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Image of 2011.020.078 - Article

2011.020.078 - Article

12 Articles written by Lorraine Wagenbach for Golden Wire, The Denver Post, and Heart of Golden. Titles listed below: -Then and Now: The "Denver Mud" Cure-all, 2 pages -Golden Gem: La Veta Trezise: Focus on Education and Community Service, 3 pages -Then and Now: A Dreaded "Chain" Store, 1 page -Merry Christmas from Golden Wire: Another Time. ANother Christmas, 2 pages -A Lost Button, 2 page -The Golden Waffle Inn, 2 pages -4 articles about Golden High School, none have titles -The 1913 Snow Storm in Golden, 2 pages -A Time of Tranquility, 5 pages

Image of 2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

Object list can be found in the front of the three-ring binder. 1) -"Home continues to make history" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript September 27, 1983 2) -"Action Center puts people back on feet" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript April 16, 1981 3) -"Talking back to clich├ęd vocabulary" by Lorraine Wagenbach; Rocky Mountain News January 17, 1983 -"On Words and Numbers" by Lorraine Wagenbach, 2 pages -Correspondence to Speak Out Editor from Lorraine Wagenbach, July 6, 1982 -Correspondence from Bill Hosokawa of The Denver Post to Lorraine Wagenbach, May 14, 1982 -Correspondence from Lorraine Wagenbach to William Hornby editor of The Denver Post May 7, 1982 4)

Image of 2012.032.002 - Disc, Compact

2012.032.002 - Disc, Compact

Compact disk recording containing the voices of Marvin "Marv" Kay and interviewer, Gene Child.

Image of 2014.007.002 - Audiocassette

2014.007.002 - Audiocassette

One compact disc and one audio cassette recording of Maude White and Irene Goetze. Completed as part of Golden Landmarks Association Oral History Project Phase II. Topics covered in interview with Maude White include: I. Coming to Golden in 1902 from Aspen II. Father was a miner, working at the quarry III. Transporting the rock for the Denver Tramway IV. Later worked for Rubey Clay Pits V. Available foods VI. Stewart Market VII. Treffeisen slaughter house VIII. White family ranch IX. Cornish pasties, monthly pasty sale X. Water well XI. Entertainment: shows opera, dances, roller skating, slide shows XII. People XIII. Businesses: flour mills freights trains XIV. Events XV. T

Image of 2014.043.002 - Scrapbook

2014.043.002 - Scrapbook

The first page contains etters and a telegraph from Wendell and Mary Fertig dates 1937-1945 to Ethel Trezise (Wendell married Mary who is Ethel Trezise's sister). The second page is a photograph of Jean, Mary, and Pat Fertig reading first letter from Wendell notifying them of his safety. The following pages have poems related to WWII. Throughout the scrapbook are newspaper clippings and letters about Coloradoans and Goldenites in WWII 1942-1945, especially Wendell Fertig. The last set of page are newspaper clippings and a memorial service card for Wendell Fertig who passed away in the year 1975.

Image of 2015.014.293 - Map

2015.014.293 - Map

Map of Golden, Colorado titled "Bird's Eye View of Golden, Colo. Co. Seat of Jefferson County. 1882". The map shows various landmarks of Golden and the surrounding scenery and land formations. Three smaller insets in the map show Golden Smelting Works, Miners Smelting Works, and Golden City Brewery, A. Coors. Beck and Pauli are listed as the lithographers from Milwaukee Wisconsin. Located below the map is a legend listing the various landmarks of Golden with the corresponding numbers on the map. There is a stamp in the lower left corner: Library of Congress, Copyright Oct. 14 1882, No. 17102, City of Washington. Back has a stamp that says the copy came from Image Trader out of Arizona, bu

Image of 2015.015.001 - Map

2015.015.001 - Map

Map of Golden, Colorado titled "Bird's Eye View of Golden, Colo. Co. Seat of Jefferson County. 1882". The map shows various landmarks of Golden and the surrounding scenery and land formations. Three smaller insets in the map show Golden Smelting Works, Miners Smelting Works, and Golden City Brewery, A. Coors. Beck and Pauli are listed as the lithographers from Milwaukee Wisconsin. Located below the map is a legend listing the various landmarks of Golden with the corresponding numbers on the map. There is a stamp in the lower left corner: Library of Congress, Copyright Oct. 14 1883, No. 17102, City of Washington.

Image of 2015.016.001 - Narrative

2015.016.001 - Narrative

"A Vacation in Colorado: July 4, 1941 to August 1, 1941" as written by Harold A. Miner with William Miner. A 47 page narrative about their vacation to Colorado and Golden in 1941.

