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    • Trianon interior

    • View of the ornate wood surround fireplace in Trianon, formerly called Claremont, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. Telamons and caryatids serve as the support columns for the mantel. A equesterain sculpture sits on the mantel. Wing back...
    • Sealy, Orin A.
    • 1063 December 8
    • Master Property Record Parcel: 0000-05272-022-00

    • This card represents parcel number 0000-05272-022-00 of the Denver Assessor's Office Master Property Records. Each file may contain several cards with different section of the parcel.
    • Denver (Colo.). Dept. of Finance. Assessment Division.
    • 12 p.
    • Interview with Bill Hildenbrand of the Savio House

    • William S. Hildenbrand is the Executive Director of the Savio House at 325 King Street in the Barnum Neighborhood. The Savio House was built in 1910 by Architect William Norman Bowman and his wife Alice May. The house was originally built as a...
    • Seemiller, Jamie
    • 14 May 2010
    • Portrait of a woman

    • Portrait of an unidentified woman with an elaborate gilt frame. She wears a red velvet dress with a low neckline, blue ribbons in her hair and on her sleeves. She holds a small bouquet of flowers.
    • Rigaud, Hyacinthe.
    • 1740
    • Spoon

    • Shows a spoon made of buffalo horn of the Native American Santee Sioux, Mt. Vara River, Nebraska.
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    • 1800
    • Jacquard coverlet

    • Woven bedspread, in navy blue and white, has a floral pattern with border.
    • Robb, Lucinda.
    • 1846
    • Jacquard coverlet

    • Woven bedspread, in navy blue and white, has a floral pattern with border.
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    • 1848
    • Maternal solitude

    • Landscape painting with cattle and coyotes; wood gilt frame.
    • Howland, John Dare, 1843-1914.
    • 1848
    • Coverlet

    • Woven jacquard coverlet, made of blue wool and cotton wefts with cotton warp threads in the double weave technique. American spread eagle in each corner, overall geometric floral pattern and words: "United We Stand, Divided We Fall", "Eve Nellis,...
    • Nellis, Jake.
    • 1858
    • Map of Golden City: laid out in the spring of 1859

    • Golden's town company, known as the Golden City Association, was formed when the town was founded on June 16, 1859. At that time, the town of Golden City was part of Kansas Territory. The Territory of Colorado was created to govern the western...
    • Clarke, R. W.
    • 1859
    • William M. Slaughter of Loveland

    • Studio portrait of William and Martha Slaughter in Loveland (Larimer County), Colorado. He holds a bowler hat and sits in a chair.
    • Riddle, J. R.
    • 1859
    • 1st office of Rocky Mt. News

    • Five men stand in front of the Rocky Mountain News building near 1301 Walnut Street in the Auraria neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Shows a single story wood frame building with brick chimney. Four men wear dark suits and straw boaters or bowlers....
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    • 1859
    • RMN office of early days

    • View of the Rocky Mountain News building near 1301 Walnut Street in the Auraria neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Shows a single story wood frame building with brick chimney.
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    • 1859
    • Corner Blake & 15th

    • Horse-drawn covered wagons are parked near buildings at 15th (Fifteenth) and Blake Streets in downtown Denver, Colorado. Signs on the wood frame buildings read: "Platte House," "Keith & Bond Auction Commission & Storage," and "Meat Market [?]...
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    • 1860
    • Blake Street F & G Sts.

    • Horse-drawn wagons are parked near buildings on Blake Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. Signs on the buildings read: "Wholesale Groceries," "H. Burton Storage & Commission," and "Missouri House."
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1860
    • Denver

    • Horse-drawn wagons are parked near buildings on Blake Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. Oxen and horses are beside wagons. Signs on frame and brick commercial buildings read: "Wholesale Groceries," "H. Burton Storage & Commission," and "Missouri...
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1860
    • Illinois gulch (?)

    • A group of miners with shovels and pitch forks work on a system of sluices possibly in Illinois Gulch, Gilpin County, Colorado. Shows cabins, tents, sign on a business reads: "Star & Johnson, Sterling Industry Wholesale Dealers."
    • Cable, Rufus E.
    • 1860
    • Nevadaville, Colorado

    • A landscape oil painting of Nevadaville, Colorado by Mary Achey. Buildings are in the valley below a range of mountains. Trees dot the landscape and the sky is clear blue and plains can be seen behind the mountains. The frame is gilded and molded...
    • Achey, Mary.
    • 1860
    • Pitcher

    • Shows a Native American (Jicarilla Apache) micaceous clay pitcher. The pitcher has a handle and an indented neck.
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    • 1860
    • Edward W. Wynkoop

    • Studio portrait of Edward Wanshear Wynkoop in Denver, Colorado. He wears gauntlet gloves, a cape, jacket, and scarf as a tie.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1861
    • Gregory Lode looking south Gregory store & F. Smith Bank.

