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Name Ku Klux Klan

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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 2017.032.003 - Disc, Compact

2017.032.003 - Disc, Compact

Burned Memorex-brand compact disc with Pansy Hook interviews.

Image of History of the cemetery abroad and in the U.S. and history of Golden's cemetery and Golden's early years.

History of the cemetery abroad and in the U.S. and history of Golden's cemetery and Golden's early years.

History of the cemetery abroad and in the U.S. and history of Golden's cemetery and Golden's early years.

Image of History of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Golden, CO from 1899-1949, when it was located on the northeast corner of 14th Street and Ford. Title page signed by author. Hand-written dedication on title page reads: A gift to the DAR Museum from the Leith family.

History of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Golden, CO from 1899-1949, when it was located on the northeast corner of 14th Street and Ford. Title page signed by author. Hand-written dedication on title page reads: A gift to the DAR Museum from the Leith family.

History of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Golden, CO from 1899-1949, when it was located on the northeast corner of 14th Street and Ford. Title page signed by author. Hand-written dedication on title page reads: A gift to the DAR Museum from the Leith family.

Image of 2011.099.420 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.420 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Stewart Building, located at 922 Washington Avenue on the corner of 10th Street and Washington Avenue. C.E. Parfet Grocery store is located on the first floor. Sign on the front of the building: C.E. Parfet Groceries Queensware & Glassware: Importer of French China. Small sign above the front door: C.E. Parfet. Two men are standing in front of the building near the front door along with a white cat. On the side of the building a man is sitting in a wagon with two horses hitched to it with a woman standing beside the wagon. A telephone pole is at the corner with a wood ramp leading to the street.

Image of 2011.099.715 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.715 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the back of a post card with the words written on the back, "K.K.K. funeral of Morrison boy June 12-1925." The word "Golden" is written above "Post Card".

Image of 2011.099.716 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.716 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Ku Klux Klan cross lit on top of Castle Rock. The cross has light bulbs and is powered by electricity. A small flash of light is located in the lower left corner of the photograph.

Image of 2011.099.713 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.713 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a cross that has been set on fire on top of Castle Rock. South Table Mountain extends out from Castle Rock. A small circle is located in the lower left corner of the photograph.

Image of 2011.099.717 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.717 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Ku Klux Klan marching in a procession down an unknown street in Golden. One man is in the lead and has two patches on the front of his robes. Four men are following him and have one patch on the front of their robes. Several men are following behind and none of these men have patches on the front of their robes.

Image of 2011.099.718 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.718 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Ku Klux Klan marching in a procession down an unknown street. One man is in the lead and has two patches on the front of his robes. Four men are following him and have one patch on the front of their robes. Several men are following behind and none of these men have patches on the front of their robes. The procession has moved closer to the photographer. Only one side of the street lined with trees is visible in this photograph.