Richardson, George, 1838-1909
George Richardson was the second president of the Colorado Seminary (the University of Denver) in Denver, Colo. from 1865-1866. He began his career as a Methodist Episcopal minister and served churches in Denver, Georgetown and Empire, Colo. He was president of Central Savings Bank from 1896-1903. He served as a delegate to the Charter Convention that gave Denver home rule.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Black and white copy, of a photographic print of 11 individuals who created the Colorado Conference in 1865. The individuals names are numbered at the bottom of the photograph, from left to right: Kirkbride, C. H., George Richardson, Wm. Antes, W. W. Baldwin, B. T. Vincent, John Gilliland, O. P. McMains, O. A. Willard, J. L. Dyer, Bishop Calvin Kingsley, Charles King.
Abstract Black and white halftone print and 3 black and white prints of George Richardson, second president of Colorado Seminary. One image is credited to Denver Public library.