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Women -- Portraits.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Camera talks

Identifier: C Photo Album 215
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1898-1927

Dorothy Arbaugh Photograph Collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 138
Scope and Contents

Studio portraits of men, women and children from Gillett, Midland, and Cripple Creek, Colorado. Group portraits of families, a jury, and men on horseback and children on burros. Views of a cabin and a man in a carriage.

Dates: 1885-1904

Gregg Hubbard Photography Collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 121
Scope and Contents One photobox containing 24 b/w photographic prints. Five photographic prints, four photographic prints on carte de visite mount, eight postcards, and seven photographic prints on cabinet cards. Postcards have printed identification. Some images are soiled.Photographers include: "A.E. Rinehart, Denver, Colo.," "E.W. Baker, Denver, Colo.," "Globe Photo Co., Denver, Colo.," "J. Collier, Denver," "F.D. Storm, Denver, Colo." "Gillingham, Colorado Springs, Colo., "H. Rothberger,...
Dates: circa 1859-circa 1941

H. H. Cordes album

Identifier: C Photo Album 101
Scope and Contents

Exterior and interior views of the Cordes residence on (probably) Sherman Street in Denver, Colorado. Shows a brick house with stone trim and turrets, luxurious furnishings, carved bannisters and cabinets, oriental rugs, paintings, vases and china, flower arrangements, lamps, murals, stencils, folding screens, sculpture, a pipe organ, dining service, and a woman with a baby.

Dates: between 1890-1910?

Reynolds album

Identifier: C Photo Album 277
Scope and Contents

Studio and group portraits of men, women and children. Includes some images of actors, a cycling club and a football team.

Dates: between 1865 and 1914?