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    • Cripple Creek, Apr. 10th 1892

    • Bird's eye view of early Cripple Creek, Colorado (Fremont prior to incorporation); scene includes one and two-story log and wooden frame flat and gable roof buildings and numerous canvas tents scattered throughout town and on hillsides; identified...
    • Benson, O. B.
    • 1892 April 10
    • First church

    • Exterior view of early Congregational church, "Whosoever Will," (formed by Reverend Sanderson), Cripple Creek, Colorado; church is a canvas tent on wooden frame with front wooden platform and steps leading to center entry; stacks of firewood are at...
    • Williamson-Haffner.
    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • The Church Record: vol 1 no 1

    • Newsletter produced by the Central Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in newsletter is a sermon by different religious leaders within the church, list of new members and events of different church societies.
    • Central Presbyterian Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1901 February 26
    • Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Weekly Bulletin

    • First bulletin created for the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church located in Denver, Colorado. This program highlights the church's "Pioneer Day" and includes an agenda for that day's worship services as well as announcements for the congregation.
    • Trinity Methodist Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1913 June 15
    • The Worship, The Work, The Welcome

    • Church bulletin for July 7, 1901. It has the order for worship for the 11 o'clock service, and the vesper services at 4:45 o'clock. It also contains the attendance record for the week of June 30- July 7, pastor's notes, special information, and a...
    • Central Presbyterian Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1901 July 7
    • Denver social welfare, Sunshine Mission

    • View of a stage at the Sunshine Rescue Mission (also known as the Denver Rescue Mission) in Denver, Colorado; musicians sit on stage with piano, tuba, saxaphone, cello, and other instruments; banners above stage read: "Whosoever Will May Come"...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1900 and 1920?]
    • Hilltopper, Volume 1 Number 5

    • Neighborhood newsletter highlighting Capitol Hill businesses and interests.
    • The Monarch Press
    • 1954 April 14

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