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Copyright     2012
by Douglas Clausen

the writings of        Henry A. Clausen
 

born: Brooklyn, New York, April 4, 1902.
died: Colorado Springs, Colorado, May 9, 1984.

 


Fifteen Years of Grunts and Groans. Los Angeles Times, October 6, 1935, newspaper article.  The author’s recollections of how he began and succeeded in professional wrestling.

Trinidad and the Purgatoire Valley [manuscript] : the Spanish period (1600-1822). 22 June 1956. Typescript, 13pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Trinidad and the Purgatorie Valley [manuscript] : the beginnings of permanent settlement. May 1957. Typescript, 9pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Sports activities in Colorado Springs in the '70s and '80s [manuscript]. 26 June 1959. Typescript, signed. 12pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Sports activities in the Pike's Peak Region in the late '80's [manuscript]. 24 June 1960. Typescript, signed. 21pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

La Vita [Veta] Pass and Garland City - 1877-1878 [manuscript].1962. Typescript, 17pp.  includes Denver and Rio Grande Railroad history. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Some Fragments From The Story of Early Colorado Stage Lines. June 1963, typescript;signed; 21pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection. (One signed copy of uncorrected typescript held privately.)

The Jack London Newsletter, 2 (Jan-Apr 1969), 1-4; see the article Fifty Years Since Jack London Died, by B. Mosby Jespersen, translated from the Danish by Henry A. Clausen.

The Pharmacist Mine on Bull Hill. [manuscript]. 24 July 1970. Typescript signed (carbon copy). Includes 2 photocopies of pictures of interior and exterior of the mine plus 2 portraits, 2 newspaper pictures from 1897, and 6 photocopies of pages from official reports. Brief history of the Pharmacist mine in Cripple Creek, Colo.  Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Odds and Ends From Caribou 1871-72. [manuscript]. Typescript, 9 pages. August 1971. News items from the Caribou Post, Caribou, Colorado. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

A glimpse of Denver from the early pages of the Colorado Tribune [manuscript]. November, 1972. Typescript. 20pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

Anedcotes [i.e. anecdotes] of trivia & otherwise from the weekly Colorado Tribune in Denver from volume 1 no. 1, May 15, 1867, and on from there [manuscript]. 24 August 1973. Typescript. 13pp. Held by Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District, in the Ghost Town Club collection.

La Veta Pass and Garland City 1876-1878.  The Denver Westerners Roundup, September 1973,
Volume XXIX, No. 7.  Denver: Denver Posse of The Westerners, wraps, 20p. a monthly magazine.

La Veta Pass and Garland City 1876-1878. The Denver Westerners 1973 Brand Book, Volume XXIX, pages 170-195.  Denver: The Westerners, 1974. hb, Limited Edition.

Recollections of SMW [Stanton Macdonald-Wright], in American Art Review, Vol 1, No. 2, Jan-Feb 1974, pages 55-58. Wraps, 4to, Art Periodical.

Wrestling In Colorado and The Other 49 States. The Denver Westerners Roundup, October 1974, Volume XXX, No. 8.  Denver: Denver Posse of The Westerners.  wraps, 20p.  a monthly magazine.

Western Historical Quarterly, July 1975, Vol 6, No. 3.  In this issue, Henry A. Clausen has written a review of the book Los Primeros Pobladores: Hispanic Americans of the Ute Frontier, by Frances Leon Swadesh (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame, 1974, xv, 262 p.).

Wrestling In Colorado and The Other 49 States.The Denver Westerners Brand Book Volumes XXX-XXXI,
pages 293-312.  Denver: The Westerners, 1977. Limited Edition, hard cover.

Sports Activities in the Pikes Peak Region, 1875-1890.  undated, unpublished , typescript; signed; 21pp. private collection copy.



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