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    • Matchless Mine

    • Men and women stand near Baby Doe Tabor's cabin and head frame of the abandoned Matchless Mine near Leadville, Lake County, Colorado.
    • Abandoned mines--Colorado--Leadville--1940-1960.; Matchless Mine (Lake County, Colo.)--1940-1960.; Cabins--Colorado--Leadville--1940-1960.; Mining--Colorado--Leadville--1940-1960.; Baby Doe, d. 1935--Homes & haunts.
    • [between 1940 and 1960]
    • C. Bancroft, E Weckbaugh, Gordon Weeks, (Master of Ceremonies) Matchless Mine dedication

    • At the dedication of the Matchless Mine and Baby Doe Tabor's cabin in Leadville, Lake County, Colorado, Caroline Bancroft speaks through a megaphone and Eleanor Weckbaugh holds an umbrella; both women are in period costumes. Gordon Weeks is the...
    • Abandoned mines--Colorado--Leadville--1950-1960.; Leadville (Colo.)--1950-1960.; Matchless Mine (Lake County, Colo.)--1950-1960.; Costumes--Colorado--Leadville--1950-1960.; Dedications--Colorado--Leadville--1950-1960.;...
    • July 16, 1953
    • Streets of Acoma, N.M.

    • A group of Native American (Acoma) women wearing manta shawls stand by a ladder at Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. A Native American (Acoma) man with a band wrapped around his head and a poncho over his shoulders stands nearby. Stones erode from the...
    • Acoma (N.M.)--1880-1900.; Acoma Indians--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1900.; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1900.; Pueblo Indians--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1900.; Children--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1900.; Pueblos--New...
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Indians, Pueblo, Acoma, dance

    • Native American Pueblo men, wearing dance kilts, moccasins, and body paint, and women, wearing head tablets, mantas, and moccasins and leggings, dance with rattles, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. They dance in front of a shrine adorned with cottonwood...
    • Acoma Indians--Spiritual life--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Dance--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Pueblo Indians--Structures--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Saint Stephen's Day--New Mexico--Acoma--1890-1900.; Acoma...
    • [between 1890 and 1900]
    • Approach to Pueblo Acoma

    • View of Native American Acoma women; they transport water from a cistern in pottery vessels carried on their heads, Burro or Padre's trail, southern entrance to mesa top, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. Shows Pueblo men, one on a burro.
    • Acoma Indians--Women--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1890.; Pueblo Indians--Structures--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1890.; Acoma (N.M.)--1880-1890.; Water carriers--New Mexico--Acoma--1880-1890.
    • [1883?]
    • Women of Acoma Pueblo, N.M.

    • Two barefoot Native American (Acoma) women sit on a rock at Acoma Pueblo (Cibola County), New Mexico and pose for the camera. They wear cotton skirts and blouses and leggings. They hide their faces with shawls.
    • Acoma Indians--Women--New Mexico--Acoma--1900-1910.; Indians of North America--Women--New Mexico--Acoma--1900-1910.; Pueblo Indians--Women--New Mexico--Acoma--1900-1910.; Acoma (N.M.)--1900-1910.; Women--New Mexico--Acoma--1900-1910.
    • [between 1900 and 1905?]
    • Olga Nethersole's car, Colo. Spgs. & C. C. Ry.

    • Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek District Railway passenger car with actress Olga Nethersole and others on board; Colorado; Olga and fashionably dressed men and women seated on rear deck of car; "The Short Line" railroad workers and other...
    • Actresses--Colorado--1900-1910.; Railroad passenger cars--Colorado--1900-1910.; Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway.
    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • Adirondack stage

    • Men and women sit on top of a stagecoach drawn by a team of four horses in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Shows dirt road and woods.
    • Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.)--1890-1900.; New York (State)--1890-1900.; Stagecoaches--New York (State)--1890-1900.
    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Melvina's Beauty Shop Business card.

    • Business card for Melvina's Beauty Shop.
    • African American beauty operators--Colorado--Denver.; African American women--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1962 May 28
    • The Messenger

    • Posed outdoor setting of Native American (Ute) men (including Buckskin Charlie), women and children gathered around a messenger (Severo) on a horse. Severo wears a headdress and points to the background. The women wear blanket shawls and belted...
    • African Americans--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Women--1890-1900.; Ute Indians--Children--1890-1900.; Tableaux--1890-1900.; Buckskin Charlie, Ute Chief.; Severo, Chief.
    • 1894
    • Ute flower carnival group on horseback

