Black-and-white prints (photographs)
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Panoramic photograph. Group portrait of members of the United Mine Workers of America at their 41st consecutive constitutional convention in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Views of Avery undermount, steam engine tractors and Avery gasoline powered tractors. Shows a tractor operating a grain thresher.
Aerial views of Fort Logan, Denver, Colorado. One view shows the V.A. Hospital.
Views of a Denver Symphony rehearsal with Antonia Brico, guest conductor; unidentified orchestra in the Elitch Theater, Rafaello Cavallo, concertmaster; portrait of an unidentified man; unidentified string quartet; Denver String Quartet and an unidentified conductor.
Images of three related Colorado families. The Boyd family of Denver, the Wisdom family of Littleton and the Fender family of Gunnison, Colorado. Snapshots of family and friends. Class portraits from various schools from 1922 to 1928. Images of Ken Caryl Ranch in Jefferson County, Colorado.
Group portrait of members of the claims service of the district office of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Veterans Benefits (now Veterans Benefits Administration) located at the Federal Center in Lakewood, Colorado. Men and women pose in front of a brick and glass building. A sign on the building reads: "Building 40 Entrance D."
Snapshots of Clarabelle J. Brown and her husband Norris Brown on visits to cemeteries and ghost towns in Colorado. Images of Silver Cliff, Westcliffe, Rosita (Custer County)and Central City, Georgetown (Clear Creek County) and Leadville (Lake County), Colorado.
Portraits of the Colorado House of Representatives for 1953, and 1925.
Views of the storage yard for Colorado Stone Quarries in Denver, Colorado. Images of a lava quarry near Castle Rock (Douglas County), sandstone quarries near Arkins (Larimer County) and a gray sandstone quarry near Trinidad (Las Animas County), Colorado. Shows quarrying, hoisting machinery, Denver and Rio Grande Railroad track and freight cars, and stone cutting machinery.
This collection contains 7 b/w photographs (5x12) between circa 1905-1930. Images of San Cristobal Reservoir, the gorge above Hinsdale Reservoir, the Lake Fork River power plant site, the McLeod Ranch reservoir site, and Granite Falls reservoir and power plant, Hinsdale County, Colorado.
Views of Georgetown, Colorado. Images of businesses, buildings, houses, and people.
The collection contains 11 b/w card photographs and 3 negatives from 1893-1898. PHotographs are views of Gillett, Cripple Creek, and Midland (Teller County), Colorado. Some of photographs are by J.G. Wilson, photographer. Names written on verso of prints: Mrs. H. Pierson, W.H. Pierson, Glea Woodruff Pierson.
Group portraits of students from Swansea School in what is now the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood and the Argo School in the Globeville neighborhood , Denver, Colorado. The students from Swansea School pose in front of their school building with their teachers. The Argo school students pose for a studio portrait with their teachers.
Views of Denver, images of the Barnum neighborhood, Barnum Park and the Barnum School alumni picnic. Snapshots of West High School, Civic Center Park, Alameda Parkway, Lowry Air Force Base, the Colorado State Capitol building, and YWCA. Miscellaneous images of Colorado scenery.
Varied views of Colorado, which include images of the Current family, downhill racers (coasters) and the Pikes Peak Climb, an automobile race.
Images of Basin (San Miguel County), Ouray and Ironton (Ouray County), Colorado. View of the Basin Store & Cafe, the Outlaw Bar & Cafe (Ouray), the Bon Ton Restaurant (Ouray), and a log house in Ironton.
Family snapshots and some studio portraits of Rudolph Wipprecht, Julie Kapp Wipprecht and their daughter Elsbeth Wipprecht. Views from family trips to Colorado in 1900 and 1907 and a trip to Yellowstone National Park in 1907.
Views of Berkeley Lake in Berkeley Park located near 46th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard in the Berkeley neighborhood, Denver, Colorado. Shows a lifeguard tower, diving platform, and trees and walkways. The Front Range mountains are in the distance.
Studio portraits and snapshots of Frank D. Mitchell, his wife Frances Mitchell Wells and her second husband, Lester Wells, their families and friends. Includes vacation photos from the West, these include Colorado, Arizona, California, Utah and Wyoming.
Photographs, primarily public relations material, of Colorado Public Utilities Commission regulated industries; mostly airlines and trucking.
Studio portraits of men, women and children. Snapshots of Las Vegas, Nevada and surrounding area.
Studio portraits and family snapshots of Lester E. and Lulu M. Robuck, and their family and friends. The collection documents family and farm life near Montrose, Colorado. Images of Harry and Mary Litchenfield and Bessie Rowley, the Robuck farm, camping trips, fishing, hunting, farm animals, trucks and wagons loaded with produce, a potato harvest, and haystacks and haying.
Views of Colorado. Images of Denver, ghost towns, mines and mine tunnels, mountain passes, mountain towns, national parks, ski resorts , streams and railroads.
Panoramic photograph. Unidentified men and women, students and faculty of the Colorado College of Dental Surgery, University of Denver, pose in front of the Dispensary Building, Denver, Colorado.
Views of Gunnison, Colorado. Images of the La Veta Hotel and the public school.
Attendees at the Colorado State Sunday School Association Convention pose in front of Central Presbyterian Church, in Denver, Colorado. Shows clergy, men, women and children.
Framed and matted studio portraits and snapshots of the Tevebaugh and DeVoar families. Portraits of Price Jacob Tevebaugh, his wife Sadie McBride Tevebaugh, their children Zita Tevebaugh Winter, Irene Elizabeth Tevebaugh DeVoar, and Mabel Florence Tevebaugh Busch, and Lillian May Tevebaugh and grandchildren Charles Gilman DeVoar and Susan Ames DeVoar.