Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Overview 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.
Overview 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.
Overview 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.
Overview 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.
Overview 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...
Overview 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.
Overview Black and white print of University of Denver Chancellor Chester Alter, New York Governor W. Averell Harriman (recipient of an honorary doctorate from the University of Denver), and Denver Mayor Thomas Currigan in academic regalia at the University's centennial commencement ceremony in 1964.