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    • A counter in the cooperative dry goods store

    • Japanese women pull merchandise for men in the cooperative dry goods store at Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. One young man wears eye glasses and holds a cigarette. Shirts, sweaters and stacks of boxes...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 December 12
    • Evacuee barracks showing gardens and trees

    • A Japanese boy plays with the pedals of a bicycle in the yard between barracks, Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. Area includes gardens, grasses and trees with wooden stakes and strings marking walkways....
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 June 20
    • Irrigating thinned lettuce on the project farm (K. Itow)

    • K. Itow clears soil from an irrigation ditch amid rows of young lettuce on the project farm, Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. He wears a straw hat and has gloves in his back pocket. Other Japanese...
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 June 4
    • Exhibits of work done by the various boy scout troops at Granada.

    • Boy scout troop exhibits at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. A "Boy Scouts of America, Amache District" banner hangs above the exhibit, with a wooden sign "Troop 162" in front of it. A scout crest...
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 May 10
    • Granada Center from the water tower

    • Overview of prefabricated army-style barracks at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado, includes small trees and gardens with rolling prairie in the background.
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 June 20
    • Harvesting the first spinach from the project farm

    • Bushel baskets filled with spinach show along rows in a field at the project farm, Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. Japanese internees work in the distance. A row of deciduous trees forms a windbreak at...
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 June 4
    • High School commencement

    • Young Japanese women in white graduation gowns, high heels and mortar board caps and a men in dark gowns and caps assemble in a courtyard at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. The wind blows their...
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 June 24
    • Part of the Irish potatoes being grown on the center farm

    • Several Japanese internees squat or bend to inspect a row of Irish potato plants in a field on the project farm, Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. A row of deciduous trees forms a windbreak at the side...
    • McClelland, Joe.
    • 1943 June 4
    • The Ninomiya family in their barracks room at the Amache Center

    • Interior view of the Ninomiya family's barracks at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, southeastern Colorado; shows Tosh Ninomiya at a folding card table reading a newspaper with a pipe in his mouth, Mrs. Ninomiya across the table from him,...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 December 9
    • First evacuee arrivals at Granada

    • Japanese evacuees stand or sit with their suitcases and belongings in front of a Santa Fe and Topeka passenger train car. The men and women wait for the bus ride to Camp Amache, Granada Relocation Center, southeastern Colorado.
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 August 30
    • First evacuees to arrive at the Granada railroad station

    • Japanese men arrive from the Merced Assembly Center, California, by train, carrying suitcases and boarding school buses on their way to Camp Amache, Granada Relocation Center, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. A United States soldier in...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • August 28, 1942
    • Typical scene of the construction of the barracks

    • Men wearing overalls and hats ready wooden forms for concrete foundations at Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. Shovels lie on freshly dug piles of soil; wooden sawhorses, tool boxes and stacks of lumber...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 August 28
    • A typical barracks building

    • Japanese children play in front of one of the twenty-nine blocks, used as living quarters at Camp Amache, Prowers County, Colorado. The one-story, army-style barrack, (120 x 20 foot) is divided into six units, generally one per family. The...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • December 12, 1942
    • Chief of Internal Security, Tomlinson and a group of his police staff

    • Chief of Internal Security, Tomlinson, and a group of Japanese police staff pose in a line in front of "Block 6F", Camp Amache, Granada Relocation Center, southeastern Colorado. Tomlinson wears a suit, vest, tie and hat, his staff wear jackets or...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 December 8
    • A junior high school class in art, preparing their own Christmas cards

    • Junior high students sit at tables making Christmas cards at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, southeastern Colorado. Hand made Christmas cards, decorated with Christmas and palm trees, bells, angels, snowmen, and candles, hang in rows on...
    • Parker, Tom, photographer.
    • 1942 December 10
    • West Side Recorder Volume 6 No 8

    • Newsletter dedicated to community life in the Auraria neighborhood prior to the construction of the Auraria campus
    • West Side Recorder
    • 1969 December
    • Granada

    • Three Japanese men smile as they settle into their barracks at the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado. One sits on his suitcase, another on a folded mattress, the third leans on a heating stove with one...
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    • 1942
    • Relocation of the John Gully house

    • Photograph of the relocation of the John Gully house. The house has been placed on steel girders and is being pulled by a truck. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. ...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Relocation of the John Gully house

    • Photograph of the relocation of the John Gully house. The house has been placed on steel girders and has a ladder on the roof. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. ...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Relocation of the Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot

    • Photograph of the physical relocation of Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot to it's current site in Englewood, Colorado in 1994. The depot can be seen on its steel supports while it is being pulled by a large truck. The 1915 Englewood Depot is the...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1994 October
    • Union Pacific RR. depot circa 1980, Sterling, Colo.

