Colorado -- History -- Pictorial works.
Found in 105 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of fifty six photographic negatives relating to Buffalo Bill: a modern bison herd, the bison in history, primitive animals associated with the bison, General George A. Custer
The collection includes views of Buffalo Bill memorabilia, the Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum and grave site on Lookout Mountain, Colorado, the bison herd at the City and County of Denver's Daniels Park, Douglas County, Colorado, and images pertaining to the history and antecedents of the modern bison.
Candid and posed views of an unidentified family in Silverton, San Juan County Colorado. Images of friends, family members (men, women, children), houses, interiors, and the town of Silverton as well as snapshots of trips, picnics, and hikes to other rural Colorado towns, Denver, and Golden.
A trip through the Black Canyon: by J.E. Pelton, J.A. Curtis, M.F. Hovey, E.B. Anderson, and Will Torrence
Views of a boat trip, in Colorado, down the Gunnison River through the Black Canyon of the Gunnison made by J.E. Pelton, J.A. Curtis, M.F. Hovey, E.B. Anderson, and Will Torrence. Images of the river, camp sites, rapids, portages, wrecked boats. A few images of spectators on the canyon rim and of Montrose, Colorado.
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.
Collection contains two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about Colorado pioneer days and settlers and about Mrs. Blake's Steinberger relatives. Loose items include financial records and mainly concern Steinberger family. Some photographs housed in repository's photographic collection.
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.
Views of Colorado, Denver, unidentified scenery, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, mining, and scenery possibly in Sweden.
73 b/w photographic prints of scenic views of the Durango area and Southern Colorado, many on the Durango-Silverton highway. Titles and identification and photographer's signature on verso of most prints. A few of the photographic prints are stained and show wear.
Album contains 49 albumen prints by Charles W.J. Johnson, Charles R. Savage, William Henry Jackson and one or more unknown photographers showing California, Utah, and Colorado.
Charles Briggs Beach: to whom this book, wherein do appear some of my friends and recollections of my youth, is dedicated
A family photo album with snapshots of Colorado, New York and an unidentified lake. Views of family members, vacations, and houses. Many images from probably Colorado College in Colorado Springs; views of students, activities, and actors in costume.
The majority of the images are views of people, landscapes, and buildings in Colorado and Denver.
Oakley Consolidated Schools high school photo album with 16 identified portraits, the students wear caps and gowns. The school district was probably in eastern Colorado.
Views of Native American (Anasazi) ruins at Mesa Verde, Colorado, Ute, Navajo, and Hopi Indians, landscape images of Colorado, and the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park.
Stereoscopic views of Colorado. Images include towns, people, and geographic features.
The album contains unidentified family snapshots from Colorado Springs, rural Colorado, and unidentified views probably taken in the United States. The loose photographic prints show the Panama Canal during and after construction. Images of cranes, railroads, steam shovels, ship locks, laborers, earth moving, dikes, explosions, battleships, the Pacific Fleet, tug boats, and Panama City.
Views on the Colorado and Southern Railway in Jefferson County, Park County, Summit County, and Lake County, Colorado. Images include railroad trains, the South Platte River, railroad stations, towns, and views of scenery. Most images show snow.
View of Denver, Colorado, Colorado Springs and environs, and Salt Lake City, Utah.
One photobox containing 25 b/w photographic prints and one pamphlet containing biographical information. All images are identified. Some of the photographic prints are dry mounted. Several duplicate photos. 13 photographic prints are oversized.
Images of mostly unidentified Mexican American (Hispanic) men, women, teenagers, children, and infants in Denver, Colorado, Mora, New Mexico, and unidentified locations probably in Colorado and New Mexico. Views of families and family life, family outings, vacations, houses, interiors, neighborhoods, bars and nightclubs, school graduations, priests and nuns, businesses, a birthday party, African Americans, a dance band, children at play, and a parade.
Views of Colorado historical events and figures. Includes images of maps. explorers, trappers, military men, cities and towns, mining, agriculture, fortifications, and scenic views.
Views of the Richard Wetherill ranch, Mancos Canyon, and Mesa Verde, Colorado. Images of Ute summer tipis, cliff dwellings, and probably Richard Wetherill.
Collection consists of Colorado Preservation, Inc.'s Endangered Places Program nominees.
Colorado family album, with images of Georgetown, Denver, Civic Center, train wrecks, Royal Gorge, World War One tanks, and picnics.
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.