African Americans -- Colorado -- Denver -- Archives.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Includes 1/2-hour videocassettes (VHS 1/2") of a television show called "The CAM Hour." The episodes aired between 1987 and 1999. Contain performances of gospel music, including two years of the Juneteenth Gospel Music Fest and two years of the Colorado Gospel Academy and Hall of Fame; dance performances and interviews with famous local African Americans; footage of conferences and awards ceremonies; and dramatizations.
Biography written by Anne-Marie Stripling; plaque; commendation letter from United States Air Force; three award-winning 35-mm still life photographs.
Includes newspaper clippings that relate to the organization; includes photographs from Denver (Colo.) African American Juneteenth celebrations.
Includes commemorative booklets for Colorado MLK Day celebrations and museum exhibit panels of events leading up to the inclusion of MLK Day as a holiday.
Includes Denver (Colorado) Fire Department photographs and a transcript of the oral history that Juniel conducted on Nathan Biffle, Captain of the Denver Fire Department, No. 3.