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    • El Heraldo

    • View of the adobe newspaper office for El Heraldo del Valle, a Spanish Language, Republican newspaper in San Luis (Costilla County), Colorado. The two story adobe house next to El Heraldo belongs to José Ramos Valdéz, (8th from left), a school...
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    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Elk Mountain Pilot Office

    • Men with beards or moustaches wear suits with long coats, boots, and hats and pose beside the Elk Mountain Pilot newspaper office in Irwin (Gunnison County), Colorado. The log building has a false front, a chimney, and a sign that reads: "Pilot...
    • Mellen, George E.
    • 1883
    • Brush high school basketball team

    • The Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, girl's basketball team poses in uniforms consisting of bloomers, sailor shirts with bandanas, and scarves around their heads. One holds a basketball. They are identified as: Ann White, Bertha Jones, Ada Grill (or...
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    • 1914
    • Charles S. Stobie and his two Indian scouts

    • Photograph of a newspaper clipping. Illustration shows Charles S. Stobie flanked by his North American Indian (Ute) scouts. (Left) Wanzito (Antelope), and (right) Chief Piah (Black Tail Deer.
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    • [between 1865 and 1869?]
    • Palmer Lake, Colorado

    • View of a newspaper page from the Sunday, October 20, 1901 edition of the Denver Times, page 16. Article discusses the Estamere (or Estemere) Estate, home of Eben Smith in Palmer Lake (El PasCounty), Colorado.
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    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • The first newspaper office in camp

    • Six men are gathered on front deck of a one-story log building that was the first newspaper office, Fremont, Colorado (prior to incorporation as Cripple Creek); vertical slats are on gable part of roof; young boy, Oakley Spell, holds bundle of...
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    • [between 1960 and 1980]
    • Men at work on printing presses

    • Shows employees of the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colorado at work on the printing presses. A printed newspaper rolls through the printing press. An article on the newspaper reads: "Sunday Magazine Section, Feb. 1902 Revival of the Dealth...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [1902?]
    • Montrose, Colorado newspaper

    • View of the front page of, "The Messenger," a newspaper published in Montrose, Colorado from 1882-1890. It features a wood-cut image of a young boy selling papers on the street, and certain details about the paper's place of publication and method...
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    • [between 1940 and 1970]
    • An Indian-trader's store on the western plains

    • Native Americans at an Indian trader's store; many in the group are standing in line, some are dealing with the proprietor, and others are sitting outside.
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    • [between 1940 and 1970?]
    • Fred W. Feldwisch

    • Portrait of Fred W. Feldwisch, business manager of the Colorado Sun newspaper in Denver, Colorado. He sits at a rolltop desk; men are in the background.
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    • 1893
    • Baseball fans

    • People and cars crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado to follow the opening game of the World Series on the public scoreboard; storefront signs read: "Portland Lunch," "Nichol's Pianos Sheet...
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    • 1916 October 7
    • Gimme!

    • Girls and boys crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado, to get ice cream and cake offered by the O. P. Baur Company.
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    • 1928 July 14
    • Montrose, Colorado, newspapers

    • Bottom half of the front page of "The Messenger," a newspaper published in Montrose, Colorado, from 1882-1890 features an advertisement that reads: "Robuck & Crecelius, livery, feed and sale stables. We do a general transfer business and take...
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    • [between 1940 and 1970]
    • Taking the census at an Indian Agency

    • A large group of Native American Sioux men, women, and children gather at an agency for a census by government officials seated at wooden tables.
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    • [1880?]
    • Whatta Game!

    • People crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado, to listen to a baseball game. An electric scoreboard is above storefronts on a balcony on the Denver Post building; canopy reads: "Post." Business...
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    • 1935 October 3
    • Baseball fans

    • People crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in Denver, Colorado to view a play-by-play of a baseball game on the Denver Post's electric scoreboard. Storefront canopy reads: "Kortz & Sons."
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    • 1928 September 10
    • Performing monkey

    • People crowd Champa Street by street lamps and the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado. Biz, a chimpanzee, walks on a tightrope. An electric scoreboard tops a balcony; lettering reads: "O Justice, When Expelled From...
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    • [between 1915 and 1925?]
    • Shrine Circus preview at Post Boost

    • People crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado; clowns are by a stage. Storefront letters read: "Justice When Expelled From Other Habitations Make This Thy Dwelling Place" and "Tis a Blessing To...
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    • 1948 October 3
    • Denver watches the World's Series

    • People crowd Champa Street by the Denver Post newspaper headquarters in downtown Denver, Colorado to view a play-by-play of a 1927 World Series game on an electric scoreboard atop a balcony. Office buildings are to the sides.
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    • 1927 October 5
    • Historical artifacts

    • Edward Santarpio (with bottles) and Gerard H. Fischer pose with patent medicines and an advertising sign for the Denver Post newspaper in (probably) Georgetown, Colorado. The sign bears a likeness of Uncle Sam.
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    • 1947 August 2
    • I want a wantad

    • An elephant stands at the Denver Post newspaper classified advertising counter in Denver, Colorado. Men and women look on. Sign reads: "Want Ads." Banner reads: "...& Marcos Circus Days."
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    • 1931 August 18
    • Rocky Mountain News

    • Photograph of a lithograph which depicts Rocky Mountain News newspaper offices in Denver, Colorado; lettering reads: "Rocky Mountain News, News Block, Pioneer Newspaper of the Rocky Mountains, Byers & Daley Publishers, Blank Book Manufacturers...
    • Williams & McDonald.
    • 1860
    • Will compete for state prize

