Denver (Colo.) -- History -- Pictorial works.
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
View of a group of business men from Denver, Colorado identified as the 3rd Council. Identification, left to right, A. McCune, S.D. Kasserman, George Tritch, H.J. Brendlinger, John Maloney, Gen. Bowen, L.L., McGaffney (really Edward Gaffney).
Views of Denver, Boulder and Pikes Peak, Colorado.
One photobox of 127 nitrate negatives, 6 photographic postcards, 15 photographic prints of Colorado from 1941. None of the negatives or photographic prints are identified; the postcards have identification.
The majority of the images are views of people, landscapes, and buildings in Colorado and Denver.
Views of the John Lloyd Stearns family's homes in Denver and their country home at Llangollen, across from the Glenisle Resort, near the South Platte River, on the Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad in Park County, Colorado. Shows interiors and exteriors of the Denver home and images from Llangollen, these include family gatherings, activities, scenery and the train stop at Llangollen.
Images of mostly unidentified Mexican American (Hispanic) men, women, teenagers, children, and infants in Denver, Colorado, Mora, New Mexico, and unidentified locations probably in Colorado and New Mexico. Views of families and family life, family outings, vacations, houses, interiors, neighborhoods, bars and nightclubs, school graduations, priests and nuns, businesses, a birthday party, African Americans, a dance band, children at play, and a parade.
46 views of the demolition of Boettcher School located at Children's Hospital building in Denver, Colorado. The hospital was connected to the Boettcher School by tunnel. Photographs were taken in February 1993 by Steve Kast and Tia Brayman.
One box containing 96 black and white photographs, 2 maps, and 1 Inventory Report that says reads: "Coordinate and elevation sheet, South Platte River Project. Maps show photography coordinates," from July and August 1974.
Views of the construction of the Denver City and County Building, Denver, Colorado.
Views of Mayor Stapleton and dignitaries at the ground breaking ceremonies for the City and County Building, Denver Colorado. Shows early construction on the building.
Views of the construction of the Denver City and County Building, Denver, Colorado. Images range from the ground breaking in 1929 through the completion of the building in 1932.
All images identified; photographic prints and negatives includes special formats, a key code and structure location maps and charts.Many of the images were used in Don Etter's book "Auraria: Where Denver Began," and are copyrighted. These items are designated in the collection by a star. Images of cottages, houses, and buildings in the Auraria neighborhood of Denver, Colorado; many were demolished for the construction of the Auraria Higher Education Center.
Views of oil wells in Ilo Ridge oil field in Hot Springs County, Wyoming and men working. Images of the Gano - Downs Company store and the construction of the Metropolitan Building (later the Metropolitan Hotel) in Denver, Colorado. Includes miscellaneous snapshots of Denver, Colorado, people aboard a ship, a chained bear, billboards, the Denver Club, Arapahoe County Courthouse, and New York City.
Views of Denver and Colorado. Panoramic photographs of City Park, Denver and unidentified scenery. Group portraits of faculty, and baseball, football, and basketball team members at Grant Junior High School; Sunday school classes and social groups at Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church in Denver. A few images from Seattle, Washington, Oregon, and a flood in Aurora Illinois.
Views of Denver, Colorado, the Denver Tech Center, Stapleton Airport, the Mile Hi Marathon, the United Bank Tennis Classic, and the Denver Symphony Orchestra. Images of the Coors Brewery in Golden Colorado. Portraits of well known athletes, musicians and celebrities who include: Arthur Ashe, Victor Amaya, Bob Lutz, Tom Okker, Luciano Pavarotti, Michael Palmev, Carl Tipilow, Senator Gary Hart, Gene Amole and Congresswoman Pat Schroeder.
Views of the Fourth of July Parade celebrating the American Bicentennial in Denver, Colorado. Images of the organizing committee, parade marshals, floats, marching bands, spectators and other participants. Includes aerial photographs of downtown and Civic Center.
Manuscripts: Scrapbook with information from newspapers clippings and magazine articles that belonged to Harold B. Joy and covered much of his family.
Exterior and interior views of houses and floor plans designed by the architectural firm of Lang and Pugh, William A. Lang and Marshall R. Pugh, Partners, and built, for the most part in Denver, Colorado.
Studio portraits of unidentified women and children. Images of the aftermath of a snowstorm in Denver, Colorado. Miscellaneous snapshots of Boulder and Tolland.
Views of the Windsor Hotel, 18th and Larimer Streets, Denver, Colorado. Images of the exterior, the interior, and historical objects from the museum located in the Hotel.
Panoramic views of Denver, Colorado. The larger image shows Civic Center, the Denver Tramway powerhouse building, Denver Fire Department's Engine House Number One, the Arapahoe County Courthouse, 16th (Sixteenth) Street, the Majestic Building, The Brown Palace Hotel, Sherman Street, and Central Presbyterian Church ca. 1899. The smaller image shows an earlier view of Denver, between 1873 and 1888, with the chimney of the original Denver General Hospital and Arapahoe School in the distance.
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.