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N. Gregg Family Album

Identifier: C Photo Album 186

Scope and Contents

This album includes views of the N. Gregg family of Denver, Colorado; views of Mississippi, Louisiana, Colorado, Utah, and Michigan; snapshots of family members, servants, pets, and vacations.


  • 1890-1897

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research.


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Biographical / Historical

Nathan Gregg Jr. (December 30, 1873-December 1929) was an investment broker in Denver, Colorado. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana to Nathan Gregg Sr. (March 25, 1836-April 6, 1913) and Belle Wilson Gregg (June 1841-1911). He married Isa Margarette Stearns (October 2, 1876-March 18, 1953) in 1897. They had one son, Hamilton Stearns Gregg (1899-1949). He was a member of the Denver Athletic Club, the Denver Country Club, the Denver Motor Club, and the Civic and Commercial Association. The Gregg family is buried in Denver's Fairmount Cemetery.


1 PhotoBox

Language of Materials


Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift, unknown donor, undated.


Title from DPL PAFI inventory.


Formerly PAFI Album # 186.


Label on album storage box reads: "N. Gregg album."

Table of Contents

Pass Christian, Miss. summer 1890 -- Shreveport, La. 1890 -- Mabel Gregg -- Johhny [African American youth] and dogs -- Conclave Denver 1892 -- Interiors of Anna Stuart's house -- C.W. Mills house on Clarkson -- 1608 Franklin -- G.E. Briggs -- Miss Ida Stearns -- Clara Kellogg -- C.W. Mills -- Pictures of Festival of Mountain & Plain 1895 -- Father & Diwall in Utah -- Mrs. N. Gregg Jr. -- Chicago 1897.

Processing Information

many photographic prints are faded and / or discolored.

Finding Aid for the N. Gregg family album[graphic]
Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
Description rules
Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
Language of description
Script of description

Repository Details

Part of the Denver Public Library, Western History and Genealogy Repository

10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy
Denver CO 80204 United States