of Western Governors, held at Salt Lake City, Utah. 1913. 119pp.
75 2 The railway conductor. Vol. 45, no. 8. 1928. e50pp.
75 3 Anderson, Charles J. and Isobel Davidson. Reading objectives. New York: Laurel Book Company. 1929. 408pp.
75 4 Baker, Herbert M. Some verses. Greeley: Greeley Sun Print. 1903. 13pp.
144 4 Trust indenture, Palos Verdes Project, between E. G. Lewis and Title Insurance and Trust Company, trustee. 1921. 122pp.
New Mexico Military Institute.
75 5 Circular of information, 1923-1924. Denver: Welch-Haffner Press. 1923. 74pp.
75 6 Circular of information, 1925-1926. Denver: Welch-Haffner Press. 1925. 86pp.
75 7 New Mexico Military Institute: Roswell, New Mexico [2 different booklets]. undated. e40pp.
75 8 Register of former cadets of New Mexico Military Institute, 1898-1930. Roswell: n.p.. 1931. 109pp.
Religion.
75 9 Bible [of Bennett family]. undated. e250pp. Missing cover. Fragile.
76 1 The book of common prayer and the administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church. Cambridge: James Pott. 1893. 424pp. Front cover detached, back cover missing. Fragile.
144 5 Christian Science Quarterly (Bible lessons). Vol. L, no. 3. 1939. 45pp.
76 2 The hymnal, revised and enlarged. Cambridge: James Pott. 1893. 643pp. Front cover missing. Fragile.
76 3 Hymns for the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, with tunes for congregational worship. New York: Carlton and Porter. 1857. 368pp.
76 4 The soldier's prayer book, arranged from the book of common prayer; with additional collects and hymns. Philadelphia: Protestant Episcopal Book Society. 1861. 64pp. VIEW
76 5 Sunday-school almanac. New York: Carlton and Phillips. 1856. 32pp.
76 6 Ursuline manual [of Hogarty family]. undated. 520pp. Covers detached, title page missing. Fragile.
Subseries 7.4: Oversize. 1890-1980 and undated.
This subseries contains large published maps, mostly showing Colorado locations, especially Weld and other counties. A few depict other states, including five of the other Colorado River Basin states, as well as the entire U.S. They are arranged by size.
Drwr 1 1 Maps. 1911-1930, undated. 6 sheets
Drwr 1 1 "Carr, Weld County, Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "Rio Grande Project, New Mexico-Texas". 1911. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "General map of proposed Rio Grande Project, New Mexico". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "Routt County Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "State of Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 "Fort Collins, Colorado". undated. VIEW
Drwr 1 2 Maps. 1909-1938, undated. 11 sheets
Contains "Clason's map of the Denver-Greeley District," "Greeley Town Center," USGS topographic map of Colorado-Wyoming home quadrangle, "Gelder's map of Larimer County, Colorado" (2 copies), "Clason's map of Routt County, Colorado," "Map of Morgan County, Colo." (2 similar copies), "Morgan County, Colorado," "Clason's map of the San Luis Valley," and "Colorado-Big Thompson Project, general map."
Drwr 1 3 The Denver Republican new wall atlas. c. 1900. 5 sheets
Includes statistics, both hemispheres, the United States, and Colorado.
Drwr 3 4 Large maps. 1906, 1908, 1921, undated. 6 sheets
Contains "Map of the State of Colorado showing the irrigation divisions and the water districts," "United States showing routes of principal explorers and early roads and highways," "Map of Oregon and Upper California from the surveys of John Charles Fremont," "Gotthelf interception ditches, Gotthelf Highline Canal and related units," and "Saguache Creek ditches and irrigated areas" (2 similar copies).
Drwr 3 5 Large maps. 1910-1915. 6 sheets
Maps of the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, and Nevada, all made by the Department of the Interior, General Land Office.
Drwr 3 6 Large maps. 1915, 1925, undated. 8 sheets
Contains "Colorado, Home quadrangle" (USGS), "Map of South Platte River, Upper Section," "Map of South Platte River, Lower Section" (2 sheets), "Diagram showing location of and distances between ditches from the South Platte River" (3 sheets), and "Map of the Costilla Estates located in Colorado and New Mexico, USA."
Tube 1 Map of the City of Greeley, Weld County, Colorado. Business directory. c. 1890s. 1 sheet. Fragile.
Tube 2 Clason's industrial map of Colorado. 1905. 1 sheet. Fragile.
Tube 3 Map of the irrigated farms of Northern Colorado, 1915, prepared by R. W. Gelder. 1915. 1 sheet. Fragile.
Tube 4 Rolled maps. 1967-1980. 3 sheets
Contains "City of Greeley, Colorado. Official property map," and "Weld County, Colorado" 1967 and 1977 versions.
Tube 5 Map of eastern half of Nebraska. undated. 1 sheet. Fragile.


Series 8: Clippings, newspapers, and scrapbooks, 1862-1991 and undated (3.65 linear feet)

Multiple generations of the Carpenter family saved newspapers and clippings, thus the 130-year span of this series. Brought together, they are an excellent chronology of the family's activities and interests, especially those of Delph Carpenter, as well as the Greeley community. The series is divided into three subseries according to format.
Box Folder
Subseries 8.1: Clippings. 1862-1991 and undated.
The clippings in this subseries are divided into three subject categories: Compact, river and water issues; Individuals and families; and Other. Even though any given clipping could be on multiple subjects, each clipping was filed in only one location, thus requiring researchers to check multiple folders to ensure complete coverage of topics. The first category--Compact, river, and water issues--contains much press coverage of compact negotiations. The Colorado River Compact is the one best documented here. Lawsuits regarding interstate rivers are found in this category as well. The Individuals and families category contains clippings on members of the Carpenter and Hogarty families as well as friends, Delph's associates, and Greeley community members. The final category, Other, contains mostly articles on Greeley history, including series written by Grace Allen. Other subjects relate to agriculture, politics, and Carpenter's murder cases (Rising and Simonson). Most of the newspapers represented in this subseries are based in Colorado (especially Greeley), but some from outside the state are included as well. Folders are arranged alphabetically within each category; clippings within are arranged chronologically as far as possible. All of the clippings have been photocopied and the originals removed, except for those in Box 144.
Compact, river, and water issues.
77 1 Arizona vs. California. 1925-1936, undated. 13pp.
144 6 Arkansas River. 1914-1924. e20pp.
77 2 Arkansas River. 1921-1928, undated. e20pp.
77 3 Boulder/Hoover Dam. 1923-1949, undated. e50pp.
144 7 Boulder/Hoover Dam. 1924-1929, undated. e20pp.
77 4 Carpenter Reservoir Bill. 1909-1912, undated. e60pp.
144 8-9 Colorado River. 1920-1937, undated. e120pp.
77 5-8 Colorado River. 1920-1937, 1978, undated. e200pp.
77 9 Davis controversy. 1914. 11pp.
77 10 Irrigation. 1909-1976, undated. e50pp.
77 11 La Plata River. 1921-1933, undated. 19pp.
144 10 La Plata River. 1922-1929, undated. 13pp.
144 11 North Platte River. 1923. 1p.
77 12 North Platte River. 1923-1938, undated. e30pp.
77 13 Power. 1914-1932, undated. e20pp.
77 14 Pueblo flood. 1921-1925. 4pp.
77 15 Rio Grande. 1910-1933, undated. e110pp.
144 12 Rio Grande. 1924-1930, undated. e20pp.
77 16 Rivers, miscellaneous. 1910-1938, undated. 10pp.
77 17 South Platte River. 1921-1931, undated. e20pp.
144 13 South Platte River. 1923. 10pp.
77 18 Swing-Johnson Bill. 1924-1929, undated. e40pp.
78 1 Water, miscellaneous. 1902-1979, undated. e30pp.
144 14 Water, miscellaneous. 1917-1925, undated. 5pp.
78 2 Water rights. 1896-1979, undated. e30pp. VIEW
78 3 Wyoming vs. Colorado. 1913-1970, undated. e30pp.
Individuals and families.
78 4-5 Carpenter, Delph E. 1896-1971, undated. e110pp. VIEW
144 15 Carpenter, Delph E. 1922-1951. 12pp.
78 6 Carpenter, Donald A. 1940-1991, undated. e50pp.
78 7 Carpenter family. 1862-1986, undated. e60pp. VIEW
78 8 Carpenter, Frank. 1922-1925, undated. 13pp.
78 9 Eaton, Mame Hogarty. 1910. 5pp. VIEW
78 10 Friends of Carpenter family. 1922, undated. e20pp.
78 11 Greeley pioneer obituaries. 1888-1948, undated. e120pp.
78 12 Hogarty family. 1891-1948, undated. e25pp. VIEW
78 13 Hoover, Herbert. 1924-1974, undated. e50pp.
144 16 Hoover, Herbert. undated. 3pp.
78 14 Meeker family. 1897-1923, undated. e25pp.
78 15 Perkins, E. M. 1907, undated. e30pp.
78 16 Phipps, Lawrence C. 1924-1927, undated. e15pp.
78 17 Roosevelt, Theodore. 1906-1910, undated. e25pp.
Other subjects.
78 18 Agriculture. 1914-1924, undated. 13pp.
144 17 Agriculture. 1923. 1p.
Allen, Grace N.
78 19 Cow Country Recollections series. 1948. 11pp.
79 1 Miscellaneous articles. 1946-1948. e20pp.
79 2 Our Pioneer Neighbors series. 1947-1948. e30pp.
79 3 Pioneer Days in Greeley series. 1945-1946. e20pp.
79 4 Weld County Frontier Life series. 1946. e25pp.
79 5 Cattle. 1910-1927, undated. e25pp.
144 18 Christian Science. 1928-1937. e30pp.
79 6 Christian Science. 1937-1938, undated. 8pp.
79 7 Clayton controversy. 1909-1910. 13pp.
79 8 Colorado towns and cities. 1915-1949, undated. 6pp.
144 19 Colorado towns and cities. 1916. 4pp.
79 9 Development. 1909-1926, undated. e25pp.
79 10 Greeley and Weld County. 1882-1961, undated. e100pp.
79 11 Greeley history. 1897-1946, undated. e50pp.
79 12 Miscellaneous. 1885-1961, undated. e70pp.
79 13 Pioneers. 1899-1946, undated. e50pp.
79 14 Politics and government. 1904-1950, undated. e130pp.
144 20 Politics and government. 1921-1926, undated. 8pp.
79 15 Rising case. 1910-1919. 3pp.
79 16 Senate/Senators. 1908-1925, undated. e40pp.
79 17 Simonson case. 1907, undated. 10pp.
79 18 Swain, Alva -- Newspaper articles. 1936-1944, undated. e20pp.
79 19 The West. 1914-1932, undated. e20pp.
79 20 Yesterday in Greeley series. 1958. 5pp.
Subseries 8.2: Newspapers. 1862-1920.
Some newspapers were printed on high-quality paper, allowing them to be saved intact. This subseries contains those newspapers, the majority being special issues of The Greeley Tribune concerning Greeley history, often illustrated. Some contain articles by or about Delph Carpenter. The items are arranged in chronological order, with the earliest being a Civil War newspaper saved by James Carpenter. The April 20, 1865, Tipton (Iowa) Advertiser contains news of President Lincoln's assassination. The Country Gentleman contains the article "The Water Oracle of Greeley" by E. V. Wilcox.
