This is a report submitted to the Quarterly Conference at the close of Henry A. Buchtel's term as pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church. During his tenor the church raised money to build a new building at 1820 Broadway in Denver, Colo. The...
Buchtel, Henry Augustus, 1847-1924.; Trinity United Methodist Church (Denver, Colo.)--1890-1900.; Denver (Colo.)--1890-1900.; North Capitol Hill (Denver, Colo.)--1890-1900.; Methodist churches--Colorado--Denver--1890-1900.
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.
Newsletter produced by the Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in newsletter is a sermon by different religious leaders within the church, list of new members and events of different church societies.
Presbyterian Church--Colorado--Denver--History.; Church buildings--Colorado--Denver.; Central Presbyterian Church (Denver, Colo.); Presbyterian Church--Colorado--Denver.
Booklet produced by the First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Church. Included in the booklet is a brief church history, a detailed account of its financial history, a program for that day's...
Eha, Walter R. (Walter Ralph), 1891-1978--Archives.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
View of President Woodrow Wilson with Colorado Governor Oliver H. Shoup as they leave the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado; others are unidentified. President Wilson is about to deliver a speech in support of the League of Nations.
Brown Palace Hotel (Denver, Colo.)--1910-1920.; Denver (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Governors--Colorado--1910-1920.; Hotels--Colorado--Denver--1910-1920.; Presidents--United States--1910-1920.; Shoup, Oliver H.; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.