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    • Salon Price List.

    • Price list for services provided at Beauty Shop owned by Melvina Williams.
    • Williams, Melvina.
    • 1982 April
    • Salon Appointment Book.

    • Excerpt from Melvina Williams appointment book.
    • Williams, Melvina.
    • circa 1963
    • Photo of three ladies on brown couch.

    • Color photograph of three women sitting on couch. Identified as Mrs. Alexander, Melvina Norton, and possibly Francis Pitchford (Mrs. Frank).
    • Source unknown.
    • circa 1965
    • Back in the good old days, long ago; my, oh, my!!!

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-88] Mother at 24; a friend, [ARL-89] The Family: Me at 7 yrs., Mother, Dad." The photographic prints on album page show: Sarah Garrett and friend, two African American women; Marie Anderson (later...
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    • [between 1915 and 1920]
    • The family: me at 7 yrs, mother, dad

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), an African American child of seven years poses with her parents, Joseph Anderson (a Creole from Louisiana) and Sarah Garrett Anderson (from Texas) on a porch of a house. Marie wears a print dress, socks,...
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    • 1920
    • Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Brown, Colorado Springs, 1929

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-48] Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Brown, Colorado Springs, 1929." The photographic print on album page shows: an African American man and woman in front of rock formations.
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    • 1929
    • Rev. and Mrs. Ollie Brown Colorado Springs

    • Reverend Ollie Brown and his wife, pose near a rock formation in Colorado Springs. Mrs. Brown wears a dress, stockings and ankle-strap shoes. Rev. Brown wears a suit, tie, stiff-collared shirt, vest with a watch fob that has a cross on it and a...
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    • 1929
    • Yvonne; It won't bite, Sherman

    • Yvonne Belle and Earl Sherman, two African American children pose together. Yvonne wears a dress and has a bow in her hair. Earl Sherman wears short pants and a long-sleeve shirt.
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • The Sunshine Makers

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-42] Buddy, Rosann, Betty Jean, Donald, [ARL-43] Yvonne Belle 4 yrs, Earl Sherman 3 yrs., Mrs. Mason, [ARL-44] Little Sun Beams spreading sunshine at Fitzsimmons [sic] General Hospital (No wonder the...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • Yvonne Belle 4 yrs., Earl Sherman 3 yrs., Mrs. Mason

    • Two African American children, identified as Yvonne Belle and Earl Sherman, pose with Mrs Mason, an African American woman. Mrs. Mason wears a polka-dot dress, stockings and ankle-strap shoes with a "cloche" hat. Yvonne Belle wears a dress, socks,...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • Evelyn Gaskin, Leo Horn, Look out Evelyn!

    • Leo Horn, an African American teenage man, poses with his arm around the shoulder of Evelyn Gaskin, an African American teenage woman, in Denver, Colorado. She wears a blouse, skirt, coat and "cloche" hat; he wears a suit, shirt, tie and cap.
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • A Sunday at Virginia Woodward's (Our Sunday School Teacher)

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-34] Margie, June, Charlotte, bet it was Charlotte's idea, [ARL-35] Margaret Mackey. A swell pal, [ARL-36] What a class!!, [ARL-37] Me, Charlotte, Margie, aren't we hot stuff?, [ARL-38] Little Georgia...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • What a class!!

    • African American teenage girls, who include Margaret Mackey, June and Charlotte, and a young girl sit on the steps of the house of Virginia Woodward, their Sunday School teacher. They wear dresses, stockings and "pump" shoes with ankle straps; one...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • Me, Charlotte, Margie, aren't we hot stuff?