81 1 Camp Life. 1862 October 13.
81 2 Tipton Advertiser. 1865 April 20.
81 3 Greeley Tribune, illustrated extra. 1880 July.
81 4 Greeley Tribune, extra. 1886 October.
81 5 Greeley Tribune. 1889 Fall.
81 6 Greeley Tribune. 1897 December 9.
81 7 Greeley Tribune. 1902 August 14.
82 2 Weld County News. 1917 July 4. 2 copies
81 8 Country Gentleman. 1920 October 9.
148 2 Denver Post. 1922 December 31. 2 copies
149 7 Arizona Republican. 1925 January 13 and February 1.
Subseries 8.3: Scrapbooks. 1881-1946.
This subseries contains three scrapbooks of newspaper clippings. The one created by Leroy and Martha Bennett Carpenter covers various subjects, including agriculture and religion. The second, of unknown creation, contains mostly articles clipped from The Saturday Evening Post, also on a variety of subjects, including some on water and political topics. The final scrapbook contains mostly articles on Greeley history by Grace Allen. The scrapbooks are arranged chronologically.
80 1 Leroy and Martha Bennett Carpenter's scrapbook. c. 1881-1922. 64pp. Fragile.
81 9 Saturday Evening Post scrapbook. 1925-1931. e200pp.
81 10 Grace Allen scrapbook. 1945-1946. e50pp.


Series 9: Photographs, 1850-1979 and undated (15.25+ linear feet)

This series visually depicts the family for more than one hundred years. The majority of the photographs here are portraits, though snapshots are present as well. Photographic processes and formats are widely representative of the period covered, including daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, cartes de visite, cabinet cards, stereographs, glass plate negatives, gelatin silver prints, and more. Very few color prints exist. The series is divided into eight subseries, with one for Delph Carpenter, four for families and other people, one for subjects, and two for formats. Women are listed under their maiden and married names as appropriate, so may be found in different subseries. Oversized, framed, and cased photos as well as those in decorative folders are housed separately, but copy photographs or photocopies stand in so researchers can view all the images in one place.
Box Folder
Subseries 9.1: DEC portraits and professional activities. 1878-1926.
This subseries contains portraits of Delph E. Carpenter as well as snapshots related to his professional activities. Snapshots of his family life are found in Subseries 2. Group portraits including Carpenter are found here also, including from high school and college, as well as compact and legislation signings. Photos are arranged by item number but are listed chronologically.
83 09a001: "Delphus 1 yr". 1878. Tintype.
83 09a002: DEC and Alfred Carpenter. "Delphus 3, Alfred 7 yrs". 1880. VIEW
83 09a003a-c: Fred Carpenter, Alfred Carpenter and DEC. On a: "Fred 9, A. B. 17 yrs, D. E. 13 yrs". 1890.
83 09a004: DEC as teenager. c. 1891. Tintype, detached.
83 09a005a-c: "D. E. Carpenter, 17 yrs". c. 1894.
83 09a006: "Delphus E. Carpenter, 17 yrs." On verso: "D. E. Carpenter, GHS '96". c. 1894-1896.
83 09a007-09a008: Greeley High School, Class of 1896, group photo. DEC standing fourth from left; Michaela Hogarty standing second from right. c. 1896. VIEW
83 09a009: Greeley High School, Class of 1896, distant group photo. c. 1896.
Drwr 1 1 09a053: "D.U. Glee Club". 1898. Fragile
Drwr 1 1 09a054: Group of DU students [?]. c. 1899.
83 09a010a-c: DEC, looking right. On verso a: "Delph E. Carpenter, Denver, 6-30-'99." On verso b: "DEC during law school attendance". 1899. VIEW
83 09a011a-b: DEC, looking straight. 1899.
83 09a012a-b: DEC, looking left. On verso a: "Delphus Emery [sic] Carpenter, Graduate of Denver Law School 1899". 1899.
104 09a013: Portraits of DEC and law school classmates. 1899. DEC portrait same as 09a012. Oversize.
83 09a014: Group of young men. DEC, front row, right end. c. 1899.
83 09a015a-b: DEC on horse. 1903. Copy b in oversize (box 104, folder 2). VIEW
83 09a016a-c: DEC looking right. On verso a: "Delph E. Carpenter, Greeley. Candidate for State Senator on Republican ticket, Weld County. Return to Edna Andrews, Greeley, Colo.". c. 1908. Copy c framed with 09c040b, MHC (box 102, folder 1). VIEW
100 1 09a017: DEC looking straight, wearing glasses. 1909. In decorative folder.
83 09a018a-c: DEC looking left, wearing glasses. On a: "D. E. Carpenter". c. 1909.
83 09a019: Group of men in lieutenant governor's office, DEC standing second from right. c. 1909.
83 09a020a-c: DEC looking straight. On verso a: "Senator Delph E. Carpenter, Greeley, Colo. ..." On verso b: "Delph E. Carpenter about 1905". c. 1910.
83 09a021: DEC seated in chair, leaning on arm. c. 1910. VIEW
Drwr 1 1 09a050: Group outdoors, dedication of Poudre Tunnel. DEC back row, seventh from right. 1910. Panoramic.
83 09a022a-c: DEC at desk in senate. On verso a: "Regular Session 1911, Desk 10, Front Row". 1911. VIEW
84 09a049: "Annual dinner, Union Colony of Colorado, 1912, 1st Cong Church Greeley" (from verso). DEC at center. 1912.
83 09a023: Group of men outdoors. On verso: "Taken at Laramie, Wyo, 1913 during first week of Wyo-Colo hearing. Left to right: McAnelly - Ft Collins, Farrar - (ditto), D. E. Carpenter - Greeley, John D. Clark - Cheyenne, L. G. Carpenter - Denver, Preston - (ditto)". 1913. Photo cracked horizontally. VIEW
83 09a024a-b: DEC seated in chair, holding book. c. 1917. Copy b in decorative folder (box 100, folder 2). VIEW
83 09a025a-c: DEC seated in chair. c. 1917. Copy c in decorative folder (box 100, folder 3). VIEW
83 09a026a-b: DEC looking right. c. 1917. Copy b in decorative folder (box 100, folder 4).
84 09a027a-c: DEC looking straight, view 1. c. 1920s.
84 09a028a-g: DEC looking straight, view 2. c. 1920s. Three 8x10, one 5x7, three oversize (box 104, folder 3) and one copy negative (box 101).
84 09a029a-f: DEC wearing hat, view 1. c. 1920s. Three 8x10 and three oversize (box 104, folder 4).
84 09a030a-c: DEC wearing hat, view 2. c. 1920s.
84 09a031a-e: DEC standing. c. 1920s. Three 8x10 and two oversize (box 104, folder 5). VIEW
104 6 09a027-09a031: Page of proofs. c. 1920s. Oversize.
104 7 09a032: DEC looking straight. c. 1920s. Proof, oversize.
104 8 09a033: DEC looking left. c. 1920s. Proof, oversize.
84 09a034: Colorado River Commission, DEC standing on left. On verso: "Colorado River Commission, Denver, March 31, 1922". 1922. VIEW
84 09a035: Colorado River Commission, DEC standing on left. 1922. VIEW
84 09a036: Colorado River Commission, DEC second from left. 1922. VIEW
84 09a037: Colorado River Commission at compact signing, DEC fourth from left. 1922. VIEW
84 09a038a-c: Colorado River Compact hearing (?), DEC seated second row center. c. 1922. VIEW
84 09a039a-c: DEC looking straight. On verso a: "D. E. Carpenter". c. 1922. VIEW
84 09a040: DEC looking to left. c. 1922.
84 09a041: Governor Morley signing Colorado River Compact and South Platte River Compact bills, DEC standing center. 1925. VIEW
84 09a042: Governor Morley signing Colorado River Compact and South Platte River Compact bills, everyone watching, DEC standing center. On verso: printing instructions. 1925.
84 09a043: Governor Hunt of Arizona and DEC. On verso: "Compliments, Edwin A. Halsey, U. S. Senate". 1925.
84 09a044: Unidentified man, Governor Hunt and DEC. On verso: "Gov. Hunt Ariz (center). Compliments, Edwin A. Halsey, U. S. Senate". 1925.
84 09a045: Group of men at Grand Canyon, DEC on right. On verso: "Grand Canyon. Is it King's finger or Boatright's cigar?". 1925.
84 09a046: DEC, seated, in boat on Colorado River in Grand Canyon. On verso: "Compliments, Edwin A. Halsey, U. S. Senate". 1925.
145 09a052: DEC with two other men at Roosevelt Dam in Arizona. 1925. VIEW
84 09a047: Group of men outdoors, DEC second from left. c. 1925.
145 09a051a-c: DEC standing, in suit and hat. c. 1925. Copy c in decorative folder (box 144, folder 21)
84 09a048: Group outdoors. "1. Russ Tatum, 2. Robert Burke, 3. H. S. McCluskey, 4. Delph Carpenter, 5. Mrs. Burah, 6. Gov. Geo. W. P. Hunt." On verso: "Agua Caliente, Sept 19, 1926". 1926.
Subseries 9.2: Carpenter family. 1850-1979.
A mix of portraits and snapshots, the photographs in this subseries show the Carpenter family for more than 100 years. Events pictured include Leroy and Martha's golden wedding anniversary celebration and Leroy's 82nd birthday. Delph is pictured at both these events and in other snapshots. Photos are arranged by item number but are listed in chronological order; those difficult to date exactly were placed in round-number years.
119 Tray 1 09b002: George Carpenter. 1850. Cased photograph.
119 Tray 1 09b001: Sarah Carpenter. 1861. Cased photograph, note behind.
84 09b003: "James Carpenter". c. 1862.
119 Tray 1 09b004: James Carpenter. 1863. Cased photograph, note behind.
119 Tray 1 09b186: LSC. 1863. Cased photograph, note behind.
119 Tray 1 09b005: LSC. 1864. Cased photograph.
147 Tray 1 09b188: LSC. c. 1864. Cased photograph.
84 09b006: LSC. 1865. Tintype.
119 Tray 1 09b007: Silas Carpenter (?). c. 1867. Cased photograph.
84 09b008: Silas Carpenter (?). c. 1869. Tintype.
84 09b009: "Harry Alexander Carpenter". c. 1869.
84 09b010: Mary Carpenter. "Col. Don's wife". c. 1870s. Tintype.
84 09b011: LSC. c. 1870.
84 09b012a-b: LSC and MBC. 1872. Both annotated.
84 09b013: LSC and MBC. 1872.
84 09b014: LSC. c. 1872.
84 09b015: "Mary P. Carpenter, Peter's wife". c. 1872.
84 09b016: "Don Carpenter". c. 1872.
84 09b017: Alfred Carpenter. "Alfie 1 yr". 1874. Tintype.
84 09b018: Daniel Carpenter. c. 1875. Colored. Mat loose.
84 09b019: "John Dump Carpenter" (from verso). c. 1880s.
84 09b020: George Carpenter. c. 1880.
