View of front exterior facade of the Lake County Courthouse shows a building decorated with bunting on the west side of Harrison Avenue in Leadville, Colorado. Designed by architect George King in 1879, the two story brick building has a low hip...
Postmaster George Longmore stands behind the service window, and Lela Biella Zurick stands in front of the postal mail boxes beside the window, Louisville Post Office, Colorado. Signs hung on the wall of mailboxes include: "Buy War Savings Stamps...
Louisville (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Post offices--Colorado--Louisville--1910-1920.; Longmore, George.; Zurick, Lela Biella.
The St. Aloysius Convent and School, a boarding and day school, was opened in 1875 in Central City, Colorado, by the Sisters of St. Aloysius. The Victorian building is a two and one-half story structure that accommodated up to one hundred...
St. Aloysius Convent & School (Central City, Colo.)--1870-1940.; Central City (Colo.)--1870-1940.; Schools--Colorado--Central City--1870-1940.
Cowboys sit on horses and pose in a row near Yellow Creek in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. The men wear cowboy hats, vests, and boots and carry lariats. A herd of steer is on a hillside behind men on horses.
Rio Blanco County (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Cattle herding--Colorado--Rio Blanco County--1910-1920.; Cowboys--Colorado--Rio Blanco County--1910-1920.; Horseback riding--Colorado--Rio Blanco County--1910-1920.
U.S. Air corps and other allied pilots provided bombing and strafing support for the Tenth Mountain Division on Mt. Belvedere, Italy, under the code name: Rover Joe. Shown facing camera in the observation point are Lt. Robert Egner, of the South...
Air warfare--Italy--1945.; Military officers--American--Italy--1940-1950.; Badenhorst, W.; Egner, Robert.; Gaber, Edward.; Liversidge, Law.; United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th.; World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Italy.
Pueblo, Colorado, aerial view shows streets covered in mud and debris, freight cars scattered, and dotted with standing water. Arkansas River is to the north, and the containing walls of the river pass through town, crossed by bridges. Locations...
Studio, three-quarter length portrait of J. H. Mooers, an army surgeon killed in the Battle of Sand Creek in November, 1864. Costume: long, dress, double breasted military coat with epaulets. Shortly-cropped hair and a goatee.
Military officers--United States--1900-1910.; Military uniforms--United States--1900-1910.; Physicians--1900-1910.; Mooers, J. H.
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