Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains programs from Mrs. Weber's music performances in Boulder and Denver (1891-1931): family genealogical information; material about her parents Mary Jane (McAlister) and George Lytle, including marriage certificate (1872) and her father's discovery of the Black Diamond Mine in Boulder County.
Includes invitations, announcements, programs, dance cards, and other printed ephemera from 19th-20th century Colorado. Includes fraternal, civic, military, political, benevolent, and social organizations and clubs. Towns include Denver, Georgetown, Gunnison, Como, Eldorado Springs, Central City, and La Veta.
Collection contains material related to Emanuel Martinez's artwork including newspaper clippings, articles, programs, calendars, promotional material, exhibit information and a laminated copy of a mural in Morrison, Colorado with historical notations.
Collection contains Miles' high school salutatory address, graduation and reunion programs, teaching certificates, clippings, photographs, other memorabilia.
Collection contains a program and menu from breakfast given by the Congressional Club, February 4, 1927; includes photograph and signature.
Collection contains Peacemaker Award invitation and program; series of newspaper articles by Freedman titled: Hard Hopes; editorials about Freedman's work; certificate of Congressional recognition.
Selection of programs, menus and agendas generated by the Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist Episcopal Churches of Leadville, Colo. (1884-1899). Included is information on events held by the Lake County Sunday School Association (Baptist), Woman's Home Missionary Society and Woman's Foreign Missionary Society (Presbyterian), and the Young Men's Christian Association of Colo. convention held in Leadville (Dec. 1892).
Leadville (Colo.) High School commencement ceremonies programs, invitations; Leadville (Colo.) Grammar School graduating exercises programs.
Program from the 1908-1909 graduation ceremony at Manual High School, Denver Colo. Photograph of the 1908 Colorado State Championship Manual High School Baseball Team with notations of the games played during the season. Team members include: Walters, W. Bailey, Peabody, Patterson, Swallow, Zeilman (coach), Lutz, Nagel, Wickoff, R. Bailey, Swann (manager), Bronstein, Royce (captain).
The collection contains correspondence between Ned Jacob and art collector Dr. C. William Reiquam; photographs; and Jacob art exhibit programs (1989-2005).
Collection contains official archives of the club. Constitution and bylaws, lists of members and officers, announcements and programs, newsletters, clippings, correspondence. Additions expected. Also includes correspondence of Harold E. Benson (founding member and first president) with various club members.
Collection contains clippings, brochures, programs, photographs, membership certificates, scrapbooks and tickets documenting various circuses: Sells-Floto, Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey, Sterling & Reid Bros., Royal American, Shrine, Gollmar Bros.; and the Circus Parade, Circus Train, and Circus World Museum.
Collection contains program and newspapers clippings from the society's third annual conference held in Denver, Colo., October 14-20, 1913; additional program for Charles Wakefield Cadman and Princess Tsianina Redfeather: An American Indian Music-Talk held at the Central Christian Church, Denver on November 17, 1914; clippings related to the Society of American Indians and other similar organizations (1915, 1920-1921).
Collection contains an awards program and copy of speech given by McLaughlin.
Collection contains: certificate of incorporation, membership directory, subscription list, receipts, tournament program and floor ribbon.