Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Portraits, tintypes, and snapshots of the Bickel and Hallock families, many images from Colorado.
Snapshots of Edward L. Brown, his wife, and his daughter, Elva Brown. Images of family, friends and family life in Denver and Colorado and views of their travels and vacations in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, California, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
Snapshots of Clarabelle J. Brown and her husband Norris Brown on visits to cemeteries and ghost towns in Colorado. Images of Silver Cliff, Westcliffe, Rosita (Custer County)and Central City, Georgetown (Clear Creek County) and Leadville (Lake County), Colorado.
Snapshots of skiers at Aspen (Pitkin County), Arapahoe Basin in Summit County, and Hidden Valley in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
Colorado family album, with images of Georgetown, Denver, Civic Center, train wrecks, Royal Gorge, World War One tanks, and picnics.
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.
Family snapshots of Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Images of ranch life, shows horseback riding, cattle, wildlife, men, women, and children. Some views of Denver, Colorado and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Collection contains correspondence, waranties, ephemera, photographs, oversize pencil sketches and sketch books
The collection contains two diaries written by Spies during military training at Camp Hale, Colo. (1944) and while on tour of duty in Italy (Jan.-Aug., 1945); 37 b/w photographs of soldiers and military maneuvers at Camp Hale, Colo., furloughs to Leadville, Idaho Springs, Colorado Springs, and Denver, Colo. (1943-1944).
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.
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.
Snapshots of Harry E. and Ressie Shotton's family vacations in Colorado, California, New Mexico, Wyoming and South Dakota. A few images in Arizona, and Oregon.
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.
Snapshots of the Sharrock family of Colorado and Illinois, includes images of friends and relatives. Views of Tower Hill, Illinois and Colorado, including Denver and Aurora.
Snapshots of an unidentified Colorado family. Images of hiking, snow shoeing, skiing, family outings and vacations. Includes men in Army and Navy uniforms and people at the beach.
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.
Portraits, group portraits and snapshots of the Zouave Club, a girls athletic (gymnastic) and social club, at Manual Training High School in Denver, Colorado. Images of members of the club and club activities.