84 09b021: MBC. 1880.
84 09b022: MBC. 1882.
84 09b023: Nancy Scott Carpenter. 1882.
84 09b024: "Silas Carpenter". 1882.
84 09b025a-c: Bennett sisters: MBC and sisters. c. 1885.
84 09b026a-b-09b027: Carpenter family in front of house. c. 1885.
84 09b028: "Fred G. Carpenter, 4 yrs". c. 1885.
84 09b029: MBC and LSC. c. 1890.
84 09b030: Carpenter boy (?) on ground with another boy. c. 1890.
84 09b031: Alfred Carpenter. c. 1891.
84 09b032: Fred Carpenter (?). c. 1891. Tintype.
84 09b033a-b: DEC with dog and gun. 1892.
84 09b034: DEC and Fred Carpenter with dog and guns. 1892.
84 09b035-09b036: Carpenter family and friends (?). c. 1894.
84 09b037: Fred Carpenter (?) with dog. c. 1894.
84 09b038a-b: Fred Carpenter (?) with gun and dog. c. 1895.
82 1 09b039: LSC. c. 1895. Oversize.
84 09b040: Fred Carpenter "15 yrs". c. 1896.
84 09b041-09b043: Fred Carpenter "17 yrs". c. 1898. Three small photos pasted onto 09b040.
84 09b044-09b045: Fred Carpenter. c. 1900.
84 09b046-09b048: LSC and MBC. c. 1900. 09b048 has four shots.
84 09b049: MBC and Mary Bennett Green. c. 1900. Annotated on verso.
84 09b050: MBC and LSC with schoolmates and others. c. 1900.
84 09b051: MBC with group of children. c. 1900.
84 09b052: Jessie Fox Carpenter. c. 1900.
104 9 09b053: Group in wagon labeled "Get on to the bride and groom. Dr. Robie Smedley, Anice Strong Felton, April 30, 1902." On verso: "Bruce Eaton, Delph E. Carpenter, Wm Petrikin, ?, Dr. Smedley and Anice Felton (now Smedley)". 1902. Left corner missing. Oversize.
84 09b054a-c: MBC holding Michaela Carpenter. 1902. All annotated on verso.
84 09b055: Unidentified woman and child. c. 1902. Attached to 09b054b.
84 09b056a-b: SCH, MBC, LSC and others. c. 1902. Copy a attached to 09b054c.
84 09b057a-b: SCH, MBC and others. c. 1902.
85 09b058a-b: SCH holding Michaela Carpenter. 1903. VIEW
85 09b059a-c: SCH holding Michaela Carpenter. 1903.
85 09b060: Michaela Carpenter. 1903.
85 09b061a-b: "Dorothy Carpenter". c. 1903.
85 09b062-09b063: Carpenters and Koughs. c. 1905.
85 09b064: MBC and sister (?) in bedroom. c. 1905.
85 09b065: "Mrs. Mary P. Carpenter". c. 1905.
100 5 09b066: "Michaela Carpenter". c. 1906. In decorative folder.
85 09b067a-b: Michaela Carpenter. c. 1907.
85 09b100-09b101: Michaela Carpenter with other girls. c. 1907. Mounted together.
85 09b068-09b070: Mabel Carpenter. 1907. 09b070 in frame (box 102, folder 2).
85 09b071: DAC. 1908.
85 09b072a-b: Michaela Carpenter. 1908.
104 10 09b073a-b: Donald Carpenter. c. 1909. Oversize.
85 09b074: LSC and woman. c. 1910.
85 09b075: Michaela Carpenter, DAC and Sarah Carpenter (?). c. 1910.
85 09b076: DAC and other children (?). c. 1910.
85 09b077: MBC and Lucy Bennett Milligan. c. 1910.
85 09b078: "Aunt Mary Carpenter". c. 1910.
85 09b079-09b080: Dorothy and Harry Carpenter. c. 1910.
85 09b081: Jessie Fox Carpenter. c. 1910.
85 09b082: Alfred and Mary Caward Carpenter. c. 1910.
100 6 09b083a-b: Mable, Emeline and Ida Carpenter with Jennie [Caward?]. c. 1910. In decorative folders.
85 09b084: Jennie Carpenter. 1911. Letter on verso.
85 09b085: Michaela Carpenter, DAC and Sarah Carpenter. c. 1911.
85 09b086a-b: "Emeline Carpenter, 1 yr". c. 1911. Copy a in decorative folder (box 100, folder 7).
85 09b087: Mable and Ida Carpenter. 1912.
85 09b088a-b: MBC and Lucy Bennett Milligan. 1912.
85 09b089a-c: MHC. 1912. Copy c in decorative folder (box 100, folder 8). Copy negative (box 101). VIEW
85 09b090a-b: DAC. c. 1912.
85 09b091-09b097: Schoolmates reunion: LSC, Mattie Carpenter Bosworth, Sarah Carpenter Loveland and Alf Reeder. c. 1912. Spouses also included in some photos. DEC, MHC and children in 09b096 and 09b097. Two copies of most.
85 09b098a-b: "Alfred's daughters, Emeline, Ida, Mable". c. 1913.
100 9 09b099a-b: "Michaela and Sarah". c. 1913. In decorative folders.
85 09b102: Patsy Carpenter. 1914.
85 09b103: MBC, DEC and others. c. 1914.
85 09b104: Fred Carpenter. c. 1915.
85 09b105: Don A. Carpenter. c. 1915.
85 09b106: MBC. c. 1915.
100 10 09b107a-b: Mable, Emeline and Ida Carpenter. c. 1915. In decorative folders.
86 09b108-09b109a-b: DEC, MHC and daughters. c. 1917. VIEW
86 09b110: Group photo including MHC, Michaela and DAC. c. 1917.
86 09b111a-b: Mable, Ida and Emeline Carpenter. c. 1917.
100 11 09b112: Fred Carpenter. c. 1917. In decorative folder.
86 09b113a-b: Fern Taylor Carpenter. c. 1917. Copy a in decorative folder (box 100, folder 11).
100 12 09b114: Fern Taylor Carpenter holding baby. c. 1918. In decorative folder.
86 09b115: Michaela Carpenter. c. 1918.
86 09b116-09b117: Fredroy Carpenter. 1919.
86 09b118-09b119: Carol Carpenter. 1920.
100 09b120: Michaela Carpenter. 1920. In decorative folder.
86 09b121: LSC with others. c. 1920.
86 09b122: MBC with others. c. 1920.
100 14 09b123: MBC. c. 1920. In decorative folder.
86 09b124: Alfred Carpenter. c. 1920.
86 09b125-09b127: Children of Fred and Fern Taylor Carpenter. c. 1920s.
86 09b128: Harry Carpenter. 1921.
86 09b129: MHC, Sarah and Patsy. c. 1921.
86 09b130: DAC. c. 1921.
86 09b131: Fred Carpenter with daughter (?). c. 1921.
86 09b132: Fred Carpenter in garden. c. 1921.
86 09b133-09b134a-c: Carpenter golden wedding anniversary party. 1922. Includes DEC.
86 09b135-09b141: Carpenter family and friends gathering. c. 1922.
86 09b142: Michaela Carpenter. c. 1923.
86 09b143a-b: DAC. c. 1923. VIEW
100 15 09b144: Fred Carpenter and family. c. 1924. In decorative folder.
86 09b145-09b149: Carpenter family gathering on LSC's 82nd birthday. 1925. Includes DEC.
86 09b150: MBC and LSC. c. 1925.
86 09b151-09b153: LSC or MBC with various others. c. 1925.
86 09b154a-b: Sarah Carpenter. c. 1926.
104 11 09b155: DAC. c. 1926. Oversize.
86 09b156a-b: Union Colony Pioneer banquet, MBC second row, center. 1930. Accompanied by list of names.
86 09b157a-b: MBC and others. c. 1930.
86 09b158: Patsy Carpenter. c. 1930.
86 09b159: MHC and others. 1935.
86 09b160-09b161: DAC. c. 1940. Three of each.
86 09b162a-b: Evelyn Ward Carpenter. c. 1941. Copy b in decorative folder (box 100, folder 16).
86 09b163a-b: DAC. c. 1941. Copy b in oversize (box 110, folder 1).
100 17-18 09b164a-b-09b165: DAC. c. 1943. In decorative folders. VIEW
101 09b166-09b167: DAC. c. 1943. Negatives only.
86 09b168: Patsy Carpenter Peterson and Sueva Peterson. c. 1945.
86 09b169: MBC with others. c. 1945.
86 09b170: Dorothy Carpenter's daughter Patsy [correction: Harry Fox Carpenter's only daughter Patsy]. 1949.
100 19 09b171: Alfred and Mary Caward Carpenter. 1949. In decorative folder.
86 09b187: Evelyn Ward Carpenter and William Carpenter. c. 1949.
86 09b172a-b: DAC. c. 1950.
86 09b173: DAC at bench. 1958. Color. VIEW
86 09b174a-e: DAC. c. 1960. Copies d and e in oversize (box 110, folder 2).
100 20 09b175: William Carpenter. c. 1960. In decorative folder.
100 21 09b176: Ward Carpenter. c. 1960. In decorative folder.
100 22 09b177: Patsy Carpenter. c. 1960. In decorative folder.
86 09b178-09b179: DAC. c. 1967.
86 09b180: DAC swearing in Judge Jonathan Hays with others watching. c. 1970.
86 09b181: DAC being sworn in. c. 1970.
86 09b182: DAC and another man with Colorado State Seal. 1972.
86 09b183-09b184: DAC in courtroom. 1973. Color.
86 09b185a-c: MHC. c. 1979.
Subseries 9.3: Hogarty family. 1863-1930 and undated.
Mostly individual portraits and group pictures, this subseries contains some snapshots of Hogarty family members as well. Also included are photos of the bullet removed from M. J. with an accompanying description of the circumstances. Photos are arranged by item number but are listed chronologically.
87 09c001: MJH "before enlisting in Civil War". 1863. On verso of 09c002a.
87 09c003a-b: MJH. c.1863. VIEW
87 09c002a-b: MJH. 1865.
89 09c105: James Hogarty. 1865.
87 09c004a-c: Hattie Hogarty. 1869. 09c004a is cased photograph (box 119, tray 2).
87 09c005a-c: MJH. c. 1882. VIEW
87 09c006a-b: SCH. c. 1882.
87 09c007: Mame Hogarty. c. 1882.
87 09c008: Barry Hogarty. c. 1882.
87 09c009: Michaela Hogarty. c. 1882.
102 3 09c010: Hogarty family. c. 1882. Framed. Copy negative (box 101). VIEW
87 09c011a-b: Hattie Hogarty. c. 1886.
105 4 09c112a-b: "Girls Cooking Club" (from verso): Hattie and Mame Hogarty and others. 1886. Oversize.
87 09c012: Hattie Hogarty and schoolchildren. On verso: "Hattie's first school near Woods Lake, Weld Co., Colorado". 1886. Fragile.
87 09c013: Mame Hogarty. c. 1889.
87 09c014a-b: Kitty Marsh and Mame Hogarty. c. 1889.
87 09c015: Hattie Hogarty and Mira White. 1890.
