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Records of the Black Genealogy Search Group include: meeting minutes and agendas, photographs, membership information, genealogy resources, and program/event information. One AVBox containing VHS tapes of presentations by and for the Black Genealogy Search Group dating from 1989 to 2001.
The collection contains biographies, posters, photographs, and a calendar highlighting historical Black figures in American history that were produced by Black American publishers, including the Afro-Am Publishing Company (Chicago, Illinois), between 1969 and 1996. The collection consists primarily of photographs and short biographies pasted onto poster boards.
One box containing slides and an annotated inventory about African American history. The set was created by William Loren Katz and published in 1970. The 465 slides depict major elements of black history in America from the early 16th century through World War II. Deals with black American contributions to the Revolutionary War, black inventors, early black politicians, Black Seminoles, and others aspects of black history. Published by Educational Resources, Inc.
Includes planning papers for Blair Caldwell African American Research Library, invitations to preview party and grand opening, commemorative pins, groundbreaking book marks and guest books (blank).
Collection contains guidelines and exhibit designs.
Contains pages listing renters with paid amount (pages torn from ledger) and list of "paid iot"
Includes voter precinct lists, presumably utilized by Phillips during his 1972 campaign for the Colorado State Legislature.
Photo album of events of the Bronze Daughters of America from 1951-1965.
Contains a typed transcription of “An undelivered letter written to the Patriotic Colored Women, from the Buffalo Soldiers of the 10th Calvary Div., U.S. Army (2 leaves, 1898) and photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles about the Buffalo Soldiers (11 items).
The Johnson Papers contain family photographs and early pictures of Johnson as a football and baseball player. Also, included is an Army portrait. Newspaper clippings and baseball statistics also appear. Most of this material is in the form of photocopies.
Includes 1/2-hour videocassettes (VHS 1/2") of a television show called "The CAM Hour." The episodes aired between 1987 and 1999. Contain performances of gospel music, including two years of the Juneteenth Gospel Music Fest and two years of the Colorado Gospel Academy and Hall of Fame; dance performances and interviews with famous local African Americans; footage of conferences and awards ceremonies; and dramatizations.
Relates mostly to Odyssey West Magazine; material includes photographic files, award certificates and plaques, and publications of Odyssey West. Photograph files consist of many figures throughout the African American community, both at the national and local level. In addition, includes information (publications, art, and covers) that pertains to Odyssey, Afro-Denver, Afro Colorado, and Colorado Lifestyle - - publications for which Jones played a role.
Resumes, musical scores, 45 rpm records, awards, photographs and newspaper clippings that relate to Collins's career as a musician and educator. Also includes information about Clinton Collins, Carrie's husband.
Includes articles relating to her business, Charlene's House of Beauty (Denver, Colorado), personal awards, and photographs.
Contains photographs that span (approximately) World War I to the mid-1940s; photographs primarily document Rothwell, his family, and Denver; includes images from Dearfield, El Paso, Las Vegas, and other Western cities.
Includes photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings that document Burrell's career as a musician.
Collection consists of items collected by Charlotte Cowens, and photographs.
Includes black and white photographs of C.C. and Lucile at the Owl Club (circa 1940s-1950s), Owl Club of Denver Debutante Presentation programs(1976-1977), Owl Club newspaper clippings (1961,1987), C.C. Johnson eulogy given by grandson (1996), plaque " In appreciation for your 47 years of dedicated service to the Owl Club of Denver" (1988) and plaque "Denver Public Schools Award, Black Education Advisory Committee" (1981).
Contains research collected by Chuck Smith, including issues of The Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences and The Review of Black Political Economy, as well as photocopied articles pertaining to the life and career of artist Benny Andrews.
Contains programs, bulletins, directories, obituaries, funeral notices, flyers from churches and schools located in Denver, Colo. Included is a program from World Famous Williams Jubilee Singers (1912); "Easter Gems for Church and School" (1895). Churches include Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church, Central Baptist Church, Macedonia Baptist Church, Scott United Methodist Church, Shorter A.M.E. Church and Zion Baptist Church.
Includes photographs, programs, clippings, video tape and books related to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Presentation and Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, events and celebrations.
Collection includes materials related to Clementine Washington Pigford and family: school papers, biographical information, photographs, newspaper clippings, programs, wedding invitation and report by Helen Washington to the Columbine Chapter of the Eastern Star.
Includes press releases, advertisements, performance reviews, and VHS footage of dances and rehearsals, promotional posters, company records and correspondence.
Contains awards and certificates presented to, or by, the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce.
Includes correspondence, annual conference programs and posters, newspaper articles, reports, minutes, agendas, financial information, event invitations, newsletters and member rosters.
Collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, track and field result lists, programs, annual reports, awards and certificates.
The records date from 1993-2001 and detail the activites of the Metro Libraries Volunteer Management Council, which was renamed to the Colorado Libraries Volunteer Managers Coucil in 1997. Records inclide meeting minutes, volunteer manuals, membership lists and reports.
The collection dates between 1940 and 2006 and contains photographs, newspaper clippings, a booklet, and a videocassette tape.
Contains materials supporting the Coors Heritage Series, Black History Month and the recruitment of African Americans to work for Coors including awards, calendars, advertising and photographs.
Biography written by Anne-Marie Stripling; plaque; commendation letter from United States Air Force; three award-winning 35-mm still life photographs.
- African Americans -- Colorado -- Denver. 73
- African American women -- Colorado -- Denver. 30
- Photographs 22
- Personal papers 16
- Photographs. 15
- Personal papers. 13
- Ephemera (general object genre) 12
- African American women -- Colorado -- Denver -- Societies and clubs. 10
- Awards 10
- Organization files 10
- African American businesspeople -- Colorado -- Denver. 8
- African Americans -- Colorado. 8
- Ephemera 8
- Scrapbooks 8
- African American musicians -- Colorado -- Denver. 6
- African Americans -- Colorado -- Denver -- Societies and clubs. 6
- Business records 6
- African American legislators -- Colorado. 5
- African Americans -- Colorado -- Denver -- Archives. 5
- Five Points (Denver, Colo.) -- History. 5 + ∧ less
- English 302
- Dutch; Flemish 1
- French 1
- Italian 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- African American Leadership Institute Records (Denver, Colo.) 2
- African American Leadership Institute Records (Denver, Colo.) -- Archives. 2
- Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Inc. (Prince Hall Affiliated) -- Syrian Temple No. 49 (Denver, Colo.) -- History. 2
- Butcher, Harriet -- 1923-2017 -- Archives. 2
- Groff, Regis, 1935- -- Archives. 2
- Richardson, Elbert, ǂd 1927-2016 -- Archives. 2
- Adorney, Thom 1
- Adorney, Thom -- Archives 1
- Allen, Ethel -- Archives. 1
- Allen, Ethel. 1
- Allen, Eva Ray, 1917-2012 1
- Andrews, Benny, 1930-2006 1
- Andrews, Benny, 1930-2006 -- Archival resources 1
- Bailey, George. 1
- Bills, Martha Joan, 1936- 1
- Bills, Martha Joan, 1936- -- Archives 1
- Black America West Museum and Heritage Center (Denver, Colo.) -- Archival resources. 1
- Black Education United (Denver, Colo.) 1
- Black Education United (Denver, Colo.) -- Archival resources 1
- Black Genealogy Search Group (Denver, Colo.) -- Archives. 1 + ∧ less