    • View of the brick and stone Union Pacific Railroad depot during a relocation and construction renovation project in Sterling (Logan County), Colorado. The one story building has a hip and gable roof, arched waiting room windows, knee brace...
    • Richardson, Robert W.
    • [between 1984 and 1986]
    • Counting Indians at Fort Sumner

    • A man in military uniform stands near Native American (Navajo) men and women at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, probably after their forced relocation from their homelands known as the "Long Walk." They were then transferred to the Bosque Redondo...
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    • [between 1864 and 1865?]
    • Adelaide Station, F. & C. C. R. R.

    • Adelaide station along the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad, middle of Phantom Canyon, Fremont County, Colorado. View downgrade before 1896 relocation of track between Milepost 12 and 18 due to flash floods. Small Victorian wood frame depot...
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    • [between 1890 and 1896]
    • Auraria Remembered

    • Oral history of former residents of the Westside neighborhood that were displaced by the building of the Auraria Higher Education Center in the 1970s.
    • Source unknown
    • 1991
    • Mother and son during Stapleton Homes housing public hearing

    • Photograph of Katheria Hubbard and her son Omar during a meeting of Stapleton Homes housing where angry residents overflowed the small meeting room to discuss the relocation of families with small children due to contaminants from a smelter across...
    • Reeves, Janet.
    • 1990 June 12
    • D&RGW

    • View of a new railroad line construction site in Arboles on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in southern Colorado. Railroad ties and new Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad tracks are in place. Shows a new concrete bridge over the Piedra...
    • Richardson, Robert W.
    • 1962 June
    • Governors Day at Georgetown

    • Participants of the Governors Day festivities gather in front of the Julius Pohle (a German chemist who become manager of the Lebanon Mining Company) house in Georgetown, Colorado. Historic house in process of relocation to make room for the new...
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    • December 15, 1968
    • Exterior of the John Gully House

    • Exterior photograph of the side of the John Gully House, in Aurora, Colorado, prior to relocation. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling is associated with...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Side view of the John Gully House

    • Exterior photograph of the side of the John Gully House, in Aurora, Colorado, prior to relocation. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling is associated with...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Exterior of the John Gully House

    • Exterior photograph of the side of the John Gully House, in Aurora, Colorado, prior to relocation. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling is associated with...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Side entrance of the John Gully House

    • Exterior photograph of the side entrance of the John Gully House, in Aurora, Colorado, prior to relocation. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling is...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Japanese family "deported", en route to Granada, May 1942

    • View of a Japanese family on their way to the Granada Relocation Center, Camp Amache, Prowers County, southeastern Colorado, includes two women in dresses, heels and bonnets. One holds a baby, and a man in a sweater, tie, eye glasses and a hat,...
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    • May 1942
    • Front of John Gully house

    • Exterior photograph of the John Gully house after renovation and relocation. House is located in Aurora, Colorado. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Relocated John Gully House

    • Exterior photograph of the John Gully house after renovation and relocation. House is located in Aurora, Colorado. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Entrance to the John Gully house

    • Exterior photograph of the John Gully house before renovation and relocation. House is located in Aurora, Colorado. This house, moved to its present site in 1983, has been restored to its earliest known date of construction - 1871. The dwelling...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • Undated
    • Exterior of the Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot

    • Exterior photograph of the Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot during its relocation to it's current site in Englewood, Colorado in 1994. The 1915 Englewood Depot is the only Colorado example of a wood framed, stuccoed, Mission style railroad depot...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1994 October
    • Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot

    • Exterior photograph of the Englewood Santa Fe Railroad Depot during its relocation to it's current site in Englewood, Colorado in 1994. The 1915 Englewood Depot is the only Colorado example of a wood framed, stuccoed, Mission style railroad depot...
    • History Colorado. Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
    • 1994 October

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