Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 94 Collections and/or Records:
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Agnes Wright Spring's research notes, which describe select aspects of Wyoming history, comprise the bulk of the collection. Limited notes related to Colorado history are also included. Research correspondence and reference materials, including photographs, supplement Spring's notes. Transcriptions and copies of a limited number of Spring's published articles complete the collection. SERIES 1 ARTICLES 1924-1961 BOX 1 The series contains a...
Scope and Contents The collection contains assorted awards, biographical information, clippings, professional correspondence, and exhibition catalogs that document Bancroft's artistic career as well as his associations with the Denver Artists Guild and Denver Art Museum. A written history and photographs of Alpha Bancroft and the couple's Redcliff Cabin, located near Estabrook, Colorado are included. SERIES 1 PERSONAL PAPERS 1910-1974 BOX 1 The series contains...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the correspondence in this collection consists of correspondence received from Hebard, Hooker, Ellison and Le Clair from 1924 to 1945. It also contains an article written by Johnson (publication unknown). SERIES 1 CORRESPONDENCE 1924-1945 BOX 1 Correspondence relating to historical research comprises this series. Johnson received correspondence from University of Wyoming historian, Grace Raymond Hebard, relating to research for...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1831-1949 and chronicles the life and death of artist Alfred Edward Mathews through articles and correspondence he sent, both of which were transcribed by his older brother, Charles H. Mathews, and sent to Charles R. Dudley of the Denver Public Library. The papers also briefly document the Denver Public Library’s interest in the acquisition of Mathews’ artwork. Materials consist of a birth announcement, hand-drawn map, booklet, correspondence (original and...
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Collection contains correspondence, awards, newspaper clippings, biographical information, event programs and information related to the Bicentennial/Colorado Centennial Celebration.
Scope and Contents Business conducted by the Mile High Chapter is recorded in the collection of files and scrapbooks. The content represents both the administrative and the public side of the Denver based humanitarian institution. A series of Junior Red Cross scrapbooks represent international junior members from Greece, Peru, and Sweden during the 1960s. Newspaper clippings, files pertaining to volunteers, recognition awards, correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, and reports cover the national and local...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers include information about Palange’s personal and professional life. Manuscripts comprise the bulk of the collection, in addition to correspondence, muscial scripts, reel-to-reel recordings of the music, newspaper clippings, and event programs. Manuscripts with corresponding video and/or audio-tapes are noted. The tapes are located in Series 6 at the end of the collection. The tapes are arranged chronologically and categorized as either: early/personal, Queen City Players or ...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Arctic Survival Training Camp Papers of David Abbott span 1942 to 1997. The collection comprises two boxes, which contain a scrapbook, photographs, button, patches, and correspondence. As a former instructor at the Arctic Survival Training Camp, David Abbott collected materials both from various camps and from subsequent reunions. Reunion materials date from 1981 to 1997. Although Abbott's service was short, he was active in the survivor group before being honorably discharged. The...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers in this collection range from 1972 to 2004. Correspondence comprises the bulk of the Arthur C. Delaney collection, especially with other 10th Mountain veterans. Rosters, induction papers, and other official military documents are included. Reports of the efforts to establish a database of 10th Mountain veteran information at the Denver Public Library are included. Also, the collection contains programs and itineraries from reunions of the organizations that Delaney belongs...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1944 to 2002. It includes historical reference materials as well as administrative papers related to Muschler's role in the International Federation of Mountain Soldiers and the National Association of the 10th Mountain Division. Limited photographs and personal papers complete the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1944-2002 BOX 1-2 Brief histories, both from American and German perspectives, comprise the 10th Mountain...
Scope and Contents The collection primarily documents Ben Bezoff's career as a political figure and radio personality through his correspondence and memorabilia, with Bezoff's correspondence comprising the bulk of the collection. Also included are award certificates, newspaper clippings and photographs. The contents of four scrapbooks are preserved on microfilm. The scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, correspondence and memorabilia from Bezoff's early career as an actor and in radio broadcasting. One radio...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Materials found in the Benjamin Draper Collection cover the years 1859-1977. The collection includes all the research notes, informational sources and the rough drafts that Benjamin Draper used in his dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Denver in Colorado. Information in the collection does, however, extend beyond the actual content of the dissertation, Colorado Theatres 1859-1969. Collection...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Series arranged alphabetically comprise the papers of this collection. Correspondence constitutes the bulk of the collection, reflecting the number of people that Beshoar knew. The correspondence details his business activities, his medical practice, his friendships and other aspects of his life from 1864-1907. Later papers, dating to 1927 document his wife, Anna ("Annie") Beshoar's real estate transactions after his death. Notes, correspondence and newspaper clippings from the...
Scope and Contents The collection spans 1952-2002 and documents Rosen's career as an artist. Photographs of Rosen's paintings comprise the bulk of the collection. SERIES 1 PAPERS 1964-2002 BOX 1 Brochures, written reviews, newspaper clippings and articles document Rosen's art exhibits. Additional papers provide insurance and planning details. Numerous pages from Rosen's sketchbooks and a typed manuscript detailing her career complete the series....
Scope and Contents The Bishop Franklin Spencer Spalding Papers consists of correspondence, a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, and one scrapbook of correspondence received. Material spans the years 1899-1939. Three photograph albums containing photographs of several family members, vacations in Colorado and Massachusetts, mountains and mountain scenery in Colorado and Wyoming, ascent of the Grand Teton, Wyoming. Photographs and postcards span the years 1892-1916. ...
