Guide to Research CollectionsColorado Historical Society
Papers: 1852-1924. 720 items. Congressional correspondence, drafts of speeches and resolutions, record books relating to his law practice, biographical material, photographs, and memorabilia. The papers relate chiefly to political affairs and to the presidential campaign of 1896 when he joined the independent Silver Republicans. Finding aid.
Denver Public Library
Western History Department
Papers: 1877-1878. 578 items. Correspondence, chiefly regarding public lands, Indian affairs, the silver question, railroads, and local and national politics, and photographs. Finding aid.
Rockefeller Archive Center
North Tarrytown, NY
Papers: In Nelson W. Aldrich papers, 1879-1915, on 63 microfilm reels of originals at Library of Congress.
University of Colorado Libraries
Papers: 1862-1908. 10 feet; ca. 800 items. Chiefly concern legal and business career including business correspondence (1862-1899), legal correspondence, financial records, and photographs pertaining to the mining business and railroads. Finding aid.
Additional Papers: Correspondence and references in John Bell Calhoun papers, 1882-1950s; Chicago-Colorado Colony records, 1870-1899; Paul D. Harrison papers, 1850s-1970s; Harper M. Orahood papers, 1862-1881; James A. Ownbey papers, 1889-1927; Lynn Perrigo papers; Jessee S. Randall papers, 1865-1920; Hal Sayre papers, 1859-1925; and Clinton M. Tyler papers, 1862-1869.
University of Oklahoma
Carl Albert Center Congressional Archives
Papers: Correspondence in Grayson family papers, 1834-1919; Cherokee Nation papers, 1801-1982; and Robert V. Belt letterpress copybooks, 1885-1898.