View of the KOA transmitter building and radio tower on East 14th Avenue in Denver, Colorado. A U. S. flag flies on a pole above the building. A neon General Electric logo (GE) is on the transmitter.
KOA (Radio station : Denver, Colo.)--Buildings--1930-1940.; Denver (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Radio stations--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Signal towers--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.; Streets--Colorado--Denver--1930-1940.
A woman telephone operator is sitting at the first switchboard in Idaho Springs, Colorado. The headset she is wearing has a transmitter at mouth level, and wires connected to the board. Her surroundings include: an enclosing wooden railing with a...
Two boys, students at Sterling High School, work with a radio in Sterling, Colorado in Logan County. One boy wears earphones and twists the knobs of the radio on the table in front of him. The second boy operates a transmitter. Five books are...
Sterling (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Children & radio--Colorado--Sterling--1940-1950.; Radios--Colorado--Sterling--1940-1950.; Students--Colorado--Sterling--1940-1950.
Black and white print of Hoffman Heights Development in Aurora, looking south from 1140 Troy to Bicentennial Park. Dirt, bushes, and sidewalk along bottom of print. Part of building overhang visible on right side of print, with drain running from...
Index originally created by Henrietta Bromwell in 1933 of 31,000 items regarding biographies and portraits of politicians, miners, club women, newspaper editors, artists, businessmen, legislators, early settlers, settlements, mines, geographical...
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