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    • Chief Red Cloud and his wife in later years

    • Standing outdoor portrait of Chief Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha, or Maqpeya-luta) Native American Sioux (Lakota or Teton group, Oglala band) and his wife. Red Cloud led his people in the Fetterman fight and was a great negotiator and diplomat. He wears...
    • Dakota Indians--1880-1900.; Indians of North America--1880-1900.; Oglala Indians--1880-1900.; Teton Indians--1880-1900.; Aged persons--1880-1900.; Spouses--1880-1900.; Red Cloud, 1822-1909.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Red Cloud

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha) Native American Lakota Oglala Sioux, chief, diplomat, and negotiator, possibly taken on the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota. He wears a jacket, vest, striped shirt and bow tie.
    • United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Pine Ridge Agency--1890-1891.; Dakota Indians--South Dakota--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--South Dakota--1890-1900.; Oglala Indians--South Dakota--1890-1900.; Wounded Knee Massacre, S.D., 1890.; Pine...
    • [1890 or 1891]
    • Sioux Indian, Red Cloud

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Red Cloud, (Makhpia-sha) Native American, Oglala Lakota Sioux, chief, diplomat, and negotiator, wearing a felt hat, with a striped jacket, shirt and vest.
    • Dakota Indians--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--1890-1900.; Teton Indians--1890-1900.; Red Cloud, 1822-1909.
    • [1891?]
    • B&O train, engine number 5222, engine type 4-6-2

    • Train #4; The Diplomat; 6 cars; 35 MPH. Photographed: leaving St. Louis, Mo., September 24, 1935.
    • Locomotives--1930-1940.; Railroads--Trains--Pictorial works--1935.; Railroad locomotives--Missouri--Saint Louis.; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
    • 1935
    • B&O train, engine number 5312, engine type 4-6-2

    • Train #4; The Diplomat. Photographed: Washington D.C., August 6, 1936.
    • Locomotives--1930-1940.; Railroads--Trains--Pictorial works--1936.; Railroad locomotives--Washington (D.C.); Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
    • 1936
    • A Tribute to Youth Program

    • Program for 1994 African-American Awareness Month event at the Ford-Warren Branch at the Denver Public Library.
    • Denver Public Library. Ford Warren Branch.
    • 1994 February 19
    • The Annual: East Denver High School, 1916

    • 1916 Yearbook from East Denver High School.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)--Students--Yearbooks.; Denver Public Schools--Students--Yearbooks.; School yearbooks--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1916
    • Monument to Spotted Tail, Rosebud Agency, SD

    • Detail view of the inscription on obelisk over the grave of Spotted Tail, a Native American, Brule Lakota Sioux, chief and diplomat, near the Rosebud Agency, South Dakota. It reads: "Spotted Tail, Chief Of The Sioux, Born - 1823, Died August 5,...
    • United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Rosebud Agency--1930-1940.; Brulé Indians--Commemoration--South Dakota--Rosebud--1930-1940.; Indians of North America--Commemoration--South Dakota--Rosebud--1930-1940.; Teton Indians--Commemoration--South...
    • [1936?]
    • B&O train, engine number 69, engine type EMD E7

    • Train #4; The Diplomat; 10 cars. Photographed: leaving Vincennes, Ind., June 29, 1950.
    • Locomotives--1950-1960.; Railroads--Trains--Pictorial works--1950.; Railroad locomotives--Indiana--Vincennes.; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.
    • 1950
    • Denver Municipal Facts: Volume 1 Number 19, 1909 June 26

    • Newsletter produced by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 19090626
    • Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Exterior view of the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Entrance to the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Exterior view of the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Exterior view of the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Bernard F. Gipson, M.D.

    • Bernard F. Gipson, M.D. Physician Studied at Howard University; first chief of surgery, Lowry Air Force Base, 1954-1956; first black doctor in the West to become a member of the American College of Surgeons; presently a diplomat of the American...
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    • Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building

    • The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22,...
    • Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2010 April 28
    • Denver Municipal Facts: Volume 2 Number 23, 1910 June 4

    • Newsletter produced by the City of Denver highlighting the civic, administrative, and informational aspects of government within the City.
    • Local government--Colorado--Denver.; Cities and towns--Colorado--Denver.
    • 19100604
    • Park Hill Topics Volume 4 No. 14

    • A weekly newspaper distributed to the residents of the Park Hill neighborhood. This contains articles about neighborhood events, news, and gossip. As well as advertisements for local businesses.
    • Community newspapers--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1936 April 3

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