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  • Series 1, 1960 - 2001

    Record ID: M208.02

    Component Level: Series

    Abstract: Series 1 consists of materials related to the records and activities of the the Galen and Ada Belle Spencer Foundation.

  • Blanche DaCosta Whitney Collection

    ID: M247

    Abstract: Blanche Da Costa Whitney was born September 24, 1882 in Chicago. She studied with Rudolph Ganz at Chicago Musical College before joining Mme Schumann-Heink, a noted opera signer, to Europe. Da Costa sang leading opera roles in Germany. She was forced to leave Germany by World War I and returned to America. She had a son, Frederick Berman, by her first husband. Her son died in 1945. She married Warren C. Whitney, vice president of A. B. Chase Piano Company in 1918. They moved to Denver in 1927 where she joined the Voice Faculty of the Lamont School of Music. She continued performing as well as opening her own teaching studio. In 1959 she retired and moved into Park Manor where she lived until her death in 1975.

    The collection at the University of Denver Archives includes a biography and two scrapbooks that chronicle the musical life of Blanche Da Costa Whitney.

  • Central City Opera House Association, 1975-1977

    Record ID: M028.02.0006.0020

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Types of Materials: memos, meeting minutes, schedule, bylaws, financial statements

  • Attaches of the Elks' Opera House

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:63881

    Summary: Athletes from the 1905-1908 seasons of the Elks' Opera House in Leadville, Colorado pose with their managers in the lobby of the opera house. Back row left to right: ''William Crowell, Richard Orth, Eugene Hicks, Fred Mund, Joe Tagart, Stage Mgr., Edward McGee, and Charles Walsh. Center row left to right: Erwin Lockhart, Will Conley, C. H. Seymour, R. B. Ball, George W. Casey, Mgr., holding George S. Casey, Ass't Mgr., F. E. Randall, Treas., J. E. Ball, William Fitzsimmons, and Leonard Wes [name cut off]. Front row left to right: Harold Hinckley, George Bennett, Fred Kolbfell, John Andrew, Will Hinckley, David Schayer, and George Tobey.''

  • Attaches of the Elks' Opera House

    Summary: Athletes from the 1905-1908 seasons of the Elks' Opera House in Leadville, Colorado pose with their managers in the lobby of the opera house. Back row left to right: ''William Crowell, Richard Orth, Eugene Hicks, Fred Mund, Joe Tagart, Stage Mgr., Edward McGee, and Charles Walsh. Center row left to right: Erwin Lockhart, Will Conley, C. H. Seymour, R. B. Ball, George W. Casey, Mgr., holding George S. Casey, Ass't Mgr., F. E. Randall, Treas., J. E. Ball, William Fitzsimmons, and Leonard Wes [name cut off]. Front row left to right: Harold Hinckley, George Bennett, Fred Kolbfell, John Andrew, Will Hinckley, David Schayer, and George Tobey.''

  • Attaches of the Elks' Opera House, between 1905-1908

    Record ID: B063.04.0004.00006

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Athletes from the 1905-1908 seasons of the Elks' Opera House in Leadville, Colorado pose with their managers in the lobby of the opera house. Back row left to right: ''William Crowell, Richard Orth, Eugene Hicks, Fred Mund, Joe Tagart, Stage Mgr., Edward McGee, and Charles Walsh. Center row left to right: Erwin Lockhart, Will Conley, C. H. Seymour, R. B. Ball, George W. Casey, Mgr., holding George S. Casey, Ass't Mgr., F. E. Randall, Treas., J. E. Ball, William Fitzsimmons, and Leonard Wes [name cut off]. Front row left to right: Harold Hinckley, George Bennett, Fred Kolbfell, John Andrew, Will Hinckley, David Schayer, and George Tobey.''

  • Jaffa Opera House, circa 1976

    Record ID: B063.02.0018.00018

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: Street view of the Jaffa Opera House in Trinidad, Colorado. Signs on the building say: "Trinidad Opera House, 1882," "The Hausman Drug Co.," and "Main St. Liquor."

  • Jaffa Opera House

    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:60271

    Summary: Street view of the Jaffa Opera House in Trinidad, Colorado. Signs on the building say: "Trinidad Opera House, 1882," "The Hausman Drug Co.," and "Main St. Liquor."

  • Paul Althouse, 1920

    Record ID: B367.03.0006.0001

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Autographed photograph of Paul Althouse; American tenor; b. Reading, Pa., 12-2-1889; d. New York, 2-6-54; made Met debut as Dimitri in Boris Godunov, 3-19-13)

  • History of Central City Opera House - before 1932, before 1932

    Record ID: M123.01.0001.0001

    Component Level: File

    Abstract: Press releases, clipings, radio transcripts and other miscellaneous historical documents