Denver (Colo.) -- Photographs.
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains 981 color slides documenting the construction (July 2003-March 2007) of the Denver Art Museum's Frederick C. Hamilton Building designed by Polish architect Daniel Libeskind. The images are taken from the vantage point of the neighboring Denver Public Library. Additional materials include clippings, ticket, program, and museum guide about the design, construction and opening of the building.
Color slides of buildings in Denver including downtown, Highland Park, Platte Valley "Bottoms," and surrounding areas. Some images of demolition.
Album documents construction of the 14th (Fourteenth) Street viaduct in Denver, Colorado. Views of men working, machinery, excavation, and equipment. Shows surrounding buildings including Denver City Hall, Denver Iron and Wireworks Company, Congregation Shomro Amunoh, a Denver & Rio Grande Railroad bridge, and city skylines. Includes group portrait of men in suits and ties.
Album documents construction of the Denver Tramway building, Arapahoe Street between 13 and 14th Streets in Denver, Colorado, from ground breaking to completion. Includes a few interior shots, various views, and surrounding downtown buildings. Caption on first image reads: "Whitney-Steen Co. Builders."
Collection contains 15 black-and-white photographic prints documenting sites and construction work undertaken by the Gordon Construction Company: Montgomery Wards department store(?),City and county building, in Denver, Colo. Additional images show railroad tunnels and ditches.
The 25 photographic prints in the collection were taken in 1977 while Foster was attending architecture school for a photography class. The images capture various locations around Downtown Denver documenting buildings, parking lots and street scenes. See collection inventory for more specific information and locations.
The desctiptions of the digital photographs were created by Jay Mather. Photographs from 1971-1977, 1984 feature Denver and Colorado subjects. The photographs from 2003-2004 are of drought conditions in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell in Arizona and Utah.
Collection contains color and black and white slides featuring events at Cheyenne Frontier Days (1993), Rocky Mountain Arsenal (1991), Streetcar Stables lofts (1993), Denver City Park (1991), City of Denver and Denver Skyline (1991-1992), Stapleton Airport (1993), and Estes Park Llama and Alpaca Show images and programs (undated). A small amount of ephemera is included.
Collection contains 92 Kodachrome color slides (ca.1960-1973) of locations and buildings in Denver and Lakewood, Colo. Views include downtown Denver streets, Larimer Square, Governor's Mansion, Lakeside Mall, Stapleton Airport, State Capitol Building, Civic Center Park and the City and County Building of Denver. Images are identified and dated.
Collection contains b/w and color photographs and slides of Metro-Denver, the state of Colorado and the West. Images document buildings and locations, urban areas, construction and demolition projects, national parks, mining towns, historic sites, nature, wildflowers.
Collection consists of original photographs by Thomas Carr. Photographic prints were created by Ben Miller of DPL-WHG Imaging Services (DPL Photo Digitization Lab), and were matted by Carr, for an exhibition held in the Western History & Genealogy’s fifth floor gallery, May 10-August 1, 2015. The prints were created from Carr's digital format conversion files from scans of 4x5" large format and 2½x2½” medium format black and white film negatives.
Collection contains copy photographs and copy negatives of the town of Placerville, Colo.; Union Station, Denver, Colo.; town and train station at Creede, Colo.; Garden of the Gods near Colorado Springs, Colo.; mining operations near Ophir, Colo.; train depot at Manitou Springs, Colo.; history of the people who lived in Placerville, Colo. (1914) possibly written by Florence M. Welbon.