Found in 248 Collections and/or Records:
Views of mines, miners and mining camps in Teller County, Colorado.
Views of hydraulic mining in (probably) the Bohannon Creek Placer District (Bohannon Bar) Eldorado District, (Geertson District) Lemhi County, Idaho. Includes images of miners, men, sluices, penstocks, hydraulic monitor nozzles, mine buildings, unidentified towns and streams. Identification includes "Bohannon Creek." Image of a man with a primitive smelter or liquor still has been digitized and is linked above.
Album contains views of hydraulic mining dredges in Clear Creek County, Colorado; also includes views of Empire, Colorado, interior views of milling equipment, power plants, exterior views of buildings, various men and women, wide views of mine operations, tailings piles, roads and mountain peaks. Captions include: "Empire, Colorado," "Dumont, Colorado," "Red Elephant Mine, Lawson, Colorado," "United Hydro Electric Co. Generating Station, Georgetown, Colorado," "Idaho Springs, Colorado,"
Volume A has views of construction at the East Portal of the Moffat Tunnel, shows housing, buildings, employee facilities, and railroad tunnel construction. Volume B has views of construction at the West Portal, shows buildings, housing, employee facilities, and railroad tunnel construction.
Albums include views of construction of the Moffat railroad and water tunnels; also includes the Edgar C. MacMechen personal album and the Fraser Diversion Project album.
Views of Mountain Air Ranch, a family nudist camp in the foothills west of Denver, Colorado; shows images of daily camp life, camping, sports, and families. Includes a map of the area.
Views of Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons (now Grand Teton National Park) in Wyoming. Images of the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, geysers, the Yellowstone River, and lakes. Some views of ships, a port, a stagecoach, and coastline.
A family album of studio portraits, most show early Colorado residents from the towns of Irwin, Elko, Boulder, Gunnison, Gothic, Crested Butte, Aspen, and Denver.
Views of the N. Gregg family of Denver, Colorado; views of Mississippi, Louisiana, Colorado, Utah, and Michigan; snapshots of family members, servants, pets, and vacations.
Album from Singer's Petrified Forest and Broncho Dude Ranch with images of what is now Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument located in Teller County, Colorado. Views of sections of fossilized trees and the "New Petrified Forest pavilion."
The collection includes family correspondence (1941-1945); scrapbooks (n.d.); photograph albums of the Seneca Rocks training area (1943-1944), dedication of 10th Mountain Division Monument in Fort Drum, New York (October 4, 1991), army pictures; research materials and manuscripts for "History of the Studebaker Weasel" (n.d.) ; video tapes; audio cassette; memorabilia (1946-1993); newspaper clippings; notes; booklets regarding support of a perpetual world calendar (1994-1998).
Collection contains a photographs album with 53 b/w photographs of Signal Corps personnel at Camp Hale during construction. Personnel is depicted conducting telephone and telegraph operations. Additional materials include German POW theater programs, clippings. A separate binder contains an additional 113 b/w photographs.
The collection contains loose photographic prints, 39 volumes of sample albums and black and white negatives. Most of the photographic prints are identified. Aerial and scenic views of Denver and Colorado; miscellaneous views of Arizona, Texas and Wyoming; photo plaques of scenery in Colorado. Some photographic prints are damaged, soiled and / or yellowed. Note on album covers: Aerial, Scenics, Illustrative, Commercial. Library does not hold albums 36-39.
Elevations and views of the William Church House, home of Colorado cattleman William Church, in Denver, Colorado. Interior features include carved wood stairways, fireplaces, coffered ceilings, leaded glass windows, chandeliers, Oriental or Persian rugs, and ornate hammered tin walls.
Views of Pasadena, California, and the Fiesta de las Flores (Tournament of Roses) parade, the Mount Lowe Railroad, and miscellaneous images of California, including Hollywood homes, missions, and the Pacific Ocean.
Collection contains loose photo album pages, reunion activities, Vail, Camp Hale (1983); Tennessee Pass (1982); Photograph album 1 - New England Chapter activities (1981), Italy Reunion tour (1982); Photograph album 2 - Italy reunion tour (1987), includes Paul and Florence Schmalzl's 50th wedding anniversary cards and photographs. Albums also include memorabilia and newspaper clippings.
Photographs dating from 1916 to 1970. Includes a scrapbook of World War II photographs. Some photos have identifying information.
Collection contains four photo albums (1942, 1945, 1971, n.d.) documenting Livingston's wartime service and 10th Mountain reunions attendance; 43 loose photographs (1980-1995) of reunions and Mt. Rainier plaque and memorial service at Alta Vista, Paradise Park (1980).
Unidentified family album includes studio portraits and images of men, women, children and infants in probably Colorado. Includes automobiles, fishing trips, a house at 1601 Cook Street, Denver, hand colored studio portraits, an airplane, "Miners at Sister's Mine, Silver Creek, Colorado, Dalgleish," "Welcome to New Mexico," "Lyons Court," and "Grand Canyon."
Views of Golden, Colorado and the surrounding area.
Unidentified studio portraits of men, women, and children. Two portraits have identification: a man, William E. Manley and a girl, Freddie Shillinglaw.
Snapshots of unidentified families, houses, and vacations. Images of the Four Corners Region, and parts of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona; views of Ancestral Puebloan sites at Canyon de Chelly, Mesa Verde, and Aztec Ruins.
Images of mostly children; some adults, statues, and paintings.
Images appear to be from two or three small ranches or farms in Colorado, one probably located near Trinidad in Las Animas County, and the others probably on the Front Range. Primarily views of men, women, children, and scenery; a few images of the Grand Canyon and California.
Early views of Lawton, Oklahoma. Images show the growth of the town from tents to buildings in 1901, Comanche and Apache Indians, scenery, and the arrival and departure of the first train.
Views of the construction of the Interstate Canal in Nebraska and Wyoming.