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    • Cup & pin game

    • Shows a cup and pin game of the Native American Sioux . The game has a metal pin, small bone cups, rawhide, a loop and pink, red, white and blue beadwork.
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    • [between 1860 and 1880]
    • Cradleboard

    • Shows a Native American (Arapaho?) cradleboard. It features decorative opaque, red, white, black and green beadwork in geometric designs. The cradleboard has a leather thong, stained wood, lining dark brown velveteen, canvas backing and 1 calico?.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Denver Orphan's Home Historic Building Application Forms

    • Record contains both the Colorado Historical Society's Historic Record Inventory Sheet and the United State's Department of Interior's National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for the Denver Orphan's Home.
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1993
    • Joe Ambler's [?] tipee

    • A white woman sits on a tarp with two Native American (Plains) men near a tepee and a wooden building. The tepee is described as belonging to Joe Ambler [?]. The woman wears a full length, dark colored dress and a hat.
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    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Ouray outhouse near Montrose, Colo., McKee standing

    • A man identified as McKee stands outside of an adobe building described as an outhouse on the property formerly owned by Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. It is a single story structure with two single leaf and one double leaf doors, an overhanging...
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    • [between 1905 and 1925?]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 6 No 10

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1970 February
    • "Correr el Gallo," Sunday sports in southern California

    • A man on horseback reaches for the neck of a partly buried rooster in an event described as "Correr el Gallo" or "Running the Cock" in California. Men spectators wear hats and sit on horseback or on the ground. Shows a man with a lasso, and...
    • Frenzeny, Paul.
    • 1877 March 3
    • Beaver totem

    • View of a tall Native American (Coastal Salish) totem pole in front of a wooden residence. It is described as the Beaver totem and features human-like forms and a beaver head.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Pouch

    • A tanned leather pouch (Native American Ute) used by Chipeta. The pouch has multicolor lazy stitch beadwork in triangle, diamond and band designs, a flap, strap, thong, sinew and fringe at the bottom.
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    • [between 1875 and 1900]
    • Augusta and Horace Tabor's house

    • View of the Horace and Augusta Tabor home, on East 5th (Fifth) Street, in Leadville, (Lake County), Colorado; shows a frame house with a bay window and bargeboard.
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    • 1931
    • Notice of location of a quartz claim

    • Reproduction shows a hand-written mining claim for the Bunker Hill Lode, on Milo Creek, in the Yreka Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, signed by Philip O'Rourke and Whitney [?] N. S. Kellogg.
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    • September, 1885
    • Supt. Norton and Ruth R. Buffalo Bull, oldest living Ponca Indian

    • A white man, identified as Superintendent Norton, poses next to a Native American (Ponca) woman, identified as Ruth R. Buffalo Bull on an open plain. Norton wears shoes, pants, an overcoat, and a hat. Ruth Buffalo Bull, described as the oldest...
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    • 1917?
    • Recen

    • View of frame houses and road grades in the mountains above the mining town of Recen (Kokomo, Summit County), Colorado. Shows commercial buildings with false fronts, mine buildings and tailings piles. Identification: "1. Stable owned by Prior...
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    • [between 1882 and 1895?]
    • Matchless Mine

    • View of the Matchless Mine in Leadville (Lake County), Colorado; shows a headframe, shop, privy, and shed, tailings, and the home of Baby Doe Tabor.
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    • 1928, May 24
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the opera house was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera...
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    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Central City Opera House

    • Patrons stand outside the Central City Opera House before a performance of Othello. The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri"...
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    • 1934
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
    • Draper, Ben.
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    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin...
    • Newbury, Samuel S.
    • 1936
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878 and described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is...
    • Draper, Ben.
    • 1940
    • Central City Opera House

    • Opened in 1878, the Central City Opera House was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin County granite, except for...
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    • [between and 1880 and 1890?]
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, partially obscured by a tree branch, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s and was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house...
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    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was reopened in 1932 after renovation. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is...
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    • 1934
    • Indian delegation at White House

    • Native American (Sioux, Pawnee, Potawatomi, and Sac & Fox) men pose with white men near the White House in Washington, D. C. The Native American men wear leggings, blankets, bead necklaces, fur pelts, hats, feather roaches, and headdresses.
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    • 1858 January 1
    • Central City Opera House

    • A billboard on the left side of the Opera House entrance reads "Central City Opera House Association, Inc., Sixth Annual Play Festval July 17 to August 7, 1937 Mr. Richard Aldrich Presents Miss Ruth Gordon, Mr. Dennis King, Mr. Walter Slezak, Mr....
    • Newbury, Samuel S.
    • 1937
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
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    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the opera house was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera...
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    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
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    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, Central City

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the Central City Opera House was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the...
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    • [between 1900 and 1930?]

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