Found in 186 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains b/w photographs from an unknown soldier in the 87th Mountain Infantry Regiment. Many men are identified, locations include training at Ft. Lewis, Camp Hale, as well as photos of Kiska and Adak Islands.
Collection contains Hoyle family letters and photos, some Berthoud family material. Correspondence of his father S.Z. Hoyle and uncle Francis E. (Frank) Everett (banker in Golden, Colo.) concern Colo. mining ventures at Lawson and Fairplay, and in Boulder County at Caribou and Salina. Photographs include: view of Orient Mine near Lawson, Colo., town of Lawson (Clear Creek County), Colo., studio portraits of Clara B. Everett and S.Z. Hoyle.
Images of the construction of the Amoco Building located at 1670 Broadway, Denver, Colorado. The building was designed by Curtis Fentress of Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects.
Animal locomotion: an electro-photographic investigation of consecutive phases of animal movements, 1872-1885
Collection contains one hundred ninety one (191) photographic plates showing humans and various animals in motion. Each plate represents a particular motion and consists of numerous frames illustrating precise anatomical movement.
One photobox containing approximatley 40 b/w photographic prints from 1915. The prints appear to have been pulled from an album and bear scraps of black paper on versos. Some silvering of prints. One image has a torn upper right corner; others have visible folds. Most images are identified.
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).
2 loose leaf notebooks containing hand written confectionery recipes (ca.1942, n.d.); 4 black-and-white photographs of men making candy (n.d.).
Mostly unidentified portraits and group portraits of men, women and children. Probably family and friends of the Becker family and Josephine Leach. A few images are identified: Blanche A. Goff, Ray E. Rilling, and J.K. Becker
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.
Photograph albums and loose photographs of railroad and other projects in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Also include family photographs.
Portraits, tintypes, and snapshots of the Bickel and Hallock families, many images from Colorado.
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.
Exterior views of an unidentified mission, probably the Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo, in Carmel, California.
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.
The collection contains 55 b/w photographs related to training activities at Camp Hale, Colo. Subjects include mules, unidentified Colorado scenery, Cooper Hill ski area, ski training and individual soldier's portraits (ca.1943-1944). Some of the soldiers are identified.
Collection contains 24 black-and-white and color photograpshs with biographical information for the recipients of the César Chávez Leadership Hall of Fame Award (2002-2009).
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.
Collection contains assorted black and white photographs of the 87th Mountain Infantry Division at Ft. Lewis, Wash. and Camp Hale, Colo. during ski troop training, 87th G.T. choir, mules and leisure time (1941-1942). Many of the individuals are identified.
The collection contains copies of three memoirs written by Hampton: "I acquire a 35mm camera" (2003), "Capturing German liquor warehouse" (2003), "Mountains and Men I've Known, A Skier's Story" (1992); photographs of Camp Hale, Colo. (1943-1944), photographs and negatives of the Italian Campaign (1945); digital images of 1st Squad, 1st Platoon, Company H, 86th Infantry (n.d), CD-ROM with images from the Camp Hale, Leadville and Cooper Hill reunion activities (2003).
Collection contains newspaper clippings related to Engle's death (1945), correspondence and general order concering the posthumous award of the Bronze Star (1945), b/w photos and negatives of Engle at training camp (ca.1944).
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.
The majority of the images are views of people, landscapes, and buildings in Colorado and Denver.
Collection contains 6 notebooks with black and photographs used by Charles G. Whitley's Spotlight Publications (Englewood, Colo.) in three guidebooks published by the company (1986, 1991, 1996). The photographs document businesses and popular culture in Metropolitan Denver, Colo. in the 1980s and 1990s.
Views of buildings and / or building construction in Denver, and miscellaneous views of Grand Junction (Mesa County) and Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. Images of construction of the Ellie Caulkin's Opera House, the Denver Art Museum Hamilton Building, and the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Denver. Views of the Voorhies Memorial, Daniels and Fisher Tower, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, the Jeffry and Mary Keating House and the Dunning Benedict House in Denver, Colorado.
Collection contains 28 b/w photographs of the 126th Mountain Engineering Battalion; separation papers.