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Found in 1693 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This file contains photographs of the Central City structure - William's Stable. The stable is located on Eureka Street across from the Opera House and before and after every performance the CCOHA dancers would present a square dance.
Overview Willis (Willie) Marks was a screen actor in silent films and a stage actor. He directed his first plays in his hometown of Rochester, Minn. and by the 1888/1889 season he worked in St. Paul, Minn. During the early 1900's he moved to Los Angeles, Calif. and in 1910 played a minor part in the silent film, Over the Garden Wall. He was a member of the cast in the silent films: Mysterious Mrs. M (1917); The Unknown soldier (1917); The Jack-knife man (1920); Traveling on (1922); and Abraham...
Overview Photograph of Winifred Ainslee, an actress who performed as Grace in the 1955 Central City production of 'Bus Stop.'
Overview Photograph of Winifred Ainslee, an actress who performed as Grace in the 1955 Central City production of 'Bus Stop,' reading a script.
Overview Black and white photograph of unidentified woman changing the lightbulb of the fixture at the main entrance of the Teller House on Eureka Street in Central City, Colorado.
Overview Black and white photograph of unidentified affiliates standing in front of the Teller House, a billboard on the front of the building reads,'The Teller House Night Club, Special New York Attraction, The International Favorite, Mr. John Hovsradt, Thursday and Saturday evening,' in Central City, Colorado.
Overview Black and white photograph of unidentified woman cleaning off the inside of the Teller House Book Shop window.
Overview An unidentified woman appears in the 1965 Central City Opera production of ''The Barber of Seville.''
Overview Photograph of a woman painting the outside of the Central City Opera House in Central City. The structure is located in Gilpin county in Central City, Colorado.
Overview This file contains programs and newspaper clippings from the CCOHA sponsored event, The Yellow Rose Ball. Event took place at the Teller House in Central City and was to honor the Flower Girls from various CCOH festival seasons. Bcka of program reads,' the yellow Rose ball is probably the oldest rtadtion of Central City, It is surprising to many visitiors that such beautiful rose could prosper high in the Rockies. These same roses are also found in the hills of Cornwall on the west coast of...