Cartes-de-visite (card photographs)
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Portrait photographs 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.
Images of unidentified men, women and children, possibly the Clawson family.
Leather bound albums contain studio portraits of men, women, and children.
Collection contains two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings about Colorado pioneer days and settlers and about Mrs. Blake's Steinberger relatives. Loose items include financial records and mainly concern Steinberger family. Some photographs housed in repository's photographic collection.
Studio portraits of men, women, and children.
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.
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.
Manuscripts: Collection concerns Harrison and Johnson families. Correspondence, photographs, clippings, booklets, mementos. Original art work and other material relating to Mrs. Harrison's brother, Thomas Loftin Johnson.
Studio portraits of the Henry S. Persse family. Many images are identified.
Unidentified studio portraits of men, women, and children. Two portraits have identification: a man, William E. Manley and a girl, Freddie Shillinglaw.
Images of mostly children; some adults, statues, and paintings.
Studio and group portraits of men, women and children. Includes some images of actors, a cycling club and a football team.
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.
Studio portraits of unidentified men, women, and children. Portrait of Ella Walwork.