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), Margaret Mackey, and Charlotte, three African American teenage girls pose in front of the house of Virginia Woodward, their Sunday School teacher. They wear dresses, stockings, and shoes with either a bow...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930]
    • Bet it was Charlotte's idea

    • Margie, June and Charlotte, three teenage African American girls, pose in front of the home of Virginia Woodward, their Sunday School teacher, in Denver, Colorado. They wear dresses and stockings; one wears a jacket; they stand in a circle and hold...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • Little Georgia Armstrong

    • Georgia Armstrong, an African American baby, sits on a wooden railing. She wears a white dress and white bonnet.
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • Margaret Mackey

    • Margaret Mackey, an African American teenage girl, poses on the steps of the house of Virginia Woodward (her Sunday School teacher). She wears a plaid dress and shoes with a bow.
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • James Davis

    • James Davis, an African American teenage boy, poses near an evergreen tree probably in Denver, Colorado. He wears a cap, shirt, tie and pants with a belt.
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    • [between 1929 and 1931]
    • School days and memories

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-74] James Davis, [ARL-75] West Denver High School, [ARL-76] Marie Anderson, [ARL-77] Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), [ARL-78] A lot of people are glad this little pavilion can't talk,...
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    • [between 1929 and 1931]
    • Come on down the pole, Margie

    • Margie, an African American teenage girl, holds onto a swinging ladder with one hand and onto a pole with the other hand near Rocky Mountain Lake at Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Denver, Colorado. She wears a "sailor" style blouse, a skirt, tennis...
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    • 1930 [May 26]
    • Remember those good old days, Margie and Eleanor?

    • Two African American teenage girls identified as Margie and Eleanor, sit atop a slide at Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Denver, Colorado. One wears a "sailor" style blouse and skirt; the other wears a "sailor" hat, shirt and overalls.
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    • 1930 May
    • Evelyn Clark, speaking of grace!

    • Evelyn Clark, an African American teenager and friend of Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), poses near an ivy covered brick wall in Denver, Colorado. She wears a blouse, long skirt and necklace.
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    • 1932
    • Shorter Nursery School

    • A group of African American boys and girls from Shorter Nursery School pose in front of Shorter AME Church. Included in the photo are Samuel Harris and Alvin Caldwell, Sr.'s brother. The boys wear short or long sleeve shirts with short or long...
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    • 1932
    • Shorter Nursery School

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-85] Evelyn Clark, speaking of grace!, [ARL-86] Shorter Nursery School." The photographic prints on album page show: Evelyn Clark, an African American teenage girl; a group of boys and girls from...
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    • 1932
    • I'll bet you still like to do it, too

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), an African American teenage girl, sits on a swing at Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Denver, Colorado. She wears a cap turned backwards, overalls, a tie and shirt.
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    • 1930 [May 26]
    • Rocky Mountain Lake, Memorial Day

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-26] Come on down the pole, Margie, [ARL-27] What's the matter Evelyn? It can't be that bad, Margie. Is Edna Mae happy?, [ARL-28] I'll bet you still like to do it, too, [ARL-29] West High's perfect...
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    • 1930 [May 26]
    • Photograph of Leroy Smith

    • Polaroid photograph of Leroy Smith posing in Rhythm Record and Sporting Goods store
    • Source unknown
    • undated
    • Letter from Leo Simon to Otha Rice

    • Letter written from Leo Simon from Beaumont Texas to Otha Rice. Letter discusses Otha's life in Denver, as well as Simon's life in Texas.
    • Simon, Leo.
    • 1954 August 2
    • Interior Rice's Tap Room and Oven.

    • Black and white photograph of several individuals seated at bar in Rice's Tap Room and Oven. Caption "Rice's Tap Room and Oven Home of Blue Monday, Ladies Night Every Thursday, Photo by J.D.M."
    • Source unknown.
    • undated
    • Letter from Wilma J. Webb to Sarah L. Foster

    • Letter from Wilma Webb (Colorado State Representative) to Sarah Foster (President Five Points Business Association) pertaining to the Juneteenth Parade and Celebration.
    • Webb, Wilma J.
    • 1990 March 26
    • Untitled Hotel Project Proposal

    • Business proposal to build a hotel in Five Points by Otha Rice of the Rice's Tap Room and Oven.
    • Rice, Otha.
    • undated
    • Otha Rice Portrait as a young man.

    • Professional black and white photograph of Otha Rice. Written on front "To a school chum Otha Rice '34" and Oepheum Studio Denver.
    • Source unknown.
    • circa 1934

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