Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a scrapbook with photos, clippings, cards, notes of class activities from Alnette Austin's school days at West Denver High School, class of 1904. Items attached to a copy of Frederic Remington's Done in the open (New York : P.F. Collier, 1903, ca. 1902).
Collection contains two scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, programs, membership books, certificates, greeting cards, photographs, badges and ribbons from: Mile Hi Cootiette Club No. 231, National Order of Alley Cats (Auxiliary of the National Order of Trench Rats, Rattrap No. 51) and Military Order of the Cootie, Silver Dollar Pup Tent No. 1.
Collection contains correspondence from Perry to her grandfather (1899); newspaper and magazine clippings; cartoon; receipt.
Collection contains a handwritten receipt from Smith & Doll, handwritten poem, and typed biography of Mayor Stiles.
Collection contains maps, photographs, postcards, booklets and newspaper clippings from military bases and military related locations in Colorado.
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.
Collection contains a report on the Club fire of February 17, 1951; newsletters, employee handbook, brochures, pamphlets relate to the operation of the Club (1981-1983).
Collection contains hotel ephemera: maps, matchbook, clippings, photos, property records, aticles, program, price list, note book, hotel key, matchbook related to the Argonaut Hotel, 233 East Colfax; Ayers Hotel, 1414 Logan Street,; Colburn Hotel, 980 Grant St.; New Albany Hotel, 17th and Stout; Hotel Wellington; 1450 Grant Street.
The collection spans the years 1982 to 2022 and documents the activities of the Denver Gay Men's Chorus through annual reports, concert programs and posters, 23 photograph albums, audio and video recordings, awards and proclamations, and magazine articles and clippings highlighting the group's work.
Collection contains two scrapbooks with newspaper clippings of social events in Denver (Colo.), photos of family and friends, personal papers, obituaries, cards, letters; also includes correspondence and clippings concerning Denver Tramway Company (1895-1971). CD-Rom (2015) contains copies of photograph with list of identifications.
Collection contains correspondence to L.K. Mulford regarding sale of property in Denver, Colo. and lectures in Greeley and Gunnison, Colo.; photograph of Griggs taken by L.K. Mulford; invitation for L.K. Mulford to be guest of Griggs at the City Club of New York, advertisement for book, "We the People" by Griggs.
Collection contains program, poster, newspaper supplement from the event.
Collection contains Fred Bear Museum brochures; description of Alaskan hunt; magazine articles about Bear; Fun with Bow & Arrow booklet by Jack Van Coevering and Bear; bear archery catalog; and photographs.
Collection contains progress/solicitation reports by Springer on behalf of First Baptist Church of Englewood, Colo.; concert advertisements; advertisement for youth camp; catalogs of Christian books and calendars by Western Voice Publishing Co.
Contains punk show fliers with notes from Denver Punk Scene reunions, original fliers, 45 covers, Fan Zines From Wax Trax.
The collection documents the 2nd World Conference on National Parks in 1972, held that year in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.
Collection contains a ledger used as a scrapbook with Civil War songs, recipes, personal ledger pages (1843-1878). On cover of scrapbook: Bay St Louis. Title page: Freight for Bay St Louis Steamer Creole. Also includes joke booklet, card.
Collection contains a ledger book (1895-1901); family photographs; Grand Opera House program (1892); postcards; booklet: 100 Years in Colorado's Oldest Parish (1958).
Collection contains items related to New York and Paris couture shows (1930-1939); includes printed and handwritten invitations, notebooks, and designer brochures.
Collection contains handwritten correspondence and envelopes, clippings, dance program, 1880 Knights Templar ribbon, and death announcement.
Contains material related to the Denver music and cultural scene from 1990-2000 including concert fliers, posters, magazines, newsletters, art exhibits, business cards, Rock Island button and a photo.
Collection contains minutes and register of the Pioneer Ladies' Aid Society, constitution and bylaws; original notes for and manuscript. and published copy of "Real pioneers of Colorado" (1928-1930) by Miss McGrath; lists of men and women who arrived in Colorado prior to Jan. 1, 1861; and 3 scrapbooks of clippings about Colorado pioneers and early Colorado history (1889-1947).
The collection contains ephemera including brochures and related visitor information about the National Museum of African Art in Washington D.C. dated from 1996 through the 2000s.
Collection contains organizational files and promotional materials: correspondence, brochures, lists, clippings, newsletters, fund raising materials, minutes, programs, handouts, awards, photographs, ephemera.
The bulk of the collection includes Philip Hamon's extensive music collection including concert/event fliers, posters, collages, drumsticks, photographs, cymbals, VHS tapes, and his music collection (CDs, cassette tapes). The materials cover the local and national music scene. There is material related to his work with People First in Denver and the disability rights community, as well as some personal photographs and correspondence.
Materials from the Denver Principles, primarily from their 40th Anniversary reception and celebration in 2023. Materials include an oversized poster, leaflets, stickers, and a t-shirt.