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    • San Ildefonso

    • Portrait of unidentified Native American children (San Ildefonso Pueblo); costumes include laced shoes, a sweater, skirt, and bib overalls.
    • Miller, M. Photographer.
    • April, 1938
    • Kemp Cabin just completed 1893

    • The Kemp family log cabin is framed by a circle in this image taken when the cabin was first completed in 1893 near Eldora in Boulder County, Colorado. Photographer Donald C. Kemp's father John H. Kemp was a mine operator in Central City in Gilpin...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [between 1935 and 1950?]
    • Mining contest, drilling

    • Miners drill into rock with a pneumatic drill, at a demonstration in (probably) Colorado.
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    • [between 1940 and 1950]
    • Original homestead of Boyd White, built 1858

    • In Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado, Boyd White poses with a dog outside his cabin; shovels and tools lean on the hewn log structure. Small image is of a frame house.
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    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Andy Hamilton's Beard

    • Snapshot of Andy Hamilton's giant beard at WaterCourse Foods where he works.
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    • 2012 April
    • Sixteenth Street above Curtis

    • View of Curtis Street, in Denver, Colorado; shows pedestrians, office buildings, bunting, United States flags, and sign: "The May Co."
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    • [between 1900 and 1904]
    • Jim Kid

    • James G. Willoughby sits on a dark horse; he wears woolies and a pistol in a holster.
    • Kirkland, Charles D., 1851-1926.
    • 1882
    • Captain Harold Osborne in Pietra Colora, Italy

    • Casual portrait of Captain Harold Osborne, Commanding Officer of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Headquarters Company, eating lunch without his shirt on a sunny day in Pietra Colora, Italy. Behind Osborne are stone...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Col. Works discussing battle plans at the sand table, Passatore, Italy

    • Colonel Works, commander of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Third Battalion, constructed a sand table, or three dimensional model, of the terrain that his men would be attacking during the April drive. According to the photographer the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945 April 12
    • Le Costa Ridge, Italy

    • View of a stone building and apple trees in blossom on Le Costa Ridge. This was one of the battle fields of the Tenth Mountain Division during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April, 1945
    • Col. Works's sand table, Passatore, Italy

    • Colonel Works, commander of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Third Battalion, constructed a sand table, or three dimensional model of the terrain that his men would be attacking during the April drive. According to the photographer the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945 April 12
    • Silhouette of soldier with rifle

    • Silhouette of a Tenth Mountain Division soldier in helmet and rifle with a sunset or sunrise in the background.
    • Allen, David B.
    • [1943-1944]
    • Weekend pass

    • Five Tenth Mountain Division soldiers look toward the camera seated inside a convertible car at Carl Tack's gas station. Bill Southworth, the photographer, is seated farthest from the camera, in the car behind the driver. In the background, the gas...
    • Southworth, William A.
    • [1943-1944]
    • "Alabama" Smith

    • Portrait of "Alabama" Smith of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I, taken during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • "Bailey Bridge" at Malandrone, Italy

    • The bridge at Malandrone was needed to support the Tenth Mountain Division's attack on March 3, 1945. To complete it many men died. The Germans shelled the draw continuously while the work was under way, and twice knocked it out. Once complete, the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [March] 1945
    • "Pauvre Italia!" destroyed landscape

    • Landscape showing destruction caused by German artillery, Possibly where the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company L was located on "Punchboard Hill" above Malandrone, Italy.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [March] 1945
    • "Punchboard Hill" and La Serra, Italy

    • View of an assembly area above Malandrone, which was named "Punchboard Hill" by Tenth Mountain Division troops because it suffered heavily from artillery barages. The village of La Serra was also shelled.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March, 1945
    • "Punchboard Hill" and the road to Abetaia, Italy

    • Small sector of "Punchboard Hill" site of a heavy German artillery barage. From here troops of the Tenth Mountain Division launched an attack on German positions in the towns of Monte Della Piella, Della Vedetta, and Pietra Colora. The road in the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • 75mm. pack howitzers in action along Lake Garda, Italy

    • The Tenth Mountain Division drove German troops ahead of them along the east shore road of Lake Garda and harrassed German truck convoys that were moving north along the west shore road by firing at them with either tanks or 75 mm. pack howitzers.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • "Digging in" under shell-fire near Corona, Italy

    • Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion troops "digging in" near the newly captured village of Corona, Italy, on Monte Belvedere as German shells fall among them.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • The 87th's sector: start of the spring offensive

