African Americans -- Colorado -- Denver.
Found in 87 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is comprised of sheet mucic written by or about African Americans between 1917 to 1936. Sheet music may include racist depictions, references and tropes of African Americans in both language and illustration.
Funeral notices, memorial pamphlets, funeral programs, newspaper clippings; chiefly of Denver, Colorado African Americans.
Includes photographs and newspaper clippings acquired throughout Reeves' involvement in the American Legion; contains material that reflects the activities of the American Legion throughout the 1970s.
Horton talks about changes in the population of Five Points (Denver, Colo.), people in the neighborhood and the rising cost of homes.
Includes correspondence, financial materials, photographs, awards, his medical bag and lectures that Gipson gave during his career as a doctor. Of note, are newspaper articles spanning 1958-1992 about African Americans in medicine and a scrapbook devoted to Dr. Charles R. Drew.
Correspondence, travel memories, poem, newspaper article.
Moderated by Juanita R. Gray. Panel members include Lula Franklin who reads her own poetry; Grace McCain talks about her father being one of the first African Americans in Colorado; Odessa Penn talks about Dr. Justina Ford; Edith Hawkins talks about her father who was an early African American policeman in Denver, Colo.; Olietta Moore talks about her father who helped build many of Colorado's prominent landmarks.
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).
Includes voter precinct lists, presumably utilized by Phillips during his 1972 campaign for the Colorado State Legislature.
Collection consists of items collected by Charlotte Cowens, and photographs.
Wilkerson talks about being raised in the Bahamas, coming to the United States, serving in the Armed Forces, and working for the Denver Police Department. Interview took place on KLZ radio program entitled Public Affairs Presentation.
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 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.
Interviewed by Juanita Gray and James Davis, Sept. 12, 1973. Discusses his professional life, race discrimination, and civic involvement in Denver, CO.
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.
Contains awards and certificates presented to, or by, the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce.
Consists of personal papers, photographs, correspondence, and various secondary publications that contain annotations. Also includes some of Mallard's business records (a ledger from 1925-1926 and various license certificates) and items pertaining to the Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church.
Contains materials related to Delta Sigma Theta: a scrapbook, convention programs, a bag, folder and envelope from national conventions. Material related to the Delta Mother's and Patron's Club (auxiliary of Denver Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta) includes: a scrapbook, photo albums, awards, minutes, yearbooks, programs, guest books, club song, newspaper clippings, stationary and biographical information about past presidents.
Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photographs, memorial cards, certificates of baptisms, correspondence; loose photographs of home, residents, members of Colored Blind Association.
Bowling shirts, slacks, hats. Most monogramed with the name Art Brooks.
Photographs, news clippings, documents, programs and awards.
Correspondence; diplomas; East Denver High School yearbook; Prairie View Training School reunion booklet; newspaper clippings, obituary.
Quarter linear foot box of clippings and research materials relating to Dr. Justina Ford created after her death in 1952. One tube of undated b/w photographs.
Contains minutes, membership lists; also contains minutes from the General Committee, Central States Golf Tournament.
Collection contains awards, photographs, correspondence, 9th Infantry Division Fort Carson yearbook and Richardson's obituary.
Sobel talks about Five Points (Denver, Colo.), his liquor store there, history of the neighborhood, prominent people in the area; also discusses barbecue and its significance in the African American culture.
Collection contains a dissertation and class syllabus.