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    • 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
    • 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
    • The Family of Wendell Hamlet in back of Winks Panorama (Winks Lodge)

    • Family members Alberta Hamlet, Katherine Patton, Bessie DaVaun, Clarence Hamlet, and Lillian (Hamlet?) stand outside Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the...
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    • circa 1950's
    • The Tucker Family in front of cars by Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Tucker Family includes: William, Linda, Sharon Duncan, Phyllis and Hope. 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...
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    • circa 1950's
    • The Tucker Family stand by a car and Wink's Panorma (Wink's Lodge)

    • Tucker family: Warren, Sharon Duncan, Wendell "Wink" Hamlet and Alberta Hamlet. 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...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Two women stand on the stairs of Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Alberta Hamlet and friend stand on the stairs of Winks Panorama. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado 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...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Two women outside near Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Melba Hamlet and Vivian Hoopers (wife of Benny Hooper) stand outside near Winks Panorama, also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built...
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    • 1957 September
    • Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge) exterior with car

    • 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
    • Hamlet Family in front of Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Hamlet Family: Alberta, Clarence and Wendell "Wink" stand in front of Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Winks Panorama postcard

    • 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
    • Women in front of Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Melba Hamlet in front of Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. 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...
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    • 1957 September
    • Washing dishes near Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Muriel Hamlet washes dishes while a boy chops wood near Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Integrated school board meeting on busing issue

    • African-American (Black) and other women and children enter Knight Elementary School (later Knight Fundamental Academy) at 3245 East Exposition Avenue in the Belcaro neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. An African-American man turns and smiles at the...
    • Schieltz, Melvyn E.
    • 1969
    • Woman holding chicken in front of Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Wendell Hamlet's sister, Lillian hold a chicken near Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Father and daughter with car outside of Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Warren and Linda Tucker with car outside of Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County...
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    • circa 1948-1949
    • Man and woman on porch at Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Bessie DeVaun and Mr. Riley on the porch at Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Tucker family on porch swing at Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Tucker family: Warren Sr., Phyllis, Hope, Sharon, Linda and Wendell "Winks" Hamlet. 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....
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    • circa 1950's
    • Denver Orphans' Home

    • African-American (Black) girls and boys eat at small tables in a room at the Denver Orphans' Home (later the Denver Children's Home) at 1501 Albion Street in the South Park Hill neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. One boy wears a suitcoat and tie. An...
    • Rocky Mountain Photo Company.
    • [between 1910 and 1915?]
    • Man and child pose by car and Wink's Panorama (Winks Lodge)

    • Warren Tucker Sr. and Linda Tucker (Kai Kai) on car in front of Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Tucker and Hamlet family portrait near Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Family includes: Sharon Duncan Tucker, Lillian, Bessie DaVaun, Wendell Hamlet, Clarence Duncan and Katherine Patton Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Wink's Tavern

    • Winks Panorama and Tavern, (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...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Group portrait near Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Group includes: Alberta Hamlet, Sharon Duncan Tucker, Bessie Devaun, Mr. Riley, Lillian, Clarence Hamlet, Katherine Patton. Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Hamlet Brothers and car

    • Wendell "Wink" and his brother Clarence Hamlet pose by a car in the Lincoln Hills area in Pinecliffe, Colorado. Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Broadway Theatre

    • An African-American (Black) woman and men and white men and women pose in front of the Broadway Theater at 1756 Broadway in Denver, Colorado. The African-American men pose with musical instruments. A white man holds a banner that reads "Stetson's...
    • Rocky Mountain Photo Company.
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    • 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
    • Lake Junior High Spring Regatta

    • Young boys with toy sailboats gather at the shore of Sloans Lake at Sloans Lake Park in the Sloan Lake neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The school band is seated with instruments in hand. Students and observers crowd near the shore. Three...
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    • Girls enjoying the water at Camp Nizhoni

    • Camp Nizhoni was a summer camp for African-American girls in Pinecliffe, Colo. in the Lincoln Hills area. The camp was funded by the Young Women’s Christian Organization in 1920.
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    • circa 1950's
    • Mealtime at Camp Nizhoni

    • Camp Nizhoni was a summer camp for African-American girls in Pinecliffe, Colo. in the Lincoln Hills area. The camp was funded by the Young Women’s Christian Organization in 1920.
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    • circa 1950's
    • CSU football team

    • Photomontage of Colorado State University football players who include John W. Mosley, an African-American man. They wear their uniforms and shoulder pads.
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    • 1943
    • Swoops Club from Glenarm YMCA

    • African-American teenage boys and girls pose with John W. Mosley (far right) near an airplane in Denver, Colorado. The members of the Swoops Club, part of the Glenarm Y. M. C. A., wear aviator jackets, some pilot's headgear. One boy wears a suit.
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    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Mr. J.E. Robinson National Advisor

