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    • Indians, Pueblo, Acoma, missions

    • A corner of the 40-foot high, graveyard wall at the San Estevan del Rey Mission and convent at the Acoma Pueblo "Sky City" in New Mexico stands in the foreground. The small scale of two men, one standing at the top of the wall, one seated near him...
    • Acoma (N.M.)--1910-1920.; Convents--New Mexico--1910-1920.; Mission churches--New Mexico--1910-1920.; Pueblos--New Mexico--1910-1920.; Stone walls--New Mexico--1910-1920.
    • [between 1915 and 1920?]
    • Edwin Booth, seated, facing camera, bust

    • Photograph of a portrait, with frame, of head and shoulders of Edwin Booth, actor, wearing suit and tie.
    • Actors--1880-1890.; Booth, Edwin, 1833-1893.
    • [1897 or 1898]
    • His Name on the Door

    • Men and women pose on a stage for a production of "His Name on the Door" in (probably) Colorado; stage features desks, telephone, newspaper rack, portrait of Lincoln, a water cooler, and signs: "Mr. Brent," and "Library." The performers are (L to...
    • Actors--Colorado--1900-1910.; Interiors--Colorado--1900-1910.; Theaters--Colorado--1900-1910.; Caldara, Orme.; Clayton, Ethel, 1884-1966.; Gaston, George.; Goodwin, J. H.; Green, Walter D.; Lee, Ralph, actor.; Sheridan, Frank.; Stone, Mason.;...
    • 1909-1910
    • His Name on the Door

    • Men and a woman pose on a stage for a production of "His Name on the Door" in probably Colorado; stage features a desk, telephone, newspaper rack, portrait of Lincoln, and sign: "Library." The performers are (L to R) Jerome Storm, George Gaston,...
    • Actors--Colorado--1900-1910.; Interiors--Colorado--1900-1910.; Theaters--Colorado--1900-1910.; Gaston, George.; Hale, Louise Closser, 1872-1933.; Lee, Ralph, actor.; Storm, Jerome.
    • 1909-1910
    • Teachers Corps

    • Group portrait of members of the Adams State College Teacher Corps Program, 1975-1977, pose in front of a building in Alamosa, Colorado. They are identified as: standing, Thom Horn; Given Bauer; Dick Richmond, Asst. Supt. Monte Vista; Larence...
    • Adams State College. Teachers Corps Program--People--1970-1980.; Mexican Americans--1970-1980.; Hispanic Americans--1970-1980.; Alamosa (Colo.)--1970-1980.; Teachers.; School superintendents.; Adams State College. Teachers Corps Program--Pictorial...
    • [1977?]
    • Residence of Wm. Lang

    • Presentation view of the William Lang and Jay E. Adams residences, at 1634-38 Washington Avenue, in Denver, Colorado; architectural features include incised stone, an arched porch, bay windows, pediments, and finials.
    • Adams, Jay E.--Homes & haunts.; Lang, William A.--Homes & haunts.; Denver (Colo.)--1880-1900.; Houses--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.; Stone buildings--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.; Streets--Colorado--Denver--1880-1900.
    • [between 1885 and 1893]
    • The Dreamer, Santa Fe, N.M.

    • A woman sits on a round cushion in front of a fireplace in an adobe house in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has her knees drawn toward her and rests her arms on them. She wears a dark dress. A wood cross rests on the mantle above the fireplace. Several...
    • Adobe buildings--1910-1920.; Fireplaces--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Houses--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Interiors--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.
    • [1912?]
    • Indians, Pueblo Romoncitas? boy

    • A young, naked boy, possibly Popovi, son of Maria and Julian Martinez of the San Ildefonso Pueblo in New Mexico, stands on a stick rung of a wooden ladder in front of a light-colored adobe building.
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--1910-1920.; Indians of North America--Children--1910-1920.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--1910-1920.; Martínez, Julián, San Ildefonso Pueblo potter--Family.; Martínez, María Montoya--Family.
    • [1915?]
    • Mexican house near Harrison's North Side River

