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Cushing, Lillian

 Person

Ballet teacher working in Denver, Colorado

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Cushing, Lillian, 1953

 File
Identifier: M123.03.0042.0004
Overview Photographs of Lilliam Cushing, a performer with the Central City Opera
Dates: 1953

Frank Ricketson and Lillian Cushing at McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00005
Overview Black and white photograph of Frank Ricketson Jr. and Lillian Cushing during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO. Memorial reads: ' Frederick McFarlane, A native of Central City, A donor with the members of his family - of the opera house, A gentle and kindly man, Greatlly beloved by all who knew him. Their rich memory of him, friends dedicate this fountain, 1965.'
Dates: 1965 July 3

Frank Ricketson and Lillian Cushing at McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00006
Overview Black and white photograph of Frank Ricketson Jr. and Lillian Cushing during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO.
Dates: 1965 July 3

Frank Ricketson Jr. Speaks at McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00001
Overview Black and white photograph of Mrs. Frederick McFarland ( Lillian Cushing) stands to the left of Frank Ricketson Jr. speaking to a crowd during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO.
Dates: 1965 July 3

Frank Ricketson Jr. Speaks at McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00002
Overview Black and white photograph of Frank Ricketson Jr. speaking to a crowd and to his left Lillian Cushing (Frederick's second wife, CCOHA choreographer) during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO.
Dates: 1965 July 3

Frank Ricketson Jr. Speaks at McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00003
Overview Black and white photograph of Lillian Cushing (black and white dress) who was a choreographer for Central City productions and Frank Ricketson Jr. speaking to a crowd during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO.
Dates: 1965 July 3

Lillian Cushing, 1953

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0042.0004.00001
Overview Portrait of Lillian Cushing in a garden; choreographer with the Central City Opera.
Dates: 1953

McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00004
Overview Black and white photograph of Frank Ricketson Jr., Lillian Cushing and an unidentified affiliate speaking during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO.
Dates: 1965 July 3

McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00007
Overview Black and white photograph of Frank Ricketson Jr. and Lillian Cushing during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO. Memorial reads: ' Frederick McFarlane, A native of Central City, A donor with the members of his family - of the opera house, A gentle and kindly man, Greatlly beloved by all who knew him. Their rich memory of him, friends dedicate this fountain, 1965.'
Dates: 1965 July 3

McFarlane Fountain Dedication, 1965 July 3

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0079.0002.00008
Overview Black and white photograph of (far left) Frank Ricketson Jr., Lillian Cushing and two unidentified affiliates during the dedication ceremony of the McFarlane Fountain on July 3, 1965 in an unknown location in Central City, CO. Memorial reads: ' Frederick McFarlane, A native of Central City, A donor with the members of his family - of the opera house, A gentle and kindly man, Greatlly beloved by all who knew him. Their rich memory of him, friends dedicate this fountain, 1965.'
Dates: 1965 July 3