Card photographs (photographs)
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Studio portraits of the family of Allie M. Smith. Includes images of men, women, and children.
Mostly unidentified portraits and group portraits of men, women and children. Probably family and friends of the Becker family and Josephine Leach. A few images are identified: Blanche A. Goff, Ray E. Rilling, and J.K. Becker
Studio portraits of unidentified members of the Bob Junk family. Images of men, women, and children. A view of the beach and Cliff House in San Francisco, California.
Studio portraits of the Booth and Working families. Some images are identified, many are unidentified. Views of men, women and children.
Studio portraits of the Clark and Wigginton families, possibly of Denver, Colorado.
View of mining in Clear Creek County, Colorado. Images of the American Sisters Mine and unidentified mines near Georgetown, the Two Sisters Mines in Silver Creek, and individual and group portraits of men, women, and children.
Snapshots of Colorado. Primarily views in El Paso County, Denver, Royal Gorge and unidentified images probably in Colorado. One informal portrait of an unidentified man.
Portraits and snapshots from the Florence Ellis (nee Davis) family of Denver, Colorado. Studio portraits include group and individual portraits of men, women, children and infants. Snapshots of Denver and rural Colorado, Massachusetts, Arizona and California.
Photographs of buildings in Denver, Colorado, including Union Depot (train station), Court House, Tabor Grand Opera House, Albany Hotel, Lothrop Hotel at 18th (Eighteenth) and Lawrence Streets, La Veta Block, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Tabor Building, Lawrence Street north from 15th (Fifteenth) Street, City Hall, Denver from the Court House, and the Windsor Hotel on Larimer Street.
Studio portraits of men, women and children from Gillett, Midland, and Cripple Creek, Colorado. Group portraits of families, a jury, and men on horseback and children on burros. Views of a cabin and a man in a carriage.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children. Images of some unidentified priests.
Portraits of Ina T. Aulls, her family, friends and colleagues. Images of her childhood home in Denver and the family cabin in Ferndale (Jefferson County), Colorado. Views of staff and various departments in the Denver Public Library. Miscellaneous views of Colorado.
Scenic views of El Paso County, Colorado.
Five portrait photographs. Identified people include Otto Weid, Victor Weid, Kate Huber Widner (Weidner). Group portrait of a married couple, identification reads: "Zady."
Images of unidentified houses, businesses, the Kyner business block, and people from possibly Omaha, rural Nebraska, or Colorado. Includes a gag postcard of watermelons grown in Colorado and a postcard of a train wreck. The two prints are probably advertising and show portraits of women.
Some photographic prints have handwritten identification. In addition to the 28 photographic prints the collection contains special formats: 1 newspaper clipping with portraits of the 1922 Salida High School graduating class, 1 folder from the 1922 Salida High School Junior-Senior reception, 1 Salida High School commencement invitation.
Portraits of Judge Peter L. Palmer of 1250 Ogden Street, Denver, Colorado. Includes images of his wife and children, his mother, and relatives. Most images are unidentified. One portrait of a young African American (Black) woman. Views of a militia group or rifle team.
One box of 50 glass negatives and 3 photographic prints on card mounts from 1980 to circa 1990. Some identification handwritten on negative envelopes.
Portraits and studio portraits of men, women and children. Images of J.O. Dostel, Mary G. Dostel, Mathew Hamlick, and Charles Egetman. View of a frame building. One death portrait.
Studio and group portraits of men, women and children. Includes some images of actors, a cycling club and a football team.
Studio portraits and snapshots of the Riethmann, Milheim, Northcutt and Newkirk families of Colorado. Images of the Milheim family home located at 1717 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado, and the Riethmann Mercantile Company located on Main Street in Fort Morgan, Colorado.
Views of Native American (Hopi, Acoma, Laguna, Isleta, Navajo) life and ceremonies. Images of Colorado scenery, Mesa Verde National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and identified and unidentified images from Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. The photographs by Amos C. Bennet are of Colorado.