    • Miners pose outside the Gregory Store and the F. Smith Bank at Gregory Gulch near Central City in Gilpin County, Colorado. Frame mine buildings, probably the Gregory Mine, are on the treeless hillside. Shows tailings piles, stone retaining walls,...
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1861
    • Larimer St

    • View of Larimer Street in Denver, Colorado. Two-story wood and brick buildings line the street. Signs read: "Chamberlains Ambrotype & Photographic Gallery", "Bookstore The News Depot", and "Graham's Pioneer Drug Store".
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1861
    • Diary of Margaret Patten Gray Evans

    • Margaret Evans, the wife of John Evans describes her daily life in 1861. She describes her efforts to improve her children, and comments about religion.
    • Evans, Margaret Gray, 1830-1906.
    • 1861
    • Arapahoe-Cheyenne encampment, Denver

    • An oil painting of an Arapahoe-Cheyenne encampment in Denver, Colorado by Ester Yates Frazier. The painting is of a plains landscape with mountains in the background, native american figures, teepees and sky with clouds; the view is westward from...
    • Frazier, Esther Yates.
    • 1861 April
    • Larimer St. Denver

    • An ox train pulls a boiler and covered wagons on Larimer Street in Denver, Colorado. Signs on the buildings read: "W. B. Daniels", "Post Office", "Denver Theater", and "Sloan House".
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1862
    • Falstaff

    • Painting depicts Benedict Debarr in the role of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff (seated).
    • Fletcher, Vernon.
    • 1862
    • Colorado's first brass band

    • Nine men sit and stand with brass instruments and drums in Blackhawk, Colorado. Left to right - Upper row: Snare drummer unknown, J.J. Hamllik, George Stroehle, D.D. Lake, Albert Lintz. Lower row: Adam Schussler, Tulley Jones, Aleck Newton, Alec...
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    • 1862
    • View of Black Hawk Point

    • Reproduction of lithograph; shows Black Hawk, Gilpin County, Colorado, with Gregory Gulch, Chase Gulch, Clear Creek, houses, businesses, and mining facilities.
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    • 1862
    • Diary of Margaret Patten Gray Evans

    • Margaret Evans, the wife of John Evans describes her daily life in 1863. The diary also includes doodles, children's drawings and an accounting ledger.
    • Evans, Margaret Gray, 1830-1906.
    • 1863
    • Fall River near Idaho Springs

    • View of Fall River (Clear Creek County), Colorado. Wooden buildings, log cabins, a tent, and a covered wagon are near Fall River and Clear Creek.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1863
    • 15 St Denver

    • View of 15th (Fifteenth) (F) Street in Denver, Colorado. Signs on the wood and brick business district buildings read: "Broadway Store Dry Goods & Clothing Wholesale & Retail", "Tappan & Co.", "Chemicals Paints Oils Brushes & Glass", and "Drugs"....
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1863
    • Taken after a snowstorm

    • Men stand and pose in the snow-covered street at the corner of 15th (Fifteenth) and Larimer Streets in downtown Denver, Colorado. Men wear short-crowned hats and long overcoats. Signs read: "H.J. Brendlinger Tobacco & Cigars" and "C.A. Cook & Co....
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1863 October 22
    • Central City

    • View of frame houses and buildings on Main and Eureka Streets in Central City (Gilpin County), Colorado. Buildings have gabled roofs or false fronts and signs read: "Concert Hall, Billiard Rooms," "J.H. Lutz, Star Store," and "Drug Store." The...
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    • 1863 or 1864
    • Denver

    • View of 15th (Fifteenth) and Arapahoe Streets in Denver, Colorado. Brick and wood frame houses line the residential streets.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1864
    • Soda Springs 1864

    • A man in a suit sits nexts to rocks that form a shelter over the Soda Spring, in Canon City, Colorado. Men sit by a wooden flume above that is supported by rock piers. Boulders are all around, and foothills are in the background.
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    • 1864
    • Scene on Monument Creek

    • View of rock formations and a stand of pine trees in an open field in Monument Park in El Paso County, Colorado.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Old view of Denver

    • View shows wooden and brick residences and brick commercial buildings in early Denver, Colorado. Signs: "Drugs," "Denver Book Store," "Denver Photographic Rooms," "City Drug Store," "Ambrotypes," "Dry Goods & Clothing," "Storage," "Mission,"...
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1864
    • Old view of Denver

    • View shows wooden residences and the brick Lawrence Street Methodist Episcopal church, Denver, Colorado. The Cherry Creek, Platte River Confluence is in the distance.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • 1864
    • Twin Lakes

    • View across the Twin Lakes Reservoir towards snow covered Mounts Elbert and Massive near Twin Lakes (Lake County), Colorado. A woman wears a dress and stands near a covered wagon along a dirt trail. Fir trees dot the hills.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Twin Lakes in the Rocky Mountains

    • View across the Twin Lakes Reservoir towards Mounts Elbert and Massive near Twin Lakes (Lake County), Colorado. Shows fir trees, rocks and a dirt path. A man and a woman sit on a boulder.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Central City, Colorado Territory

    • Panoramic view of frame and brick buildings on Main Street in Central City (Gilpin County), Colorado. Shows houses and businesses with gabled roofs and false fronts and signs that read: "O.K. Store, Wholesale & Retail," "Central City Bakery,"...
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Planters House

    • View of people, horses, and covered wagons on a dirt street in Denver, Colorado. Shows men, carriages, and wagons in front of the Planters' House building; a two-story, frame hotel and stage stop at the corner of 16th (Sixteenth) Street and Blake...
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Black Hawk, Colorado

    • Panoramic view of frame and brick buildings on Gregory Street in Blackhawk (Black Hawk), Gilpin County, Colorado. Shows the Presbyterian Church with a spire on a hillside, and commercial buildings with signs that read: "Wholesale & Retail...
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Mines of North Empire

    • View of the mines and the buildings near North Empire (Clear Creek County), Colorado.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Scene on Monument Creek

    • A man stands near conical-shaped limestone columns with flat caps of resistant rock in Monument Park, El Paso County, Colorado. Shows scrubby vegetation, a stand of trees is in the distance.
    • Wakely, George D.
    • 1864
    • Quirt

    • A leather Native American (Cheyenne?) quirt (a riding whip) with metal bands on the splayed ends, a brass and steel buckle, and sinew. The quirt was found in Sand Creek.
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    • 1864

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