Portrait of William Henry Jackson as he appeared upon his arrival in Salt Lake City, Utah, after a season as a bullwhacker on the Overland Trails. He is dressed in a ragged hat, coat and pants. He has on high boots and holds a bullwhip. Lettering...
Bullockies--1860-1870.; Photographers--1860-1870.; Watercolors--1930-1940.; Whips--1860-1870.; Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
Satirical portrayal of nine City Council members: Harry W. Risley; Arvell A. Blakley (with gavel in hand); Harry Rosenthal; Louis Straub; C. Paul Harrington; Oskar N. Anderson; Louis Staford; Harold M. Webster; William Knight; Miss Cox, and a face...
Speer, Robert Walter, 1855-1918--Pictorial works.; Denver (Colo.). City Council--Pictorial works.; Political satire--Pictorial works.
A portrait of Mary Elitch Long. Her dress is brown and red velvet and has a wide gathered white lace collar, square neckline, standing square collar, bustle, gold and brown brocade, stomacher, cuffs, half sleeves with ruffle and frill cuffs. She...
A bust (3/4 view) portrait of Mr. P. T. Barnum. His hair is white, curly and bald at the very top; he wears a pleated shirt, black bowtie and jacket. The background is dark green, brown and black; the painting itself is on rectangular linen canvas...
Men--1880-1890.; Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891.
A bust (3/4 view) portrait of Mrs. P. T. Barnum [Nancy Fish Barnum?]. She wears an ivory lace cap with a bow in the front and red flower on one side of her curled hair; a lace collar, circular locket with a bird painting on it and a black bodice...
Women--1880-1890.; Barnum, P. T. (Phineas Taylor), 1810-1891--Family.
An oil portrait of the bust of Mr. Henry P. H. Bromwell by Henrietta Bromwell. He has short gray hair and a white beard; he wears a standing collar, black stock, vest and jacket with lapels. The frame is gilded, gessoed and molded wood. The...
Men--1870-1890.; Bromwell, Henry Pelham Holmes, 1823-1903.
A oil portrait of Mrs. Henry P. H. Bromwell by George Wright. Mrs. Bromwell is seated, has long black curls and wears a black dress with red lace. She sits on a brown sofa and there are red flowers in the background.
Women--1860-1870.; Bromwell, Henrietta E. (Henrietta Elizabeth)
An oil portrait of Mr. Charles Humburg by Albert Salzbrenner. Mr. Humburg is seated in a chair; he has a moustache and wears a white shirt, gray cravat, tan vest, black jacket and gray trousers. The frame is plain wood.
An oil portrait of the side profile bust of Bishop John Franklin Spalding. He has white hair, a mustache and a beard. He wears a black robe with white, gathered and full sleeves. The frame is gilded and molded wood shaped in an oval.
Bishops--1880-1902.; Men--1880-1902.; Spalding, John Franklin, 1828-1902.
An oil portrait of Chief Sitting Bull by Charles S. Stobie. Chief Sitting Bull wears a headdress with feathers, necklace, sash, fringed tunic and hold a smoking pipe in his hands. The painting has a rectangular varnished wood frame.
Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Tribal chiefs--1890-1900.; Sitting Bull, 1834?-1890.
An oil portrait of Sioux Chief Gall. He wears a feather in his long braided hair, a pelt, robe, red shirt with an open collar and he holds a fan. A lodge is in the background. The rectangular frame is varnished wood.
An oil portrait of Sioux Chief Little Wolf by Charles S. Stobie. He wears a feather headdress, shirt, breastplate and sash; in the background is a landscape of trees. The frame is rectangular and varnished wood.
Dakota Indians--1900-1910.; Tribal chiefs--1900-1910.; Little Wolf, Dakota Chief.
An oil portrait of Native American Running Crow. He rides a white horse. Mountains are in the background, large rocks are on the landscape and the sky is filled with white and gray clouds. The rectangular frame is gessoed and gilded wood.
Running Crow.; Horseback riding--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.
An oil painting (portrait) of Jim Baker. He has blond hair, moustache and goatee and he holds a rifle in one hand. Baker wears buckskin clothing, a beaded rectangular pouch and holds a hat. In the background are mountains, trees and sky. The frame...
An oil portrait of the bust of Byron Carr. He has black and gray hair, moustache and beard; he wears a white collar shirt, black suit with a vest and jacket and a gold collar pin. The frame is gilded, gesseoed, carved and molded wood.
An oil portrait painting of Colonel John M. Chivington. He stands next to a brown pillar. He is bald and has a white moustache and beard. He wears a white shirt, dark suit and two ribbon medals. The painting is unframed.
Men--1870-1880.; Chivington, John M. (John Milton), 1821-1894.
An oil portrait of Governor Job A. Cooper, governor of Colorado from 1889-1891. He has black hair and moustache and he wears a white collar shirt, black necktie and dark jacket. The background is green and gray. The frame is gilded, gessoed and...
Portrait of Augusta Tabor, first wife of Horace A. W. Tabor; she wears eyeglasses, earrings, a broach, g gold chain, and a lace collar over a black fitted bodice with gold buttons. The painting has a gilded framed.
Portrait of Elizabeth Bonduel McCourt "Baby Doe" Tabor, second wife of millionaire Horace Tabor. Her hair is curled in an upsweep style. She wears earrings, a necklace with a matching broach, and a yellow dress with a low neckline.
View of a painting depicting Sarah Bernhardt in one of her more famous roles. This image was a picture in which Margaret "Molly" Tobin Brown envisioned herself. As a joke, she had an article published in a Denver newspaper that claimed this was her...
Actresses--1950-1960.; Women--1890-1920.; Bernhardt, Sarah, 1844-1923--Portrayals.; Brown, Margaret Tobin, 1867-1932--Associated objects.
Reproduction of a lithograph of a painting depicts Pushmataha, Choctow Native American tribal chief, wearing a military jacket with epaulets and ruffled shirt and short cropped hair. Pushmatah (also known as Apushamatahubib, Warrior's Seat Is...
Choctaw Indians--1830-1840.; Indians of North America--1830-1840.; Military officers--1830-1840.; Pushmataha, ca. 1764-1824.