87 09c016: Hattie Hogarty. 1890.
87 09c017: MJH. c. 1890.
87 09c018: William Hogarty (brother of MJH). c. 1890.
87 09c019: Harriet Carr Hogarty (Mrs. William Hogarty). c. 1890.
87 09c020a-d: Hogarty double cousins in line. c. 1890.
87 09c021a-b: Hogarty double cousins in group. c. 1890. VIEW
87 09c022: Mame Hogarty. c. 1890.
87 09c023a-b: Michaela Hogarty on horse in lane in front of house. c. 1890. Copy negative (box 101).
105 3 09c111: Hattie Hogarty and college friends. c. 1890. Oversize.
87 09c024a-e: Bullet with explanatory text. 1891. Each slightly different.
87 09c025a-b: William Hogarty. c. 1891.
87 09c026a-b: William Hogarty (MJH's brother). 1892.
87 09c027: Sara Hogarty. 1892.
87 09c028: "Hattie Hogarty and Delta Gammas". c. 1892.
87 09c029a-b-09c030a-c: Hattie Hogarty. 1893.
88 09c031a-b: Hogarty sisters (Hattie, Mame, Michaela). c. 1893.
88 09c032a-b: William Hogarty. c. 1893.
88 09c033: Hattie Hogarty. 1895.
88 09c034a-b: Hogarty brothers (MJH, William, James). c. 1895. 09c034a mat damaged.
88 09c035: Michaela Hogarty in cap and gown. 1896. VIEW
88 09c037a-b: Barry Hogarty. c. 1896.
88 09c038: Michaela Hogarty. c. 1896.
88 09c039a-d: MJH. 1897. Copy negative (box 101).
88 09c040a-b: Michaela Hogarty. c. 1897. Copy b is framed with 09a016c, DEC (box 102, folder 1). Copy negative (box 101). VIEW
88 09c041a-b: Barry Hogarty. c. 1897.
88 09c036: Hattie Hogarty. 1898.
88 09c042: Michaela Hogarty, SCH and MJH on porch. c. 1898. VIEW
88 09c043: Michaela Hogarty and friend. c. 1898.
88 09c044a-b - 09c045a-b: Extended Carr family, including Hogartys, Tuttles, and Bozards. c. 1898. 09c044a in oversize (box 105, folder 1); 09c044b (framed) in oversize (box 149); 09c045b in oversize (box 110, folder 3).
88 09c046a-d: MJH with military history on verso. 1899. Two slightly different versions.
88 09c047-09c048a-b: MJH. c. 1899. 09c048b in oversize (box 110, folder 4).
88 09c049: Bertha Hogarty. c. 1899.
88 09c050: William Hogarty (MJH's brother) and family. c. 1900.
88 09c051a-b: Michaela Hogarty. 1901.
88 09c052: William Hogarty in house. c. 1902.
89 09c057: SCH. 1902.
88 09c053a-b: Barry Hogarty. 1903.
88 09c054: Viola Collins Hogarty. 1903.
88 09c055-09c056: MJH at parents' gravesite. 1903.
89 09c058a-b: Barry Hogarty (William's son). c. 1903.
89 09c059a-c: Barry Hogarty (William's son). 1904.
89 09c060: Bertha and Barry Hogarty (William's son). c. 1905.
89 09c061a-c: William, son Barry, and MJH. c. 1905.
89 09c062-09c063: MJH and SCH at California house with Will Lyons and Sara Inman. c. 1905.
89 09c064a-b-09c065: MJH and SCH at California house. c. 1905.
102 4 09c066: MJH. c. 1905. Framed.
102 5 09c067: SCH. c. 1905. Framed.
101 09c068: SCH picking flowers. c. 1905. Negative only.
89 09c069-09c070: Barry Hogarty. c. 1905.
89 09c071: Viola Collins Hogarty. c. 1905.
105 2 09c072: Barry Hogarty (William's son) on pony with dog. c. 1906. Oversize.
89 09c073: Barry Hogarty (William's son). c. 1908.
89 09c113: Barry, William and Bertha (?) Hogarty. c. 1908.
89 09c074a-b: William Hogarty. c. 1910.
89 09c075a-b: SCH and friends bathing in La Jolla, California. c. 1910.
89 09c114: MJH, SCH and others. c. 1910.
89 09c076a-b: William Hogarty. c. 1912. 09c076b in decorative folder (box 100, folder 23).
89 09c077a-b-09c078a-d: MJH's bullet and piece of lead (recto and verso). 1914. Photos and accompanying text. VIEW
110 5 09c079: Hogarty golden anniversary party (includes Eatons, Carpenters and Bozards). 1914. Oversize. VIEW
89 09c081: SCH. c. 1915.
89 09c082a-b: MJH, William Hogarty and Hattie Hogarty Wilson. c. 1915.
89 09c083a-b-09c084a-b: MJH and SCH with others at Ocean Beach, holding guns and playing cards. c. 1915?.
89 09c085-09c088: Miscellaneous snapshots, MJH and SCH and others. c. 1915?.
100 24 09c089: Billy Hogarty. 1916. In decorative folder.
89 09c115: Viola Collins Hogarty and son Billy (postcard to MHC). 1917.
89 09c106-09c110: Hogartys and Hedkes. c. 1917.
89 09c090a-c: MJH, Billy and Viola Collins Hogarty. 1918.
89 09c091: Barry, Billy and Viola Collins Hogarty. c. 1918.
100 25 09c092: MJH. c. 1918. In decorative folder.
89 09c093: MJH and SCH with Mrs. Cordingly and niece. c. 1918?.
100 26 09c094a-b: Barry and Billy Hogarty. 1919. In decorative folder.
89 09c095: Barry Hogarty (William's son). c. 1920.
89 09c096: MJH, Barry (son) and Barry (grandson) Hogarty. c. 1920.
89 09c097: Barry Hogarty. 1921.
89 09c098a-b: MJH and Gertie Moore. 1925.
89 09c080: William Hogarty, son Barry and Barry's children. c. 1925.
89 09c099-09c100: Barry Hogarty. c. 1926.
89 09c101: Barry Hogarty and his men. c. 1926.
89 09c102: Barry, Billy and Viola Collins Hogarty. c. 1928.
100 27 09c103: Barry Hogarty. c. 1930. In decorative folder.
89 09c104: Marion Hogarty. undated.
Subseries 9.4: Eaton family. 1882-1937.
Mame Hogarty married Bruce Eaton in 1891 and they had five children together. Frequent portraits were taken of each child and the family up until Mame's death in 1910 and for a few years after. In this subseries are also a few pictures of Bruce's father, Benjamin Eaton, fourth governor of Colorado (1885-1887). Few snapshots of family members are included. Photos are arranged by item number but are listed chronologically.
106 5 09d103: Group of boys, including Bruce Eaton. c. 1882. Oversize.
90 09d001: Benjamin Eaton. c. 1885.
105 5 09d002: Benjamin Eaton. c. 1885. Oversize. VIEW
149 3 09d105: Benjamin Eaton. c. 1885. Framed. Oversize.
90 09d003: Benjamin and Rebecca Eaton. c. 1885.
90 09d004-09d006: Benjamin Eaton, various locations. c. 1890s. 09d006 in oversize (box 105, folder 6). VIEW
90 09d007: Silhouette of Mame Hogarty Eaton. On verso: "Mame Eaton when on her wedding trip". 1891.
90 09d008: Rex Eaton. 1893.
90 09d009: Rex and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1893.
90 09d010a-b: Mame Hogarty Eaton, SCH, Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer and Rex Eaton. c. 1893.
90 09d011: Rex Eaton, four views. 1894.
90 09d012a-b: Rex Eaton. 1895.
90 09d013: Rea Eaton. 1897.
90 09d014: Rex Eaton. 1897.
90 09d015: Rex Eaton. 1897.
90 09d016: Rea Eaton. 1897.
90 09d017a-b: Rex, Bruce, Rea and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1897.
90 09d018: SCH, Rea Eaton, Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer, Rex Eaton and Mame Hogarty Eaton. c. 1897.
90 09d019a-b: SCH, Rea Eaton, Ann Tuttle Carr Shafer, Rex Eaton and Mame Hogarty Eaton. c. 1897.
90 09d020: Dorothy Eaton. 1899.
90 09d021a-b: Rebecca Eaton. c. 1900.
90 09d022: Benjamin Eaton napping with Rea Eaton (?). c. 1900.
90 09d023: Rea Eaton (?) as prince and pauper. c. 1900.
90 09d024-09d025a-b: "Party at home of Bruce Eaton". c. 1900.
90 09d026-09d031: Snapshots of Eaton/Hogarty family gathering. c. 1900.
90 09d032a-c: Dorothy Eaton. 1901.
90 09d033-09d034: Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1901. Two copies of two poses.
90 09d035: Dorothy and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1902.
90 09d036a-c: Marie and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1902.
90 09d037a-b: Rex Eaton. 1902.
90 09d038: Rea Eaton. 1902.
90 09d039a-c: Eaton family. 1902.
91 09d040a-b: Dorothy, Marie and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1903.
91 09d041a-c: Eaton family. 1903.
110 6 09d042: Eaton family. 1903. Oversize. VIEW
91 09d043a-b: Hogarty grandchildren: Rea, Rex, Marie and Dorothy Eaton; Michaela Carpenter; Barry Hogarty. c. 1903.
91 09d044: Mame Hogarty Eaton on horse with two friends. c. 1903.
91 09d045a-b: Bruce Eaton with other people and mules. c. 1903.
91 09d046: Rea, Marie and Dorothy Eaton (?) in carriage. c. 1905.
110 7 09d047: Dorothy and Marie Eaton in dress-up clothes, three poses. c. 1905. Oversize.
92 09d104: Rea Eaton and others. c. 1906.
91 09d048a-e: Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1907. 09d048d in decorative folder (box 100, folder 28). 09d048e is colored.
91 09d049-09d050: Rex Eaton. 1908.
91 09d051a-c: Bruce Eaton. 1908. VIEW
91 09d052a-b: Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1908. VIEW
91 09d053a-b: Rex Eaton. 1908.
91 09d054a-b: Rea Eaton. 1908.
91 09d055a-b: Dorothy Eaton. 1908.
91 09d056a-b: Marie Eaton. 1908.
105 7 09d057: Eaton family. 1908. Oversize.
105 8 09d058: Rebecca Eaton. 1908. Oversize.
105 9 09d059: Eaton family. c. 1909. Oversize.
100 29 09d060a-b: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1909. In decorative folder.
91 09d061-09d062: Bruce Eaton (Jr.) and Mame Hogarty Eaton. 1909. 09d061 in decorative folder (box 100, folder 30).
91 09d063: Bruce Eaton holding Bruce Eaton. 1909. Postcard to Michaela Carpenter.
106 1 09d064a-b: Marie Eaton in dress-up clothes. 1909. Oversize.
91 09d065a-b: Bruce Eaton. 1910. 09d065b is colored.
91 09d066a-b: Rex Eaton. 1910.
91 09d067a-b: Rea Eaton. 1910.
91 09d068a-b: Dorothy Eaton. 1910.
91 09d069a-b: Marie Eaton. 1910.
100 31 09d070: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1910. In decorative folder.
