Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 2 sets of color negatives of former Arizona Governor and Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbit speaking at the Law School at the University of Denver.
Abstract Left to right: Governor McNichols, Mandel Berenbaum, and an unidentified man pose behind a Governor McNichols' desk. Mr. Berenbaum and the unidentified man hold a B'nai B'rith poster showing Governor McNichols.
Dates: circa 1957
Abstract Four men and a woman pose behind a desk. Bob Gamzey, Mandel Winter, and Lou Gelt stand left to right behind Governor Dan Thornton and Mary Hyman who sit holding a page.
Dates: between 1940-1960
Abstract Left to right: Sanford Hertz, Sid (Sidney) Grazi, Governor Stephen McNichols, and Norman Grey pose together in front of a mural. Sid Grazi and Governor McNichols hold a document. There are printer marks on the front of the photograph.
Dates: between 1940-1960
File — Box M123.0394: Series M123.03 [Barcode: U186023289550]
Abstract This box contains identified photos of Chester Alter, Caroline Bancroft, Bettertoy, Caleb Gates, Edwin Johnson, John Love, William McGlone, and Nancy Parker.
Abstract Tents in front of houses and a building with smoke stacks at Camp Goldfield during the 1903-1904 strike in the Cripple Creek Mining District. Camp Goldfield was below the Portland Mine in Goldfield, Colorado, near Victor, Colorado. Colonel Milton Louis Anfenger was an aide-de-camp to Colorado Governor James H. Peabody and militia Brigadier General Sherman M. Bell during Colorado's response to the 1903-1904 strike. The photograph is on page 37 of Milton Anfenger's scrapbook.
Dates: 1903 September 6
Abstract Tents at Camp Goldfield during the 1903-1904 strike in the Cripple Creek Mining District. In front of the tents is a railroad bridge, buildings, and a train on railroad tracks. In back of of the tents are buildings, mine dumps, and a building and smokestacks on top of a mountain slope labled "Portland." Camp Goldfield was below the Portland Mine in Goldfield, Colorado, near Victor, Colorado. Colonel Milton Louis Anfenger was an aide-de-camp to Colorado Governor James H. Peabody and militia...
Dates: 1903 October 6
Abstract Photographic image of Chancellor Dwight Smith, Governor Richard (Dick) Lamm, and donor Leo Block. Chancellor Smith is wearing academic regalia. On the University of Denver campus, 1987.