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Central City Opera House (Central City, Colo.)

 Organization

Sources

__ __ __Work cat.: The glory that was gold, 1992: t.p. (Central City Opera House) p. vii (built in 1878 in Central City, Colo.)
Central City Opera House is given to the University of Denver by the McFarlane family in 1932 (Ida Kruse McFarlane, Professor of English at DU, good friends with Anne Evans). The CCOHA was administered as a non-profit corporation during this time.
Sources Breck, From the Rockies to the World, 1997, 126.

Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00001
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. Two men stand on the sidewalk near pictures that are being painted of the Central City street.
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00002
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. Two women draw an older man sitting in front of the post office in Central City. Photographic print is included.
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00003
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. The Assay Office can be seen. A sign reads: ''Assay Office Opera House Tickets Tours Information.''
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00004
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. People stand outside a door way with many signs around it. They read: ''Williams' Stables.'' ''City Transfer & Hack Line Expressing And Hauling Boarding Horses A Specialty Horses Let By The Day, Week, Or Month. Livery & Feed Stables Carriage to Idaho Springs Pine Creek Yankee Hill And All Points of Interest.'' ''Central City Opera House Association Presents The Central City Square Dancers.''
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, 1951 June 24

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Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00005
Abstract Interior view of the Central City, Colorado. Faye Emerson, George Somnes, and F.H. Ricketson Jr. can be seen.
Dates: 1951 June 24

Central City Opera House, 1932 June 16

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00006
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. The newspaper from July 10, 1932 can be seen. The newspaper headlines reads: ''Opera House Unchanged Thru 54 Years.''
Dates: 1932 June 16

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00007
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. Two people paint the buildings surrounding them on the street.
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00008
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. Two people paint the buildings surrounding them on the street.
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00009
Abstract Exterior view of the Central City, Colorado. Two buildings have signs that read, respectively: ''The Teller House Teller House Bar Gold Nugget Dining Rooms Since 1872.'' ''Wells Fargo Express Office.''
Dates: between 1932-2008

Central City Opera House, between 1932-2008

 Item
Identifier: U201.01.0035.0001.00010
Abstract Exterior view of Central City, Colorado. A marooned train can be seen and two men in front of a building which has a sign that reads: ''Central City 8476 Ft Above Sea Level.''
Dates: between 1932-2008