Two Native American women race their horses past a large crowd congregated behind a fence on the side of a dirt track. One woman is ahead of the other. Some of the men in the crowd stand on the fence rails. A square, viewing stand holds more people...
Advertisements--Colorado--1920-1930.; Horse racing--Colorado--1920-1930.; Indians of North America--Women--1920-1930.
A Native American with a feather headdress, a peace pipe and fringed buckskin clothes and a Chinese man with a queue (braid), and shan ku (tunic and trousers) and bu xie (cotton shoes), stand beside signs on a wall that convey anti-Chinese,...
African Americans--1870-1880.; Chinese--1870-1880.; Indians of North America--Government relations--1870-1880.; Handbills--1870-1880.; Race discrimination--1870-1880.
Flyer addressed to the Proprietors and Managers of Theaters in Denver, CO, warning them against the segregation of theater customers. Issued by the Denver Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
James H. Teller, attorney at Teller, Whatley and Scott and ex-chief justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado writes a letter to Robert E. Ewalt of the Lincoln Hills Company to endorse the Lincoln Hills community.
African Americans--Colorado--Lincoln Hills. ; Lincoln Hills Company (Colo.) -- Archives.; Lincoln Hills (Colo.)