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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 85 Collections and/or Records:

Unidentified Performers in the ''Ballad of Baby Doe'', between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00012
Abstract Unidentified performers appear in the Central City Opera production of ''The Ballad of Baby Doe.''
Dates: between 1956-1959

Unidentified Woman Affiliated with the ''Ballad of Baby Doe'', between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00011
Abstract An unidentified woman affiliated with the Central City Opera production of ''The Ballad of Baby Doe'' stands next to a photograph of 'Baby Doe.'
Dates: between 1956-1959

Walter Cassel as Horace Tabor in Central City Opera's Ballad of Baby Doe, between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00015
Abstract Walter Cassel of the Metropolitan Opera poses for a publicity portrait. Cassel appeared as Horace Tabor in the Central City Opera production of ''The Ballad of Baby Doe" at the Central City Opera House in Central City, Colorado.
Dates: between 1956-1959

Woman in the ''Barber of Seville'' Production, between 1941-1965

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0002.00014
Abstract An unidentified woman appears in the 1965 Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Dates: between 1941-1965

Words to Schubert's Unfinished Symphony in B Minor, 1944

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0020.0004.00002
Abstract Information sheets (6 sheets) typed in black ink the words to Schubert's Unfinished Symphony in B minor written by Major L. Bloom. First two pages contain hand written notes in pencil by Edward L. Bloom where the last four pages appear to be a final draft to be used by Frank Tapp during composition.
Dates: 1944