Five Points (Denver, Colo.) -- History.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Bennett Horton oral history
Horton talks about changes in the population of Five Points (Denver, Colo.), people in the neighborhood and the rising cost of homes.
David Mallard Papers
Consists of personal papers, photographs, correspondence, and various secondary publications that contain annotations. Also includes some of Mallard's business records (a ledger from 1925-1926 and various license certificates) and items pertaining to the Campbell Chapel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church.
Elbert "Big Al" Richardson Jr. Papers
Collection contains awards, photographs, correspondence, 9th Infantry Division Fort Carson yearbook and Richardson's obituary.
Eli Sobel oral history
Sobel talks about Five Points (Denver, Colo.), his liquor store there, history of the neighborhood, prominent people in the area; also discusses barbecue and its significance in the African American culture.
Five Points Community Center Records
One quarter linear foot box of brochures and flyers on the development of the Five Points Community Center and the surrounding area from 1974 to 1990.
Gertrude E. Moore oral history
Moore discusses the Five Points Neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, the changes in the population, her neighbors and her house.
Juanita R. Gray oral history
Martha Joan Bills Papers
One and a half linear feet of research, photographs, information about local news and local organizations, gathered by Martha "Joanne" Joan Bills, dating from 1954 through 2016.
Neighborhood oral history project
Notes on the content of the tapes in the series; some partial transcripts of the tapes.
Sarah Sims oral history
Sims talks about the Globeville and Five Points neighborhoods in Denver, Colo., history of African Americans in Denver, Colo., mentions influential members of the African American community in Denver.
Thomas Bean oral history
William H. Coker Papers
The collection contains ewspaper clippings, brochures, programs, photographs of Coker and his family (some by Burnis McCloud), information pertaining to Coker's involvement as a community activist, awards, trophies, certificates, videocassette tapes, correspondence, a scrapbook, and architectural drawings of the Coker residence from 1933-2012.