    • Native American (Ute) group on horseback, Flower Carnival, Colorado Springs, Colorado, men (including Sevaro, Buckskin Charlie, Julian), women and child. All in traditional clothing, Severo wearing a headdress. Four white men (including Charles...
    • African Americans--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Women--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1890-1900.; Ute Indians--Children--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1890-1900.; Festivals--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1890-1900.; Horseback...
    • 1894
    • Picnicing [sic] in the mountains

    • People pose during a picnic in Colorado; men, women, and a girl sit by wicker baskets, jugs, and kegs. A Black woman is by a buggy.
    • African Americans--Colorado--1880-1890.; Girls--Colorado--1880-1890.; Picnics--Colorado--1880-1890.; Women--Colorado--1880-1890.
    • [between 1880 and 1890?]
    • Tramway, auto accident

    • A crowd of men, women, and an African-American boy view the crash of Denver Tramway trolley #44 with an automobile in Denver, Colorado. Sign on trolley reads: "This is Music Week In Denver, It's A Great Place To Live."
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Denver (Colo.)--1920-1930.; Boys--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Spectators--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Street railroad accidents--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Traffic...
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • A Sunday at Virginia Woodward's (Our Sunday School Teacher)

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-34] Margie, June, Charlotte, bet it was Charlotte's idea, [ARL-35] Margaret Mackey. A swell pal, [ARL-36] What a class!!, [ARL-37] Me, Charlotte, Margie, aren't we hot stuff?, [ARL-38] Little Georgia...
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Denver (Colo.)--1920-1930.; Dogs--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Girls--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Teenagers--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Women--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.
    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • What's the matter Evelyn? It can't be that bad, Margie. Is Edna May happy?

    • Three African American teenage girls, identified as Evelyn, Margie and Edna May, pose together at Rocky Mountain Lake in Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Denver, Colorado. Two wear overalls and a blouse; one wears a "sailor" style blouse and skirt.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Denver (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Rocky Mountain Lake Park (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Girls--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Teenagers--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Women--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.
    • 1930 [May 26]
    • Rocky Mountain Lake, Memorial Day

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-26] Come on down the pole, Margie, [ARL-27] What's the matter Evelyn? It can't be that bad, Margie. Is Edna Mae happy?, [ARL-28] I'll bet you still like to do it, too, [ARL-29] West High's perfect...
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Memorial Day--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Rocky Mountain Lake Park (Denver, Colo.)--1930-1940.; Boys--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Girls--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.;...
    • 1930 [May 26]
    • Sarah Sims (house at Christmas)

    • Sarah Sims, an African-American woman, wears a choir robe, holds a book, and stands in front of her house at night. The house is decorated for Christmas. Statues and cut outs of choir singers stand in a line in front of the house. A large paper...
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Denver (Colo.)--1950-1960.; Five Points (Denver, Colo.)--1950-1960.; Christmas decorations--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Houses--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Women--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.;...
    • 1957
    • Our savior's birthday

    • Sarah Sims, an African-American (Black) woman, wears a choir robe, holds a book, and stands in front of her house at night. The house is decorated for Christmas. Statues and cut outs of choir singers stand in line with the woman. A large paper...
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Denver (Colo.)--1950-1960.; Five Points (Denver, Colo.)--1950-1960.; Christmas decorations--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Houses--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Women--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.;...
    • 1957
    • Glenarm Branch, Young Men's Christian Association History

    • Document describing the history of the Glenarm YMCA and it's significance to the African American community in Denver, Colo. Includes narrative, map and photographs. May be part of National Register Application documentation.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver--History.; Historic preservation--Colorado--Denver.; Historic buildings--Colorado--Denver.; Architecture--Colorado--Denver--History.; Recreation centers--Colorado--Denver.; Community centers--Colorado--Denver.
    • circa 1982
    • The Grace Church Call program

    • Program for worship services for Grace Church, Sunday, October 22, 1933. Ad for Clarence Holmes' dentistry business on page 4 of the program.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver.; African American dentists--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1933 October 22
    • The Cosmopolitan Club of Denver, official records.

    • Includes monthly meeting minutes, financial reports, Christmas programs and ritual for initiation procedure.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Denver.; African Americans--Colorado--History--20th Century.
    • January 1934 - May 1940
    • Camping out summit of Royal Gorge

    • Men and women have a picnic near the Royal Gorge in Fremont County, Colorado. A Black maid stands near a wagon.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Fremont County--1860-1880.; Fremont County (Colo.)--1860-1880.; Royal Gorge (Colo.)--1860-1880.; Girls--Colorado--Fremont County--1860-1880.; Picnics--Colorado--Fremont County--1860-1880.; Women--Colorado--Fremont...
    • [between 1865 and 1880]
    • Royal Gorge picnic