92 09d071: Dorothy and Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1911.
106 2 09d072: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1911. Oversize.
92 09d073a-b: Marie and Dorothy Eaton. 1911.
92 09d074a-b: Bruce Eaton in home. c. 1911.
92 09d075: Rex Eaton. c. 1911.
101 1 09d101: Martha Finch Eaton. c. 1912. In decorative folder.
92 09d076: Bruce Eaton (Jr.) with Martha Finch Eaton. c. 1912.
92 09d077: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1914.
92 09d078: Rex Eaton. 1915.
92 09d079: Rea Eaton. 1915.
92 09d080: Dorothy Eaton. 1915.
92 09d081: Marie Eaton. 1915.
92 09d082: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1915.
92 09d102: Martha Finch Eaton. c. 1915.
101 2 09d083: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1916. In decorative folder.
92 09d084a-b: Dorothy Eaton. c. 1917.
92 09d085: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). c. 1917.
92 09d086a-b: Bruce Eaton (Jr.) and Martha Finch Eaton. c. 1917.
92 09d087a-b: Rex Eaton. c. 1917.
92 09d088-09d089a-c: "Four generations." MJH, Bruce, Rea and Benjamin (Rea's son) Eaton. c. 1920. VIEW
92 09d090: Benjamin Eaton (Rea's son). c. 1920.
92 09d091: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1922.
92 09d092: Bruce and Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1922.
92 09d093: Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1924.
101 3 09d094: Bruce and Bruce Eaton (Jr.). 1924. In decorative folder.
92 09d095: Benjamin and Mary Eaton. c. 1924.
92 09d096: Rex Eaton (baby) and nurse. 1925.
106 3 09d097: Bruce Eaton and grandchildren. 1930. Oversize.
106 4 09d098: Eaton family. c. 1930s. Oversize.
101 4 09d099: Bruce Eaton. c. 1930s. In decorative folder.
92 09d100a-b: "The Eaton tribe taken on my [Bruce's] 69 birthday". 1937.
Subseries 9.5: Other families and individuals. 1854-1962 and undated.
In this subseries are found other family branches than the three in the previous subseries. Included are the Bennetts, the Carrs, the Wilsons, and others. Also included are friends and colleagues. Photos are arranged by item number, but are listed alphabetically by name. Those grouped under one surname are not necessarily related. Unidentified photos are grouped at the end under the following: children, families and friends, groups, Hattie Hogarty's high school classmates, men, and women. The unidentified cased photographs are likely to be Bennett relatives or friends.
Ayers.
93 09e001: "J. C. Ayers' father". undated.
Babbitt.
93 09e002: "Baby Babbitt by Haynes photography". undated.
Barrett.
93 09e003: "Tom Barrett". undated.
Bennett.
111 1 09e004: "Hon. Christian A. Bennett". c. 1906. Oversize.
93 09e005: "Capt. Elisha Bennett". undated.
119 Tray 2 09e379: Martha Bennett. 1863. Cased photograph, with yarn work behind.
93 09e006: "Sweet Sixteen" Martha Bennett. 1870. Tintype.
119 Tray 1 09e007: Mary Ann Wood Bennett and Martha Bennett. 1854. Cased photograph.
93 09e008: "Sylvania Bennett, Eva Kough's mother". undated.
93 09e009a-b: "Wm Bennett." On verso: "This is a photo of the silhouette of Wm Bennett, your great grandfather". undated.
119 Tray 1 09e010: William Bennett (father of Martha). c. 1855. Cased photograph. Missing its case.
93 09e011: "Wm W Bennett, taken in 1868 after a sick spell, not good but natural at that time". 1868.
93 09e012: William W. Bennett (Martha's brother). undated.
93 09e013: "W. W. Bennett" (Martha's brother). undated.
Boggers.
93 09e014: "Mr. and Mrs. E. Boggers". 1910. Letter on verso.
Bosworth.
93 09e015: Harlan and Mattie Carpenter Bosworth. On verso: "Harlan and Mattie and friend at their mt home". undated.
93 09e016: Homer C. Bosworth. undated.
93 09e017: Mattie Carpenter Bosworth. undated.
96 09e328: Jay Bosworth [possibly]. undated.
Boyd.
93 09e018: "Eliza Boyd". undated.
93 09e019-09e020: Dr. and Mrs. Boyd. undated.
Bozard.
93 09e021: Susan Bozard. undated.
101 5 09e022: Susan Bozard. undated. In decorative folder.
93 09e023: Will Bozard. undated.
96 09e309: William Bozard. undated.
Carr.
93 09e024a-b: Joseph Tuttle Carr, Dox Carr, Dox Carr's son. undated. Copy b in decorative folder (box 101, folder 6).
93 09e025: Martha Carr. 1901.
93 09e026: Reuben Carr. 1901.
93 09e027: Reuben, Eliza and Martha Carr. 1901.
Caward.
93 09e028: Ed Caward. undated.
93 09e029: Mrs. H. S. Caward. 1915.
Chandler.
111 2 09e030: Chandler family. undated. Oversize. Photo broken in two, and upper right corner missing.
Cleverdon.
101 7 09e031: Cleverdon family. undated. In decorative folder.
93 09e032: Barbara Herron Cleverdon. undated.
93 09e033: Jno Michael Cleverdon. undated.
93 09e034: L. A. Cleverdon. undated.
101 8 09e038: "Lawrence Albert Cleverdon". c. 1914. In decorative folder.
101 8 09e040: "Ruth Carr Cleverdon". c. 1914. In decorative folder.
93 09e035: Sara Hogarty Cleverdon. undated.
93 09e036: Capt. Wm. Hogarty Cleverdon. undated.
101 8 09e039: "William Hogarty Cleverdon". 1914. In decorative folder.
101 9 09e041: William Hogarty Cleverdon. 1924. In decorative folder.
93 09e037: Wm. Lawrence Cleverdon. undated.
93 09e042: Ruth Cleverdon with others. undated.
Colbert.
93 09e043: Theresa Wood Colbert. undated.
Coleman.
93 09e044: "Rev. Andrew Coleman". undated.
93 09e045: "Howard Coleman". undated. Tintype.
119 Tray 2 09e046: Howard Coleman. undated. Cased photograph.
93 09e047: "Aunt Martha Coleman". undated.
93 09e063: "Mrs. Coleman and Jessie" (from verso). undated.
Copeland.
93 09e048: "Prof. and Mrs. A. B. Copeland". c. 1886.
93 09e049: "A. B. Copeland". undated.
Cox.
93 09e050-09e052: Hilda Wyatt Cox. undated.
93 09e053: Hilda Wyatt Cox with others. undated.
Dines.
93 09e054: Eugene Dines and Jack. undated.
93 09e055: Eugene and David Dines. undated.
93 09e056: Eugene, David and Bruce Dines. undated.
111 3 09e057: Eugene, David, Bruce and Marcia Dines. undated. Oversize.
Dunham.
93 09e058: Edwin and Annie Dunham. 1928.
Files.
93 09e059: Clarissa Carpenter Filloon Files. undated.
Fish.
93 09e060: George W. Fish. undated.
Fisher.
93 09e061: Ruth Cleverdon Fisher. undated.
93 09e062: Sara Fisher. undated.
Fox.
93 09e064: Fox family. 1929.
93 09e65: Fox family. undated.
93 09e066: "Flora Fox". undated. Tintype.
93 09e067: Harry Fox. undated.
93 09e068: "Jessie Fox". undated. Tintype.
93 09e069: "Jessie and Fannie Fox". undated.
93 09e070-09e073: Lydia Fox. 1929, undated. 09e073 in decorative folder (box 101, folder 10).
93 09e074: Marshall Fox. undated.
93 09e075: Marshall and Lydia Fox. 1929.
93 09e076-09e079: Marshall Fox with others. undated.
Gates.
93 09e080: "Flora Gates". undated. Tintype.
Giddings.
93 09e081: George Giddings. undated.
Gold.
93 09e082: "Eva Sloan Gold". undated. Tintype.
93 09e083: Eva Sloan Gold. undated.
Green.
93 09e084: "Capt Harry Green". undated.
93 09e085: Harry and Mary Bennett Green. undated.
93 09e086: Harry and Mary Bennett Green with others. undated.
93 09e087-09d089: Mary Bennett Green. undated.
93 09e090: Mary Bennett Green with baby. undated.
Grier.
93 09e091-09e092: "Ella Grier". undated.
93 09e093: "Nancy Grier". undated. Tintype.
Hancock.
93 09e094: "Mrs. Hancock of Greeley, Colo". undated.
Haskins.
93 09e095: "M. H. Haskins". 1873.
Hatfield.
93 09e096: "Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield". undated.
Haynes.
93 09e097: H. N. Haynes. c. 1877.
93 09e098: Ralph Haynes. 1883.
Hedke.
93 09e099: Edith Carr Hedke. undated.
Henningsen.
93 09e100: "Louise Henningsen". undated. Tintype.
Hill.
93 09e101: Congressman and Mrs. William Hill. 1957.
Hoover.
93 09e102-09e103: Herbert Hoover. undated.
Johnson.
93 09e104-09e105: Lucy Green Johnson. undated.
93 09e106: Lucy Green Johnson and children. undated.
93 09e107: Lucy Green Johnson's children and Mary Bennett Green. undated.
Keeler.
93 09e108-09e109: Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Keeler. undated.
Kough.
93 09e110: "Sylvania Kough". undated.
Kyle.
93 09e111: Andrew Kyle. undated.
La Grange.
93 09e112-09e114: Mr. and Mrs. B. S. La Grange. undated. 09e112 and 09e113 are tintypes.
93 09e115: Mrs. La Grange and others. undated.
96 09e376a-b: Mrs. La Grange and others. undated.
Law.
93 09e116-09e117: Dr. G. Law. undated. 09e117 is oversize (box 106, folder 6).
93 09e118: Dr. G. Law with woman. undated.
Lawton.
93 09e119: "Louise Lawton". undated. Tintype.
Leukins.
09e228: "Sallie Leukins". undated. Tintype.
Lincoln.
93 09e120: Abraham Lincoln. undated.
93 09e121: Jeanette Carpenter Lincoln. undated. Verso has picture of Shakespeare pasted on.
Loveland.
119 Tray 2 09e122-09e124: Revilo Loveland. 1858, 1862, undated. 09e122 and 09e123 are cased photographs. 09e124 in decorative folder (box 101, folder 11).
101 12 09e125-09e126: Sarah Carpenter Loveland. undated. In decorative folders.
Lovell.
94 09e127-09e128: Mrs. Lovell. undated.
Luck.
101 13 09e129a-b: "Albert E. Luck". c. 1908. In decorative folder.
Maranville.
94 09e130: Logan Maranville, Domina Robert and Cad Maranville. undated.
94 09e131: Maranville brothers (?). undated.
Marsh.
94 09e132: Kitty Marsh. c. 1889.
McIntosh.
94 09e133: Carl and Dora McIntosh with George and Peggy. undated.
McKelvey.
94 09e134: Vernon McKelvey. c. 1897.
McMurry.
94 09e135: Billy McMurry. undated.
Meeker.
94 09e136: Nathan Meeker. undated.
Milligan.
