Interior view of Frank L. Woodward's residence at 1357 Williams Street in Denver, Colorado. May F. Woodward leans over a wooden railing near the stairs. Decor includes paneling, coffered ceilings, and a brass floor lamp.
Denver (Colo.)--1890-1910.; Houses--Colorado--Denver--1890-1910.; Interiors--Colorado--Denver--1890-1910.; Woodward, Frank Lincoln, 1866-1930.--Homes & haunts.
May Woodward, Frank Woodward's wife, poses on the porch of a house in either Colorado Springs or Denver, Colorado. She holds a parasol and wears gloves, a hat decorated with flowers, and dress with a bustle.
Women--Colorado--1890-1910.; Woodward, Frank Lincoln, 1866-1930.--Family.; Woodward, Mae.
C. M. Wood stands near a right-hand drive automobile parked in front of Frank L. Woodward's residence at 1357 Williams Street in Denver, Colorado. His wife sits in the passenger seat of the convertible automobile.
Denver (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Automobiles--Colorado--Denver--1900-1910.; Wood, C. M.; Woodward, Frank Lincoln, 1866-1930.--Homes & haunts.
Interior view of the study in Frank L. Woodward's residence at 1357 Williams Street in Denver, Colorado; decor includes book cases with leaded glass doors, a beer stein, arts and crafts furniture, and cushions.
Studio bust portrait of Frank Lincoln Woodward, a senior at Denver High School in Denver, Colorado. Woodward's hair is parted to the side and he wears a morning coat, a silk cravat or bow tie and a shirt with an upright collar.
Denver (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Students--Colorado--Denver--1880-1890.; Woodward, Frank Lincoln, 1866-1930.; Denver High School--People--1880-1890.; Denver Public Schools--People--1880-1890.
Booklet compiled for the fiftieth anniversary of the Central Presbyterian Church located in Denver, Colorado. Included in the book are excerpts of correspondence from previous clergy, list of all Elders during the fifty years, and a history of the...
Central Presbyterian Church (Denver, Colo.); Presbyterian Church--Colorado--Denver.
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...
Oversized, white ceramic coffee cups, plates, glass tumblers, and silverware are on a table at a Wolhurst party in Littleton, Colorado, with flower arrangements and a bowl of cut fruit [?]. Folding chairs are in the foreground.