Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Studio portraits of men, some in Civil War uniforms, women, children and infants. Four of the men in uniform are identified as William Dilles, John Stevenson (?), S.W. Marshall, and Edwin A. Evans.
Leather bound albums contain studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Studio portraits of the family of Allie M. Smith. Includes images of men, women, and children.
Portraits of the founding members of the Alpha Beta Sorority, Denver, Colorado.
Collection contains two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about Colorado pioneer days and settlers and about Mrs. Blake's Steinberger relatives. Loose items include financial records and mainly concern Steinberger family. Some photographs housed in repository's photographic collection.
Portraits, tintypes, and snapshots of the Bickel and Hallock families, many images from Colorado.
Studio portraits of the Booth and Working families. Some images are identified, many are unidentified. Views of men, women and children.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Studio portraits of the Clark and Wigginton families, possibly of Denver, Colorado.
Images of the Denver City Attorney's Office staff (one in front of the State Capitol and one in front of a downtown Denver building), and portrait of Daniel Muse, City Attorney. Lists of staff names accompany the photos.
Portraits and studio portraits of Denver mayors from 1859 through 1923.
Studio portraits of Carrie and Guy Ensworth, Lewisa Ensworth, and Frances Florence Ensworth. Many portraits of unidentified or tentatively identified men, women and children.
Studio portraits and group portraits of the Lemuel and Rebecca Shaw family of Leadville (Lake County), Colorado. Portraits of their children, Pearl, Cora and Flora, and their grandchildren. Two views of the Ice Palace in Leadville, Colorado. Negatives probably from the same family, these are unidentified snapshots of men, women, and children, a house, a picnic in a cornfield, City Park in Denver, Colorado, a graduation, a woman in a fur coat, many images of an unidentified little girl.
Group portraits of students from Swansea School in what is now the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood and the Argo School in the Globeville neighborhood , Denver, Colorado. The students from Swansea School pose in front of their school building with their teachers. The Argo school students pose for a studio portrait with their teachers.
Collection contains correspondence; notices; memos; bylaws; financial statements; minutes books; board of directors papers; enrollment lists; newspaper clippings; newsletters; photographs.
Five portrait photographs. Identified people include Otto Weid, Victor Weid, Kate Huber Widner (Weidner). Group portrait of a married couple, identification reads: "Zady."
Family snapshots and some studio portraits of Rudolph Wipprecht, Julie Kapp Wipprecht and their daughter Elsbeth Wipprecht. Views from family trips to Colorado in 1900 and 1907 and a trip to Yellowstone National Park in 1907.
The collection contains a biographical sketch of Moore (n.d.); newspaper clippings (n.d.); portrait of Moore (ca.1952); color and black and white reunion photographs (1984); photograph of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943) taken by Winston Pote.
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.
Studio portraits and snapshots of Fred Peterson, Leonard G. Pridy, Carl and Elsie Hedenskog, Emil Johnson and unidentified men, women and children for the most part in Colorado. Photographic postcards of the spruce saw mill built by the government at Vancouver Barracks and manned by soldiers in Vancouver, Washington. The panoramic photograph is of the Colorado & Southern Railroad Employees 15th (1924) annual picnic at Dome Rock, Colorado.
Unidentified family album includes studio portraits and images of men, women, children and infants in probably Colorado. Includes automobiles, fishing trips, a house at 1601 Cook Street, Denver, hand colored studio portraits, an airplane, "Miners at Sister's Mine, Silver Creek, Colorado, Dalgleish," "Welcome to New Mexico," "Lyons Court," and "Grand Canyon."
Unidentified studio portraits of men, women, and children. Two portraits have identification: a man, William E. Manley and a girl, Freddie Shillinglaw.
Studio portraits of identified and unidentified men, women, and children.
Portraits of Ralph Lee in costume and show business personalities in Denver, Colorado; most identified, many autographed for Ralph Lee.
Studio portraits and family snapshots of Lester E. and Lulu M. Robuck, and their family and friends. The collection documents family and farm life near Montrose, Colorado. Images of Harry and Mary Litchenfield and Bessie Rowley, the Robuck farm, camping trips, fishing, hunting, farm animals, trucks and wagons loaded with produce, a potato harvest, and haystacks and haying.
Framed and matted studio portraits and snapshots of the Tevebaugh and DeVoar families. Portraits of Price Jacob Tevebaugh, his wife Sadie McBride Tevebaugh, their children Zita Tevebaugh Winter, Irene Elizabeth Tevebaugh DeVoar, and Mabel Florence Tevebaugh Busch, and Lillian May Tevebaugh and grandchildren Charles Gilman DeVoar and Susan Ames DeVoar.
Studio portraits of unidentified men, women, and children. Portrait of Ella Walwork.