Found in 248 Collections and/or Records:
Views of the construction of an irrigation canal by the Colorado Co-operative Company in Montrose County, Colorado. Images of the canal, sawmill, laborers, residents and school children in Pinon, and views of Tabeguache Park.
Views of primarily New Mexico including Albuquerque, Las Vegas Hot Springs, and Santa Fe.
Studio portraits of identified and unidentified men, women, and children.
Photographs of exhibits, fossil skeletons, and dioramas at the Colorado Museum of Natural History prepared by, or with the assistance of, W. P. A. employees. Includes sample leaves used in dioramas, a report of production by W. P. A. employees, newspaper clippings describing the exhibits, and a sign for an exhibit.
The photograph album is an 1875 illustrated visitor's guide containing an assortment of photographs of businesses, including some address locations, for the cities of Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Canon City, Pueblo, Manitou Springs, Central City and Georgetown, Colorado. Additional images document scenery, events, residences and people. The album is one volume containing 217 albumen photographic prints.
Portraits and studio portraits of men, women and children. Images of J.O. Dostel, Mary G. Dostel, Mathew Hamlick, and Charles Egetman. View of a frame building. One death portrait.
This album documents the lives of German prisoners of war interned at Camp Carson, Colorado. The album was compiled by a German POW, Karl Zimmer. It documents theatrical productions, orchestras and choirs. Images of Karl Zimmer family members in Germany.
Views of the Orchard Mesa irrigation project under construction, Mesa County, Colorado. Images of pump house, canal, and flume construction, and laborers.
Views of Purcell family's travels to the Northwest, Midwest, and Colorado in early 1900s; includes images of Northwest coast, mountains, hunting trips (bear, duck, rabbit), Midwest scenes including paddlewheel riverboats, a Civil War Veterans' Parade, and scenes from Colorado including the Big Thompson Canyon, Loveland Sugar Beet factory, and Moffat Road.
Portraits of Ralph Lee in costume and show business personalities in Denver, Colorado; most identified, many autographed for Ralph Lee.
Collection contains scrapbooks and films of travels in Europe and the United States; some personal correspondence, Christmas cards from Republican Party officials, invitation to President Ronald Reagan's inauguration, photographs, photo albums. Included are Joseph Strank's vacation snapshots and slides of Colo., Calif., Nev., Alaska, Mexico, and Europe.
Studio and group portraits of men, women and children. Includes some images of actors, a cycling club and a football team.
The collection contains an assortment of materials related to Lewis' involvement with the 10th Mountain Division reunions: New England Chapter, Nation Association of the 10th Mountain Division photograph album (1975); Italy reunion photograph albums (1982); Camp Hale 50th Anniversary 1942-1992 photograph album (1992); loose photographs and a group of 35 mm slides (1976-1979).
Scenic views of Colorado. Images from the Garden of the Gods and Williams Canyon in El Paso County, Silverton and Potosi Peak in Ouray County, and Treasury Mountain in Gunnison County, Colorado. Shows rock formations, houses and mountain climbers.
Album contains 15 black and white photographs of Colorado Springs and South Cheyenne Canyon, in El Paso County, Colorado.
Views of Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs and the surrounding area; some images of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and an unidentified pueblo.
Views of Colorado, New Mexico, Yellowstone National Park, and an unidentified colonial town in Mexico.
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.
The two albums contain views of National Forests, rangers' stations, fire towers, and early forest rangers at their jobs, personal snapshots of people and journeys around the U.S.; most images are from Colorado and Wyoming.
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.
Interior and exterior views in Denver, Colorado include Montclair School, Saint Luke's Episcopal Church, the Ingersoll home, the Richthofen Castle, Kittredge Castle, and other residences. Includes views of children in a classroom with a Maypole, a picture of Dudley Denison (in whose honor the gym and kindergarten addition to the Stanley School was built), and still lifes of flowers.
Inside album cover: Members of party Mr. O. H. Park and wife and daughter Mabel, B. T. Monk and wife and son Dudley, A. Galloway and wife and son Clifford.
View of water diversion projects in Colorado, and probably New Mexico and California. Images of the Colorado River, the Rio Grande, and possibly construction of the Los Angeles Viaduct. Includes a photo of a man in a top hat holding a dowser's stick, and another of a straw bale house.
Views of Manila and the Philippines during the Spanish American War. Some images of Company I, 1st Colorado Infantry. Two photographs of children with a bicycle, probably Colorado. A photo of ice skaters on a mountain lake possibly near Evergreen, Colo., one of the men is Benjamin F. Stapleton (1920s). A portrait of a girl: Lois Jane Stapleton, daughter of Benjamin F. Stapleton (April 19, 1937).
Scenic views of Colorado, many images of El Paso County.