94 09e137: "Albert Milligan". undated.
94 09e138: Milligan family (?). undated.
94 09e139-09e142: Lucy Bennett Milligan. 1911, undated. Two copies of 09e141.
94 09e143-09e145: Lucy Bennett Milligan with others. undated.
94 09e146: Lutie Bell Milligan. undated.
94 09e147: Lutie Bell Milligan and friend. undated.
94 09e148: "Walt and Lutie" Milligan. undated.
94 09e149: Walter Milligan. undated. Tintype.
94 09e150: William Milligan. undated.
94 09e151: William and Lucy Bennett Milligan. undated.
Milliken.
111 4 09e152: Eugene Milliken. undated. Inscribed to DAC. Oversize.
Mimack.
94 09e153: Emma Mimack. undated.
94 09e154: Fred Mimack. undated.
Moore.
94 09e155: "Gertie and Ann Moore..." (from verso). 1925.
94 09e156: "Mrs. Moore and her children, Mr. Bronson and wife and adopted boy". undated.
Morgrage.
94 09e157: "Capt. Morgrage". undated.
Mumpers.
94 09e158: "Jennie Mumpers children" (from verso). 1907.
Odom.
96 09e338: Anna Odom (future wife of Melgie Ward). undated.
96 09e339: Anna Odom and another woman. undated.
96 09e370: Anna Odom. undated. Has copy negative (box 101).
Parker.
94 09e159: "Emma Purdy Parker". undated.
Parrish.
94 09e160: Amos Parrish. undated. Signed.
Parsh.
101 14 09e161: "Dorothy Carpenter Parsh's two eldest children" (from verso). undated. In decorative folder.
Parsons.
94 09e162: "Bro. Parsons". 1867. Tintype.
Petrikin.
94 09e163: J. M. B. Petrikin. undated.
Phelps.
94 09e164: Wedding of Jack and Dorothy Eaton Phelps (?). undated.
Phipps.
111 5 09e165: Lawrence Phipps. 1926. Inscribed to DEC. Oversize.
Plowhead.
103 1 09e166: Amelia Plowhead. 1859. Framed.
Plumb.
94 09e167-09e168: Charles Plumb. 1901, undated.
Purdy.
94 09e169: "Clark Purdy". undated.
Ramsey.
94 09e170: "Will Ramsey". undated.
Reeder.
94 09e171: "Alf Reeder". undated.
94 09e172: "J. W. Reeder's residence. J. W. and wife, Alfred and wife". undated.
Romans.
94 09e173: "Mrs. Romans". undated. Tintype.
Sanborn.
94 09e174: Jno. W. Sanborn. undated.
94 09e175: Child in front of Sanborn's bungalow. undated.
Scott.
94 09e176: Charles Scott. undated.
94 09e177: Frank Scott (?). 1927.
94 09e178: "Jed Scott and Kelley" (from verso). undated.
94 09e179: "Russell Scott". undated.
Slade.
94 09e180: Barbara Slade. 1932.
94 09e181-09e182: Robert Slade. c. 1938, 1948.
Smallay.
94 09e183: Charlotte Tuttle Smallay. undated.
Starkey.
101 15 09e184: Alice, Edwin and Ruth Starkey. 1912. In decorative folder.
Stone.
119 Tray 2 09e185: Atwell Bennett Stone. undated. Cased photograph.
119 Tray 2 09e186: Thomas Stone. undated. Cased in plastic.
Swan.
94 09e187-09e188: Mrs. N. C. Swan. undated.
94 09e189: "Mrs. Swan and Pluma" (from verso). undated.
94 09e190-09e191: Rosa Swan. undated.
94 09e192: Rosa Swan with woman. undated.
Taylor.
106 7 09e193: Edward Taylor. 1939. Inscribed to DEC. Oversize.
Thompson.
94 09e194: Herbert Thompson. undated.
Tucker.
94 09e195: Ralph Tucker. undated. Signed.
Turner.
94 09e196-09e197: Mary Turner. undated.
Tuttle.
94 09e198: George Tuttle. undated.
94 09e199: J. K. Tuttle. undated.
94 09e200: Mamie Tuttle. undated.
94 09e201: Wilbur Tuttle. undated.
Ward.
95 09e229: Melgie Ward. undated.
95 09e257: Melgie Ward and wife (son Wilbur in photo on mantle). undated.
Welsh.
94 09e202-09e203: Welsh family. 1937, 1962.
Wilson.
94 09e204a-b-09e205: Harry Wilson. 1907, undated.
94 09e206-09e207a-b: Harry and Hattie Hogarty Wilson. undated.
94 09e208: Harry and Hattie Hogarty Wilson with baby. 1912.
94 09e209-09e211a-b: Harry and Hattie Hogarty Wilson with others. undated.
94 09e212a-b-09e215: Hattie Hogarty Wilson. 1911, undated.
Witter.
101 16 09e216: Mrs. E. M. Witter. 1930. In decorative folder.
Wood.
94 09e217: "Chas Wood". undated.
94 09e218: "Gip Wood". undated.
94 09e219: "Joshua Wood, mother's brother". undated. Tintype.
119 Tray 1 09e220: Joshua Wood (MBC's grandfather) and second wife. undated. Cased photograph.
94 09e221: "Thomas Wood". undated.
Work.
106 8 09e222: Hubert Work. 1929. Inscribed to DEC. Oversize.
Groups.
95 09e223: "Buell School". 1894.
Drwr 1 1 09e224: National Reclamation Association annual convention. 1952. Panoramic.
95 09e225-09e226: "Seeing Washington". undated.
106 9 09e227: "Why Not Club". undated. Oversize.
Unidentified.
95 09e230-09e256, 09e377, 09e380-09e384: Children. 1891, 1930, undated. Two copies of 09e243. 09e254 and 09e255 in decorative folders (box 101, folder 17). Two copies of 09e377 in decorative folders (box 101, folder 25). 09e380a is cased photograph (box 119, tray 2); b is tintype (box 96). 09e381-09e383 are cased photographs of same child (box 119, tray 2); 09e383 is missing its case. 09e384 is cased photograph (box 119, tray 2).
95 09e258-09e295: Families and friends. 1953, undated. Two copies of some. 09e288-09e295 in decorative folders (box 101, folders 18-19).
95 09e296-09e299: Groups. undated.
95 09e300-09e308: Hattie Hogarty's high school classmates. 1886.
96 09e310-09e337, 09e385-09e386: Men. undated. Multiple copies of some. 09e333 and 09e334 in decorative folders (box 101, folder 20-21). 09e335 and 09e336 are oversize (box 106, folder 10; box 111, folder 6). 09e337 is framed (box 103, folder 2). 09e385 is cased photograph (box 123, tray 1). 09e386a is cased photograph; b is colored and cased (both box 123, tray 1); c is tintype (box 96); d is with 09e387.
96 09e340-09e369; 09e371-09e375, 09e387-09e390: Women. undated. 09e340 is cased photograph (box 119, tray 1). 09e341 and 09e375 are tintypes. Two copies of some. 09e372-09e374 are in decorative folders (box 101, folders 22-24). 09e387 is cased photograph with locket of hair behind (box 123, tray 1). 09e388 is cased photograph (box 123, tray 1). A printout of 09e390 (a scanned nitrate negative) is in box 145.
Subseries 9.6: Subject-based photographs. 1870-1976 and undated.
The photographs in this subseries are divided into five subject categories: animals, buildings, floods, scenery, and other. The floods and scenery categories contain any photos of rivers or ditches that exist in the collection. Delph Carpenter took some of the photos, such as the Medicine Bow mountain ones, but generally the photographer is unidentified. The animals category includes numerous photos of Carpenter's cattle. Several photos of the Carpenter, Hogarty, and Eaton family houses are in the buildings category. Photos are arranged by item number but are listed alphabetically within each category.
Animals.
107 1-6 09f001-09f006: Antelope -- A. G. Wallihan. 1894-1898. Two copies of "no. 10." Oversize.
97 09f007-09f012: Cattle. undated.
145 09f324-09f390; 09f651-09f656: Cattle. 1914-1920, undated.
97 09f013: Cattle -- "Baron Groom". undated.
97 09f014-09f020: Coyote hunt. 1903. All annotated on verso.
107 7-9 09f021-09f023: Deer -- A. G. Wallihan. 1894, 1898. Oversize.
97 09f024: Dog [of Hogarty family?]. undated.
108 1 09f025: "Elk no. 9" -- A. G. Wallihan. 1894. Oversize.
97 09f026-09f030: Farm animals of Harry Fox: cattle, chickens, hogs. undated. All annotated on verso.
97 09f031: Horse stolen from LSC. 1903.
97 09f032-09f034: Horses -- polo match. c. 1925.
97 09f035: Oxen. On verso: "Ralph Hole on wagon. We just broke the 5 yoke". undated.
Buildings.
97 09f036: Bishop's Lodge, New Mexico. c. 1922.
108 2-7 09f037-09f042: Carpenter homestead, cabin and Bethel Church. On envelope: "Photos of Old Carpenter Homestead, Tipton, Iowa. Remains of original cabin, Dan. Carpenter House, Bethel Church". 1920. Two copies of each. Oversize.
97 09f043a-d: Carpenter house. On verso a: "House Delph was born in." On verso b: "The birthplace of our three boys". undated.
97 09f044a-b-09f051: Carpenter house. 1935. Five exist as prints and negatives, and three as negatives only.
97 09f052a-c: Carpenter house being moved. c. 1976.
97 09f053: Carpenters' second house. undated.
99 09f323: Carpenters' second house yard. undated.
97 09f054: "Cathedral, Berlin, Germany". undated. Stereograph.
145 09f391-09f394: Crow Creek Ranch. 1914.
97 09f055: DEC office building. "DEC's office, 3rd story, SE corner. Opera House block, Greeley, Colo, 8th & 8th". undated.
97 09f056: DEC ranch house. "D. E. Carpenter's ranch house, Crow Creek". undated.
97 09f057: Eaton house. undated.
109 1 09f058a-b: Eaton house. c. 1903. Oversize. Copy b has calendar attached.
97 09f059: Eaton house. On verso: "Gov. B. H. Eaton's residence, Greeley, Colo.". undated.
97 09f060-09f066: Eaton house and interiors. undated. All copy photographs, annotated. From Hazel Johnson to DAC.
97 09f067-09f073: Fox, Harry, farm. undated. All annotated on verso.
97 09f074: Fox, M. D., house. "Residence of M. D. Fox, Odebolt, Io". undated.
97 09f075-09f076: Gold, Eva, houses. undated. Both annotated on verso.
97 09f077: Graham house. On verso: "Dr. I Graham home, Mrs. Graham, Dorothy Jackson" [Photo saved by MBC]. undated.
97 09f078-09f079: Greeley public school building. undated. Stereographs. On verso of 09f079: "Ralph Meeker"
97 09f080a-b-09f082: Hogarty farm house. undated. Each labeled.
97 09f083-09f086: Hogarty house in California. c. 1905-1943. Two copies of each except last. 09f086 is color. 09f084b is postcard from SCH to Michaela Carpenter.
97 09f087a-b: House next to Carpenter house. undated.
145 09f657-09f668: Houses, road, farm. 1920.