    • Photograph of the sector facing the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment at the start of the spring offensive. It included Hill 860 above the town of Torre Iussi on the left, the notch of Bocca Di Ravari, and the large mass of Hill 903 in the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Bible amid the ruins of the church, Castel D'Aiano, Italy

    • Shows a Bible amid the ruins of the church at Castel D'Aiano, Italy. In the background other shattered buildings are visible. The Tenth Mountain Division captured the town on March 5, 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • Church at Madonna Di Brasa

    • Rubble of the Church at Madonna Di Brasa, which was one of the towns occupied by the Tenth Mountain Division during the World War II Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Corona, Italy: "basepoint for all artillery"

    • Corona, Italy, silhouetted against the sky-line, became a "basepoint" target for both German and Tenth Mountain Division artillery.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • "In reserve" in Pietra Colora, Italy

    • During the lull between March and April attacks, various battalions took turns being "in reserve" in Pietra Colora. Four Tenth Mountain Division soldiers are pictured sitting amid the rubble: Dick Car- Skaden, Ed McDonald, Dan Powers, Carl Bathelt....
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • March 1945
    • Dick Wright after a battle

    • Portrait of Dick Wright of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company E, displaying, according to the photographer, the grim effects of combat during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Eating while listening for German artillery

    • Two GIs eat rations from their mess kits around a jeep. One sits in the passenger seat using the hood as a table while the other stands behind him using a small bench at the rear of the jeep to hold his plate and cup. They eat among the rubble of a...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Crossing the Po River at San Benedetto Po, Italy

    • On the morning of April 23, 1945, the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, became the first allied unit to cross the Po River from near San Benedetto Po. They faced intense flak barrages and machine guns from German troops.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945 April 23
    • German Prisoners and destroyed tank on the Corona road

    • Shows the road to Corona, Italy, on Monte Belevedere. It and the surrounding fields had been heavily mined by the Germans. The tank in the foreground had been destroyed by mines. Nevertheless the Tenth Mountain Division successfully captured the...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February, 1945
    • GIs using a German dugout

    • Four GIs use a German dugout for protection from artillery on "Punchboard Hill" during the Italian Campaign. They are members of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I: George Breedlove, Ralph Massey, Sam Beauchesne, and unidentified.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • [March] 1945
    • Houses at Bocca Di Ravari, Italy

    • Houses at Bocca Di Ravari, just beyond Torre Iussi at the base of Hill 903. German troops held the houses and maintained a sweeping line of fire from there. The field to the right of the image was filled with mines. It was extremely difficult for...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Lake Fusine Camp, Mount Mangart

    • View of the Lake Fusine camp where Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, 3rd Battalion, had a rock-climbing and mountaineering school in early July, 1945.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • July 1945
    • Long march through the Po Valley

    • Tenth Mountain Division troops begin a long march through the Po Valley. Nearing the town of Manzolino, word is being passed calling for the bazooka teams to attack German tanks in the town. Resistance along the way was usually met by one company...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • The dead on Monte Belvedere

    • Sunset of the first day of the World War II attack on Mount Belvedere, the dead of both sides remain where they had fallen. Two corpses lie in the snow at the base of a slope.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • February 1945
    • Playing in the Yugoslav clover

    • After the end of the war the Tenth Mountain Division was posted in Yugoslavia to defend U.S. interests over the partition of the Italian - Austrian - Yugoslavian border. This duty left the men with ample time to relax. Pictured is a man wearing...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • May-June 1945
    • Raffi Bedayan in Pietra Colora, Italy

    • Portrait of Raffi Bedayan, of the Tenth Mountain Division, Headquarters Company, 3rd Battalion, taken after the battle for Pietra Colora, Italy.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Robert "Bob" Lake, in Pietra Colora

    • chance to rest.; Portrait of Robert "Bob" Lake of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I. According to the photographer this photograph contains many items that were considered luxurious after being relieved from combat duty. They...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Scouts along Lake Garda, Italy

    • Two Tenth Mountain Division scouts along Lake Garda during the Italian Campaign.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945
    • Solon Lindsey

    • Portrait of Solon Lindsey, of the Tenth Mountain Division, 87th Regiment, Company I. He was killed by bombs at Baggazzano, Italy, in the Po Valley.
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • 1945
    • Staff conference at north end of Lake Garda, Italy

    • German resistance against the Tenth Mountain Division was strongest at the tunnels and cliffs along the north end of Lake Garda. German troops held out for several days against the 86th Regiment. The staff conference pictured is figuring out a...
    • Rocker, Richard A.
    • April 1945

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