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  • North Denver High School Football Team, 1923

    Record ID: B063.05.0041.00103

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Photograph of a framed photograph of the North Denver High School football team standing in a row.

  • North Denver High School Football Team, 1923

    Record ID: B063.05.0041.00104

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Photograph of a framed photograph of the North Denver High School football team standing in a row.

  • North Denver High School Football Team

    Summary: Photograph of a framed photograph of the North Denver High School football team standing in a row.

  • North Denver High School Football Team

    Summary: Photograph of a framed photograph of the North Denver High School football team standing in a row.

  • Leadville, Colorado Football Team

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:60204

    Summary: Group portrait of a football team in Leadville, Colorado. In the front row, from left to right: Joe Dewar, Grove Griffith, Thomas O'Mahoney. Second row, from left to right: unknown, Frank Finley, John Grant, Charles Priddy. Third row from left to right: Arnold Denzler, Ray Parker, Henry Miller, Joe Purcell. Back row, from left to right: Charles Fitzsimmons, Ray Stewart, Walter [illegible].

  • Leadville, Colorado Football Team, between 1900-1920

    Record ID: B063.02.0002.00007

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Group portrait of a football team in Leadville, Colorado. In the front row, from left to right: Joe Dewar, Grove Griffith, Thomas O'Mahoney. Second row, from left to right: unknown, Frank Finley, John Grant, Charles Priddy. Third row from left to right: Arnold Denzler, Ray Parker, Henry Miller, Joe Purcell. Back row, from left to right: Charles Fitzsimmons, Ray Stewart, Walter [illegible].

  • Fifth Annual Southwestern Sun Carnival, December 28, 29, 30, 31 and Jan. 1, 1940, El Paso, Texas, 1940

    Record ID: U300.03.0007.00060

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Southwestern Sun Carnival Association

    Abstract: Program for the Fifth Annual Southwestern Sun Carnival in El Paso, Texas, December 28, 29, 30, 31 1939 and January 1, 1940. Program includes: history of the Southwestern Sun Carnival and Sun Bowl Game, photographs of the Sun Carnival Queen and her Ladies-in-Waiting, photographs of the ''Royal Princesses from the Cities of the Sun Empire'', programs for events in the days leading up to the football game including the parade, brief history of the Arizona State Teachers College, biography of Arizona State Teachers College coach Dixie Howell, brief history of Catholic University, biography of Catholic University coach Arthur J. ''Dutch'' Bergman, team rosters, team portraits, photographs of winning floats from 1939, individual portraits of Southwestern Sun Carnival Association officers, directors, and committee chairmen. Cover illustration by Harris Shelton.

  • Fourth Annual Denver Post Charity Football Game, Chicago Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins and Colorado High School All Stars North vs. South, D. U. Stadium, Aug. 26, 1950, 1950

    Record ID: U300.03.0007.00061

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Denver Post, The

    Abstract: Program for the Fourth Annual Denver Post Charity Football Game featuring the Chicago Cardinals vs. Washington Redskins and Colorado High School All Stars North vs. South at D. U. Stadium on Aug. 26, 1950. Program includes: player sketches, 1950 football rule changes, team rosters, statistics, team and individual player portraits, article by Denver Post Sports Editor Marvin McCarthy. Cover illustration by Larry Tisdale.

  • 1955 Kiwanis Salad Bowl, Skyline All-Stars vs. Border All-Stars, Phoenix, Arizona, 1955

    Record ID: U300.03.0007.00062

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Kiwanis Clubs of Arizona

    Abstract: Souvenir program for the 1955 Kiwanis Salad Bowl at Montgomery Stadium in Phoenix, Arizona on January 1st at 11:00 AM. Program includes: history of the Kiwanis Salad Bowl, money for disabled children raised at the Salad Bowl since its inception in 1948 through 1954, information about the Skyline and Border athletic conferences, portraits of Arizona Kiwanis Club presidents, portraits of the 1954 Salad Bowl Queen Judy Weld, portraits of 40 contenders for 1955 Salad Bowl Queen title, campus photographs and historical sketches of schools comprising the Skyline Athletic Conference, individual portraits and 1954 records of football teams in the Skyline Athletic Conference, full color photographs of Western landscapes, one-page essay ''Border All-Stars Are Sharp'' by Arnott Duncan sports writer for Arizona Republic, ''The Skyline Plays for Keeps'' by Ben Foote football writer for Phoenix Gazette, portraits of Skyline All-Stars, portraits and biographical sketches of Skyline coaches, Skyline All-Star lineup, portraits of Border All-Stars, portraits and biographical sketches of Border coaches, Border All-Star lineup, photographs of 1954 parade, campus photographs and historical sketches of schools comprising the Border Athletic Conference, individual portraits and 1954 records of football teams in the Border Athletic Conference.

  • Albert Richard Football Map, 1939

    Record ID: U204.02.0101.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Albert Richard Company

    Abstract: Map of the United States with lists of college teams, athletic conferences and major professional teams. Colorado teams listed included University of Colorado, University of Denver, Colorado College, School of Mines, Colorado State Agricultural College, Greeley State and Western State. Includes key to team locations and nicknames, with list of 1939 Cotton Bowl, Orange Bowl, Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl and Sun Bowl results. On verso printed in brown ink: advertisements for men's coats, and list of the Albert Richard All-American team for 1938.