2017.010.050 - Fonds

Folder #50 containing items from Georgina Brown, including -Miscellaneous notes taken by Brown in 1962, 1963, 1964 regarding crime, government and sociology -April 4, 1962 notes on East Tin Cup, Peter Smythe, President -1962 disposition of "Victorian Jefferson County Courthouse" and the "legends and memories" -1964 planning notes on the Beatles concert at Red Rocks -1964 notes on arrest and investigation into illegal gambling taking place at the fruit market at 44th and Pierce St in Wheat Ridge -April 28, 1964 typewritten note on quarrels of County Commissioners -April 30, 1964 Arguments made by Commissioners on expanding the number commissioners from three to five -July 27, 1964 C

Image of 2017.064.004 - Program

2017.064.004 - Program

Program, "Twenty-Ninth Annual / Graduating Exercises / Golden High School / May Twenty-Ninth / Ninetten Hundred Fourteen / Guggenheim Hall." Adhered with a green round sticker to the lower right corner of one side of the program is a small placard reading "Evelyn E. Vaughn" and "1914." A list of the Golden High School Class of 1914 is printed in the program and includes: Harriette Cozette Anderson, Alice Matilda Atto, J. Howard Carver, Willis J. Crosser, Adolph John Flucken, Irene Margaret Gay, Flora Jane Livingstone, Edward Albert Nelson, Hazel Janice Shinn, Eunice H. Steele, Mary Elizabeth Turney, Evelyn Ethel Vaughn, Oliver Henry Weidman.

Image of 1460 - Scale

1460 - Scale

Norton Brown's brass assay scale and case, compartment for weights, the weights are included with the case.

Image of 1839.q - Postcard

1839.q - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of six young men from the Colorado School of Mines standing in front of a railroad car from the US Bureau of Mines.

Image of 1990.005a - Case

1990.005a - Case

Wooden carrying case for surveyor's transit, worn wood, hinged door on front with two hook clasps to lock, Small brass plate on top, nickel handle on top. Black and white stickers on front of box: "T25 CE". When opened, a small wooden tray slides out to hold the mounted transit.

Image of 1990.005b - Theodolite

1990.005b - Theodolite

Theodolite: surveyor's transit. At top is a brass telescope and eyepiece component that is adjusted with a brass knob on the right side. The wheel on the left side is an elevation circle indicating the degree of elevation of the telescope. There is a spirit level directly below the telescope & eyepiece, as well as spirit levels below to allow for leveling in two directions. Below the eyepiece component is a vernier plate holding a compass. Scratched into the paint near the compass is "BBR" or "BBA." Four leveling screws are attached to the brass footplate, to which another spirit level is attached. The base is threaded to attach to a tripod. On the compass face is inscribed manufacturer's inf

Image of 1990.005c - Tripod, Surveyor's

1990.005c - Tripod, Surveyor's

Surveyor's tripod. Wooden legs and brass fixtures. Each leg is is composed of an upper fixed pair of wood braces attached by a brass screw at the top. A third round leg, tipped with a brass point, is fitted with two brass screws which tighten or loosen to allow each leg to be adjusted to desired length. The number "T-25" is painted in white on one of the upper leg components. On another upper leg is imprinted "98" or "08," it is not clear as something obscures the first imprinted number. There is a leather strap with holes and a metal buckle to hold the three legs together when stored. There is also a string tied and wrapped around the upper component on one of the legs. At top of tripod is a

Image of 1994.026.c - Postcard

1994.026.c - Postcard

Used color postcard titled, "Guggenheim Hall, School of Mines, Golden, Colo." across the bottom. Mount Zion is in the upper left background and a horse and buggy is parked on the front left of the building. A correspondance and address is on the back.

Image of 1994.099.001 - Postcard

1994.099.001 - Postcard

Color postcard of Guggenheim Hall on the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. Mount Zion is in the upper left background and a horse and buggy is parked on the front left of the building.

Image of 1994.099.002 - Postcard

1994.099.002 - Postcard

Color postcard of Guggenheim Hall on the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. Mount Zion is in the upper left background and a horse and buggy is parked on the front left of the building. The back is marked Jefferson County Museum and Neg. 338.

Image of 2002.001.012 - Postcard

2002.001.012 - Postcard

Campus- School of Mines, Golden , Colo.

Image of 2006.008.007 - Postcard

2006.008.007 - Postcard

Black and white real photo postcard titled, "Panorama of Golden, Colo. From Castle Rock." Postcard is unused.