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    • Quilt

    • A rectangular quilt made from pieced commercial cotton, wool and silk cut and arranged in a log cabin and diamond design. Colors on the quilt include lavender, red, beige and blue. It is edged with black piping and braided wool.
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    • [between 1850 and 1860]
    • Caribbean fort

    • View of a military fort with a lighthouse tower probably on the northeast coast of Florida.
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    • [between 1920 and 1925?]
    • Jacqueline G. Peterson-Hall

    • Jacqueline G. Peterson-Hall 1956 Real Estate Developer The first African-American female in the State of Colorado to develop a 7 million dollar housing/mixed use project. Mrs. Peterson-Hall is the CEO/President of Eldercare 2000 Inc. and founder...
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    • undated
    • Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge) exterior

    • Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County Club area which was the only...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Carlos and Amana Rosales

    • Carlos and Amana Rosales stand in a hallway of an unidentified house.
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    • undated
    • Gully Homestead Certificate

    • John Gully received this Homestead Certificate in 1887 for 160 acres of land in what is now Aurora. A few years later he inherited the original Gully family property, which he grew to 1120 acres for grazing and raising draft horses and cattle.
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    • 1887 July 18
    • George Samuel Clark and family

    • Photograph of George Samuel Clark and his family taken in Seymour Indiana. Front row are Tom, Lizzie, Luella, George, and Martha Jane. Back row are Mary, Sally, Rosella and Susan Clark.
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    • circa 1885
    • Estes Park from Park Hill

    • View of Estes Park, Colorado, from Park Hill (about four miles southeast of Estes Park); narrow dirt road is flanked by barbed-wire fence and aspen and pine trees; mountain range of the Rocky Mountain National Park in distance.
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    • [between 1911 and 1920]
    • Abstract.

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    • ca. late 1950s
    • 720 Emerson

    • This house was designed by Aaron M Gove and Thomas F Walsh with a remodel in 1926 by Burnham Hoyt. It is an English Tudor style and visible is the foliated design that borders the bay window.
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    • 1997
    • Sebastian Cabot Owens

    • Sebastian Cabot Owens Director, Colorado Urban League Minority groups field representative, 1941-1948; Urban League of Colorado, 1948-1975; executive director, Urban League of Colorado, 1952. Guest lecturer at University of Denver and University...
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    • undated
    • Two Men in front of Wink's Lodge

    • Two men stand on the stairs of Winks Lodge, (also known as Winks Panorama) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County Club...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Georgie's Great Adventure

    • The painting that is the cover for my children's book, Georgie's Great Adventure published on Blurb.com November 2012. The story is set in Denver and based on a true story of a cat who disappeared near Washington Park.
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    • December 4, 2012
    • Aspen.

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    • ca. 1950
    • 681 Lafayette Street

    • This house in a Neo-Jacobean style was designed by Frederick Sterner and George Williamson in 1906.
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    • 1997
    • Classical mythology

    • Copy of an illustration of four medallions from mythology.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Hay Ranch below Coulter

    • A wood fence borders the near field of a ranch in Colorado, possibly the home of John A. Coulter in Clear Creek County. Coulter was a judge in Georgetown and was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 1880. A ranch house stands across...
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    • [between 1899 and 1910?]
    • Biography, unidentified groups

    • A large group of unidentified men in suits poses in rows on the steps leading up to an entrance with a pointed arch on top.
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    • [between 1910 and 1931?]
    • Elevation [and] plan Architectural League Competition, New York

    • This item (1 of 179) is from the Gove and Walsh Architectural Drawing 1888-1926 collection (C MSS WH1542). This drawing is a competition drawing for the Architectural League Competition in New York and shows a detailed elevation and floor plan of...
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    • [19--?]
    • George Morrison, Sr.

    • George Morrison, Sr. Musician Violinist, orchestra leader, music teacher, churchman and philanthropist; served on Mayor's Committee on Music, 1947-1960; furnished music on the famous Denver Post Special Train to Cheyenne, Wyoming Frontier Days...
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    • undated
    • Rosales children with cousin

    • Photograph of Carlos and Amana Rosales with a cousin while sitting at a table on a back porch.
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    • undated
    • Children standing in front of a Wink's Mountain Cabin truck

    • 9 children stand in front of a Wink's Mountain Cabin truck in the Lincoln Hills area near Pinecliffe, Colorado. The Lincoln Hills County Club during the early and middle 20th century was the only African-American mountain resort in the western...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Portrait of a man

    • Studio portrait (standing) of a man. He stands near a wooden fence and a painted background. He wears a suit, a duster coat with fur collar and cuffs, and a hat.
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    • [between 1890 and 1915?]
    • Biography, unidentified groups

    • Three unidentified men stand in front of a screened-in porch of a house. The man in the middle wears his pants tucked into his cowboy boots. All three wear suits.
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    • [between 1915 and 1931?]
    • Edna Wilson Mosley

    • Edna Wilson Mosley Aurora City Councilwoman First African American to be elected to the Aurora, Colorado City Council. (1991) Edna Wilson Mosley has demonstrated her commitment to the advancement of human rights and social justice through...
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    • undated
    • Arie Parks Taylor

    • Arie Parks Taylor March 27, 1927-September 27, 2003 Politician and Businesswoman, State Representative, Colorado House of Representatives "The "Fierce Black Woman from Colorado." Arie Parks Taylor's accomplishments are numerous and well known...
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    • undated
    • Davie's Chuck Wagon Diner

    • A favorite of many Lakewood residents, Davie's Chuck Wagon Diner first opened in 1957 by Lyman Davies. He ordered a prefabricated steel sided unit from New Jersey. It was transported by rail from New Jersey to Denver and it the total cost of the...
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    • Undated
    • Brackman Family Portrait

    • Photograph of the Brackman Family in 1910 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Included in the photograph at Charles Brackman and Alice Holthusen Brackman with six children.
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    • circa 1910
    • 701 Race

    • Montana Fallis and Robert Willison designed this house in an eclectic style, and it was built in 1911.
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    • 1997
    • Biography, unidentified groups

    • A large group of unidentified men in suits poses in three rows in front of a large doorway with a round arch of windows on its top. The men in the front row kneel on one knee.
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    • [between 1910 and 1931?]
    • Walker Anderson

    • Walker Anderson 1866-1904 Construction Man Came to Denver in 1880 to learn the brick laying trade; helped construct the old Denver Court Housem State Capitol, Daniels and Fisher building, Mining Exchange, Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs, and the...
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    • undated
    • Syl Morgan-Smith

    • Syl Morgan-Smith Communicator and Community Leader Mrs. Syl Morgan-Smith was one of the first African American television news anchorwomen in Colorado. She was a weather forecaster, sportscaster, television talk show host, newspaper editor, and...
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    • undated
    • Cary (Carey) girls and Alfred Bennett

    • Photograph of Janice and Joyce Cary (Carey) with their cousin Alfred Bennett standing on some porch steps in Denver, Colorado.
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    • circa 1938

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