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Name Hoyt, Clarence Patee
Othernames C.P.
Born 11-07-1845
Birthplace Cayuga County, New York
Places of residence Canon City, Colorado
Golden, Colorado
Gothic City, Colorado
Titles & honors Warden, Colorado State Penitentiary
Mayor of Golden
Notes Also a founder of Gothic City in 1879
Owned 240 acres one mile south of Golden in 1893 with clay and coal mining.

Occupation Came to Golden in 1866 and worked for the Overland Stage Co.
1871 elected City Marshal serving 2 years before appointed under sheriff by Jim Ward.

According to 1893 Golden Globe, Hoyt served as undersheriff for Jefferson County for four years starting in 1869. At this same time he served as a U.S. Deputy Marshall for five years (1869-1874).
Role Law
Spouse Ida (Johnson)
Children Three children-
Mary E. Hoyt Brown
Ruth Hoyt

Associated Records

Image of The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies.  

The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. 

Businesses and people mentioned. 
-The Globe Real Estate Agency; The Fair; Golden Water Works; The White Ash Coal Mining Company; Bella Vista; Edward F. Rundlett books, stationary, and furniture business; George H. Kimball; Jefferson County Courthouse; county officials; South Golden High School; Colorado State Industrial School; Rock Flour Mills; Nankivell & Jones; D. E. Harrison; J.H Brown; Dr. James Kelly; Columbian Green House; Hammond & Broad; The Crawford House; General George West; H.T. Quick; G.G. Townsend; L.J. Fox; John Treffeisen; E.T. Evans; Judge McD. Parshall; Caleb E. Parfet; Anselm Dold; A.S. Harris; The Golden Globe; I.T. Feltch; Episcopal Church; Vogel & Niedermeyer; Honorable W.G. Smith; S.E. Parshall; Charles Sauter; C. H. Case; Phil Klatt; A. Eslick; The Eagle Brewing Company; Henry Koch; George C. Cooper; Fritz Kohler; Mrs. R. McLaughlin; Honorable Joseph Mann; The Savery House; Mrs. M. Slingerland; Golden Paper Mills; Honorable John A. Hoagland; Mayor N. Koenig; Lake & Dennis' Livery; Elizabeth Murphy; M. Wyman; Honorable Charles W. Dake; Pine Grove resort; Honorable Ruben C. Wells; W.E. Matthews; James Nankivell; S.A. Cunningham; Hotel La Veta; Mrs. M.E. Harris; Allen Lewis; B.P. Quaintance; Elwood Easley; Charles H. Wade; Jefferson County Bank; The Burgess House; Mrs. T.W. Burgess; Golden Electric Light Plants; M.T. Morrill; Theo Merkle; J.R. Derr;  W.W. Gayton; Coors Brewery; Adolph Coors; Rees Easley; The Transcript; Sheriff S. S. Poe; Joseph Zilligen; City Meat Market; Wasson & Sorensen; Henry F. Wulff; L. H. McGill; Peter Christensen; M.M. Nay; Union Pacific Railroad; D.R. Burrows; Louis A. Reno; W.M. Graves; Albert H. Barth; Arvada Tannery; Dr. E.P. Greene; Justice R.C. Greene; J.A. Ferris; J.A. Newcomb; Senator Hiram R. Brown; State School of Mines; Percy Williams; Henry Wagner; Hibbard's New York Store; C.A. Hibbard; Golden Opera House; M.G. Rockwell; James A. Lewis; C.P Hoyt; Jonas E. Wannemaker; Sprucedale Resort; H.H. Stewart; Andrew Amos; Frand D. Hines; Honorable D.P. Wilmot; Julius C. Dedisse; The Golden Pressed and Fire Brick Company; Robert A. Strain; Frank D. Hatch; Eagle Brewing Company; Denver, Lakewood, and Golden Railway; J. H. Brown's Store; A.C. Shock; George W. Parfet; Dr. W.E. Stone; McCartney's Store; Wade, Golden's clothier; Nollison & Crisman

