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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Kirk interview

Identifier: C MSS -M1886
Scope and Contents

Charles Kirk discusses his work with the Soil Conservation Corps Camp and his life story.

Dates: Check date

Dangerous Days Audio Tapes

Identifier: WH650
Scope and Contents Collection contains 15 reel-to-reel audio tapes on Colorado history created by Denver Public Schools. Titles include: Siege of Santa Fe (TR29), Murder at Manitou (TR30), Union Colony (TR35), Road from Central City to Denver, Sand Creek Massacre (TR36), Along the banks of Sand Creek (TR37), Conflict between the Santa Fe and Rio Grande railroads 1897 (TR42), Request for Colorado statehood 1875 (TR43), Central City 100 years ago, Pursuit in a mine shaft (TR44), Original Carson men, 1835-1836...
Dates: 1952-1953

Joe "Awful" Coffee Lecture

Identifier: M1898
Scope and Contents

Collection contains an audio tape of a lecture by Joe "Awful" Coffee at a 1980 reception at the Denver Public Library where the photographs Coffee had donated were on display. He was introduced by Denver, Colo. radio, TV, and newspaper personality Gene Amole.

Dates: 1980

Katharine Smith-Warren Papers

Identifier: WH2164
Scope and Contents The collection spans 1933 - 2022 and contains a scrapbook documenting the exhibition: Time and Place, 100 Years of Women Artists in Colo. Artists represented include: Anne Ritter, Henrietta Bromwell, Anne Van Briggle, Laura Gilpin, Gladys Caldwell, Jenne and Ethel Magafan, Eve Drewelowe, Beverly Rosen, Eppie Archuleta, Betty Woodman, Virginia Folkestad. Audio tapes of interviews with artists: Eppie Archuleta, Beverly Rosen, Virginia Folkestad, Eve Drewelowe, Nora Fisher, Ursula Ronnebeck,...
Dates: 1970-2022

Mining in Colorado from Gold Rush Days to Oil Shale

Identifier: M1006
Scope and Contents

The discussion covers mining history in Colorado from the gold rush to the development of oil shale. Part of the "Do you remember" series presented by Denver Public Library.

Dates: August 8, 1974