    • Studio portrait of J.E. Robinson, an African-American man, National Advisor of the American Woodmen's Association. He wears a suit, tie, and lapel pin.
    • Fowler, photographer.
    • [between 1901 and 1910?]
    • Juv. contingent American Woodmen

    • African-American boys and girls, members of the children's group of the American Woodmen's Association, pose with a woman probably in Denver, Colorado. The boys wears uniforms that include peaked caps. The girls wear wide-brimmed hats and shawls.
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    • 1920
    • Canon of the Rio Las Animas

    • A narrow gauge Denver & Rio Grande Railway excursion train stops along the Rio De Las Animas River (Animas River) in Animas Canyon, near Silverton (La Plata County), Colorado. Women passengers sit on rocks as men fish in the river. An...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • 1887
    • American Woodmen member

    • Studio portrait of an African-American man, a member of the American Woodmen's Association. He wears uniform which includes a double breasted jacket with epaulets and pins that read "A. W." and a peaked cap with a decorative pin.
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    • [between 1901 and 1910?]
    • Gilpin School 8th grade

    • An African-American (Black) boy and white students of the eighth grade class sit on the steps of Gilpin School at 29th (Twenty-ninth) and Stout Streets in the Five Points neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Teachers stand beside them. Teachers and...
    • Lillybridge, Charles S., 1849-1935.
    • 1894 Nov. 23
    • American Woodmen's Association office on Downing Street

    • African-American men, women, and children, members of the American Woodmen's Association and Shriners, many in costume or uniform, pose with banners and pennants near the Association's office at 2100 Downing Street in the Five Points neighborhood...
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    • [1952]
    • American Woodmen band

    • African-American men and women, members of an American Woodmen's Association band, pose outdoors near an office in Cleveland, Ohio. They pose with their instruments that include drums, clarinets, trumpets, trombones, and baritones. A banner and...
    • Katz Studio.
    • [between 1930 and 1940?]
    • Bruce Randolph at street naming

    • "Daddy" Bruce Randolph, an African-American restaurant owner and philanthropist, holds a street sign that bears his name during a ceremony in Denver's Five Points neighborhood, Colorado. Mayor Federico Pena, City Councilman Hiawatha Davis, and...
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    • [either 1984 or 1985]
    • Two young children in the mountains in Lincoln Hills

    • Linda and Warren Tucker pose outside in the mountains near Pinecliffe, Colorado in the Lincoln Hills County Club area which was the only African-American mountain resort in the western United States at the time.
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    • circa 1950's
    • Outdoor picnic at Camp Nizhoni

    • Outdoor picnic at Camp Nizhoni. Camp Nizhoni was a summer camp for African-American girls in Pinecliffe, Colo. in the Lincoln Hills area. The camp was funded by the Young Women’s Christian Organization in 1920.
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    • circa 1950's
    • Daddy Bruce Randolph

    • Portrait of Daddy Bruce Randolph, African-American restaurateur and philanthropist, in (possibly) Denver, Colorado.
    • Whitacre, Roger.
    • 1980
    • Portrait of a man

    • Studio portrait of an African-American (Black) man. He wears a suit, vest, and patterned neck tie. His hair is cut close to his head and he has a thin moustache.
    • Aultman, Oliver E.
    • 1890
    • Mex. Indep. Day

    • Chicano men and women and an African-American man participate in a march to commemorate Mexican Independence Day on 32nd (Thirty-second) Avenue at Zuni Street in Denver, Colorado. Some of the marchers wear straw sombreros.
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    • 1969 September 16
    • Letter from William Pitts to his family

    • Letter from Willam Pitts to his family. Pitts was one of the original builders for the Lincoln Hills Country Club area in Pinecliffe, Colorado. The Lincoln Hills County Club area was the only African-American mountain resort in the western United...
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    • 1926 May 1
    • Zephyr View Cabin

    • The Zephyr View Cabin was built by William Pitts in the Lincoln Hills County Club area in Pinecliffe, Colo. Lincoln Hills was the the only African-American mountain resorts in the western United States during the early and middle 20th century....
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    • circa 1950's
    • Mrs. J. J. Brown Palm Beach

    • Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown poses in a wicker rickshaw pushed by an African-American man in Palm Beach, Florida.
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    • 1926
    • Colorado Statesman liquor store interior

    • Chinese women and an African-American man stand behind the counter of a liquor store in Denver, Colorado. Liquor bottles and displays read: "Cream of Kentucky," "Old Quaker," "Wilken Family," "Coca-Cola," and "Golden Wedding".
    • Rocky Mountain Photo Company.
    • 1937 September
    • Palm Beach Mrs. J. J. Brown

    • Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown poses in a wicker rickshaw pushed by an African-American man in Palm Beach, Florida. She wears a dress decorated with fur and buckles.
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    • 1926

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