Found in 248 Collections and/or Records:
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.
A collection of fifty six photographic negatives relating to Buffalo Bill: a modern bison herd, the bison in history, primitive animals associated with the bison, General George A. Custer
The collection includes views of Buffalo Bill memorabilia, the Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum and grave site on Lookout Mountain, Colorado, the bison herd at the City and County of Denver's Daniels Park, Douglas County, Colorado, and images pertaining to the history and antecedents of the modern bison.
Candid and posed views of an unidentified family in Silverton, San Juan County Colorado. Images of friends, family members (men, women, children), houses, interiors, and the town of Silverton as well as snapshots of trips, picnics, and hikes to other rural Colorado towns, Denver, and Golden.
A trip through the Black Canyon: by J.E. Pelton, J.A. Curtis, M.F. Hovey, E.B. Anderson, and Will Torrence
Views of a boat trip, in Colorado, down the Gunnison River through the Black Canyon of the Gunnison made by J.E. Pelton, J.A. Curtis, M.F. Hovey, E.B. Anderson, and Will Torrence. Images of the river, camp sites, rapids, portages, wrecked boats. A few images of spectators on the canyon rim and of Montrose, Colorado.
Views of Yellowstone National Park, Washington State, Oregon, Canada and a steamship trip through the Inland Passage to Alaska.
Portrait photographs of men, women, and children.
Portraits of men, women, and children.
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.
Views of people and buildings at the United States Army's Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Shows the prison and its facilities, officers, and miscellaneous scenes.
Leather bound albums contain studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Views of Denver, Boulder and Pikes Peak, Colorado.
Studio portraits of the family of Allie M. Smith. Includes images of men, women, and children.
Family photograph album; includes scenes from La Junta, Rye, Rocky Ford, Pueblo, and Colorado Springs, Colorado; documents women in early 20th-century social activities and 1921 La Junta flood.
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.
Album contains views of the Apache Trail, Tonto National Monument, and Roosevelt Dam and lake.
Images of the 1921 flood in Pueblo, Colorado. Includes aerial views of the flood, and images of the damage to the track, equipment and facilities of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Views of viaducts, railroad bridges, locomotives, and the city.
Images of asbestos mining in Natrona County near Casper, Wyoming. Views of the mines, asbestos seams in the mines and asbestos fiber, as well as various asbestos products such as tile, shingles, and wall board.
Views of the site of a dam near Badito (Huerfano County), Colorado. Album includes a topographic map of the dam site.
Snapshots of Bill Kennedy and others in training at Fort Lewis, Washington, Jolan, California, and Camp Hale, Colorado. Images of the Kiska Campaign.
Studio portraits of the Booth and Working families. Some images are identified, many are unidentified. Views of men, women and children.
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.
The album contains views of the Byers Home, the boys, activities (including a camping trip), burros, a log cabin, and a standing portrait of Edwin O. Martin.
Album contains 49 albumen prints by Charles W.J. Johnson, Charles R. Savage, William Henry Jackson and one or more unknown photographers showing California, Utah, and Colorado.
Views of Brown family members, Denver landmarks and parks, Festival of Mountain and Plain parade floats, Colorado Regiment soldiers, a circus, people in costumes, a windmill, camping, and the Brown residence at 1111 Vine Street.
Views of eastern Canada show aerial views of lakes, islands, and rivers, the St. Lawrence Seaway, Hudson Bay, Pachacamac Island, and North Ballesta Island. Images include birds, a duck blind, people, and airplanes.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Includes diary, photograph album and individual photographic prints, newspaper clippings, biography, and correspondence.