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    • World War I Civilian Registration Index of Colorado Minorities.

    • List of men of ethnic minority between the ages of 18 and 45 who were required to register for the United State Selective Service during World War I. List is taken from Microfilm Rolls # 1509 CO 1-CO 2, and CO 6-CO 9, for Alamosa, Arapahoe,...
    • World War, 1914-1918--Colorado.; Colorado--Genealogy--Sources.; Denver (Colo.)--History, Military.; United States. Selective Service System-- Sources.; United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--World War, 1914 -1918.; United States....
    • undated
    • 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
    • Park Hill Actionews

    • Informational newsletter of the Park Hill Action Committee.
    • Citizens' associations--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.
    • 1962 December
    • Park Hill Actionews

    • Informational newsletter of the Park Hill Action Committee.
    • Citizens' associations--Colorado--Denver--Periodicals.
    • 1967 January
    • The Denver Star

    • Weekly newspaper about the African American community in Denver, Colorado.
    • African Americans--Colorado--Newspapers.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--History.
    • circa 1913
    • Colorado State Penitentiary prison guards

    • Prison guards at the Colorado State Penitentiary pose for a group portrait in front a rusticated stone wall. The men wear dark uniforms with caps. Two of the men are African American (Black), they are identified (right to left) as Haley and Pate. A...
    • Colorado State Penitentiary--People--1880-1900.; African Americans--Employment--Colorado--Canon City--1880-1900.; Canon City (Colo.)--1880-1900.; Prison guards--Colorado--Canon City--1880-1900.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Facts on Housing for Negros

    • Flyer printed in 1965 about the segregation of Park Hill
    • African Americans--Housing--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1965
    • Illinois Mining Accidents 1889 to 1925

    • An alphabetical listing of people who were killed in mining accidents in Illinois from 1889 to 1925.
    • Mine accidents--Illinois--Indexes.
    • 2007
    • Honoring and celebrating Reverend Frank M. Davis : 15th pastoral anniversary.

    • Booklet created by Zion Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado celebrating fifteen years of service by Reverend Frank M. Davis.
    • Zion Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.); Davis, Frank M.--pastor.; Clergy--Colorado--Denver.; Community churches--Colorado--Denver.; African American churches--Colorado--Denver.; Baptists--Colorado--Denver.
    • 2008 July
    • Queen bee.

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    • Denver (Colo.)--Newspapers.
    • 1882-
    • Equality of Educational Opportunity...in Denver, Colorado

    • This survey was designed to develop an overview of existing Denver community attitudes with respect to the equality of educational opportunities in the city's public schools.
    • Educational equalization--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1963 October
    • Glenarm Recreation Center Historic Building Application

    • Application for National Register of Historic Places designation for the Glenarm Recreation Center (Denver, Colo.). Includes forms, narrative, maps and photographs.
    • Historic preservation--Colorado--Denver.; Historic buildings--Colorado--Denver.; Architecture--Colorado--Denver--History.; Recreation centers--Colorado--Denver.; Community centers--Colorado--Denver.
    • 1981
    • Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church program

    • Bulletin produced by Trinity Methodist Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in the bulletin is a program of that Sunday's worship services, as well as announcements of activities and news for the congregation for the up coming week.
    • Dunklee, George F, 1858---Archives.; Dunkley family--Archives.; Trinity United Methodist Church (Denver, Colo.)
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    • An Established Community with a Proud Future: Park Hill

    • An informational book pertaining to the purposes and reasons to move into the Park Hill Neighborhood. Map at back of document drawn by Richard Cowling circa 1966.
    • Neighborhoods--Colorado--Denver.
    • circa 1966
    • Cosmopolitan Branch

    • Interior view at the Community Vocational Center at the Cosmopolitan Branch of the Denver Public Library in Denver, Colorado; a Black (African American) woman shows the card catalog to children. Book shelf sign reads: "Young People's Collection."
    • Denver Public Library. Cosmopolitan Branch--1930-1940.; African Americans--Women--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Denver (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Card catalogs--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Girls--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.;...
    • [between 1933 and 1940?]
    • WWI Colorado Draft Registration Cards

    • Index to the World War I Draft Registration Cards for Colorado between the years of 1917-1918. During World War I there were three registrations. The first, on June 5, 1917, was for all men between the ages of 21 and 31. These men were born...
    • World War, 1914-1918--Colorado.; Colorado--Genealogy--Sources.; Denver (Colo.)--History, Military.; United States. Selective Service System--Sources.; United States. Army--Recruiting, enlistment, etc.--World War, 1914-1918.; United States....
    • 2005
    • John Taylor and Dick Charlie

    • Standing portrait of a Native American Ute man, identified as Dick Charlie and an African American man, John Taylor. Charlie is a full-blooded Ute, Taylor, a Black man, is a Ute by marriage. Both men wear vested suits; Charlie with earrings and a...
    • African Americans--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Ute Indians--1880-1910.; Charlie, Dick.; Taylor, John.
    • [between 1880 and 1910?]
    • Bill [i.e. Ben] Pickett famous cowboy

    • Studio portrait of Ben Pickett, brother or cousin of Bill Pickett. He holds a rope and wears cowboy boots, a vest, and wide-brimmed hat. He poses near a fur pelt on a pedestal.
    • African Americans--1910-1930.; Cowboys--1910-1930.; Pickett, Ben.; Pickett, Bill, ca. 1860-1932.--Family.
    • [between 1910 and 1930?]
    • Boy at DPL branch with Black History books

    • An African American teenager stands near a display of books for Black History Week at an unidentified branch of the Denver Public Library in Denver, Colorado. He wears a jacket and a turtle neck shirt and holds a book titled: "A Glorious Age in...
    • Denver Public Library--1960-1970.; African Americans--1960-1970.; Denver (Colo.)--1960-1970.; Books.; Interiors.; Teenagers.; Black History Week.
    • [between 1967 and 1970?]
    • West Side Recorder Volume 7 No 11

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • Community newspapers--Auraria (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1971 April
    • Two leaders in the establishment of the soldiers recreational center

    • An African American man, in a U.S. Army uniform, and a woman, in a dress and hat, play ping pong at a soldiers recreational center in Denver, Colorado; Andrew Hester, W.P.A. Recreation Director and County Judge C. Edgar Kettering, and soldiers look...
    • United States. Work Projects Administration. Colorado.--1940-1950.; Denver (Colo.)--1940-1950.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Judges--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Soldiers--Colorado--Denver--1940-1950.; Table...
    • [between 1940 and 1945?]
    • John Wesley McVey, Boulder Hotel owner

    • John Wesley McVey, a Black man, poses with his leg propped on a bench. A second man wearing a suit, waistcoat, and a hat poses with his leg propped on the same bench. McVey's building is in the background.
    • Boulder (Colo.)--1880-1890.; African Americans--Colorado--Boulder--1880-1890.; Hotels--Colorado--Boulder--1880-1890.; McVey, John Wesley.
    • 1885
    • Lynch mob and victim

    • Members of a lynch mob gather around the charred body of victim, Will Brown, a Black man, in Omaha, Nebraska. From Orville D Menard's “Lest We Forget: The Lynching of Will Brown, Omaha’s 1919 Race Riot,” "A riot-crazed mob stormed the burning...
    • Omaha (Neb.)--1910-1920.; African Americans--Nebraska--Omaha--1910-1920.; Lynchings--Nebraska--Omaha--1910-1920.
    • September 28, 1919

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