    • A group of men and women and children have a picnic near the Royal Gorge in Fremont County, Colorado. A black man and woman stand nearby.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Fremont County--1870-1880.; Fremont County (Colo.)--1870-1880.; Royal Gorge (Colo.)--1870-1880.; Girls--Colorado--Fremont County--1870-1880.; Picnics--Colorado--Fremont County--1870-1880.; Women--Colorado--Fremont...
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • The Denver Star

    • Weekly newspaper about the African American community in Denver, Colorado.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Newspapers.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--History.
    • circa 1913
    • The Park Hill Experience

    • Demographic study of the African-American Population in Denver
    • African Americans--Employment--Colorado--Denver.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1974
    • The colored exodus, scenes at Topeka, Kansas

    • African American (Black) men, women and children, former slaves, arrive at the Shawnee County Fairgrounds in Topeka (Shawnee County), Kansas. Frame buildings on the fairgrounds have cupolas. Interior views of Floral Hall show people at a church...
    • African Americans--Kansas--Topeka--1870-1880.; Topeka (Kan.)--1870-1880.; Refugees--American--Kansas--Topeka--1870-1880.; Religious services--Kansas--Topeka--1870-1880.; Sleeping--Kansas--Topeka--1870-1880.
    • 1879 July 5
    • Mayor's Committee on Human Rights

    • Men (one African American, Black) and women of the Mayor's Committee on Human Rights sit at a table in Denver, Colorado. They are (L to R) Mildred Hall, Mrs. Hugh Parry, W. Miller Barbour, Dean Paul Roberts, Mayor Quigg Newton, Tom Ewing, Guy Fox,...
    • African Americans--Men--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Denver (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Civil liberties--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Committees--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Interiors--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.;...
    • 1947
    • The Negro exodus, scenes on the wharves at Vicksburg

    • African American (Black) men, women and children stand at a frame cotton elevator building that reads: "Missis[sippi] Elev[ator]," and wave to passengers on a steamship at Vicksburg (Warren County), Mississippi. Shows African American people beside...
    • African Americans--Mississippi--Vicksburg--1870-1880.; Vicksburg (Miss.)--1870-1880.; Passengers--Mississippi--Vicksburg--1870-1880.; Piers & wharves--Mississippi--Vicksburg--1870-1880.; Ships--Mississippi--Vicksburg--1870-1880.
    • 1879, May 17
    • Group photo of men in costumes

    • Men dressed in costumes pose on a stage. Some are dressed as women with dresses and women's hats, others wear suits and ties. One man wears a belly dancer costume. A man seated on the stage floor wears a bell hop costume and his face is blackened...
    • African Americans--Performances & portrayals--Colorado--Denver--1910-1940.; Costumes--Colorado--Denver--1910-1940.; Cross dressing--Colorado--Denver--1910-1940.
    • [between 1910 and 1940?]
    • African American woman

    • An unidentified African American woman jumps over a table in a camp at Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. She wears a dark cowboy hat and a striped and checkered dress. A horse stands next to a large tent in the background.
    • African Americans--Women--1900-1910.; Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
    • [1901?]
    • 1st Prize Progress of Christianity by Presbyterian Sunday School

    • The first prize entry in the Sunflower Carnival Parade, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, includes women (some Black) and children on the float decorated with flowers, gauze, and banners: "The Progress of Christianity," Men in white suits...
    • African Americans--Women--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1900-1910.; Banners--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1900-1910.; Colorado Springs (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Children--Colorado--Colorado Springs--1900-1910.; Festivals--Colorado--Colorado...
    • [1906 July 4?]
    • Carrie Elizabeth Reed

    • Studio bust portrait of Carrie Elizabeth Reed, a senior at Denver High School in Denver, Colorado. Reed, an African American (Black) young woman, has curly bangs and her hair pinned up in combs. Her dress has puffed sleeves and a ribbon bow at the...
    • African Americans--Women--Colorado--Denver--1890-1900.; Denver (Colo.)--1890-1900.; Students--Colorado--Denver--1890-1900.; Reed, Carrie Elizabeth, b. 1877?; Denver High School--People--1890-1900.; Denver Public Schools--People--1890-1900.
    • 1895
    • A Street in Creede, Colo.

    • Men, women, and children stand or sit and pose on a street in Creede (Mineral County), Colorado. White and Black (African American) men wear suits or vests and hats. Women wear dresses and aprons; a woman holds a dog. A sign on a business reads:...
    • Afro-Americans--Men--Colorado--Creede--1890-1900.; Creede (Colo.)--1890-1900.; Commercial streets--Colorado--Creede--1890-1900.; People--Colorado--Creede--1890-1900.
    • [between 1893 and 1894?]

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