Scope and Contents The Bishop John F. Spalding (1828-1894) and Lavinia Spalding (1840-1929) Papers span the years 1878-1935. Material includes correspondence, manuscripts and scrapbooks. John Spalding was the first Bishop of Colorado and 104th in succession in the American episcopate. He and his wife founded St. Luke's Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Their daughter, Sarah Spalding, wrote a history of Saint Luke's Hospital which is included in the collection. SERIES...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The majority of the papers in this collection range from 1915 to 1960 (with a few 1982 and 1994 papers relating to alterations of one Hoyt-designed home). The bulk of the collection consists of architectural plans for private residences and institutions. Included are plans for some of Hoyt's important works. For example, the plans for Red Rocks, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, are included. From the drawings, it is apparent that Hoyt took into account the physical and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT This collection comprises the papers, clippings and other documents assembled by Byron Johnson as a state representative and as a member of the U.S. Congress. Items related to a short-lived attempt at a liberal coalition in the mid-1960s called the National Conference for New Politics are also found here. Johnson was a leading expert on public transportation, and those interests are much in evidence in his collection. Many of the materials were accumulated while he was serving as...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Campbell and Patterson Family Papers consist of family and political correspondence, newspaper articles (clippings), pamphlets, biographies, reports, minutes, b/w photographs, and a scrapbook spanning the years 1852-1944. Political correspondence and newspaper articles contain career highlights of A.W. Campbell Jr. and Thomas M. Patterson. In addition, the collection includes Margaret Campbell’s involvement in The National American Women’s Suffrage Association and The National League for...
Scope and Contents Carl M. Williams was one of the earliest cable television entrepreneurs. He began with a small system in Wyoming, which soon expanded to Denver, Colorado, and later to California and Florida. This collection reflects virtually none of his business activities. Rather, it details his political activities, first as a successful candidate for the Colorado State Senate, and then as a behind-the-scenes worker on various campaigns, but mostly as a donor to candidates for all levels of government....
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Caroline Bancroft Family Papers comprise correspondence, business and personal papers, memorabilia, photographs and family history from five generations of the Bancroft and Jarvis families. Caroline Bancroft was clearly the keeper of these family papers, and she sometimes annotated the records for the benefit of future researchers. While the collection primarily documents the lives of many members of the Jarvis and Bancroft families, it also contains historical research and...
Articles, photographs, correspondence, and ephemera
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection spans 1941-2000. The materials primarily document Bradley's World War II service with the North Pacific Combat School. Included in the collection are drafts of Bradley's memoirs, which were published in book form as Aleutian Echoes. The collection also contains military records, instructional material from the North Pacific Combat School and limited correspondence with other World War II veterans. Bradley's pencil sketches, pen and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the papers in this collection stem from the activities of General Irving Hale. Hale served as the second president of the Colorado Society, beginning his term in 1899. Many of the items reflect patriotic themes, especially legislation and reverence to the flag. Much of the material documents events and donations after the end of Hale's three-year term as president. His correspondence with individuals and organizations is found throughout, including his 1897 application to join...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Colorado White Water Association papers document the organization’s activities in the development and promotion of canoeing and kayaking in Colorado. The collection is centered on Clyde Jones, one of the original organizers of both the Colorado White Water Association and American White Water Affiliation. Jones served as president and conservation chairperson for the Colorado White Water Association. In addition, he was the executive secretary of the American White Water Affiliation....
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The David F. Barry Papers contains correspondence between Barry and photograph dealers and other customers seeking details and prices for Barry's portraits. In his correspondence, Barry often reveals details of his experiences as a pioneer photographer and his subjects. While letters Barry wrote to dealers are originals, those he wrote to Elizabeth Bacon Custer (General Custer’s widow), Colonel William A. Graham, and others, are copies. The correspondence gives...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The bulk of the collection contains administrative records, awards, audio-visual materials, clippings, correspondence, costume designs, fund raising materials, photographs, programs, publicity materials, and a scrapbook generated during David Taylor's tenure as Artistic Director of the David Taylor Dance Theatre. Similar materials detail the operation of the company's ballet school (1977-2006). Additional programs and posters documenting...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Deborah Bankart Eddy collection consists primarily of correspondence to and from her family and friends during the time she served overseas with the Red Cross; Red Cross memorabilia; memorabilia from the National Ski Association and John Jay film productions; German, American , and Red Cross uniform patches and pins; miscellaneous pamphlets and newspaper clippings; photographs and a scrapbook.The Roger Eddy collection (formerly M1868 Roger Eddy papers) that was merged with...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE World War II correspondence between Nunan and his mother, Mrs. Richard D. Rickard comprises the bulk of the collection. Additional correspondence includes wartime letters from Nunan to his sister-in-law, Mrs. M.G. Nunan, and post-war correspondence received by Denis Nunan. Other material includes copies of pencil sketches Nunan made while stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado and on Kiska Island. Three photograph albums contain snapshots documenting Nunan's training at numerous Army posts and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Ranging from 1914 to 2008, the collection includes papers and photographs related to Dolores Kopel's personal life and her professional career. SERIES 1 PROFESSIONAL CAREER 1954-2008 BOX 1 Correspondence, newspaper clippings, legal papers, articles and programs comprise this series. The documents trace Dolores Kopel's career from her beginning private practice through becoming a United States Trustee to returning to private practice. Also...