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    • Original Cherry Creek School

    • View of the front of the original Cherry Creek School building on the Cherry Creek High School campus located at 9300 East Union Avenue, Greenwood Village (Arapahoe County), Colorado.The one-story clapboard building is in the middle of a paved...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • [between 1980 and 1990?]
    • Illinois Mining Accidents 1889 to 1925

    • An alphabetical listing of people who were killed in mining accidents in Illinois from 1889 to 1925.
    • Sherard, Gerald E. (Gerald Emerson), 1947-
    • 2007
    • Fairmount sexton's records, 1891-1953, Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado.

    • Fairmount Sexton’s Records 1891-1953 list over 85,500 burials or entombments. The Fairmount Sexton Records 1891–1953 were microfilmed in 1959 by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The grave registers were arrange in rough “alphabetical order” by...
    • Denver Public Library, Western History/Genealogy Dept.;
    • 2004
    • Entrance to the Curtis School

    • Exterior photograph of the entrance to the Curtis Historic School in Greenwood Village, Colorado. This 1914 brick schoolhouse served children in the Greenwood Village area until 1967 and now houses a center for the arts. It became the focus of...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1991 October
    • Side view of Curtis School

    • Exterior photograph of the exterior of the Curtis Historic School in Greenwood Village, Colorado. This 1914 brick schoolhouse served children in the Greenwood Village area until 1967 and now houses a center for the arts. It became the focus of...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1991 October
    • Side of Curtis School

    • Exterior photograph of the side of the Curtis Historic School in Greenwood Village, Colorado. This 1914 brick schoolhouse served children in the Greenwood Village area until 1967 and now houses a center for the arts. It became the focus of local...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1991 October
    • 8101 E. Prentice Ave., Greenwood Village

    • View of a 12 (twelve) story commercial office building at 8101 E. Prentice Avenue in the Denver Tech Center, Greenwood Village (Arapahoe County), Colorado. The brick office building has alternating courses of brick and glass windows. The facade has...
    • Whitacre, Roger.
    • 1991 October
    • 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]
    • Margaret Shelton and Me at Lock Vale

    • Margaret Shelton and Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), two African American teenage girls, stand on rocks in water at Loch (Locke) Vale in Rocky Mountain National Park (Larimer County), Colorado. They wear pants, blouses and boots. Marie...
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    • 1929, August 20-30
    • The gang

    • African American teenagers pose on steps by the entrance of West High School in Denver, Colorado. Included in photo are: James Davis, Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), and Julius Johnson. The teenage girls wear dresses, stockings,...
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    • [between 1929 and 1931]
    • Marie Anderson

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), an African American teenage girl, poses by trees near West High School in Denver, Colorado. She wears a coat with a fur collar and cuffs, a "cloche" hat, a necklace, dress and stockings.
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    • [between 1929 and 1931]
    • Marie Anderson

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), an African American teenage girl, sits on side of steps at entrance of West High School in Denver, Colorado. She wears stockings, and a coat with a fur collar and cuffs.
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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]
    • Hazel Merritt, is she lots of fun!

    • Hazel Merritt, an African American teenage girl and cousin of Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), poses near a large rock formation probably in Denver, Colorado. She wears a dark jacket, skirt and scarf. She holds a hat, purse and book.
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    • [between 1929 and 1932]
    • Have your fun while you may, Hazel

    • Hazel Merritt, an African American teenage girl and cousin of Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), sits on a fender of a car. She wears a one-piece outfit, a watch, a bracelet, and has a scarf on her head.
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    • [between 1929 and 1932]
    • Octave Rainey, Jr.

