Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Portraits of men, women, and children.
Studio portraits of men, some in Civil War uniforms, women, children and infants. Four of the men in uniform are identified as William Dilles, John Stevenson (?), S.W. Marshall, and Edwin A. Evans.
Leather bound albums contain studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Collection contains Hoyle family letters and photos, some Berthoud family material. Correspondence of his father S.Z. Hoyle and uncle Francis E. (Frank) Everett (banker in Golden, Colo.) concern Colo. mining ventures at Lawson and Fairplay, and in Boulder County at Caribou and Salina. Photographs include: view of Orient Mine near Lawson, Colo., town of Lawson (Clear Creek County), Colo., studio portraits of Clara B. Everett and S.Z. Hoyle.
Studio portraits of the family of Allie M. Smith. Includes images of men, women, and children.
Mostly unidentified portraits and group portraits of men, women and children. Probably family and friends of the Becker family and Josephine Leach. A few images are identified: Blanche A. Goff, Ray E. Rilling, and J.K. Becker
Portraits, tintypes, and snapshots of the Bickel and Hallock families, many images from Colorado.
Images of the Clyde and Mary Dawson family of Denver, Colorado. Snapshots and studio portraits of family members include men, women, and children. Images of family life, vacations, pets, and houses.
Portraits and snapshots from the Florence Ellis (nee Davis) family of Denver, Colorado. Studio portraits include group and individual portraits of men, women, children and infants. Snapshots of Denver and rural Colorado, Massachusetts, Arizona and California.
Studio portraits and group portraits of the Lemuel and Rebecca Shaw family of Leadville (Lake County), Colorado. Portraits of their children, Pearl, Cora and Flora, and their grandchildren. Two views of the Ice Palace in Leadville, Colorado. Negatives probably from the same family, these are unidentified snapshots of men, women, and children, a house, a picnic in a cornfield, City Park in Denver, Colorado, a graduation, a woman in a fur coat, many images of an unidentified little girl.
Images of Joel Elisha King, a homeopathic physician from Illinois. Portraits of his sons Edward H. King, a homeopathic physician in Denver, Colorado; Joel B. King, a newspaper owner in Colorado and owner of a general merchandise store in Elbert, Colorado, and relatives and family members.
Photograph album with images of Colorado. Miscellaneous images of men, women, children and view of Colorado, Idaho, Alaska, the Philippines, and California.
Studio portraits and snapshots of Frank D. Mitchell, his wife Frances Mitchell Wells and her second husband, Lester Wells, their families and friends. Includes vacation photos from the West, these include Colorado, Arizona, California, Utah and Wyoming.
Studio portraits of the Henry S. Persse family. Many images are identified.
Images of mostly children; some adults, statues, and paintings.
One photobox containing 63 b/w photographic prints and some mid-20th century novelty tintypes. Most images are unidnetified. Many of the images are soiled and / or creased.
Portraits and studio portraits of men, women and children. Images of J.O. Dostel, Mary G. Dostel, Mathew Hamlick, and Charles Egetman. View of a frame building. One death portrait.
Studio and group portraits of men, women and children. Includes some images of actors, a cycling club and a football team.
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).
One photobox containing 42 b/w photographic items. 13 photographic prints, 12 cartes de visite, 11 cabinet cards, and 6 tintypes. Studio and informal, individual and group portraits of the Thomas R. Acres family, their relatives and friends. Many of the photographic prints are identified. Some materials have light damage and discoloration.