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    • Macmonnie's barge F-M-P

    • Spectators watch as a float representing a large boat passes by in a parade at 17 (Seventeenth) and Broadway, Denver, Colorado. Several people ride on the float and they wear masks and long white robes, some carry decorated rowing oars and one...
    • Brown, James B., photographer.
    • 1897
    • Making Masks

    • Children make masks at school for Halloween.
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    • Reducing the U.S. Army again, let all savages rejoice

    • Men with rifles wear coyote or wolf masks and wear fringed leggings and ammunition belts, and run down a hillside during a battle against soldiers in U.S. military (Army) uniforms.
    • Nash, Thomas, illustrator.
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    • Original Co. B, 126th Combat Engineers

    • Members of the B company of the 126th Mountain Engineer Battalion pose near barracks at Camp Hale (Eagle County), Colorado. The men wear uniforms and helmets and have gas masks in cases slung over their shoulders. The men are identified as: "Row 1...
    • United States. Army. Signal Corps.
    • [1944?]
    • Alaska, U. S. Indian curios

    • View of a display of wooden Native American artifacts from Alaska includes masks, yokes, totems, arrows, boxes, baskets, and various other artifacts. Cloth, hide, and fur were used on some of the pieces.
    • Partridge.
    • 1887
    • "Hands up", an incident of travel on the plains

    • Bandits in hats and face masks hold up a stagecoach at gun point on a road at night. Stagecoach drivers and a passenger hold their hands up. Two bandits hold the reins of the two teams of spooked horses.
    • Zogbaum, Rufus Fairchild, 1849-1925.
    • 1885 August 29
    • YMCA Littleton Branch

    • Boys and girls play at this YMCA swimming pool in Littleton, Colorado. Some wear face masks; letters in the tile siding read: "5 feet." A brick wall, chain link fence, and YMCA club buildings are in the background.
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    • 1961?
    • Rocky Mountain News office

    • A man is seated at a desk, possibly at the Rocky Mountain News office in the Tabor Building in Denver, Colorado. Numerous papers and a telephone are on the desk. Framed photos and photo montages cover the walls. The ceiling and upper wall trim is...
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [1902?]
    • Rocky Mt. News? or Tabor Bldg. office?

    • A man is seated in a chair in an office possibly at the Rocky Mountain News in the Tabor Building in Denver, Colorado. He is seated near a leather couch. Other furniture in the room includes, a leather chair, a small round table and a wood chair....
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [1902?]
    • State Agricultural College football eleven

    • Group portrait of the Colorado Agricultural College football team in Denver, Colorado; the men are identified as (l to r): Galliher, Tucker, Douglass, Greenacre, Forbes, Pease, H. Emich, Bartels, Newell, McNeil, Fuller, C. Emich, Mills. Uniforms...
    • Bradley, Colorado photographer.
    • 1899, December
    • Concrete conduits

    • Workers weld joint rings to steel cylinders at the Lock Joint Pipe Company in Denver, Colorado. The welders wear protective masks and lean over welding torches.
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    • 1936 September
    • Gunnison group

    • Studio portrait of a Gunnison, Colorado group, possibly dressed for a masquerade ball; top row: Hattie Mullin, John McEwen, Alice Mullin; second row: Mary Williams, Essie Davis (nee McEwen); costumes consist of masks, fans, Civil War uniform,...
    • Dean, Frank E., photographer.
    • [1890]
    • Salish Indians, arts and crafts

    • A Native American (Coastal Salish) man sits amid a display of arts and crafts. Shows wooden fish carvings with long dorsal fins (possibly used to steer boats), clothing, mosaics of various animals on cloth, carved paddles, totems, carved masks,...
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Mine rescue team

    • A group of miners with rescue equipment pose near the mouth of a mine possibly in Las Animas County, Colorado. Many of the men hold face masks with tubes connected to respirator mechanisms strapped to their chests.
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    • c 1900
    • Teller School animal project

    • Several children from Teller Elementary School in Denver, Colorado during a class animal project. In the foreground a girl is sitting on the ground painting stripes onto a paper zebra. In the background six children are standing and seven children...
    • Source unknown..
    • 1937
    • The Katchina dance to the rain gods, Hopi Indians at Shonghopavi, Arizona

    • Native American Hopi men dressed as Kachinas dance in body paint, embroidered kilts with fox skins hanging from their belts, and masks in Shongopavi, Second Mesa, Arizona. They carry rattles made from stones in dried painted gourds and have rattles...
    • Underwood & Underwood.
    • [between 1900 and 1906?]
    • C.F.I. Steel Plant

    • Men wear protective face masks and gloves and hold metal poles over molten steel in an interior view of the Minnequa Plant at the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company complex in Pueblo (Pueblo County), Colorado.
    • Lincoln, F. S.
    • [between 1930 and 1950?]
    • Parade in Longmont

    • The Cornet Band poses during a parade, Longmont, Colorado. The uniformed band members wear smiles and hold their trombones, cornets and tubas at their sides. Horse-drawn carriages show in background; some of the riders wear cloth masks over their...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Matchine [sic] Dance

    • Native Americans of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, perform the Matachines Dance. The dancers wear fabric masks, painted painted mitre headdresses with two feathers and long layers of fabric draped over their buckskin, vests and shirts.
    • Francis, Frank J.
    • [1900?]
    • Santa Clara

