Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Images of asbestos mining in Natrona County near Casper, Wyoming. Views of the mines, asbestos seams in the mines and asbestos fiber, as well as various asbestos products such as tile, shingles, and wall board.
Collection contains a large selection of photographs from the Denver Post photo library (ca.1890s-ca.1980s). Subject and biography related files are arranged alphabetically by surname, building name, event, etc. See inventory for a complete list of file folder titles and collection arrangement.
1910-1940: nature photographs, mountainscapes, buildings in Denver, the cabin of Enos Mill, flower photographs, and miscellaneous subjects.
Views of the North Fork of the Grand River (Colorado River) and Long Lake near Ward, Colorado.
View of Lake San Cristobal (San Cristoval) in Hinsdale County, Colorado. Shows a dead tree and rock formations.
Postcards of Native Americans, images include chiefs, warriors, and members of many tribes, these include: the Apache, Cree, Ojibwa, Sioux (Dakota), Pueblo, Winnebago, Seminole, Hopi, Navajo, Ute, Assinaboine, Pima, Siwash, Paiute, Cheyenne, Gros Ventre, Red Ocher, Cree, Kiowa, Sinkiuse-Columbia. Many portraits of men, women, and children; some posed images of daily life; views of tepees, pueblos, wickiups, and lodges.
Views of houses, buildings, historical sites, bridges, monuments, etc. in Colorado, New York, Arizona, California, and other states. Views of the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. A few views from outside the United States.
Scenic views of Colorado, many images of El Paso County.
Group portraits of employees and managers, and their families at the Monitor Publishing Company picnics at the Wolf Ranch in Eldora and Ismont on the Platte, a cabin near Conifer in Jefferson County, Colorado.
Views of New Mexico, Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Texas, and California. Images of cities and towns, churches, railroad bridges and facilities, waterfalls, canyons, and scenery.
Views of Yellowstone National Park. Images of a bridge over probably the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone Falls, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, and Giant Geyser.