    • A woman with a broom stands in the door of an adobe house in Northern New Mexico. Corn and garlic hang from the rafters on the porch and corn dries on a cloth. Corn husks, pottery and baskets are nearby. A man and children are at the end of the...
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--1910-1930.; Food drying--New Mexico--1910-1930.; Houses--New Mexico--1910-1930.
    • [between 1915 and 1931?]
    • Sunset at Zuni Pueblo

    • The sun sets over a shallow river near Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico. A large mesa is silhouetted in the distance across from the buildings of the pueblo.
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Mesas--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Pueblos--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Sunrises & sunsets--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Zuni Indians--Structures--1920-1930.
    • [1926?]
    • General view whole Zuni Pueblo

    • Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico, including the gardens surrounded by stick fences, is shown from a distance.
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Pueblos--New Mexico--1920-1930.; Zuni Indians--Structures--1920-1930.
    • [1926?]
    • Entryway of house near Guadalupe from under porch, Santa Fe, N.M.

    • A Hispanic man and woman pose under the porch of the entryway to an adobe house in Santa Fe. The man is seated on a wood chair and the woman stands leaning against the wall. She wears a long, full skirt. A wood ladder is propped against the wall...
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Hispanic Americans-- New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Houses--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.
    • [1912?]
    • Best view of Old Palace restored from West end in street

    • Restoration of the Old Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe was completed in 1913. A wagon stands on the dirt road in front of the Palace. In the distance, burros laden with alfalfa are led up the street. A few people walk under the overhang of the...
    • Adobe buildings--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Pack animals--New Mexico--Santa Fe--1910-1920.; Palace of the Governors (Santa Fe, N.M.)
    • [1913?]
    • Adobe house

    • View of an abandoned adobe house near San Luis (Costilla County), Colorado. Shows an adobe brick building with a sod roof and door and window openings. Sagebrush and trees are nearby. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are in the distance.
    • Adobe buildings.; Houses.; Adobe houses--Colorado--Costilla County--Pictorial works.; Costilla County (Colo.)--Pictorial works.; Costilla County (Colo.)--2000-2010.
    • [between 2005 and 2006?]
    • Indian race

    • Native American men race horses past a crowd of men behind a fence and in viewing stands. Banners read: "Big Special Program at the Crystal Theatre" and "Best Moving Picture ...orchestra."
    • Advertisements--Colorado--1920-1930.; Horse racing--Colorado--1920-1930.; Indians of North America--Social life--1920-1930.
    • [between 1921 and 1931?]
    • Rural folk band

    • Brothers José Filiberto Martinez, far left with violin and Gaspar Martinez, 2nd left with guitar, play with a rural folk band in San Luis Valley, Colorado. Other musicians include a second man with a violin, a man with a washtub, and two men...
    • African Americans--1910-1920.; Hispanic Americans--1910-1920.; Musicians.; Martinez, Gaspar--Pictorial works.; Martinez, Jose Filiberto--Pictorial works.; African Americans--San Luis Valley (Colo. and N.M.)--Pictorial works.; Folk musicians--San...
    • [between 1915 and 1920?]
    • Blues Brothers impersonators

    • Richard Castro, civil rights leader and Colorado legislator, and Michael Simmons perform as the "Blues Brothers" at a fund raiser for Federico Peña, candidate for Mayor of Denver, at the Denver Hilton Hotel in Denver, Colorado. Both men sing in...
    • African Americans--Colorado--1980-1990.; Hispanic Americans--Colorado--1980-1990.; Denver (Colo.)--1980-1990.; Entertainers.; Politicians.; Castro, Richard Thomas, 1946-1991--Pictorial works.; Simmons, Michael--Pictorial works.; African...
    • [1983?]
    • Glenarm Branch, Young Men's Christian Association History

