Document describing the history of the Glenarm YMCA and it's significance to the African American community in Denver, Colo. Includes narrative, map and photographs. May be part of National Register Application documentation.
View of a billboard located near the Speer viaduct, Denver, Colorado. The billboard has a frame that consists of two oversized newel posts with newel caps, and a cornice across the top with a small pediment with letters that read: "Alden Sign Co."...
Alden Sign Co.--Products--1930-1940.; Drewrys Ltd. USA (South Bend, Ind.)--Public relations--1930-1940.; Denver (Colo.)--1930-1940.; Beer.; Billboards.; Brewing industry.
Index of the American Woodmen Insurance Ledger from 1901-1907. Index pertains to insurance policies bought by African Americans during that time frame. The index contains the following information: Name of the Insured, "Camp and State" of...
American Woodmen's Life Insurance Company.; Life insurance agents--Colorado--Denver.; Life insurance--Colorado--Denver.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver.
Apache Chief Geronimo poses for a half-length portrait. He is wearing a feather headdress and a buckskin shirt with tassles. He holds a pistol in his right hand. A pile of hay is directly behind where he sits. Geronimo appeared in Colonel Cummin's...
Apache Indians--1880-1900.; Indians of North America--Clothing & dress--1880-1900.; Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Geronimo, 1829-1909.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Native American (Apache) women and children pose outdoors near a timber shelter, probably either Arizona or New Mexico. Pots and pans hang on the wall of the shelter. Woven baskets are on the ground nearby.
Apache Indians--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--1880-1910.; Children--1880-1910.; Shelters--1880-1910.; Women--1880-1910.
A group of Native American (Apache) men, women, and children pose near a group of tents in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The men wear moccasins, breechcloths, and headbands or hats. One man wears a feather roach.
Apache Indians--New Mexico--Albuquerque--1880-1910.; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Albuquerque--1880-1910.; Albuquerque (N.M.)--1880-1910.; Children--New Mexico--Albuquerque--1880-1910.; Women--New Mexico--Albuquerque--1880-1910.
Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Native American (Arapahoe, Sioux, Cheyenne, & Kiowa) men. They wear blankets over their laps.
Arapaho Indians--1860-1870.; Cheyenne Indians--1860-1870.; Dakota Indians--1860-1870.; Indians of North America--1860-1870.; Kiowa Indians--1860-1870.; Black Kettle.; Bosse.; Bull Bear.; Left Hand, Southern Arapaho chief, ca. 1820-1864?; Neva.;...
Studio portrait (standing) of Shib-o-nester, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He leans on a fur pelt that is draped over a pedestal. He wears beaded leggings, a breechcloth, a blanket cape, fur pelts over his braids, and a fur cap.
Arapaho Indians--1860-1880.; Indians of North America--1860-1880.; Shib-o-nester.
Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Black Coal, Coolidge, and Painting Horse, Native American (Arapaho) men. Black Coal and Painting Horse wear scarves over their braids. Coolidge wears a watch chain.
Arapaho Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Black Coal.; Coolidge.; Painting Horse.
A group of Native American (Arapaho) children and a group of men on horseback pose near a Sun Dance camp, probably in Wyoming. The groups stand nearby a group of tepees, one of which consists of just poles. The men on horseback wear hats.
Arapaho Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Children--1880-1890.; Horseback riding--1880-1890.; Indian encampments--1880-1890.; Sun dance--1880-1890.; Tipis--1880-1890.
Studio portrait (standing) of Grey [or Yellow] Eyes, a Native American (Arapaho) man. He holds a war bonnet feather headdress and a revolver. One of his feet rests on a log. He wears moccasins, leggings, a breechcloth, metal armbands, a metal bead...
Arapaho Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Headdresses--1880-1890.; Grey Eyes.
Studio portrait (sitting) of Painting Horse, his sister, and a man, Native American (Arapaho) men and woman. The men wear scarves around their necks. Painting Horse's sister wears a dress and a blanket across her lap.
Arapaho Indians--1880-1890.; Indians of North America--1880-1890.; Women--1880-1890.; Painting Horse--Family.; Painting Horse.