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Police

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Box 17 (IFA shirt), circa 1955

 File — Box B199.06.0017: Series B199.05 [U186023261560]
Identifier: B199.05.0017
Scope and Contents Contains a man's shirt with Denver IFA #20 embroidered on the back. The IFA is in the middle of an embroidered outline of a bare foot. The shirt is black with a gold strip at the top on the front and back of the shirt. On the label is "Kobey's Ropes Shirts, Made in Arizona, Douglas, Arizona. The shirt is 56 x 84 centimeters. The International Footprint Association is a group that supports the police in their communities.
Dates: circa 1955

Clippings, 1919

 File
Identifier: B311.02.0002
Overview Series contains 5 scanned pages of newspaper clippings related to the murder of Detective George G. Klein in 1919.
Dates: 1919

H. Roth , 1919-1920

 File
Identifier: B111.08.0008.0011
Overview Roth was a Special Deputy Sheriff in Pueblo County.
Dates: 1919-1920

Henry Roth in Pueblo Police Uniform, circa 1905

 Item
Identifier: B348.01.0002.00001
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, and programs related to the Roth and Ambrose families from 1890 through 1966.
Dates: circa 1905

Joseph Reilly for Colorado Reflections

 Item
Identifier: couda-reilly
Overview Joseph (Joe) Reilly, a retired Denver policeman, discusses his childhood and first job working at Gates Rubber Company in Denver. Reflects on his 28 career as a policeman in Denver, including Denver Police training in the 1920s, prohibition, police corruption, and the condition of prisons and jails. Reilly discusses the changes in the way that police officers are treated in the community, the evolution of police tools, and changes in training.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Letter from Denver Police Chief to Dean of Students at DU, 1970 May 19

 Item
Identifier: U219.03.0003.0006.00001
Overview Letter from Denver Police Chief to Dean of Students at DU complimenting DU on the order maintained during the Woodstock West demonstrations.
Dates: 1970 May 19

Max Stein as a Mounted Policeman, circa 1910

 Item
Identifier: B063.02.0002.00029
Overview Max Stein dressed in a police uniform with a star badge pinned to his jacket. He stands in front of a saddled horse in Pueblo, Colorado.
Dates: circa 1910

Mela Lindsay for Colorado Reflections

 Item
Identifier: couda-lindsay
Overview Mela Lindsay (Amelia Meisner Lindsay) was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 1905. She discusses her family's journey across the world. Her family moved to Kansas and she moved to Colorado in 1927 after getting married. Mela Lindsay discusses her memories of the landscape of Denver in the 1920s, living through the Great Depression, and being married to a Denver police officer. Lindsay also discusses her books: "The White Lamb" and "A Window into the Iron Curtain."
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Our Gang in "Official Officers", undated

 Item
Identifier: B229.02.0006.0005
Overview Silent black and white comedic film portraying a gang of small children teaming up with law enforcement.
Dates: undated

Our Gang in "Official Officers", 1925

 Item
Identifier: B229.02.0006.0005x
Overview Silent black and white comedic film portraying a gang of small children teaming up with law enforcement.
Dates: 1925