Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
1949, 1950, 1964: outdoor scenes across the American Southwest, ranging from 1949 to 1964, with some slides undated.
The collection contains an assortment of materials related to Lewis' involvement with the 10th Mountain Division reunions: New England Chapter, Nation Association of the 10th Mountain Division photograph album (1975); Italy reunion photograph albums (1982); Camp Hale 50th Anniversary 1942-1992 photograph album (1992); loose photographs and a group of 35 mm slides (1976-1979).
Views of a campaign rally for Ross Perot when he ran for President as an independent (Reform Party) in the 1992 Presidential election. Shows supporters in campaign hats and shirts. Shows candidate Perot at a podium, unidentified people address the crowd.
Collection contains photographs of members of the Roundup Riders of the Rockies on their annual trail rides held in July; additional images show members, horses, campgrounds, and scenery; panoramic photo of members (1950), color slides of Colo. wild flowers (n.d.), ephemera and clippings about the organization (1948-1958).
Views of the Denver Public Library, the 1965 flood of the South Platte River, construction on the Valley Highway (I-25), and a National Western Stock Show parade.
Views of Colorado. Images of Denver, ghost towns, mines and mine tunnels, mountain passes, mountain towns, national parks, ski resorts , streams and railroads.
These black and white and some color slides are copies of historic photographs, maps, and paintings of Denver, Colorado from the 1890's through the 1930's. Images of houses, buildings, businesses, parks, monuments, cinemas, and theaters; includes interiors, street scenes, and people at work and play.
Photographs and color slides of the flood and aftermath. Includes a CD with digital images of the slides
1950-1982: various scenes in several locations in Colorado, ranging from around 1950 to around 1982, with many slides of unknown dates.
The collection includes a scrapbook with World War II items: telegrams, greeting cards, clippings, camp letterhead, programs; as well as samples of advertisements (featuring their photographs), business cards, programs, ticket stubs, newspaper clippings. Additional examples of post cards, calendar photos, note cards and color slides generated by the couple are included in the collection.
Images taken by the staff of the Colorado Center for Community Development at the University of Colorado Denver. Views of towns, buildings, churches, stores, landscapes street scenes, etc. from around Colorado.
Portraits and views of the Walsen family and Walsenburg (Huerfano County), Colorado. Includes a few newspaper clippings.
Views of Cripple Creek, Victor, and Goldfield (Teller County), Colorado. Images of the Ajax Mine, and miscellaneous view of Colorado.
Slides by members of the William Henry Jackson Camera Club. Scenic views of Mesa Verde National Park and miscellaneous scenic views of Colorado. Photographers include Alice B. Rawson and Carl Blaurock.
Manuscript material: correspondence; biographical information; publicity notices and script notes for slide presentations; notes and research on architecture. Colorado mining; newspaper clippings on historic architecture.
Collection contains 1,858 negatives (including glass plate negatives), 186 slides, and 147 photo prints. These images are portrait, feature, and current and special event photographic images stemming from Perry's work as a photojournalist.
Collection contains b/w photographs (many identified) of the interior and exterior of the Gordon House and other locations and people in and around Central City, Colo., clippings on Central City Opera Chorus and festival, Delta Phi Omega scrapbook (1950-1960), manuscripts, scripts, Gordon family notes, album, scrapbook, notebooks; color slides of Denver area homes, churches, buildings.
One photobox of 216 color slides and 14 black and white photographic prints from 1980. The black and white photographic prints were taken by Andrew Kramer, AIA. Some of the slides have inked notations, the black and white prints have dates.