African-American boys and girls, members of the children's group of the American Woodmen's Association, pose with a woman probably in Denver, Colorado. The boys wears uniforms that include peaked caps. The girls wear wide-brimmed hats and shawls.
American Woodmen--People--1920-1930.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.; Denver (Colo.)--1920-1930.; Children--Colorado--Denver--1920-1930.
African-American men and women, members of an American Woodmen's Association band, pose outdoors near an office in Cleveland, Ohio. They pose with their instruments that include drums, clarinets, trumpets, trombones, and baritones. A banner and...
American Woodmen--People--1930-1940.; African Americans--Ohio--Cleveland--1930-1940.; Cleveland (Ohio)--1930-1940.; Bands--Ohio--Cleveland--1930-1940.; Fraternal organizations--Ohio--Cleveland--1930-1940.; Women--Ohio--Cleveland--1930-1940.
Studio portrait of an African-American man, a member of the American Woodmen's Association. He wears uniform which includes a double breasted jacket with epaulets and pins that read "A. W." and a peaked cap with a decorative pin.
American Woodmen--People--1900-1910.; African Americans--1900-1910.; Men--1900-1910.
View of the American Woodmen's Life Building (1950; Gordon White, architect) at 2100 Downing Street in the City Park West neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. White terracotta wraps much of the exterior of the two story, Streamline Moderne building....
American Woodmen's Life Insurance Company--Buildings--1980-1990.; City Park West (Denver, Colo.)--1970-1980.; Denver (Colo.)--1970-1980.; Insurance companies.; American Woodmen's Life Insurance Company--Buildings--Pictorial works.; Insurance...
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.
Reproduction shows architect's proposal for the Woodmen's Building at Leadville, Lake County, Colorado. The three-story structure has a console over the entry, dormers with finials, and a round corner tower. People and buggies are in the street.
African-American men, women, and children, members of the American Woodmen's Association and Shriners, many in costume or uniform, pose with banners and pennants near the Association's office at 2100 Downing Street in the Five Points neighborhood...
American Woodmen--People--1950-1960.; Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine for North America--People--1950-1960.; African Americans--Colorado--Denver--1950-1960.; Denver (Colo.)--1950-1960.;...
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