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Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

City of Durango and Mesa Verde Ruins, 1975 September

Identifier: B229.01.0010.00001

Silent color film depicting scenes from around Durango, Colorado including Fort Lewis College, Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, and Mesa Verde National Park.

Dates: 1975 September

Container 15: "Spirit of Place" Exhibition Poster, 1993

 Item — Box U005.01.0015: [Barcode: U186018629981]
Identifier: U005.0015

Poster white-framed photograph. At top "School of Art" then photograph of kiva lighted against a dusk sky, with red and grey stones. Below photograph "Cedar Tree Tower: Mesa Verde National Park, a World Heritage Site, Colorado." Below that is "Spirit of Place An Exhibition of Photographs by Lorran Meares November 1993 - University of Denver 2121 East Asbury, Denver Colorado 80208 303/871-2846 800/876-3323."

Dates: 1993

Exploring the American Past, 1967

Identifier: B229.02.0007.0006

Color film depicting a history of the American continent before European arrival. "Exploring the American Past: The first Americans in Colorado" Janet Moone personal print, color. Closing credits read "Photographed and Directed by Kenneth A. Meyer. Acknowledgements Mesa Verde National Park, University of Colorado Museum, the Westernaires. A Barbre Producetion, Denver."

Dates: 1967

Exploring the American Past

Identifier: B229.02.0007.0006x

Color film depicting a history of the American continent before European arrival.

Dates: 1924-1981

Letter on Copper, 1950

Identifier: B266.03.0002.0018.00001

Letter written on copper from Harold Winograd to his sister Eleanor Judd. Harold and Florence Winograd took a trip with two of their sons to the Kennecutt open-pit mine in Utah, near the Salt Lake. The mine had souvenirs of a thin sheet of copper. The family also visited Mesa Verde.

Dates: 1950