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.
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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.