97 09f088: Jennings (?) house. On verso: "This is our new home, but not as it now looks. We have set out trees and our lawn is complete. I mean to keep it so if possible. Laura Jennings [?]". undated.
97 09f089-09f092: McIntyre Glen. 1933-1935. 09f092 annotated on verso
97 09f093: "M. E. Church, 1905, just before it was removed". 1905.
97 09f094: Mullendore home. On verso: "With the compliments and best wishes of 'Bill' and 'Steve' Mullendore, Los Angeles, Sept 10, 1926". 1926.
103 3 09f095: Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, New Mexico. undated. Framed.
97 09f096-09f097: Ranch buildings. 1918. Two copies of each.
97 09f098: "Rocky Ford Sugar Factory, Sept 5th 03". 1903.
145 09f395-09f422: Santa Fe [and mountain locations]. c. 1921.
Includes Palace of the Governors.
97 09f099-09f100: Swan houses. 1917, undated. Both annotated on verso.
145 09f423-09f431: Tunnel photos, buildings. 1917.
97 09f101-09f102: University of Denver buildings. c. 1897. 09f101 very faded. On verso: "University build[ings]." 09f102 has three young boys in foreground.
98 09f103-09f104: Unidentified buildings. undated. 09f104 is oversize (box 111, folder 7).
98 09f105-09f113: Unidentified houses. 1909, undated. 09f105 is postcard to MBC. 09f113 is oversize (box 109, folder 2).
Floods.
145 09f605-09f650: South Platte and/or Cache la Poudre. 1917.
For 09f635-09f637, see also 09f303-09f305.
145 09f603-09f604: South Platte at Ogallala, Nebr. 1914.
Scenery.
98 09f114: Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H., yard with snow. "Merry Christmas! Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bliss". undated.
98 09f115-09f119: Bridge photos. c. 1897. Possibly by DEC; see also 09f101. Several annotated on verso.
98 09f317: Bridgeport, Iowa. "Father's store bldg. M.A.C." On verso: "Birthplace of Martha Allen Carpenter". undated. Stereograph.
145 09f432-09f443: Carr Ranch. undated.
Includes some photos of people.
145 09f444-09f452: Carr Res[ervoir]. undated.
Includes a photo of people.
98 09f120: Crow Creek. On verso: "Taken during summer 1907. View of Crow Creek at old log where boys tapped their kegs of beer...". 1907.
98 09f121-09f131: Drury Reservoir (by DEC). 1920.
145 09f453: Fort Vasquez. 1920.
98 09f132-09f137: Gravestones and other monuments. 1926, undated. Includes MJH, Billie Milligan, and Reeder family.
98 09f138: Greeley. On verso: "Job Brownell first residence, Greeley 1870". 1870.
98 09f139-09f150: Greeley-Poudre: Douglass Reservoir. 1915. Nearly all annotated on verso.
145 09f454-09f463: Greeley-Poudre: Laramie River. 1920.
98 09f151-09f155: Hoover Dam. undated. All annotated on verso.
111 8 09f156: "Indian Mound Park, St. Paul". 1901. Oversize.
145 09f464-09f513: Kansas trip. undated.
98 09f157-09f158: Laramie and Weld Canal (?). undated. "No. 1" annotated on verso.
98 09f159-09f184: Medicine Bow. 1914, undated. Most have duplicates, including oversize (box 109, folders 3-12).
98 09f185: "Missouri Valley, Iowa". undated.
145 09f514-09f535: Nebraska case. 1916.
Includes Prewitt Reservoir, Western Irrigation District, and other canals and facilities near South Platte River.
101 26 09f186: "Photographs taken by R. G. Hosea showing certain structures on the Western Irrigation District Canal in Nebraska". 1916. Bound.
101 27 09f187: "Photographs to accompany report of R. G. Hosea under date of August 21, 1916". 1916. Bound.
101 28 09f188: "Photographs to accompany report of R. G. Hosea under date of September 16th, 1916". 1916. Bound.
98 09f189: "Plainfield, Ill.". undated.
145 09f536-09f540: Reservoir (unidentified). 1917.
145 09f541-09f552: Santa Fe, NM. 1921.
98 09f190-09f202: South Platte River -- Perkins Company Canal and Gibellos Cave. 1918. Most annotated on verso.
98 09f203-09f207: South Platte River -- Western Canal [by R. G. Hosea]. 1922. All annotated on verso.
98 09f208: "South Side Flume". 1916. Matted, formerly framed.
145 09f553-09f602: Southwest trip (?). c. 1921.
Includes Mesa Verde and Chimney Rock. 09f563 may be DEC and DAC. Envelopes may not all go together.
98 09f209-09f216: Spanish Peaks and Halligan Dam. 1923. Some annotated on verso.
99 09f217-09f238: Stereographs: Estes Park, Rocky Mountains, Greeley, Yosemite and Rome. undated. All annotated on verso.
99 09f239a-d-09f240: Susan's Tree. 1920, undated. 09f239d is oversize (box 109, folder 13).
99 09f241: "Tuscon". undated.
99 09f242: Weld County. "First Republican Cocus [sic Caucus] in Weld Co. held here". undated.
99 09f243-09f265: Unidentified. 1941, undated. Some annotated. 09f264 and 09f265 are oversize (box 109, folder 14; box 111, folder 9).
99 09f266-09f298: Unidentified series. 1915. Date from envelope containing nitrate negatives (discarded). Includes cattle and Medicine Bow.
99 09f299-09f305: Unidentified series. 1917. Date from envelope containing nitrate negatives (discarded); three exist as negatives only.
99 09f306-09f314: Unidentified series. undated. From folder labeled "Weld County history." Includes tents and men on horses.
103 4-5 09f315-09f316: Unidentified set. undated. Framed. Tents and men on horses.
Other.
99 09f321: Carpenter family crest. undated.
99 09f318-09f320: DEC's University of Colorado Medal of Honor. 1923. Duplicates exist.
109 15 09f322: The Lord's Prayer. undated. Oversize.
Subseries 9.7: Albums. 1860-1952.
This subseries contains eleven photo albums compiled by various people, including Martha Bennett Carpenter, Michaela Hogarty, and the Eaton family. The photos are mostly portraits until the early 1900s and from then on are snapshots. One of the albums was created by Delph Carpenter and given "to Miss Dot Hogarty" for Christmas in 1897. Loose photos found in that album are filed behind it in sleeves. In addition to the pictures of family and friends--most of which are identified--there are also pictures of vacations and scenery. The albums are arranged in chronological order.
112 09g001: Album of cabinet card, carte-de-visite and tintype portraits. c. 1860s-1900s. 69 photos. Album's front cover detached, clasp missing.
Probably compiled by Martha Bennett Carpenter. Contains family members and friends, mostly identified.
113 09g002: Album of cabinet card, carte-de-visite and tintype portraits. c. 1860s-1900s. 63 photos
"Uncle Revilo's and Aunt Sarah [Loveland's] album." Contains family members, mostly identified.
114 1 09g003: Album of carte-de-viste and tintype portraits. c. 1860s-1900s. 19 photos
Probably compiled by Martha Bennett Carpenter. Contains mostly family members, mostly identified.
114 2 09g004: Album of tintype portraits. c. 1880s-1900s. 75 photos. Front cover detached, back cover missing.
Probably compiled by Michaela Hogarty. Contains family members and friends, mostly identified.
147 Tray 3 09g011: Album of portraits. c. 1890s-1900s. 71 photos. Front cover separated.
Includes some identifications.
115 1 09g005: Album of snapshots. c. 1897-1901. 94 photos. Front cover detached.
"To Miss Dot Hogarty, Xmas 1897, DEC." Contains family, friends, DEC, scenery and events. Captioned by DEC.
115 2 09g005: Album of snapshots -- loose photos. c. 1897-1901. 15 photos
Most duplicate or relate to those in album.
114 3 09g006: "Reminders 1907". 1907. 38 photos
"Merry Christmas from Bruce and Mame [Eaton]." Contains snapshots of Eaton family members, trips and house.
114 4 09g007: Album of Eaton family snapshots. c. 1907. 22 photos (2 loose)
114 5 09g008: Album of snapshots. 1914-1915. 13 photos (1 loose)
Contains snapshots of "Jerry and his Grandpa Law" and others.
114 6 09g009: Album of vacation snapshots. c. 1950s. 14 photos
Possibly of Sara Carpenter Thompson, O. B. Thompson and Michaela Hogarty Carpenter.
114 7 09g010: "Knotts Berry Farm and Thomson's [sic] yard". 1952. 13 photos
Sara Carpenter Thompson and O. B. Thompson.
Subseries 9.8: Glass plate negatives. 1895, 1901 and undated.
Though only some of the glass plates in this subseries state the photographer's name, likely most or all of them were taken by F. E. Baker of Greeley. While most are agricultural or outdoor scenes, there are some pictures of interiors and towns, including Greeley. Agriculture documented includes mainly potato and onion crops as well as sheep and cattle. The items are arranged by size (first box has 4x5 inch plates, second and third have 5x7 inch) and roughly grouped by theme therein. A few copy prints made from the negatives are housed separately but are referenced in the inventory.
