Ephemera (general object genre)
Found in 154 Collections and/or Records:
Ephemera from the 10th Mountain Division including such items as: a car tag from Camp Hale, Christmas cards, German map carrying case, Japanese flag, medals, patches, propaganda leaflets (German and Japanese), Visitors pass from Camp Hale, Italian souvenirs and religious material (U.S. and German).
Collection contains: Forever Italy trip itinerary and attendee list (2015), Florence American Cemetery and Memorial pamphlet, program and map (2015), Hotel pamphlets (2015), City guides and area maps (2015), Museum exhibition pamphlets and posters (2014-2015).
Collection contains reunion related registration materials: forms, receipt books, account summary, correspondence, invoices, expense vouchers, rosters, and ephemera related to the 2004 Reunion of the 10th Mountain Division held in Austin, Tex. in the summer of 2004.
Collection contains a photograph album compiled by Gerry Furth-Sides, descendant of Sergeant Lee G. Furth, 616th Filed Artillery (Pack) medic, during the 2003 Return to Italy 10th Mountain Division Reunion. The album contains approximately 94 color photographs documenting activities, participants, and locations during the reunion with accompanying text for clarification and identification. Ephemera includes participant name tag, post cards, clippings, label.
Collection contains company related records, correspondence, minutes, clippings, contracts, printing jobs, photographs; materials from philanthropic/educational organizations supported by the Hirschfeld family: correspondence, reports, financial information, plaques, certificates, programs; family related ephemera: photographs, guest books, academic records, correspondence.
Collection contains performance programs; history; correspondence; trophies, banners and ribbons; photographs.
The collection includes three account ledgers for Schinner's businesses and ranch expenses (dated 1862, 1866-1884, 1866-1911); a brief Schinner/Schueler/Walter family history; an assortment of paper ephemera relating to Augusta Schinner-Walter and Augustine Walter, the daughter and granddaughter of Adolf Schinner; an obituary for Rudolph Schueler, son of Jacob Schueler; photographs of the Schinner family and friends, many of which are identified (spanning the 1880s-1959).
Collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, sketches, photographs, program regarding granite drinking fountain memorial and plaque in honor of Emily Griffith donated by Adamo; autobiography, A Review of my Brief History of 60 Candles; brochures from Emily Griffith Opportunity School (Denver, Colo.).
Collection contains family photographs, journals, calendars, pamphlets, correspondence, school records, clippings, programs, ephemera on the Allison family.
The collection consists of manuscript items, ephemera, scrapbooks, published works, correspondence, organization items, and photographs. The items were created by members of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the organization itself. They cover Alpha Kappa Alpha as a national organization, the Epsilon Nu Omega Chapter, and the creation of the Mu Omega Omega Chapter. There are also more specific boxes relating to members who were involved in the organization.
The collection contains a copy of an article generated by Hastings: "Topophilic and Topographic Perceptions of the American Mountain Soldier in WWII" (1967); clippings (1967); correspondence (1972-1973); and ephemera (n.d.).
Collection contains two scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, programs, membership books, certificates, greeting cards, photographs, badges and ribbons from: Mile Hi Cootiette Club No. 231, National Order of Alley Cats (Auxiliary of the National Order of Trench Rats, Rattrap No. 51) and Military Order of the Cootie, Silver Dollar Pup Tent No. 1.
Collection contains materials: ceremonial vest, clippings, programs, White Rose Scholarship Foundation, scrapbook, photographs, and ephemera related to Brenman-West's involvement with the Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire (ICRME); additionally a memorial to and photographs of Les A. Dirks (1956-1994).
The collection contains family related correspondence (1943-1945, 1946) and ephemera (n.d.).
Collection contains class histories (1947-1957), booklet, constitution, brochures, banquet invitation (1948), class photos with identification (1947-1948), and candid photos of the Argos Class Church School.
Collection contains copies of patents created by Wilfley and sons, Elmer R. and George M., magazine articles, copy of letter dated 1902 from customer and original brochures from company; photograph of Wilfley Concentrator Factory (1904).
Collection contains exhibitions price lists (1921, 1924), notifications and invitations (1907-1917), bios for member artists (1916), clippings (1899-1901, 1905), brochures (1897, 1914, 1917), correspondence and notes (1905, 1907), record book (1905) of the arts and crafts dept. giving its purpose, sections, and members, sections listed: bookbinding, clay, decorative design, leather, metal, textiles, wood, glass.
Collection contains administrative files; ledger; budgets; correspondence; publications; historian's yearbooks; photographs. Some material pertains to Denver Public Schools desegregation plan.
Collection contains family papers, photographs, correspondence, documents, school records. Some of the materials and photographs are identified for the following individuals: Schuyler Swearingen, Hazel Swearingen, Theodore Ashcroft, Edward Ashcroft, Ronald Ashcroft, Walter Ashcroft, Eva Ashcroft, William Pray, Peter Ashcroft. A group of photographs: studio portraits, mining scenes related to Georgetown taken by Colo. photographer George Dalgleish are included.
Collection consists mainly of ephemera and photographs regarding the 2008 election, though there are newer and older items as well.
The collection contains several folders of miscellaneous exhibition cards, flyers, and announcements. Most are illustrated by Benny Andrews.
This video is a recording of the dedication of Camp Hale, Colorado as a national historical site as well as a booklet and memorial carving from October 12, 2022 when the site was declared a national monument.
Collection contains family photographs and postcards sent to and from Helen, Phyllis, and Roland Campion (1906-1959), some from locations in western United States, Mexico, Egypt. Additional materials: Wells Music song book, travel ephemera, wedding place cards, news clippings, letter. 2 CD-ROM's containing scans of materials from the collection is included.
Collection contains materials from the cathedral's restoration fund drive (1992-1993, n.d.) and some ephemera related to Pope John Paul II's visit to Denver, Colo., August 13-14, 1993.
The collection contains correspondence (1944); ephemera and memorabilia (ca.1945); military records (1944-1945).
Collection contains school programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, schedules of classes, ephemera, school songs (1925-1960) and commemorative plaques (2000).
Collection contains 2 bound volumes and loose examples of printer samples: invitations, calling cards, forms, receipts, menus, programs, diplomas, legal forms, letterheads, envelopes, tickets, checks, tokens, announcements, report cards, lists, stock certificates, and advertisements. Although the bulk of the materials are from Collier and& Hall, some of the samples are from other sources.
Collection contains maps, photographs, postcards, booklets and newspaper clippings from military bases and military related locations in Colorado.