    • Portrait of Octave Rainey, Jr., an African American teenage boy and cousin of Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood). He wears a tweed jacket, vest, shirt, tie and has a handkerchief in his breast pocket.
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    • [between 1929 and 1932]
    • Mother at 24; a friend

    • Sarah Garrett (later Anderson) at age 24, an African American woman, mother of Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), poses with a woman friend in Los Angeles, California. Sarah wears a three-quarter length coat with a dress that has a wide...
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    • 1915
    • 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
    • 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]
    • Everybody's happy except Marie. Musta been somethin' she e't

    • Pictured are Declora James, Zudora Blakey, Mary E. Wood ("Woody," the Camp's Director), Marie Anderson, a camp counselor (later Marie L. Greenwood), Ruby Hawkins, Ethel Wood, Marie Yarbra, and Eleanor Hawkins ("Hawky, " a camp counselor) African...
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    • 1932
    • Miss Jones and I stranded in mid-stream

    • Two counselors, Miss Jones and Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood) are stuck on some rocks in the middle of South Boulder Creek in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. They wear swim suits and swim caps.
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    • 1934
    • Breakfast out of doors first week. Such hard workers!!!

    • A group of African American female campers, who include Zipporah Parks, pose together on the grounds of Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. Their counselors (including Marie Anderson, later Marie L. Greenwood) are in the...
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    • 1936
    • First Week, "Andy Family"

    • Seven teenage girls, African American campers who include Yvonne Mason, stand with their counselor Andy, Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), by a wooden structure at Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado.
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    • 1936
    • Came to Canon City

    • Eighteen studio portraits from Canon City, Colorado, are montaged in rows and identified with dates of arrival as follows: left to right: Mrs. W. A. Watson 1865, W. A. Watson 1865, Mrs. W. C. Catlin 1860, W. C. Catlin 1860, Mrs. T. S. Lowther 1876,...
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    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • "Pat," "Woody" and "Peggy," Me, Mrs. Wilson

    • Four African American women, Katherine Patton (Pat), Mary E. Wood (Woody), Marie Anderson ( Andy, later Marie L. Greenwood), and Mrs. Wilson pose together at Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. Woody has a broken leg and leans...
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    • 1936, August
    • Camp Nizhoni

    • A group of African American campers and their counselors (including Marie Anderson, later Marie L. Greenwood) frolic in South Boulder Creek on the campgrounds of Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. Most wear swim suits and swim...
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    • 1937
    • Camp staff breakfast at Mother Gross'

    • Nine African American women pose at the home of Mother Gross, Camp Nizhoni's cook, somewhere in Colorado. Pictured are: Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), "Woody" (Mary E. Wood) on crutches, Mother Gross, "Snippy" (Mildred Parsons), Jessie...
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    • 1936, August
    • Two happy weeks at camp!

    • A group of teenage, African American girls, who include Ethel Hawkins and Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), pose with a counselor at Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. They wear dresses, sweaters, jackets, coats and...
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    • 1928
    • Waiting for the train

    • A group of teenage African American girls, who include Charlotte Mosley, Katherine Norton, Jessie Sharp, Ethel Hawkins and Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood) and a counselor, wait for a train at Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County),...
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    • 1928
    • Camp Nizhoni

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood), a camp counselor, poses with other counselors on the grounds of Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado.
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    • [between 1937 and 1940]
    • Camp Nizhoni

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-197] [Camp Nizhoni], [ARL-198] [Jessie Sharp], [ARL-199] [Mother Gross], [ARL-200] [Camp Nizhoni]." The photographic prints on album page show: Mother Gross, Frances Elliott and an unknown African...
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    • [between 1937 and 1940]
    • Are we happy?

    • Marie Anderson (later Marie L. Greenwood) and Ethel Hawkins, African American teenage women pose on the campground of Camp Nizhoni in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County), Colorado. They wear overalls and shirts. Sombreros are slung on their backs.
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    • 1928
    • Camp 1929-1930 (cont'd)

    • Text and annotations on album page read: "[ARL-20] My, my, what a scare!! But the porcupine is buried now, [ARL-21] What! washing again? Well, after all it has been a year!, [ARL-22] Ain't nature grand?!?, [ARL-23] Zudora Blakey, Jean Moore, Annie...
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    • [between 1929 and 1930]
    • 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]

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