View of a portion of the business district on Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado. Signs on the two-story brick buildings read: "Stoves Sheet Iron Copperware", "Hardware Cutlery Tinware", "Jewelry Manufactory", "J. H. Hense & P. Gottesleben", and...
Roof-top view of businesses on Market (Holladay) Street in Denver, Colorado. Signs on buildings read: "Bank", "Oswald and Hanemann Meat & Vegetable Market", "Goss & Reter Storage And Commission", "Leather & Shoe Findings Storage & Commission",...
Studio portrait (sitting) of Spotted Fawn, a Native American (Sioux) man. He holds a bow and arrow. He is wrapped in a blanket and wears a hair pipe choker with shell pendant, fur pelts over his braids, and a feather in his hair.
Dakota Indians--1870-1890.; Indians of North America--1870-1890.; Spotted Fawn.
View of the Lawrence Street Methodist Episcopal Church on the corner of 14th (Fourteenth) and Lawrence Streets in Denver, Colorado.
Lawrence Street Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.)--1860-1870.; Denver (Colo.)--1860-1870.; Churches--Colorado--Denver--1860-1870.; Methodist Episcopal churches--Colorado--Denver--1860-1870.; Streets--Colorado--Denver--1860-1870.
Studio portrait (standing) of a Native American (Potawatomi) man. He holds a war club and fringed rifle sheath and wears moccasins, leggings, a breechcloth, quill-work shirt, and scarves in his braids.
Indians of North America--1870-1880.; Potawatomi Indians--1870-1880.; Clothing & dress--1870-1880.
A portrait of William Newton Byers, Denver journalist, founder of Rocky Mountain News, civic leader, president of Festival of Mountain and Plain, and postmaster. He sits on a chair with tassels and holds a paper.
Business people--American--Colorado--1860-1870.; Journalists--American--Colorado--1860-1870.; Postmasters--Colorado--Denver--1860-1870.; Byers, William Newton, 1831-1903.
Photograph of four cartes de visites of Denver, Colorado, held together with paperclips, from top left: Larimer Street with horses, wagons, and businesses; two large, unidentified houses; Colorado Seminary; first U.S. Denver Branch Mint on Market...
Standing portrait of Kate Lee, a Black woman, daughter of Jeremiah Lee; she props a book up on a tall table beside her; her dark dress is tightly belted high on her waist; she wears a bow in her hair and drop earings.
Printed advertisement from Mountain City, Gilpin County, Colorado, reads: "A. Vancamp. Mountain City, Cash Market C. P. Dupree's Sugar Cured Hams & Bacon. Dealer In Fresh & Salt Meats, Salt Fish, Butter, Lard, Eggs, Vegetables, &c. Central City,...
Mountain City (Colo.)--1860-1870.; Advertisements--1860-1870.
Standing studio portrait of Native Americans (Ute); Chief Douglass wears leggings, a shirt, moccasins, conchos and a felt hat; the woman wears braids, a dress, necklaces, moccasins, and has fur draped over her arm. Both have leather objects...
Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Ute Indians--Women--1860-1870.; Tribal chiefs--1860-1870.; Douglass, Ute Chief.
View of the Rocky Mountain News building, at 1555-59 Larimer Street, in Denver, Colorado, a brick office with arched windows and signs: "News Block," "Rocky Mountain News," "United States Express Co.," and "Overland Daily Mail Express & Stable Line.
Horse-drawn wagons are parked near a group of buildings on Blake Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. Signs on the buildings read: "Occidental Billiard Hall Reading Rooms," "City Bakery Wholesale & Retail," "Groceries Provisions," and "Variety...
Studio portrait of Second Lieutenant Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, Colorado Volunteers, First Cavalry Regiment, Company G.
United States. Army. Colorado Cavalry Regiment, 1st (1862-1865)--People.; Cavalry--Colorado--1860-1870.; Men--Colorado--1860-1870.; Military officers--Colorado--1860-1870.; Tappan, S. F. (Samuel Forster), d. 1913.
Studio portrait of Captain William H. Green, Colorado Volunteers, Second Cavalry Regiment, Company E; uniform includes a sword and tassles.
United States. Army. Colorado Cavalry Regiment, 2nd (1863-1865)--People.; Cavalry--Colorado--1860-1870.; Military officers--Colorado--1860-1870.; Green, William H., Captain, 2nd Colorado Cavalry regiment.