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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 1348G - Diploma

1348G - Diploma

Golden High School diploma for Grace Jameson.

Image of The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies.  

The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. 

Businesses and people mentioned. 
-The Globe Real Estate Agency; The Fair; Golden Water Works; The White Ash Coal Mining Company; Bella Vista; Edward F. Rundlett books, stationary, and furniture business; George H. Kimball; Jefferson County Courthouse; county officials; South Golden High School; Colorado State Industrial School; Rock Flour Mills; Nankivell & Jones; D. E. Harrison; J.H Brown; Dr. James Kelly; Columbian Green House; Hammond & Broad; The Crawford House; General George West; H.T. Quick; G.G. Townsend; L.J. Fox; John Treffeisen; E.T. Evans; Judge McD. Parshall; Caleb E. Parfet; Anselm Dold; A.S. Harris; The Golden Globe; I.T. Feltch; Episcopal Church; Vogel & Niedermeyer; Honorable W.G. Smith; S.E. Parshall; Charles Sauter; C. H. Case; Phil Klatt; A. Eslick; The Eagle Brewing Company; Henry Koch; George C. Cooper; Fritz Kohler; Mrs. R. McLaughlin; Honorable Joseph Mann; The Savery House; Mrs. M. Slingerland; Golden Paper Mills; Honorable John A. Hoagland; Mayor N. Koenig; Lake & Dennis' Livery; Elizabeth Murphy; M. Wyman; Honorable Charles W. Dake; Pine Grove resort; Honorable Ruben C. Wells; W.E. Matthews; James Nankivell; S.A. Cunningham; Hotel La Veta; Mrs. M.E. Harris; Allen Lewis; B.P. Quaintance; Elwood Easley; Charles H. Wade; Jefferson County Bank; The Burgess House; Mrs. T.W. Burgess; Golden Electric Light Plants; M.T. Morrill; Theo Merkle; J.R. Derr;  W.W. Gayton; Coors Brewery; Adolph Coors; Rees Easley; The Transcript; Sheriff S. S. Poe; Joseph Zilligen; City Meat Market; Wasson & Sorensen; Henry F. Wulff; L. H. McGill; Peter Christensen; M.M. Nay; Union Pacific Railroad; D.R. Burrows; Louis A. Reno; W.M. Graves; Albert H. Barth; Arvada Tannery; Dr. E.P. Greene; Justice R.C. Greene; J.A. Ferris; J.A. Newcomb; Senator Hiram R. Brown; State School of Mines; Percy Williams; Henry Wagner; Hibbard's New York Store; C.A. Hibbard; Golden Opera House; M.G. Rockwell; James A. Lewis; C.P Hoyt; Jonas E. Wannemaker; Sprucedale Resort; H.H. Stewart; Andrew Amos; Frand D. Hines; Honorable D.P. Wilmot; Julius C. Dedisse; The Golden Pressed and Fire Brick Company; Robert A. Strain; Frank D. Hatch; Eagle Brewing Company; Denver, Lakewood, and Golden Railway; J. H. Brown's Store; A.C. Shock; George W. Parfet; Dr. W.E. Stone; McCartney's Store; Wade, Golden's clothier; Nollison & Crisman

The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies. The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. Businesses and people mentioned. -The Globe Real Estate Agency; The Fair; Golden Water Works; The White Ash Coal Mining Company; Bella Vista; Edward F. Rundlett books, stationary, and furniture business; George H. Kimball; Jefferson County Courthouse; county officials; South Golden High School; Colorado State Industrial School; Rock Flour Mills; Nankivell & Jones; D. E. Harrison; J.H Brown; Dr. James Kelly; Columbian Green House; Hammond & Broad; The Crawford House; General George West; H.T. Quick; G.G. Townsend; L.J. Fox; John Treffeisen; E.T. Evans; Judge McD. Parshall; Caleb E. Parfet; Anselm Dold; A.S. Harris; The Golden Globe; I.T. Feltch; Episcopal Church; Vogel & Niedermeyer; Honorable W.G. Smith; S.E. Parshall; Charles Sauter; C. H. Case; Phil Klatt; A. Eslick; The Eagle Brewing Company; Henry Koch; George C. Cooper; Fritz Kohler; Mrs. R. McLaughlin; Honorable Joseph Mann; The Savery House; Mrs. M. Slingerland; Golden Paper Mills; Honorable John A. Hoagland; Mayor N. Koenig; Lake & Dennis' Livery; Elizabeth Murphy; M. Wyman; Honorable Charles W. Dake; Pine Grove resort; Honorable Ruben C. Wells; W.E. Matthews; James Nankivell; S.A. Cunningham; Hotel La Veta; Mrs. M.E. Harris; Allen Lewis; B.P. Quaintance; Elwood Easley; Charles H. Wade; Jefferson County Bank; The Burgess House; Mrs. T.W. Burgess; Golden Electric Light Plants; M.T. Morrill; Theo Merkle; J.R. Derr; W.W. Gayton; Coors Brewery; Adolph Coors; Rees Easley; The Transcript; Sheriff S. S. Poe; Joseph Zilligen; City Meat Market; Wasson & Sorensen; Henry F. Wulff; L. H. McGill; Peter Christensen; M.M. Nay; Union Pacific Railroad; D.R. Burrows; Louis A. Reno; W.M. Graves; Albert H. Barth; Arvada Tannery; Dr. E.P. Greene; Justice R.C. Greene; J.A. Ferris; J.A. Newcomb; Senator Hiram R. Brown; State School of Mines; Percy Williams; Henry Wagner; Hibbard's New York Store; C.A. Hibbard; Golden Opera House; M.G. Rockwell; James A. Lewis; C.P Hoyt; Jonas E. Wannemaker; Sprucedale Resort; H.H. Stewart; Andrew Amos; Frand D. Hines; Honorable D.P. Wilmot; Julius C. Dedisse; The Golden Pressed and Fire Brick Company; Robert A. Strain; Frank D. Hatch; Eagle Brewing Company; Denver, Lakewood, and Golden Railway; J. H. Brown's Store; A.C. Shock; George W. Parfet; Dr. W.E. Stone; McCartney's Store; Wade, Golden's clothier; Nollison & Crisman