    • Document describing the history of the Glenarm YMCA and it's significance to the African American community in Denver, Colo. Includes narrative, map and photographs. May be part of National Register Application documentation.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--History.; Historic preservation--Colorado--Denver.; Historic buildings--Colorado--Denver.; Architecture--Colorado--Denver--History.; Recreation centers--Colorado--Denver.; Community centers--Colorado--Denver.
    • circa 1982
    • Guests at Lincoln Hills crossing South Boulder Creek bridge

    • A large group of guests at Lincoln Hills crossing a bridge across the South Boulder Creek in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County).
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • circa 1930
    • Lincoln Hills warranty deed list

    • List of property owners for the Lincoln Hills community in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County)
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • circa 1930-1940
    • Letter from Fritz Cansler of the YMCA to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • Fritz Cansler, the Executive Secretary for the YMCA Glenarm Branch in Denver writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community and express interest in purchasing land.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1925 June 25
    • Letter from James H. Teller to Robert E. Ewalt regarding the Lincoln Hills community

    • James H. Teller, attorney at Teller, Whatley and Scott and ex-chief justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado writes a letter to Robert E. Ewalt of the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1925 June 6
    • Letter from J.H.P Westbrook to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • J.H.P Westbrook, a physician and surgeon in Denver writes a letter to Robert E. Ewalt and E.C. Regnier of the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills Community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1925 July 4
    • Letter from Dr. S.H. Hoff to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • Dr. S. H. Hoff, a physician in Five Points writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1925 July 20
    • Letter from G.L. Prince to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • G.L Prince, the Pastor of Zion Baptist Church writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community and describes the unique advantages that the area has for African Americans.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1926 March 17
    • Letter from Hugh McLean to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • Hugh McLean, Assistant Trust Officer Colorado National Bank writes to the Lincoln Hills Company regarding the title for the land.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1927 April 14
    • Letter from George W. Gross to E.C. Regnier

    • George W. Gross (State Highway Department) writes to E.C. Regnier (Lincoln Hills Company) to detail his plans for building on his property in Lincoln Hills.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1927 July 7
    • Letter from O.W. Hamlet to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • O.W. Hamlet writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to express his feelings about the Lincoln Hills resort. Hamlet also describes his cabin that he built.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1928 January 24
    • Letter from William Pitts to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • William Pitts (original contractor for Lincoln Hills houses) writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to describe his experience at Lincoln Hills. He also states that he is available to provide his services to others looking to build in the area.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1928 February 1
    • Letter from Wayman A. Ward to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • Wayman A. Ward (Minister, Shorter Community Church) writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1928 March 1
    • Letter from George G. Ross to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • George G. Ross (attorney) writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills Community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1928 March 15
    • Letter from A.A. Waller to the Lincoln Hills Company

    • A.A. Waller (attorney) writes to the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 1928 March 19
    • Letter from  Bertha R. Perry to E.C. Regnier (Lincoln Hills Company)

    • Bertha R. Perry (Lincoln Community Center, Waukegan, Illinois) writes to E.C. Regnier (Lincoln Hills Company) to express her delight in the Lincoln Hills community.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Undated
    • Winks Lodge

    • Exterior view of Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Fall 2000
    • Winks Lodge side view

    • Exterior view of Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Fall 2000
    • Lincoln Hills cabin

    • Exterior of cabin in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County)
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Fall 2000
    • Lincoln Hills cabin

    • Exterior of a cabin in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County)
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Fall 2000
    • Honeymoon cottage Lincoln Hills

    • Exterior view the Honeymon cottage across the road from Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built by architect Wendall Hamlet.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • Fall 2000
    • Curtiss aircraft

    • Model JN4 "Canuck" two-place biplane No.1R.S. built by Canadian Aeroplanes, Ltd. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, E. 26th Ave. & Oneida St., Denver, Colo., June, 1919.
    • Airplanes--Pictorial works--1910-1920.; Aircraft--Colorado--Denver--1919.; Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation.; Biplanes.
    • 1919

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