Red Rocks Park (Colo.)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Two (2) 8x10 black and white photographs of Eugene Connely a tenor with the Denver Symphony Orchestra. Three (3) large format black and white negatives of him interacting with children in what appears to be a nursery. One (1) black and white negative of him in front of the B'nai B'rith building at the National Jewish Hospital. Six (6) large format black and white negatives of him at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Pioneer impresario Arthur M. Oberfelder came to Denver in 1913 and by 1917 had started his own concert management company. He started the Concert Under the Stars at Red Rocks and was responsible for bringing many entertainment groups to Denver. Collection contains invitations, programs, news clippings, portraits, certificates, photographs, scrapbooks, and autograph books related to the Oberfelder family and the Oberfelder Concert series from 1924 through 1978.
Philip Milstein, a civil engineer in Denver and one of the founders of Downtown Denver, Inc., discusses his experience as a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Reflects on his career during the Great Depression, how Denver has grown, changes to the urban landscape, and the future of Denver. Reflects on Denver mayors, the strength of the Ku Klux Klan, the building of the Stapleton Airport, and the creation of Red Rocks.
Digitized sepia image of Sonja Savig leaping in the air with three other male dancers. The photograph is taken at Red Rocks. Other female dancer is Freidann Parker.
Sepia digitized image of Sonja Savig and fellow dancers posing outdoors at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Other female dancers is Freidann Parker.
Sepia digitzed image of Sonja Savig, Martha Wilcox, and male and female dancers posing at Red Rocks. Other female dancer is Freidann Parker.