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Atlas of Colorado, 1951-1967

 Item — Volume: 1
Identifier: Series-144
Scope and Contents "Atlas of Colorado" is a post-bound folder containing general highway maps of each county in Colorado with the exception of Denver County. Prepared by the Department of Highways, State of Colorado, Planning and Research Division in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Public Roads. Original maps dated 1951-1966 with State Highway and County Road System revisions dated 1967. Folder also contains a 1965 Traffic Volume Map of the...
Dates: 1951-1967

Ault Cemetery Association Records, 1902-1993

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Series-147
Scope and Contents The Ault cemetery lies on South Turkey Creek in Jefferson County, Colorado. It was also known as the Medlen Cemetery, due to its location near the site of the Medlen School and Post Office in South Turkey Creek, the South Turkey Creek Cemetery, and possibly Reed Cemetery. The cemetery contains the remains of approximately 80 people, mostly former residents of Bradford Precinct and vicinity. The Ault Cemetery Association records consist of a name index to burials, the association's...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1902-1993

Book of Town Plats, 1867-1882

 Series — Volume: 1
Identifier: Series-244
Scope and Contents Book of original plats of towns and additions in Jefferson County, Colorado Territory, as filed with the County's Clerk and Recorder. Collection contains plats of: Kinney's Addition to Golden City (1867); Barber's Addition to Golden City (1867); Johnson Addition to Golden City (1868): Bush and Fisher Addition to Golden City (1870); Smith's New Survey of Golden City (1869); Mt. Vernon Town Site (1867); Arvada Town Site (1870); Welch Addition to Golden (1871); Golden City (1868);...
Dates: Recorded: 1867-1882

Community Plan Books and Miscellaneous Publications, 1960-2007

 Collection
Identifier: Series-138
Abstract

Publications produced by Jefferson County's Planning and Zoning department containing policy recommendations developed to serve as guides for land use and service decisions.

Dates: Publication: 1960-2007

Crown Hill Cemetery Association Plat Book, 1908-1971

 Item — Volume: 1
Identifier: Series-220
Scope and Contents Large, post-bound volume containing copies of recorded plats for the various sections and blocks of Crown Hill Cemetery located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Includes the original 1908 plat listing Verner Davis as landscape artist and J.C. McAdams as engineer. The Crown Hill Cemetery Association was formed in 1907 by George W. Olinger and five other Denver entrepreneurs. Their plan was to convert the land just west of Wadsworth Ave. into one of the finest cemeteries in the Denver area. They...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1908-1971

Denver Water Board Base Maps, 1962-1967

 Series — Volume: 1
Identifier: Series-137
Scope and Contents

Denver Municpal Water Works plat maps showing locations of water mains, open and closed valves, fire hydrants, rights-of-way, and boundaries in unincorporated Jefferson County parcels.

Dates: 1962-1967

Ditches and Reservoirs in Jefferson County, 1873-1971

 Collection
Identifier: Series-177
Abstract

Plats, maps and statements of claim to water rights for ditches, reservoirs and water supply sources recorded in Jefferson County.

Dates: Record Keeping: 1873-1971

Golden Landmarks Association Map Collection, 1874-1976

 Collection
Identifier: Series-240
Scope and Contents

Collection of miscellaneous historical maps including county planning maps, highway and transportation maps showing traffic-congested areas in Denver, range maps, township maps, zoning maps, U.S.G.S. maps and others. There are photocopies of many in addition to the original. See collection organization list for individual map titles.

Dates: 1874-1976

Jefferson County Abstract Company Maps, 1867-1949

 Collection
Identifier: Series-143
Abstract

Tracings of recorded subdivision plats; surveys by former county surveyors; maps showing road, railroad, or ditch rights of way; and miscellaneous maps created by private engineers or surveyors all compiled and/or collected by the former Jefferson County Abstract Company of Golden, Colorado.

Dates: Existence: 1867-1949

Jefferson County Manuscript Maps, 1879, 1890

 Series
Identifier: Series-116
Abstract

Base maps showing railroad lines and other routes, platted towns, and topography. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Cartographer unknown.

Dates: 1879; 1890

Map of Denver and Surroundings, 1915

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Series-119
Scope and Contents

Map of the Denver metropolitan areas, abstracted by R.W. Gelder, Civil Engineer, Greeley, Colorado in 1915. Map covers the area in ranges 67-70 west and townships 2-5 south, including areas of Jefferson, Adams and Arapahoe Counties adjoining Denver. Shows ownership of rural land.

Dates: Publication: 1915

Morrison School District (No. 22) Records, 1874-1950 (Bulk 1900-1950)

 Collection
Identifier: Series-178
Abstract The Morrison School records include documents created by the school as part of their activities as an educational institution serving the Morrison community and surrounding area. Records include teacher’s registers, school census records, school reports, correspondence, photographs and various school documents. Also included are documents pertaining to the legal and financial aspects of running a school, such as State of Colorado publications, district secretary’s record books, financial...
Dates: 1874-1950; Majority of material found within 1900-1950

Mountain Area Planning Council Records, 1957-1977 (Bulk 1967-1977)

 Collection
Identifier: Series-187
Scope and Contents Administrative records of the Mountain Area Planning Council, a group of mountain area organizations and individual landowners, active from 1967 to 1977. The function of the Council was to coordinate creative ideas, manpower, and financial resources in order to preserve the scenic and historic beauty of the area. In 1968, the Council learned that the Evergreen area was being considered as a venue for the Nordic events of the 1976 Winter Olympics. This became a major concern of...
Dates: Existence: 1957-1977; Existence: Majority of material found within Bulk 1967-1977

Road Book, circa 1882-1910

 Item — Volume: 1
Identifier: Series-239
Scope and Contents This large book of township plats, known as the "Road Book" by planners in the Planning and Zoning department, depicts roads hand-drawn in red with references to Road Book A and Board of County Commissioners' Minute Books, with page numbers and dates where action was taken. May also reference road peitions, measurements, mile markers and vacations. State and territorial roads, wagon roads, road names, towns and geographical features such as creeks, rivers and gulches are also shown. It is...
Dates: circa 1882-circa 1910

Subdivision (Address) Plat Books, 1970-1978

 Series
Identifier: Series-134
Scope and Contents

Subdivision plats showing legal descriptions of planned development; tracts; lots; streets and roads; easements; boundaries; private roads and drives; and some addresses for parcels of land in Jefferson County.

Dates: Record Keeping: 1970-1978

Willits Farm Map, 1899 (Photocopy)

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Series-118
Scope and Contents Cadastral map showing land ownership around the Denver Metropolitan area. The map encompasses an area from east to west of 30 miles, and 32 miles from north to south, centered on the city of Denver. It includes the western 18 miles of Arapahoe County, Townships 1 to 5 South, Ranges 66 to 68 West; and the northern 24 miles of Jefferson County, as far west as Golden, including Townships 2 to 5 South, Range 69 and most of 70 West. The southeastern corner of Boulder County is included, and very...
Dates: Publication: 1899

Willits Map of Golden, 1878

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Series-148
Scope and Contents

Map of Golden compiled from official records by W.C. Willits in 1878. "Original Town" and additions are shown. Churches, schools, businesses and some residences are indicated on face of map as well as street names, blocks and lots, railroads and ditches. Ownership of some land bordering town also shown. Advertisements of local business and professional people are shown on sides and top of map.

Dates: Publication: 1878