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Posters.

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:

10th Mountain Division Reunion Records

 Collection
Identifier: TMD325
Scope and Contents

Collection contains large, mounted, copy photographs used during the October 11-14, 2013 reunion held in Washington, D.C.: group photographs of the 85th, 86th, 87th Infantry Regiments (1944); individual photographs of soldiers (1943-1945). All photos are identified with most portraits including biographical information on the verso.

Dates: 2013

101 Ranch real wild west and great far east shows

 Collection
Identifier: C MSS -M1032
Scope and Contents

1926 tour schedule for the Miller Brothers' wild west show.

Dates: Check date

Annunciation Catholic Church Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2508
Scope and Contents

The collection contains one color road poster from 1970 advertising a "Superbingo" event at Annunciation Catholic Church.

Dates: 1970

Carlota Espinoza Papers

 Collection
Identifier: WH2225
Scope and Contents

Collection contains posters designed by Espinoza (n.d., 2011), articles (2011), color photograph of a mural (n.d.)

Dates: 2011

CHANGING SCENE THEATRE RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1483
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Changing Scene Collection spans ca.1930-2006. Materials in the collection include: records of the Changing Scene’s business operation, production programs from 1968 to 1999, professional and personal photographs and production posters. Information about the Munt-Brooks Dance Studios in New York and Denver, personal documents and memorabilia, information concerning the professional histories of Al Brooks and Maxine Munt and musical manuscripts of pieces composed by Al Brooks Pew...
Dates: TBD

CIRCUS RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH66
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection contains programs, posters and memorabilia from early American circuses. SERIES 1 CIRCUS RECORDS 1890-1978 BOX 1 This series consists of posters, flyers and programs. The programs provide details of performances, performers and the history of the individual circus. A few circus tickets and schedules comprise a portion of the series and a contract is included with postcards of Corda Colby, who played the role of "fat girl."...
Dates: 1890-1978

Colorado Committee for Women's History Inc. Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2315
Scope and Contents

Collection contains 3 posters promoting women's history week (1980, 1981, 1984), a planning newsletter and meeting minutes (1986, 1998.)

Dates: 1980-1984, 1998

Colorado Game and Fish Commission Records

 Collection
Identifier: CONS16
Scope and Contents

Collection contains Indexes to meeting minutes (1954-1957, 1968-1972); posters (1903, 1909); newsletters (1966-1975); visitor's guides; information brochures, map.

Dates: 1893-1975

DAVID TAYLOR DANCE THEATRE RECORDS

 Collection
Identifier: WH2075
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the collection contains administrative records, awards, audio-visual materials, clippings, correspondence, costume designs, fund raising materials, photographs, programs, publicity materials, and a scrapbook generated during David Taylor's tenure as Artistic Director of the David Taylor Dance Theatre. Similar materials detail the operation of the company's ballet school (1977-2006). Additional programs and posters documenting...
Dates: 1977-2012

First World Mountain Bike Championships Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH59
Scope and Contents

Collection contains program, poster, newspaper supplement from the event.

Dates: September 14-15, 1990

Judy Miranda Papers

 Collection
Identifier: WH2421
Scope and Contents

Contains posters relating to AIDS awareness that Miranda used in teaching about safe sex in Denver Public Schools.

Dates: 1988-1989

Mayor's Committee of 19 for '76 Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH901
Scope and Contents

The collection remains in the order that was used by the committee. Collection contains correspondence, memos, plans, and publicity concerning Centennial/Bicentennial projects and events. Includes internal office operations, financial and tax records; broadsides, posters, and other advertising; the committee's master calendar.

Dates: 1973-1977

Neal E. Walker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: ARL188
Scope and Contents

Collection contains ephemera: fraternity buttons, t-shirt, calendar, plaque, program, and event fliers and poster.

Dates: 2004-2011

Orie A. Thompson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: WH2399
Scope and Contents

Collection contains a poster of the gay bar: The 1942; the bar was once located at 1942 Broadway, Denver, Colo.; also included is a copy of a photograph of the exterior of the building; City and County of Denver World's Aid Day proclomation (1997).

Dates: 1979-1997

Rocky Mountaineers Motorcycle Club of Colorado, Inc. Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2331
Scope and Contents

Collection contains posters advertising the rides and various activities the club sponsored. Jason, named for the Argonaut from Greek legend, is a dominant character depicted on the posters.

Dates: 1980-1984

The Studio Galleries Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2233
Scope and Contents

Collection contains photos, clippings, program documenting exhibitions held at the gallery; included are 8 posters advertising art exhibitions with original artist signatures: Juan Carlos Blanca, Robert Harvey, Karen Kaiser, Bruce Cody, Greta Hilb & Mary Thelen, Doan, Jann T. Bass, Jeannie Pear & Phil Larsen.

Dates: circa 1983-1984

TOM HALLEWELL PAPERS

 Collection
Identifier: WH1291
Scope and Contents The collection spans 1978–1998 and details Tom Hallewell’s professional life in Denver, where he was a zine author (Rocky Mountain Fuse, My Degeneration), music promoter, musician (Slaughter House 5, the Butcherz, Technicolor Fascista, and Iron Age Orchestra), and the North American network leader for Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY). The collection documents Denver’s punk, industrial, and goth...
Dates: 1977-1998

Women's March on Denver Records

 Collection
Identifier: WH2371
Content Description

Collection contains materials collected after the Women's March on Denver January 21, 2017, January 20, 2018 and January 19, 2019. Items include protest posters, digital images, and ephemera such as "pussy" hats, stickers, prohibition sash, artwork, and a button. In 2019, marchers were encouraged to share their story at the event. 56 handwritten stories were collected.

Dates: 2017-2019