The Golden Globe, Industrial Edition, May 20, 1893. Contains sixteen pages and four blue pages of front and back covers. Bound original newspaper that has been laminated. Second of four copies. The Golden Globe, "a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Golden, Jefferson County and Colorado." O. W. Garrison editor and publisher. Front cover contains images of a globe with a designation for the city of Golden, the newspaper's building, scenic view of Golden from North Table Mountain, and important buildings in the town. Inside contains information about notable businesses and persons in Golden. Also includes a list of businesses and weather from 1870 - 1893. Businesses and peopl

Image of 0292 - Print, Photographic

0292 - Print, Photographic

Black and white framed photo of Golden High School (South School) class of 1894. Group includes seven women and three men positioned in front of a painted backdrop. In no particular order, the female students are: Mary Pearl Adair (woman seated in the front center) , Lillian M. Bennett, Julia E. Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth Hemberger, Maud L. Herrod, Emma Hocking, and Gertrude E. Wheeler. William Triplet is seated in the center.

Image of 1347.w - Print, Photographic

1347.w - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Golden High School graduating class of 1892, comprising seven women and one male teacher. Standing in the back from left to right are Claudia Osborn, Lillie Presnell, Alice Aldinger, Zou Bennet, and Irene Bryant. Seated in the front left to right are Josephine Shields, Professor Triplet, and Grace Jameson. The women are all wearing white formal dresses while the man is dressed in a dark suit and jacket. Photograph is mounted to a matte board.

Image of 2004.004.482 - Print, Photographic

2004.004.482 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a class at South School in Golden, CO. William George Parfet is the third from right in the top row.

Image of 2011.003.018 - Print, Photographic

2011.003.018 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the 7th and 8th grade classes at South School in May 1927 with 102 pupils enrolled in the classes. Frank R. Werber is identified in the photograph in the front row eighth from the left.

Image of 2011.003.019 - Print, Photographic

2011.003.019 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of students at South School posed outside the building. Frank Werber is identified in the photograph by an "X" as the eighth student from the left in the front row.

Image of 2011.003.020 - Print, Photographic

2011.003.020 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unknown class photo year for South School. There are three rows of students with the teacher standing behind the back row leaning against the wall. The class is posed by a set of stairs outside the building. The original photograph is mounted to a piece of heavy card stock.

Image of 2011.003.023 - Print, Photographic

2011.003.023 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unknown class photo year for South School with Frank R. Werber identified in the front row sitting second to the left. There are three rows of students posed on stairs outside of the building.

Image of 2011.003.024 - Print, Photographic

2011.003.024 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unknown class photo year for South School with Frank R. Werber identified in the third row fourth from the right. There are four rows of students posed on stairs outside of the building.

Image of 2011.020.007 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.007 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of Golden viewed toward the southwest with Clear Creek on the right side of the photograph. South School, Bella Vista Hotel, Washington Avenue, and Lookout Mountain are all visible in the photograph.

Image of 2011.099.098 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.098 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Coors Brewery with Mount Zion in the background. Large tanks can be seen stacked on the North side of the brewery with train cars parked on the tracks by the tanks. The old Coors smoke stack is still on top of the brewery. Guggenheim Hall and South School can be seen in the background as well.

Image of 2011.099.1004 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1004 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a fourth grade class posed outside South School on a set of stairs. The teacher is identified as Miss. Naeve. None of the students are identified.

Image of 2011.099.1007 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1007 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of students and teachers standing on a set of stairs outside South School or Golden High School. None of the people in the photograph have been identified.

Image of 2011.099.1017 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1017 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of students of various ages standing on a set of stairs outside of South School. None of the students are identified. Written in the top right corner: 455.

Image of 2011.099.1027 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1027 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a group of students posed on a set of stairs outside of South School. The little girl located in the second row, third from the left (who is knitting) is identified as Pansy Gow Hook. None of the other students or teacher are identified in the photograph. Written in the top left corner: Spencer Rlu (it is hard to read the handwriting).

Image of 2011.099.1029 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1029 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Miss. Mencimer's third and fourth grade students in 1898. The students are posed on a set of stairs outside of South School and to the side of the stairs. Mr. Triplet, the principal, is standing on the left side of the photograph in the back row. Miss. Mencimer is sitting in the back row five people from the right. Written on a note card: Oscar and Richard Goetze. Written on the bottom of the photograph: 3rd and 4th grades at South School; Miss. Mencimer; teacher; about 1898; see file card.

Image of 2011.099.1037 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1037 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of students posed outside South School on or near a set of stairs. Mr. Triplet is identified as the man standing on the stairs in the back row. None of the students or the other man are identified.

Image of 2011.099.1049 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.1049 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of third grade students posed outside South School in 1923 on a set of stairs. Virginia Parker is identified as the teacher, who is standing in the doorway of the stairs in the back. None of the students have been identified in the photograph. Written on the bottom of the photograph: South School; 1923; Third Grade; Teacher Virginia Parker.