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Found in 65418 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Partial roll of 6 35 mm. photographic copy negatives made from one photographic print of a group portrait of the University of Denver men's football team.
Overview The 1892 University of Denver men's football team poses for a group portrait indoors. Copy negative made from halftone photo mechanical print. Back row (left to right): Horace Avery, William Myer, J. Stanley Edwards, J. R. Swenson, Percy Thomas, unidentified. Middle row: Clyde Stevens, Walter Lipe, T. L. A. Shaffer, Jules F. Warnecke, John Morgan. Bottom row: Joe Post, Jesse Thornton, Mr. Young, Dr. Whitney. Re-photographed 20th century.
Overview Black and white exterior view of University of Denver's Observatory Park 2111 So. St. Paul St. in Denver, Colorado c. 1893. The image shows two people infront of the home.
Overview The 1897 University of Denver (DU) men's baseball team poses for a group portrait in a field; the Colorado State Capitol building is visible in the distance. Back row (left to right): Leon Hills (left field), William G. Plested (right field), Percy Fonda (first base), Clyde Stevens (center field). Middle row: Charles Deardorff (second base), George Toomey (short stop), Vincent Daniels (third base). Bottom row: O.L. Orton (pitcher), K.S. Harb (catcher).
Overview 1898-1899 University of Denver men's football team poses indoors for a group portrait.
Overview 1898-1899 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's football team poses for a group portrait.
Overview Exterior view of University of Denver's Observatory Park 2111 So. St. Paul St. in Denver, Colorado c. 1900.
Overview Group portrait of the 1900 Pi Beta Phi sorority. Visible in back row, left to right (according to inscription, 1901 Kynewisbok), Reba Brewster, Isadore Van Gilder, Ellen Anderson, Nanaruth Taggart, Anna Berry, Marguerite Dyer. Bottom row, left to right, Mary Traylor, Alice Richardson, Bertha Brooks, Ethel Antrim, Agnes Glasgow, Grace Cockle, Lida Burkhart, Mabel Wheeler.
Overview 1900 University of Denver (DU) Pioneers men's baseball team poses for a team portrait.
Overview 1905 Edition of Webster's Handy Dictionary, Illustrated. This dictionary belonged to Annie Ginsberg and her name is written inside the book on the first page.