The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies. The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. Businesses and people mentioned. -The Globe Real Estate Agency; The Fair; Golden Water Works; The White Ash Coal Mining Company; Bella Vista; Edward F. Rundlett books, stationary, and furniture business; George H. Kimball; Jefferson County Courthouse; county officials; South Golden High School; Colorado State Industrial School; Rock Flour Mills; Nankivell & Jones; D. E. Harrison; J.H Brown; Dr. James Kelly; Columbian Green House; Hammond & Broad; The Crawford House; General George West; H.T. Quick; G.G. Townsend; L.J. Fox; John Treffeisen; E.T. Evans; Judge McD. Parshall; Caleb E. Parfet; Anselm Dold; A.S. Harris; The Golden Globe; I.T. Feltch; Episcopal Church; Vogel & Niedermeyer; Honorable W.G. Smith; S.E. Parshall; Charles Sauter; C. H. Case; Phil Klatt; A. Eslick; The Eagle Brewing Company; Henry Koch; George C. Cooper; Fritz Kohler; Mrs. R. McLaughlin; Honorable Joseph Mann; The Savery House; Mrs. M. Slingerland; Golden Paper Mills; Honorable John A. Hoagland; Mayor N. Koenig; Lake & Dennis' Livery; Elizabeth Murphy; M. Wyman; Honorable Charles W. Dake; Pine Grove resort; Honorable Ruben C. Wells; W.E. Matthews; James Nankivell; S.A. Cunningham; Hotel La Veta; Mrs. M.E. Harris; Allen Lewis; B.P. Quaintance; Elwood Easley; Charles H. Wade; Jefferson County Bank; The Burgess House; Mrs. T.W. Burgess; Golden Electric Light Plants; M.T. Morrill; Theo Merkle; J.R. Derr; W.W. Gayton; Coors Brewery; Adolph Coors; Rees Easley; The Transcript; Sheriff S. S. Poe; Joseph Zilligen; City Meat Market; Wasson & Sorensen; Henry F. Wulff; L. H. McGill; Peter Christensen; M.M. Nay; Union Pacific Railroad; D.R. Burrows; Louis A. Reno; W.M. Graves; Albert H. Barth; Arvada Tannery; Dr. E.P. Greene; Justice R.C. Greene; J.A. Ferris; J.A. Newcomb; Senator Hiram R. Brown; State School of Mines; Percy Williams; Henry Wagner; Hibbard's New York Store; C.A. Hibbard; Golden Opera House; M.G. Rockwell; James A. Lewis; C.P Hoyt; Jonas E. Wannemaker; Sprucedale Resort; H.H. Stewart; Andrew Amos; Frand D. Hines; Honorable D.P. Wilmot; Julius C. Dedisse; The Golden Pressed and Fire Brick Company; Robert A. Strain; Frank D. Hatch; Eagle Brewing Company; Denver, Lakewood, and Golden Railway; J. H. Brown's Store; A.C. Shock; George W. Parfet; Dr. W.E. Stone; McCartney's Store; Wade, Golden's clothier; Nollison & Crisman

The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies. The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. Businesses and peopl

Image of 2011.099.021 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.021 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of four men, two seated and two standing, each with dark suits and moustaches. Seated are Alexander Gullet (Gunnison) at left and Clarence Patee Hoyt, Warden of the Colorado State Penitentiary, at right. Standing are David Nicholls of Boulder and Charles Boettcher of Denver.

Image of 2011.099.152 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.152 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Clarence Patee "C.P." Hoyt wearing black trousers with a long white shirt, front of the shirt is partially un-tucked. Hoyt is also wearing a wide brim hat, gloves, and is leaning against a shovel. Hoyt is standing in front of a white picket fence, that is on the left of the photograph, and a chicken wire fence on the right side of the photograph. Telephone lines, a small building, and Castle Rock are in the background. The word "Pop" has been written on the front in the upper right corner.

Image of 2011.099.255 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.255 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Hoyt Family in 1897. There is a total of 16 people on the photograph. Numbers are written on the front of the photograph to identify some of the family members. People are as follows: 1) "Muck", 2) Mr. D.E. Gibson, 3) Mrs. Reynolds, 4) Mrs. Harding, 5) Gov. Alva Adams, 6) "Pop" C.P. Hoyt, 7) Mrs. Adams, 8) "Mom" Mrs. C.P. Hoyt, 9) Mrs. Gibson, 10) Mr. T.M. Harding, 11) Gretchen Harding, 12) Ruth Hoyt, and 13) Mary Hoyt.

Image of 2011.099.262 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.262 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Clarence Patee Hoyt wearing a dark colored jacket and vest with a white dress shirt and a striped bow tie. Hoyt has a full mustache, he is balding with some hair on the back of his head. Small silver pin on his left lapel. Written at the bottom of the photograph: Clarence Patee Hoyt "Pop".

Image of 2011.099.532 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.532 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of people dressed in cotumes for a party at C.P. Hoyt's house. Seven people are in the photograph, five women and two men. Three women are sitting with the other four people standing. People are identified as: May Moore, Billy Tudor, Ced Cullings, Valberga Klein, Ella Deaver, Celia Ryan, and D. Deleharity.

Image of 2011.099.756 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.756 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the spanking machine used on prisoners at the Canon City Territorial Prison designed by CP Hoyt. The machine looks like two saw horses that angle to a small platform that has a pillow on top. An unidentified prisoner is leaning over the spanking machine while CP Hoyt holds a paddle. Four unidentified men are observing. A small wooden bucket sits on the ground beside the machine. A large rock wall is in the background. Written on the bottom: #381 Spanking machine. Original.; hard to read the rest of the words.

Image of 2016.070.001 - Photograph, Cabinet

2016.070.001 - Photograph, Cabinet

Black and white cabinet card photograph of the Woods & Rubey, Bankers building located on the corner of Washington Avenue and 12th Street in Golden, Colorado. Three men dressed in suites are standing outside of the building in front of the entrance. The man on the left is Clarence Hoyt. A sign hanging off the second floor of the building advertises Dr. G. W. Kerner, Dentist. A confectionary storefront is visible to the right of the bank building with two men seated in chairs.