Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains clippings, photographs, business directories, programs.
Collection contains maps, photographs, postcards, booklets and newspaper clippings from military bases and military related locations in Colorado.
Collection of clippings from 1979 and correspondence / organizational newsletters from 1979 -1983. newsletters cover topics including elections, environmental issues such as Rocky Mountain Flats and the Lowry Dump, and recaps of in-person meetings.
The collection dates between 1940 and 2006 and contains photographs, newspaper clippings, a booklet, and a videocassette tape.
Collection contains a scrapbook of clippings and items relating to social activities at Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo.
Collection contains a scrapbook with historical sketch of club, programs, clippings.
Collection contains six scrapbooks with press clippings about the association, its members, and dentistry in general.
Collection contains a scrapbook with Silverton, Colo. playbills, programs, tickets, other theater ephemera; many from the Alhambra Theatre; included are a few theater items from other places in Colorado, such as Creede, Durango, Jimtown, Rico.
Collection contains meeting minutes (1938 Feb. 26-May 4), announcement, certificate of organization, clippings and notes.
Collection contains a scrapbook with correspondence, photos, recital programs, and newspaper clippings documenting Frantz's performing career.
The collection contains a selection of correspondence, recollections (1998); photograph (1998), clippings (1998, 2003); military records (1945); oral history index (n.d.); diary (1945); pocket notebook (1945); copies of three memoirs written by Kennerly: "A brief history of the ski troops" (n.d.), "Belvedere the bloodying" (1945), and "War diary ..." (1945); audiocasette of Earl Clark and Dan Kennerly (n.d.).
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings; many concern the Colorado Constitutional Convention, 1875-1876, during which Hurd served as chairman of the education committee. Some Hurd family memorabilia.
Collection contains a binder with newspaper clippings regarding Native Americans, mining, and cemeteries. Typed inventory of Colorado cemeteries compiled by Meschter, including Gunnison, Conejos, Adams, and Rio Grande counties.
Collection contains two scrapbooks with mementos of family, school and social activities in the form of programs, invitations, greeting cards, newspaper clippings, photos, telegrams. Scrapbook 1 (1908-1917) covers youthful activities in Boy Scouts, Denver Athletic Club, and Denver East Side High School (graduated 1917). -- Scrapbook 2 (1917-1934) includes material from Colorado School of Mines, Golden, where he was a student and then on the faculty 1929-1942.
The collection contains assorted newspaper clippings and a reprint of an article from the Sierra Club Bulletin: "Pursuit in the Alps" (1946).
Collection contains microfilm (C MSS Mflm142) copy of 4 scrapbooks of the Davis family; primarily newspaper clippings.
Collection contains correspondence, clippings, reports, flyers, mayor's resolutions, notes.
Collection contains 981 color slides documenting the construction (July 2003-March 2007) of the Denver Art Museum's Frederick C. Hamilton Building designed by Polish architect Daniel Libeskind. The images are taken from the vantage point of the neighboring Denver Public Library. Additional materials include clippings, ticket, program, and museum guide about the design, construction and opening of the building.
Single scrapbook containing illustrated newspaper articles written about early Denver, Colo. (ca. 1920's).
Collection contains a scrapbook with a "Theatre record" of clippings, programs, pictures, and personal commentary for plays seen in Denver, Colo., in particular at Elitch's and Lakeside theaters.
The collection contains correspondence, member rosters, minutes, scrapbook, newspaper clippings, club history, photo albums (1983-1992), agendas, and financial records (1983-2013) relating to the operational aspects and public events promoted by the club.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of denominational sermons and lectures given in Denver, Colo. during the early 1890s. Many were by Kerr B. Tupper at First Baptist Church; others by Myron W. Reed at First Congregational Church. Bookplate: Scrap book no. 6; library of Rose Lee Smith, no. 20.
Collection contains a scrapbook with newspaper clippings documenting the company; possibly compiled by an official of the company.
The collection contains Overbeck's original sketch and final color rendering for the flag with a description of the colors and symbols. "The Seal of the City and County of Denver," and "The Significance of the Seal" by Ben Draper; notes.
Collection contains a large selection of photographs from the Denver Post photo library (ca.1890s-ca.1980s). Subject and biography related files are arranged alphabetically by surname, building name, event, etc. See inventory for a complete list of file folder titles and collection arrangement.
Collection contains the following: history of the guild; scrapbooks; annual reports; president's books; committee notebooks; minute books; secretary notebooks and records; incorporation papers; bylaws; newspaper clippings; membership files; program notes; financial papers; fundraising information; financial reports; publicity; cookbook; boutique records.
Collection contains a scrapbook with clippings from Denver, Colo. concert and theater programs and reviews; chiefly touring vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles, opera, ballet, and theater companies.
Collection contains a scrapbook assembled by Leonard with clippings, pictures, programs, and reviews for Denver, Colo. theater productions.
Collection contains programs and pictures from Denver, Colo., including performances at Elitch's, Broadway, and Denham theaters. Some items from New York and other cities.
Collection contains four scrapbooks of program clippings from Denver, Colo. theaters. Also a "theatre record" by sister Flora E. McCune (1860-1931) listing plays seen with comments.