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Name Coors Brewing Company
Details Finally available in every state in the U.S. in 1991.

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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 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 2014.064.006 - Poster

2014.064.006 - Poster

Large cardboard poster advertising the "Holiday High Country Print Offer" for the Gordon Snidow Collector's Series prints for Adolph Coors Company. The poster has an image of the "Taste The High Country" print. Gordon Snidow's signature is located below the title of the poster.

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.

Image of 2016.026.003 - Receipt

2016.026.003 - Receipt

Blank receipt for Coors Golden Malted Milk. Blush color. A 5 pound tin cost $1.35, while a 25 pound tin cost $5.57. Coors produced malted milk beginning in the Prohibition era and ending in 1957. 7.25" tall x 4.25" wide.

Image of 2016.026.004 - Receipt

2016.026.004 - Receipt

Blank receipt for Coors Golden Malted Milk. Yellow in color. A 5 pound tin cost $1.35, while a 25 pound tin cost $5.57. Coors produced malted milk beginning in the Prohibition era and ending in 1957. 7.25" tall x 4.25" wide.

Image of 2016.026.005 - Receipt

2016.026.005 - Receipt

Blank receipt for Coors Golden Malted Milk. Light yellow, green in color. A 5 pound tin cost $1.35, while a 25 pound tin cost $5.57. Coors produced malted milk beginning in the Prohibition era and ending in 1957. 7.25" tall x 4.25" wide.

Image of 1989.65 - Ashtray

1989.65 - Ashtray

Green, ceramic, Prohibition era ashtray with "Coors Malted Milk Golden" embossed around rim. Cow heads in two of the cigarette racks and leaf pattern in other two.

Image of 2017.034.016 - Fonds

2017.034.016 - Fonds

Folder #16 containing items from Georgina Brown, including -1980 pamphlet, "Greenhorn Guide: Featuring the Colorful Communities of Golden, Evergreen, Central City, Idaho Springs and Georgetown" - Edition of Golden Transcript, 1972, regarding the paper's historical contrbutions -Pamphlet, "Golden: A Place to Live a Place to Visit," by Golden Landmarks Association, 1926 -Summer 1973 edition of "The Coors Courier" -Vol. XI, no. 1, January 1982 issue of "Bear Pause," Denver Museum of Natural History, regarding Coors' Hall of Minerals -1963 retirement notice of Golden Postmaster, Monte Pike -March 1961 memorandum from Golden City Man

Image of 2017.042.025 - Photocopy

2017.042.025 - Photocopy

Photocopy of a document titled "Statement of the Coors Boycott and Strike Support Coalition of Colorado." A two page copy of a statement supporting a boycott of the Adolf Coors Company for perceived violation of workers rights and a call for support at a rally planned for July 13, 1977 at the state capitol building.

Image of 2017.055.005 - Report

2017.055.005 - Report

Statistics of the City of Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Prepared for the Golden Board of Trade by E.L. Berthoud, Secretary, 1879 - 1880. Printed in paper booklet format with goldenrod paper cover, string and glue binding. Pages 1 through 6 appear to have been cut out, and report begins on page 7. Many pages feature ads from Golden businesses. Transcript Print, Golden, Colorado.

Image of 1837.a - Postcard

1837.a - Postcard

Color postcard of the Coors Brewery in Golden. Clear Creek is in the foreground and South Table Mountain is in the background. The upper left of the card is titled: 8191 Castle Rock and Adolph Coors' Golden Brewery, Golden, Colo.

Image of 1837.b - Postcard

1837.b - Postcard

Color postcard of the Adolph Coors Company Golden brewery taken in summer. South Table Mountain and Wheat Ridge are in the background and Safeway is in the lower right corner.

Image of 1938.001.003 - Diorama

1938.001.003 - Diorama

The City of Golden diorama is one of three that were made especially for the Jefferson County Museum soon after it opened. They were crafted by Leila Reece. The miniature city shows Golden as it was believed to appear in 1879. An article in the Golden Transcript suggests there was some discussion about whether it was done correctly at the time. Several highlights include the county courthouse, cemetery hill, and the Coors Brewery.

Image of 2002.001.003 - Postcard

2002.001.003 - Postcard

Color postcard of the Adolph Coors Company Golden brewery in summer. Clear Creek occupies the center foreground with parking lots on the right.

Image of 2002.016.001 - Postcard

2002.016.001 - Postcard

Color postcard titled Birds' Eye View of Golden, Colo. By Night. View is looking from the west along Clear Creek Valley between North and South Table Mountains towards Denver, CO. Correspondance and a mailing address are written on the back.

Image of 2008.011.001 - Jar, Food Storage

2008.011.001 - Jar, Food Storage

Coors malted milk bottle with original lid. Bottle marked Coors Golden Colorado. Aluminum lid has "Coors" stamped on the top. Coors began to bottle their malted milk in jars for individual sale in the 1920s.

Image of 2011.003.025 - Brochure

2011.003.025 - Brochure

One promotional brochure issued by the Golden Chamber of Commerce titled, Golden, Colorado, a place to live a place to visit. The brochure includes a brief history of Golden 1859-1926 written by Richard Broad Jr. Pictures include Guggenheim Hall, Golden in 1865, Golden's first hotel, the first Masonic lodge, Golden High School, Golden Fire Brick Company, and a panoramic view of Golden with a legend that identifies key landmarks.