Skip to main content

Add or remove other collections to your search:



Narrow your search by:



You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: reopened
(253 results)



Display: 50

    • Central City Opera House First Ushers 1932

    • Five men, all ushers at the Central City Opera House's first opening in 1878, pose in front of the stone opera house in Central City, Colorado. Standing, from left, are Bud Johnson and Morgan Laird, who was a member of the Central City school board...
    • Kemp, Donald Campbell, 1889-1975.
    • [1932?]
    • Bedrooms in the noted "Palace of Pleasure", the Homestead

    • Interior view of second-story bedroom of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district operated for nearly 20 years until closed in 1916; later became a residence...
    •  
    • [between 1960 and 1969?]
    • Gaming room of Old Homestead, Cripple Creek

    • Interior view of refurbished gaming room of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district that operated until 1916 and later became a residence until reopened as a...
    •  
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • The Homestead dining room, Cripple Creek

    • Interior view of refurbished dining room of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor" or "sporting" house of red-light district in operation for nearly twenty years; it later became a residence and...
    • Bancroft, Caroline.
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Homestead House, Cripple Creek

    • Exterior view of the Old Homestead, 353 Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district in operation for nearly twenty years and later became a residence until reopened in 1950's as a museum; the...
    • Peery, Bill.
    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • Homestead House, Cripple Creek

    • Exterior view of the Old Homestead, 353 Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district that operated for twenty years and later became a residence until reopened in 1950's as a museum; man and...
    • Peery, Bill.
    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • The inevitable "parlor" where girls entertained in elegant splendor

    • Interior view of refurbished parlor of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district that operated until 1916 and later became a residence until reopened in 1950's...
    •  
    • 1969 September 16
    • Midland Terminal Station, Cripple Creek

    • Exterior view of Cripple Creek District Museum (formerly Midland Terminal Railway Station), Cripple Creek, Colorado; building was constructed in 1896, closed in 1949 after railroad halted operations, and reopened in 1953 as a private nonprofit...
    • Brock, Howard.
    • 1969 December 17
    • The Old Homestead of Pearl de Vere, Cripple Creek

    • Interior view of a refurbished bedroom of the Old Homestead, 357 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district once operated by Madame Pearl de Vere in 1916 for nearly 20 years, later...
    • Bancroft, Caroline.
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • The Old Homestead

    • Interior view of refurbished bedroom of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" (1916) house of red-light district that operated for nearly 20 years and later became a residence until...
    •  
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • The Old Homestead, Cripple Creek

    • Interior view of refurbished second-floor bedroom of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor" or "sporting" house of red-light district that later became a residence until reopened in 1950's as a...
    • Bancroft, Caroline.
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • The Old Homestead, Cripple Creek

    • Exterior view of the Old Homestead, 353 Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house in red-light district that operated for nearly twenty years and later became a residence until reopened in 1950's as a museum; the...
    •  
    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • The Old Homestead one of the few buildings left  on Myers Ave.

    • Exterior view of Herman Conrow's residence, formerly the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; this prominent "parlor or sporting" house operated for nearly 20 years then became a private residence until it reopened in...
    •  
    • 1947 January 20
    • The Old Homestead, Cripple Creek, parlor

    • Interior view of refurbished parlor of the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor" or "sporting" house of red-light district that operated for twenty years and later became a residence until it reopened...
    • Bancroft, Caroline.
    • [between 1960 and 1970?]
    • Adams Hotel

    • View of the Dutch Room in the Adams Hotel at 1800 Welton Street in downtown Denver, Colorado. Shows wooden tables and wooden captain's chairs with leather seats and backs in the dining room. Beer steins sit on a plate rail above wooden paneling. A...
    • Snyder, David C.
    • 1953 Jan. 9
    • Linden Hotel, Fort Collins, Colo.

    • View of the Linden Hotel located at 201 Linden Street, Fort Collins, Colo. Built by William Quayle in 1883 as the Loomis Block, the structure housed the Poudre Valley National Bank on the first floor and a Masonic Lodge on the third. In 1904 ...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 2000
    • View from parlor into dance hall, the Homestead

    • Interior view from refurbished parlor into dance hall, the Old Homestead, 353 (or 367) Myers Avenue, Cripple Creek, Colorado; prominent "parlor or sporting" house of red-light district operating for nearly twenty years and later becoming a...
    • Bancroft, Caroline.
    • [between 1960 and 1970]
    • Summitville, Colo. looking north

    • View from tailings over the dilapidated buildings, including mills and residences of Summitville, Rio Grande County, Colorado, once a gold mining district; later reopened for copper mining.
    • Rigg, John B.
    • 1960
    • Iliff School of Theology

