Collections (object groupings)
Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Views of Colorado, Denver, unidentified scenery, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, mining, and scenery possibly in Sweden.
Aerial views of Denver, Colo., the Denver metropolitan area, the Front Range, the site of the Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs, Lowry Air Force Base, and Stapleton Airport. One image of Omaha, Nebraska and the Missouri River at flood stage.
Views of the Central City Opera House, Central City, and Black Hawk, Gilpin County, Colorado. Images of actors, opera singers, and productions of the "Merry Widow," the "Ballad of Baby Doe," "Carmen," and "Tosca;" includes views of theater programs and historic photographs.
View of mining in Clear Creek County, Colorado. Images of the American Sisters Mine and unidentified mines near Georgetown, the Two Sisters Mines in Silver Creek, and individual and group portraits of men, women, and children.
Collection contains aerial survey photographs of Pikes Peak, Royal Gorge, Garden of the Gods, Mt. Evans, Idaho Springs, Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range, with some images of local towns and scenery.
One photo Album containing 24 b/w prints, circa 1910 to 1915, assembled in an album by rancher W.L. Martin of Ordway, Crowley County, Colorado. Some photos are discolored, silvering, and faded.
Manuscripts: Clippings, souvenirs, notecards, correspondence, brochures, pamphlets, ephemera pertain to bridges around the world.
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.
One box containing 96 black and white photographs, 2 maps, and 1 Inventory Report that says reads: "Coordinate and elevation sheet, South Platte River Project. Maps show photography coordinates," from July and August 1974.
All images identified; photographic prints and negatives includes special formats, a key code and structure location maps and charts.Many of the images were used in Don Etter's book "Auraria: Where Denver Began," and are copyrighted. These items are designated in the collection by a star. Images of cottages, houses, and buildings in the Auraria neighborhood of Denver, Colorado; many were demolished for the construction of the Auraria Higher Education Center.
Images of gardens and landscapes created by Jane Silverstein Ries.
Views of Denver and Colorado. Panoramic photographs of City Park, Denver and unidentified scenery. Group portraits of faculty, and baseball, football, and basketball team members at Grant Junior High School; Sunday school classes and social groups at Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church in Denver. A few images from Seattle, Washington, Oregon, and a flood in Aurora Illinois.
Views of Taos Pueblo, churches, and a morada in northern New Mexico. One image of a southwestern landscape with buttes. 2 of the photographic prints are titled and signed, 4 of the photographic prints are untitled contact prints.
Family snapshots of Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Images of ranch life, shows horseback riding, cattle, wildlife, men, women, and children. Some views of Denver, Colorado and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Views of Colorado, and identified and unidentified Hambley family members, friends and aquaintances. Images of probably Edward Hambley, his wife Agnes, daughter Eldora, and son Charley.
Interior perspectives of dining rooms, halls, stairways, libraries, and reception areas in various homes in probably New York and New Jersey.
Manuscripts: Scrapbook with information from newspapers clippings and magazine articles that belonged to Harold B. Joy and covered much of his family.
Views of street scenes, houses, buildings, and abandoned houses and buildings in Central City, Black Hawk, and Mountain City, Gilpin County, Colorado.
Images of unidentified houses, businesses, the Kyner business block, and people from possibly Omaha, rural Nebraska, or Colorado. Includes a gag postcard of watermelons grown in Colorado and a postcard of a train wreck. The two prints are probably advertising and show portraits of women.
Images of posters, maps, and plans relating to Denver and Colorado planning districts and their establishment; includes views of materials prepared for the Denver Planning Commission. Images of Colorado, Denver, the Long Island State Parkway in New York, the Sawmill River Parkway in Westchester County, New York, and Randolf Field, an Army Air Corps Base near San Antonio, Texas. Includes views of paintings of the Colorado State flag and what appear to be prototypes of the flag.
Images of Texas longhorn cattle purchased by the National Forest Service for the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Comanche County, Oklahoma. Includes one image showing young men sitting out-of-doors in a tent camp and listening to a speaker.
Collection of b/w photographs taken on a tour of Colorado (64 images) and back East (28 images) assembled in a contemporary photograph album. The signature of William C. Longstreth, the presumed owner (dated 1901), is on the first leaf.