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Democratic Party (Colo.)

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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Micky Miller Memoir, 2015

 File
Identifier: B339.02.0004.0005
Overview Micky Miller wrote his memoir, which consists of 131 pages of stories and information about the Miller and Rosenbaum families, in 2015. Micky Miller tells about the Miller family and ranching; his wife Louann and her parents Charles and Louise Rosenbaum; college at the University of Denver; his interest in politics and his service on finance committees for national and Colorado candidates; and extended family. He also discusses his legal and real estate careers, including representing the...
Dates: 2015

Myron "Micky" Miller, 1991-2011

 File
Identifier: B339.02.0004.0002
Overview Clipping about Myron "Micky" Miller from the Denver Business Journal and six page biography of Myron "Micky" Miller for Miller Global. Biography of Myron "Micky" Miller in the form of a resume with several handwritten notes. It covers Micky Miller's business career, community involvement and awards, and service on political finance committees for Democratic candidates.
Dates: 1991-2011

Portrait of Philip Hornbein Reading, 1938

 Item
Identifier: B063.08.0008.00093
Overview Philip Hornbein is reading in a chair. Hornbein was one of Colorado's top trial lawyers, a leader in the fight against the Ku Klux Klan, and chairman of Colorado's Democratic Party during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He graduated from the University of Denver School of Law, practiced in Cripple Creek, then Denver, Colorado.
Dates: 1938

Portrait of Philip Hornbein Reading, 1938

 Item
Identifier: B063.08.0008.00004
Overview Philip Hornbein is reading in a chair with a cigarette in his hand. Hornbein was one of Colorado's top trial lawyers, a leader in the fight against the Ku Klux Klan, and chairman of Colorado's Democratic Party during the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He graduated from the University of Denver School of Law, practiced in Cripple Creek, then Denver, Colorado.
Dates: 1938