Interior view of women, in an informal pose at a desk, in the Rocky Mountain News building at 1720 Welton Street in Denver, Colorado. A typewriter and phone are on the desk and calendars hang on the wall.
Portrait of Lee Taylor Casey, columnist at the Rocky Mountain News, holds a large egg inscribed: "Presented To Lee Taylor Casey By Mayor Begole And Walter B. Lowry, Mgr. Imp. & Parks, First Ostrich Egg Laid In City Park Zoo, April 27th 1933."
View of office interior with large group of Rocky Mountain News staff, Denver, Colorado. Shows: telephones, desk, papers, clock, map, sign on wall reads: "Notice You Are Forbidden To Touch Machines Or Tamper With Switches. G. O'Halloran T. D. R."
Men identified as Rocky Mountain News staff members stand in a row in front of tables that hold election tabulating machines inside the Rocky Mountain News building at 1720 Welton Street in Denver, Colorado. Some men work the machines, others study...