116 09h001: "20 year old apple tree". undated. VIEW
116 09h002: Men with onion crop in field. undated. VIEW
116 09h003: Two men on horses with cattle in background. undated. VIEW
116 09h004: Person sitting on stump looking at mountain town. undated. VIEW
116 09h005: Train going through mountain town. undated. VIEW
116 09h006: Railroad through forest. undated. VIEW
116 09h007: People next to creek in forest. undated. VIEW
116 09h008: Rock pile in forest. undated. VIEW
116 09h009: View from mountain. undated. Broken in two pieces VIEW
116 09h010: "Crystal Lake, Black Canyon -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
116 09h011: "Fishing on the Thompson". undated. VIEW
116 09h012: People fishing in river. undated. VIEW
116 09h013: Seven Falls, near Colorado Springs. undated. VIEW
116 09h014: "Breckenridge, south part from east". undated. VIEW
116 09h015: "West end of Alpine Tunnel". undated. VIEW
116 09h016: Mountain lake. undated. VIEW
116 09h017: Rooftops and trees. undated. Negative is stereoscopic. VIEW
116 09h018: Interior of a church. undated. VIEW
116 09h019: Large building [Cranford Hall, State Normal School of Colorado]. undated. Negative is stereoscopic. VIEW
116 09h020: People seated around child's coffin. undated. VIEW
116 09h021: Wolf with foot caught in trap. undated. VIEW
116 09h022: Snowy trees in front of house. undated. Negative is stereoscopic. VIEW
116 09h023: Woman amidst trees in front of house. undated. Negative is stereoscopic. VIEW
116 09h024: Man by ditch in field. undated. VIEW
116 09h025: Horse and buggy on road over stream. undated. VIEW
116 09h026: Horses, people and watermelons. undated. VIEW
116 09h027: Men and women eating at picnic table. undated. VIEW
117 09h028: "Cattle on the trail -- F. E. Baker". undated. Image discolored. Print in box 99. VIEW
117 09h029: Cattle in water. undated. VIEW
117 09h030: Horses and cattle crossing stream. undated. Image discolored. VIEW
117 09h031: Men on horses and cattle in water. undated. VIEW
117 09h032: Herd of cattle. undated. VIEW
117 09h033: Herd of sheep and haystack. undated. VIEW
117 09h034: Sheep feeding pens. undated. VIEW
117 09h035: "Sheep feeding pens of Carson, Adams and Co., Timnath, Colo.". undated. VIEW
117 09h036: "...J. Kelim. Showing 3000 head of sheep". undated. Bottom left corner missing. VIEW
117 09h037: Man standing in stream. undated. VIEW
117 09h038: Man in field with harvest. undated. VIEW
117 09h039: "Irrigating wheat on Ben Reinks ranch near Greeley -- F. E. Baker". undated. Plate cracked. See print in box 99. VIEW
117 09h040: "Irrigating wheat on Ben Reinks ranch near Greeley [close-up] -- F. E. Baker". undated. Print in box 99. VIEW
117 09h041: People in wheat (?) field. undated. VIEW
117 09h042: "Onion field of W. M. Reno, 725 bu per acre [with men]". undated. VIEW
117 09h043: Onion harvest in field. undated. VIEW
117 09h044: People with onion harvest in field. undated. VIEW
117 09h045: "1/4 acre of onions on F. L. Childs place in Greeley. Yield 800 bu per acre [with people] -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
117 09h046: "Chas. Perrin and sons' onion field, 1901. 370 sacks per acre, Greeley, Colo. [with men]". 1901. VIEW
117 09h047: "W. C. Fischer, 4 acres onions, 525 bu per acre [men with onions in field]". undated. VIEW
117 09h048: Potatoes. undated. VIEW
117 09h049: "H. C. Haveners dugout [potatoes] -- F. E. Baker". undated. Cracked. VIEW
117 09h050: "Mrs. B. S. Lagrange dugout [potatoes]". undated. VIEW
117 09h051: "1 sack, 40 potatoes. Weight 120 lbs. Grown by V. Van Corder near Greeley. 30 acres, 300 bu per acre -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
117 09h052: "Potato field of Frank Bryant, 400 bu per acre [with people, horses and equipment] -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
117 09h053: "Harvesting potatoes on ranch of Shel Thomas, 3 diggers, 16 pickers". undated. VIEW
118 09h054: "Harvesting potatoes on ranch of Peter Berg, 200 sacks per acre -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
118 09h055: "R. D. Hughes harvesting potatoe crop on ranch of Bruce Eaton, Eaton, Colo.". undated. VIEW
118 09h056: "Harvesting potatoes on ranch of J. Baxter -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
118 09h057: "Digging crop of Davis Bros., J. H. Yates, contractors [potatoes] -- F. E. Baker". undated. Print in box 99. VIEW
118 09h058: Men, horses and equipment in potato field. undated. VIEW
118 09h059: "Load 130 sacks, 16490 lbs of potatoes, hauled in 4 miles on Studebaker Wagon to Northern Col. Produce Co. Greeley by H. Fishencord -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
118 09h060: "Irrigating setting cabbage plants -- F. E. Baker". undated. VIEW
118 09h061: Men, horses and wagon in cabbage field. undated. Image discolored. VIEW
118 09h062: People picking fruit. undated. VIEW
118 09h063: "Bear R. V. Canal showing stone cut and tunnel [two men in picture]". undated. VIEW
118 09h064: Men with results of coyote hunt. undated. VIEW
118 09h065: House in mountains. undated. VIEW
118 09h066: Man amidst snow-covered trees. undated. VIEW
118 09h067: Men inside store. undated. VIEW
118 09h068: "Horseshoe Falls, Estes Park, Co." Includes several people. undated. VIEW
118 09h069: Waterfalls over wide cliffs at foot of mountains. undated. VIEW
118 09h070: Men in military uniforms outdoors. undated. Print in box 99. VIEW
118 09h071: Men in military uniforms outdoors. undated. VIEW
118 09h072: Men in military uniforms and audience. undated. VIEW
118 09h073: Men of the Greeley Fire Department. undated. VIEW
118 09h074: Parade in downtown Greeley. undated. VIEW
118 09h075: Parade in downtown Greeley. undated. Image discolored. Print in box 99. VIEW
118 09h076: Group of men and marching band at parade in downtown Greeley. undated. VIEW
118 09h077: Marching band. undated. VIEW
118 09h078: "Canton Navajo Drill Team, Greeley". 1895. VIEW
118 09h079: The Greeley Tribune building. undated. VIEW


Series 10: Artifacts, 1847-1945 and undated (11.5+ linear feet)

This series contains the objects existing in the collection. They are mostly from the Carpenter and Hogarty families, along with several items of unknown provenance. Together with the rest of the collection, these artifacts help round out a picture of the family members' activities and interests. Perhaps of most interest are Delph Carpenter's briefcase and the framed "Testimonial of Appreciation" he received from the National Reclamation Association in 1943. The recordings of the presentation of the latter have been added here as well. Other objects include prints, posters, ribbons, pins, buttons, sewing kits, billfolds, hats, boxes, a pennant, a table runner, and more. Arrangement is according to storage needs.
Box Folder
103 6 Print: "True Success". undated. Framed.
111 10 Print: DEC. c. 1917. From photo 09a026. Four copies, one smaller. Oversize. VIEW
Printing plate in Box 147, Tray 3.
111 11 Print: "W. F. McClure". undated. Oversize.
111 12 Painting by Elizabeth B. Blair, given to DEC and MHC. 1912. Oversize.
119 Tray 2 Printing blocks of Carpenter family crest and portraits used in "History of Colorado": Daniel Carpenter, Nancy Scott Carpenter, LSC, MBC. c. 1918.
119 Tray 2 Printing block for Trade Mark: globe with wings. undated.
119 Tray 3 Photo album covered in red velvet. undated. Pages deteriorating. Photos removed to Series 9.
119 Tray 3 Flowered box; used to hold Eaton family letters: "Mame's letters. Bruce's letters about Mame's last illness. Newspaper accounts". undated. Top split from bottom.
119 Tray 4 Rock frame. undated.
119 Tray 4 Printing block for Carpenter Cattle Company: "Baron Groom" [bull]. undated. Backing separated from block.
120 Tray 1 Red sewing kit, marked "Emma". undated.
120 Tray 1 Black sewing kit. undated.
120 Tray 1 Black billfold, labelled "The Rocky Mountain News and The Denver Times". undated. Leather.
120 Tray 1 "Pasteur Vaccine Co." kit containing hypodermic needle. c. 1900.
120 Tray 1 Plastic eyeglasses in leather case. undated.
120 Tray 1 Brown wallet, with Daniel Carpenter's name written in it. c. 1847. Leather.
120 Tray 1 Black billfold: "D. E. Carpenter" embossed inside. undated. Leather.
120 Tray 1 Carved letter opener. undated. Ivory?
120 Tray 1 Letter opener: "Clarence A. O'Brien, registered patent attorney". undated. Metal.
120 Tray 2 Small Teemee-brand camera. c. 1945. In leather case.
120 Tray 2 Measuring tape: "Patricia Carpenter". undated. Cloth.
120 Tray 2 Bullet and bullet fragments of MJH, in two compartments. c. 1860s.
120 Tray 2 Six pins of MJH. undated. Various designs and styles.
120 Tray 2 Grand Army of the Republic pendant of MJH. undated. Metal.
120 Tray 2 G.A.R. buttons. undated. Metal.
120 Tray 2 Three Indianhead pennies. 1887, 1893, 1905. Metal.
120 Tray 2 Key to Colony Pioneer Safe. undated. Metal. See also box 124, folder 2.
120 Tray 3 Table runner of LSC and MBC. c. 1922. Linen.
120 Tray 3 Pennant with "D" on it. undated. Purple and gold silk.
121 Tray 1 Fez of MJH and box: "El Jebel". undated. Wool felt with embroidery. VIEW
121 Trays 2-3 Ribbons and pins of MJH and SCH, including Grand Army of the Republic and Womans Relief Corps. 1887-1907, undated. 18 items in various attachments. Metal and cloth. VIEW VIEW
122 Tray 1 Mortarboard. undated. Black cloth.
122 Tray 2 Box with tag: "W. P. Hogarty." Formerly held Hogarty correspondence and other papers. undated. Metal; paper tag.
123 Tray 2 Cigar box: "Key West Havanas." Formerly held DEC's railroad passes and similar items. undated. Lid becoming detached.
123 Tray 2 Wooden box. Formerly held cartes de visite. undated.
123 Tray 2 Green box with tag: "This box contains old diaries and old letters ... [illegible]." Formerly held Hogarty diaries. undated. Metal, banged up.
124 1 Envelope: "This packet contains newspaper clippings mentioning me in diverse ways. They are for Donald when he grows up". undated.
124 2 Envelope and note relating to key for Colony Pioneer Safe. undated. 2 items
124 3 "James Carpenter's hair". undated.
124 4 Lanyard for monocle/eyeglasses. 1927. Black ribbon, accompanied by envelope and paper from Carpenter-Hibbard Optical Co.
124 5 Printer's photos of DAC. undated. 4 items
124 6 Purple cloth saved by MBC and lock of hair. undated.
124 7 Semi-Centennial Celebration ribbons, University of Colorado. 1927. Two items.
124 8 Ribbons of MJH and SCH. 1892-1906, undated. 8 items
124 9 Envelope, ring and "Mary Jane Hogarty hair". undated.
124 10 Silhouette of William Bennett. undated. Fragile.
124 11 Paper frame: "Dorothy Eaton". undated.
124 12 Cat cut out of newspaper. undated.
124 13 Print: "Grandfather Shafer, Mrs. M. J. Hogarty's father". undated.
124 14 Print: "Signing of the compact in the cabin of the Mayflower". 1905.
124 15 Print: Signing of the South Platte River Compact and Colorado River Compact legislation. 1925. From photo 09a040.
124 16 Print: Wolf on hillside. undated.
125 Eastman view plate holders. c. 1904. 4 items
126 "A Testimonial of Appreciation presented to Honorable Delph Carpenter". 1943. Framed. VIEW
127 DEC briefcase. undated. Leather. Clasp taped on.
146 "Recording of an address by Hon. Ralph Carr delivered to the National Reclamation Assn.". 1943. 7 lacquer discs. Fragile. Reel-to-reel tape and two audiocassette tapes in Box 147, Tray 1. VIEW
Includes DAC's acceptance speech.
147 Tray 1 Masonic medal. undated. Metal attached to ribbon.
147 Tray 1 Small purse, with cards and notes of Mame and Hattie Hogarty. undated.
147 Tray 2 DEC notary public seal. undated. Metal. Heavy.
147 Tray 2 Framed photo: Plaque at Hoover Dam. undated.
Drwr 1 1 Poster: "Robert W. Bonynge, Republican candidate for congressman, first district Colorado". undated. Oversize.
Drwr 1 1 Poster: "James S. Sherman". 1908. Oversize.
Drwr 1 1 Poster: "William H. Taft". 1908. Oversize.
Drwr 1 1 Print: Portrait of "Marshall" (?). undated. Oversize.
Drwr 3 2 Sleeve pattern and envelope. 1896. Cut from newspaper and sewn together. Oversize.