Fisheye view of Main Street in Walsenburg, Huerfano County, Colorado, shows stone commercial buildings draped in bunting and United States flags. Pedestrians, bicycles, a barber pole, and an oversized pocketwatch advertisement are on the sidewalk....
A shed-style log cabin in Liberty, Saguache County, Colorado, has a rustic elevated porch accessed by two boards; a wagon seat and an old rug are on the porch. Bird wings are attached to the side of cabin, and a door with a screen door over it has...
Liberty (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Log cabins--Colorado--Liberty--1940-1950.
Book commemorating the Diamond Anniversary of the First Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado. Included in the book is a description of the history of the church, is former locations, photographs and a list of members of the congregation.
First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)--Directories.; First Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.)
View of the standard-gauge track of the Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway ascending rugged mountain terrain in Colorado Rockies; at center foreground, track disappears into tunnel; near mountain-top, a smoking locomotive appears.
Tunnels--Colorado--1900-1920.; Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Railway.
Two men with a 1914 Cadillac automobile have stopped to view Mt. Massive from the summit of Tennessee Pass, Lake County, Colorado. The unpaved road is the abandoned right of way of the D. & R. G. (Denver & Rio Grande) railroad narrow gauge tracks.
Cadillac automobile--Colorado--Lake County--1910-1920.; Lake County (Colo.)--1910-1920.; Mountains--Colorado--1910-1920.; Passes (Landforms)--Colorado--Lake County--1910-1920.
Yearbook for the year 1938 for Parker High School, located in Parker, Colorado.
Parker High School (Parker, Colo.)--Students--Yearbooks.; Douglas County History Research Center (Castle Rock, Colo.); School yearbooks--Colorado--Douglas County.; High schools--Colorado--Douglas County--Periodicals.
Account of Schuyler Colfax's life including letters of acceptance written by Ulysses Grant and Schuyler Colfax after being nominated as Presidential and Vice-Presidential (respectively) candidates for the Republican party in the 1868 election.