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Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Black and white architectural illustration of Margery Reed Mayo Hall.
Dates: 1928 January 30
File — Box B356.04.0024: Series B356.04 [Barcode: U186023251492]
Abstract The newspaper articles, photographs, objects and LP records illustrate the life of a Jewish family in the western United States. Some of the material is about Dorothy Bercu Gross who had been a Vaudville dancer and then was a fitness instructor. Her husband was a physician.
File — Box D096.0076: Series D096.02 [Barcode: U186023289071]
Abstract This box contains (3) framed objects. The first is a framed drawing of Dorothy Shaw, a happy birthday present drawn by Gene Anthony, done in 1962. The second is a photo collage of the 1974 Dorothy Shaw Bell Choir. The third is a list of people who presented Dr. and Mrs. Shaw with their portraits in honor of their service to the Cheyenne Mountain School; a piece of paper on the bottom of the framed list indicates that Dr. Shaw used the cash present that was also presented to buy the curtains...
Dates: 1951-1952, 1962, 1974
File — Object M123.0331: Series M123.05 [Barcode: U186024329117]
Abstract This wrapped item contains various set drawings for Martha (1947, Donald Oenslager), set drawings for The New Moon (1988), and costume design for Central City Nights (1937, Robert Edmond Jones). Items were found in CCOHA offices and moved to be with the rest of the collection and housed with like items.
Abstract File contains two (2) papers 11 x 13 inches with drawings of building plaques by an unknown artist mounted on black cardstock; one paper has five (5) drawings for signs for the Central City Opera House and the second paper has four (4) drawings of plaques for unknown structures.
Abstract Sketches of costumes, drawn by Elemer Nagy, a stage director and set designer who worked with the Central City Opera from 1949-1957.