    • A stone building of the Iliff School of Theology stands in the midground at 3101 W. 31st (Thirty-first) Avenue in Denver, Colorado. Pointed arches top the windows and the main entrance of the building. The school opened in 1892 as a department of...
    • Collier, Joseph.
    • [between 1892 and 1900?]
    • Laddie

    • The Hotel Splendide was the new name given to the old Peck House hotel in Empire, Colorado when it reopened after years of sitting idle. The new name of the hotel is on a sign over the stairs, as well as being painted on the roof. Laddie, the dog...
    •  
    • 1967
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the opera house was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera...
    •  
    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
    •  
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Summitville, South Mountain in background

    • View of the Summitville mining district offices and living quarters; reopened gold, silver and copper mines, Rio Grande County, Colorado; South Mountain in distance; mill on left, in ruin, after a snowslide.
    • Rigg, John B.
    • September 1960
    • Central City Opera House

    • Patrons stand outside the Central City Opera House before a performance of Othello. The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri"...
    •  
    • 1934
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
    • Draper, Ben.
    •  
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin...
    • Newbury, Samuel S.
    • 1936
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878 and described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is...
    • Draper, Ben.
    • 1940
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, partially obscured by a tree branch, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s and was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house...
    •  
    •  
    • Central City Opera House

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was reopened in 1932 after renovation. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is...
    •  
    • 1934
    • Central City Opera House

    • A billboard on the left side of the Opera House entrance reads "Central City Opera House Association, Inc., Sixth Annual Play Festval July 17 to August 7, 1937 Mr. Richard Aldrich Presents Miss Ruth Gordon, Mr. Dennis King, Mr. Walter Slezak, Mr....
    • Newbury, Samuel S.
    • 1937
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
    •  
    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the opera house was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera...
    •  
    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, 1931

    • The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado...
    •  
    • 1931
    • Central City Opera House, Central City

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Originally opened in 1878, the Central City Opera House was described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri." Designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1930?]
    • Central City Teller Opera House, Colorado

    • The Central City Opera House was reopened in 1932 after renovation. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect R.S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin County...
    •  
    • 1938
    • Whitman Elementary School, Grand Junction, Colo.

    • View of the Whitman Elementary School located at 248 South 4th Street, Grand Junction, Colo. Designed by Denver Architect, Eugene G. Groves in 1926, the school was restored as the Museum of Western Colorado and reopened in 1966.
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 1999
    • Opera House, Central City

    • The Central City Opera House was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by Architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin...
    • Messick, Turner B.
    • 1937
    • Park by Opera House

    • The park east of the Central City Opera House is flanked by evergreen trees. A gardener, holding a shovel, works near an iron railing that is along a retaining wall. A wheelbarrow is next to him. A young boy in overalls watches the man work. The...
    • Newbury, Samuel S.
    • 1935
    • Arvada Flour Mill Museum, Colo.

    • View of the Arvada Flour Mill Museum located at 5580 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada, Colo. The 30-foot-tall wooden structure with corrugated metal siding was built to process wheat and then distribute the flour produced as "Arva-Pride." Built in...
    • Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
    • 2010
    • Gold Coin Club, Victor

    • Exterior view of Gold Coin Club, 413 West Diamond Avenue, with large group of men posed on first & second story portico in Victor, Colorado. The club house (rebuilt after August 1899 fire and formally reopened in March, 1900) was constructed by...
    •  
    • [between 1900 and 1905]
    • Bright Angel Hotel on the rim of Grand Cañon

    • View of Grand Canyon (National Park), Arizona, looking across rim to Bright Angel Hotel; Bright Angel camp area originally operated by J. Wilbur Thurber, purchased by Santa Fe Railroad Company, and reopened in 1905 as Bright Angel Hotel or Lodge.
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1905 and 1910]
    • Central City, 1932

    • The Central City Opera House on Eureka Street was reopened in 1932, after renovation. It is a two story building constructed of Gilpin County granite, except for the top and sides. Is has a mansard-style roof with smaller towers on opposite sides...
    • Current, Ira B.
    • 1932
    • First Baptist Church Diamond Anniversary

    • 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.)
    • 1939
    • Gold Coin Club

    • Exterior view of Gold Coin Club, 413 West Diamond Avenue, Victor, Colorado. The club house (rebuilt after August 1899 fire, formally reopened in March, 1900) was constructed by Wood Investment Company for employees of Gold Coin Mine and sold after...
    • Dallas, Sandra.
    • [between 1960 and 1980]

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK
Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK