Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
The collections contains the following materials: original artwork, newspaper clippings, writings, correspondence, letters, awards, teaching materials, International Arts Movement (IAM) papers.
Collection contains numerous publications, photographs, awards material
Contains awards and certificates presented to, or by, the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce.
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.
The collection includes an assortment of materials including letters, photographs, yearbooks, lecture tapes, plaques, awards and newspaper clippings documenting the professional life of Chief Judge Donald F. Cordova.
Collection contains photographs, awards, certificates, ephemera, and a family bible.
The collection consists of plaques and award certificates from Eva Ray Allen's participation with clubs and organizations in Colorado and Texas between 1964 to 2002.
Collection consists of a manuscript (1998) by Evelyn T. Cohen telling of her tenure as Co-Chairman of the Colorado Association for Mental Health from 1957-1961; newspaper clippings, copies of the legislation passed due to the efforts of the association; State Mental Health Bell Award issued to Evelyn T. Cohen.
Collection contains awards and plaques received by Brown (1964-1975).
Awards and plaques; pilot's license, manuals, guides, logbooks; family photographs; baby book of Robert Wallace (son); scrapbooks of correspondence, clippings, newsletters, photographs concern Denver (Colo.) Technological Center, Arapahoe County (Colo.) Airport; Denver Water Bonds; Aviation Hall of Fame and trips to South America, Europe.
Collection includes awards, photographs, publications pertaining to Irving Andrews work as an attorney, involvement with Civil Rights in the community in Denver, Colorado.
Collection contains schedules, date books, research materials, memos, agendas, awards, photographs related to Hickenlooper's terms in office as Mayor of Denver, Colo.
Collection contains Eastlick family correspondence, photographs and obituaries; personal records include correspondence, retirement records, life insurance policies, investments, income taxes, real estate documents, publications, awards and plaques.
Collection contains awards, notes, clippings, conference materials, manuscripts documenting Bordas' public service and literary career.
10.25 linear feet, 2 OVBoxes, and 1 OVFF of certifications, awards, plaques, and photographs from 1971 to 2018.
Collection contains constitution, bylaws, financial reports, receipt books, membership lists, national chapter membership information, correspondence, brochures, biennial convention programs and agendas, golden anniversary history, individual chapters files, awards, bulletins, pledge exam, scrapbook contains newspaper clippings and programs from Denver convention (1965).
The collection contains correspondence, resume, clippings, business card, applications, photographs, pilot certification, aviation materials, awards, family genealogies (Manzanares, Juarros, Sullivan), K-12 public school awards, letters and ribbons; law school documents, cards, memorial items, personal documents, CD-ROMs, ephemera, files related to the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association.
The collection contains papers from Guzman's pastoral and political career, including correspondence, biographical information, resume, speech notes, sermons, photographs, awards, commendations, newspaper clippings, ephemera (1949-2015).
Collection contains speech transcripts, organizational papers and materials, correspondence, photographs, awards, personal papers, clippings, and ephemera (1959-2013) documenting Gujardo's personal and professional lives.
Collection contains items related to Drummond receiving the Silver Medal of Paris (1962) for her painting: The Boats at Dock; including certificate, medal, information about the award.
Collection contains awards and photographs.
Collection contains awards, articles, photographs, clippings.
The collection contains an assortment of materials documenting Mares' life as a student at the University of Denver (1945-1946); items related to the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe (1948, 1960, n.d.); documentation on Mares' involvement with different Hispanic American organizations and the awards she received; newspaper clippings; and photographs.
Collection contains company plaque (n.d.), photographs of the Quick-Way Shovel, and company employees: Art Riley, Tom Allen, Vern Hoagland, Hugh Campbell, Wally Cornell, Bob Herbst, Dunk Lowe, and Luke Smith (ca. 1930s).
Collection contains photographs, awards, caricatures of Rottman that document his activities as a meteorologist and civic volunteer (1960-1993); VHS video tapes of Senior Showcase, weather-promo, promos, and the Person of the Week feature (1982-1992).
Materials include awards that Cosgrove received for his work serving seniors for the Denver Housing Authority, Cosgrove family genealogical information and correspondence.