    • The Eaton High School chorus in Eaton, Weld County, Colorado, poses in three rows. Women wear skirts and blouses or patterned dresses, one with a dropped waist, and have waved hair. The men wear lettermen's sweaters, either cardigan or pullover,...
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    • 1931 May 4
    • Meeker, Colorado

    • James Lyttle, a Scottish printer and newspaperman stands on the boardwalk in front of his new front gable clapboard Herald newspaper office, on Fourth (4th) and Main Street, Meeker, Colorado. Newspaper started in 1885 in an old army barracks.
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    • [1888]
    • Albany Hotel lobby

    • A man reads a newspaper on a sofa in the lobby of the Albany Hotel at 17th (Seventeenth) and Stout Streets in downtown Denver, Colorado. A woman sits in the lobby and two men stand near columns. Flower baskets line the stairway and lobby floor.
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    • 1938 Jan. 2
    • Checking in at Littleton

    • "Mrs. Howard Brown, 6623 S. Grant St. gives her son Trevor, 5, one last look at a book before checking in at the Littleton Public Library." The Carnegie funded brick library designed by architect J. B. Benedict was completed in 1917. The brick...
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    • January 24, 1962
    • Tearing down barracks for start of IOOF building

    • View of the remains of the old army barracks and later first home of the Herald newspaper, Meeker, Colorado; in process of tearing down to make way for the IOOF Hall; only walls remain.
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    • [between 1890 and 1900]
    • Brush baseball team

    • The Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, baseball team poses in uniforms, cleats, and ribbons reading: Brush. Some are identified as Finney, O'Dell, Jones, Gilmore, Rogers, Thompson, and Bolinger.
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    • August 9, 1913
    • Historical. Indian scalp. Colorado State Museum

    • Reproduction of a framed newspaper article, dated December 17, 1864, that reviews the campaign led by John Chivington against the Native Americans (Cheyenne) camped along Sand Creek, Colorado. Accompanying the article in the frame is a braid of...
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    • [between 1920 and 1960?]
    • Group of Japanese women, men and young girls

    • A group of Japanese-American women, men and young girls pose in front of the Colorado Times newspaper office at 1930 Lawrence in Denver, Colorado. The women and young girls wear kimonos. The men wear suits and ties. In front row, third from left is...
    • Norred, Cyril F.
    • [between 1916 and 1920]
    • Ford's People's Restaurant, Blake Street, Denver

    • Newspaper advertisement announces Barney L. Ford's new saloon, restaurant and barber shop establishment, probably at the Inter Ocean Hotel on Blake Street in Denver, Colorado. Describes a bar "stocked with the very finest liquors and cigars," and a...
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    • [between 1860 and 1879?]
    • Every kid loves to fish

    • Young men of Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, pose behind trays of movable type at the Denver Post printing plant. One wears a Hawaiian shirt.
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    • Aug 15, 1939
    • Couple posed by the Alameda Ave. bridge

    • Outdoor portrait of a husband and wife near the Alameda Avenue bridge over Archer Canal in Denver, Colorado. The woman wears a hat and the man holds a newspaper.
    • Lillybridge, Charles S., 1849-1935.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Hurd W. Twombly

    • Hurd W. Twombly, pioneer of Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, poses in his suit and tie. He is bald and elderly, and has a pin with a cross in it on his lapel.
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    • May 5, 1941
    • New temperance leaders

    • Officers of the Southern Colorado Women's Christian Temperance Union pose near a wall. A woman identified as Mrs. Harry Friend, corresponding secretary, wears a dark color dress with a lace collar. Recording secretary, Mrs. E. F. Davisson wears...
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    • 1940 June 20
    • Pony Express Riders

    • Uniformed Boy Scouts of Brush, Morgan County, Colorado, pose with bicycles; some equipped with horns and lamps. Men in cowboy hats, shirts and bandanas are with them; Governor Ralph L. Carr, in a suit and white Homburg hat, holds a scarf. The...
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    • June 29, 1939
    • The boys from home

    • Grand Army of the Republic members pose in suits with medals and ribbons in a parade in downtown Denver, Colorado. These Civil War veterans include (L to R): C. Ricketts, William Butler, J. E. Laycock, Robert McElhose and Tobias Mattox.
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    • Denver ordnance plant

    • Photographic reproduction of a newspaper clipping showing an aerial view of Remington Ordnance Plant in the City and County of Denver, Colorado. The Front Range is in the background.
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    • Lone Valley schoolhouse, southwest of Akron, Colo.

    • The Lone Valley schoolhouse stands on a grassy plain southwest of Akron in Washington County, Colorado. The small, weathered, clapboard, one-room schoolhouse has an entry vestibule, front gables, shingle roof, and brick chimney. A merry-go-round is...
    • Waters, Bob.
    • 1959
    • Members of the Arapahoe County Library Council

    • Members of the Arapahoe County Library Council sit around a table in a room lined with bookshelves. They are left to right, Mrs. Miles Davies, Deer Tail; Mrs. Herman Oliner, Englewood; Mrs. George Hores, Allen Bradley, Aurora and Mrs. Graham...
    • Peters, Bill.
    • February 18, 1964
    • Dinner celebration in Denver for opening

    • Newspaper staff and guests sit at round tables at probably the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado, during a dinner to commemorate the opening of the Moffat Tunnel. Men and women are dressed in suits and ties or dresses and wear tall cone party...
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    • [1928]
    • This is the Cherry Crest Branch of Littleton Public Library

    • A women with two small children is at the door of the Cherry Crest branch of the Littleton Public Library, 5979 South University Boulevard, Colorado. The modern strip mall building has a overhanging roof with large library name on it with...
    • Peters, Bill.
    • February 18, 1964

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