Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of glass plate and nitrate negatives of studio portraits of individuals who exemplify the style and fashion of the West for the latter 1800s to the early 20th century. 19 DVD-R discs are also included. The digital files provide positive scans of a selection of negatives from the collection.
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.
Views of the effects of grazing on habitat on National Forest lands in Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota. Images of cattle and sheep, overgrazing, damaged vegetation, invasive species, erosion, reseeding efforts, insect control efforts, and game animal conditions.
Collection contains a large group of color slides, as well as some b/w negatives and b/w photographs documenting railroad cars, locomotives, locations, stations, and the facilities of numerous railroad companies throughout the United States (ca. 1970s-1990s).
Views of Avery undermount, steam engine tractors and Avery gasoline powered tractors. Shows a tractor operating a grain thresher.
Views of Colorado, Denver, unidentified scenery, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, mining, and scenery possibly in Sweden.
Mostly aerial views Denver, Englewood and Arvada Colorado. Includes drive-in theaters, hospitals, downtown Denver, Denver Dry Goods Company, cemeteries, Hungarian Flour Mills, Englewood airport, hot air balloons, Bears Stadium (later Mile Hi Stadium), and power plants.
Collection contains photographs of Denver Civic Center colonnade, the Colorado State Capitol, Union Station railroad yards (in snow), the U.S. Post Office, and a newspaper stand.
Collection contains: color transparencies and 35mm slides, b/w and color photographs, b/w and color negatives, post cards and notes documenting the Motisher's interest in Colo. scenery, locations, and seasons. Some images of Ariz., Wyo., North and South Dakota are also included. Many images have accompanying technical documentation related to image location, date and time of exposure, lens used, etc.
Views of flowers, trees, scenery and national parks and monuments in California, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming.
Charles S. Grover was a commercial photographer from Colorado. The collection includes nude studies and views of primarily Colorado, Aspen, Denver and the Front Range. Images of the ski industry, Frontier Airlines and other corporate and commercial enterprises. Many scenic views. Some images of New Mexico and Wyoming.
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.
Images of cities and towns in Colorado. Views of buildings, streets and landscapes in Longmont, Aurora, Trinidad, Leadville, Portland, Cripple Creek, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Salida, Glenwood Springs, Central City, and Durango, Colorado.
The collection contains Don Etter's photographs of the Curtis Park neighborhood, Denver, Colo. Some photos were published in the book: Curtis Park: A Denver Neighborhood with text by William Allen West (1980).
Collection contains two sets of 8 x 10" glass plate and nitrate black-and-white negatives taken by King's firm in April 1933. One set of 92 out of an original 100 b&w glass plate negatives was used for reproducing aerial photographs of the city of Denver, Colo. based on a defined, numbered grid of 100 images. The other set of 45 b&w glass plate and 6 b&w nitrate negatives were used for creating an aerial mosaic of the city of Denver, Colo.
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.
Images of gardens and landscapes created by Jane Silverstein Ries.
The collection contains photographic negatives taken by Lidh of Camp Carson, Colo., Camp Hale, Colo., Cooper Hill Sky Area, Leadville, Colo. and the 38th Regimental Combat Team during training (1947-1948).
Views of Colorado that include Mesa Verde National Park, Hooper (Alamosa County), Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site, The Maroon Bells (Pitkin County), Central City (Gilpin County), Fairplay and South Park City (Park County), Air Force Academy Chapel, Denver, Buffalo Bill's headstone (Jefferson County), St. George's Episcopal Church (Leadville, Lake County), and Jackson Memorial Chapel (Fairplay, Park County).
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.
Group portraits and views of African American men, women, social and business groups, church choir, dances, open houses, parades, hair style shows, an Easter Parade and the Five Points neighborhood in Denver, Colorado.
Studio portraits and group portraits of the Lemuel and Rebecca Shaw family of Leadville (Lake County), Colorado. Portraits of their children, Pearl, Cora and Flora, and their grandchildren. Two views of the Ice Palace in Leadville, Colorado. Negatives probably from the same family, these are unidentified snapshots of men, women, and children, a house, a picnic in a cornfield, City Park in Denver, Colorado, a graduation, a woman in a fur coat, many images of an unidentified little girl.
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.
1910-1940: nature photographs, mountainscapes, buildings in Denver, the cabin of Enos Mill, flower photographs, and miscellaneous subjects.
Views of Colorado, and identified and unidentified Hambley family members, friends and aquaintances. Images of probably Edward Hambley, his wife Agnes, daughter Eldora, and son Charley.