1903 directory for the members of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Included in the directory are both an alphabetical and address list of members of the Congregation as well as a brief summary of different church districts within Denver.
Trinity United Methodist Church (Denver, Colo.)--1900-1910.; Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church (Denver, Colo.) -- History. ; Methodist churches--Colorado--Denver--1900-1910.
Report describing significant architectural and historical landmarks in the North Capitol Hill neighborhood. Includes maps, photographs, demographic information and extensive histories of people and buildings.
"The booklet is the memories of University Park recounted by octogenarian Dr. Robert Shattuck who recalls the homes and the families who inhabited them during the earliest times of the Park's existence and community."
The sheer face of the Diamond on Longs Peak, and Chasm Lake, are the backdrop for an individual hiker who stands on a rock on the shore of the lake. The area was used by youth staying at the Byers Peak Ranch for Boys near Fraser, Colorado.
Chasm Lake (Colo.)--1920-1950.; Fraser (Colo.)--1920-1950.; Longs Peak (Colo.)--1920-1950.; Hiking--Colorado--Fraser--1920-1950.
Close-up view of a political cartoon that depicts fingers pointing at a chain. Text includes: "A chain is no stronger than it weakest link," "Guess work," "2 bills," "Confusion," "Automatic," "Double cost," "2 bells," "2 phones," "Experience,"...
Political cartoons--Colorado--1900-1910.; Telephone industry--Colorado--1900-1910.
Men pose beside a horse-drawn dairy wagon on a dirt street probably in Harmon (Washington County), Colorado. Two men have beards; wear suits, overcoats, and hats; and pose near trolley tracks beside a wagon with lettering that reads: "J.C. Beeman,...