    • Native Americans of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, kneel during the Matachines Dance in front of Euro-American style dressed men with drums. The dancers wear fabric masks, painted painted mitre headdresses with two feathers and long layers of...
    • Francis, Frank J.
    • [1900?]
    • Santa Clara

    • Native Americans of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, perform the Matachines Dance in front of Euro-American style dressed men with drums. The dancers wear fabric masks, painted mitre headdresses with two feathers and long layers of fabric draped...
    • Francis, Frank J.
    • [1900?]
    • Shalako (giant courier gods of the rain makers)

    • Reproduction of a painting shows Native American Shalako dancers in 10 foot high costumes of blankets and masks with feathers and their escorts, Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico.
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    • 1900
    • Walpi

    • Native American (Hopi) kachina dancers, some with kilts, face masks, pelts, shaker gourds, and sticks, snake dance, Walpi pueblo, Arizona. Shows side of structure with door, window, and hanging fur pelt.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • KKK mtg. at Table Top Mountain near Golden

    • Panoramic night view of men, members of the KKK, in pointed hoods that cover the face and dark or white robes who stand, or sit on horseback, on Table Top Mountain near Golden (Jefferson County), Colorado. Men in bandanna masks and street clothes...
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    • [between 1924 and 1925]
    • S. Dak. - Crow Creek

    • Native American Lakota Sioux dressed in costumes with white masks and tattered clothes, ride on a wagon, as a policeman with a billy club walks beside them, Crow Creek Reservation, South Dakota. Spectators watch the production from the distance.
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    • 1915?
    • Japanese sword fighters

    • Cast members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show duel with swords while mounted on horses. They wear fencing outfits, mesh masks and helmets.
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    • [1901?]
    • Mesa Verde, excavations

    • Three men excavate a cave in Spruce Tree House at Mesa Verde National Park. A large flood light is in the left foreground. A shovel leans against a mound of dirt behind where the men work. The men are wearing masks to cover their mouths. Two boxes...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1915 and 1926?]
    • Circus

    • Four people dressed in union suits with large tiger masks that cover the entire head pose near a circus tent, Sunflower (Flower) Carnival, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. Three people stand on their hands and knees, one stands.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1898
    • Mesa Verde, excavations

    • A group of men work to excavate a room in the Bone Awl House, a cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park. Deric Nusbaum, right, helps them in one of his first excavations under his stepfather Jesse's supervision. Several rooms have been excavated...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [1926?]
    • Griffin Wheel Co. Plant, Denver, Colo.

    • View of Griffin Wheel Company plant, Denver, Colorado; shows a man on a horse-drawn wagon, industrial buildings with smokestack, stacked wheels, and railroad boxcars lettered: "Chicago, Rock Island and Texas," "Pennsylvania," "Fort Worth &...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • October 16, 1906
    • Sunflower carnival parade

    • A group of musicians hold various musical instuments as they ride on a horse drawn wagon in the Sunflower (Flower) Carnival Parade, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Instruments include a trombone, tuba, and drum. On the wagon hangs a banner that reads:...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1898
    • Sunflower carnival parade

    • Sunflower (Flower) Carnival Parade, Colorado Springs, Colorado: a person in an animal costume inside a cage on top of a horse drawn wagon; a banner reads: "Wild Boars We Often Meet." Behind the wagon are two people in clown outfits with masks, one...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • 1898
    • Band float, Flower Carnival

    • Band members pose on a horse drawn wagon wearing hobo outfits, uniforms, bowler or top hats, suspenders, medals, ribbons, face paint and masks in the Sunflower Carnival Parade, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. They carry trumpets,...
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1893 and 1906?]
    • Japanese

    • Two horsemen, possibly Japanese members of the cast of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, duel with swords while mounted on horses in an arena during a performance of the show. The men wear dark fencing outfits and mesh masks and helmets. The audience...
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    • [1901?]
    • Festival of Mountain and Plain parade

    • Men sit on a horse-drawn float, part of the Festival of Mountain and Plain, during a parade on Broadway in Denver, Colorado. The men wear masks and sit in the decorated carriage. Spectators line the street and sit in grandstands nearby.
    • Kirkland, Charles D., 1851-1926.
    • [1896]
    • The Church Record: vol 1 no 1

    • Newsletter produced by the Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in newsletter is a sermon by different religious leaders within the church, list of new members and events of different church societies.
    • Central Presbyterian Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1901 February 26
    • Locomotive, Burlington & Quincy #537

    • Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Locomotive Number 537, outside framed 2-8-0, Rice Yard coaling tower, Denver, Colorado; man stands on tender and the opens water plug.
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [194-?]
    • Sewer crew

    • Men surround a manhole in a (probably) Denver, Colorado, alley; some hold gas masks or breathing apparatus.
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [between 1910 and 1930?]
    • Hopi

    • Two Native American (Hopi) kachina dancers, wearing face masks and feathers, build a kisi of branches, Snake dance, Walpi pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • Hopi

    • Native American (Hopi) kachina dancers with face masks, feathers, kilts, and pelts. One beats a large drum. Shows pueblo multi-story structure with steps, ladders, windows, and doors and some spectators; Walpi pueblo, Arizona.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1911 and 1920?]
    • Parade float

    • A crowd is gathered to view a parade, probably in St. Augustine, Florida. Several people dressed in costumes and masks ride on a horse-drawn float decorated with stars. An African American man leads the team of horses. Sign on building reads:...
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [between 1920 and 1925?]

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