Double line of men in fancy uniforms standing in front of brick wall. Men standing in back row hold axes on display; men kneeling in front row lean on axe handles. Young boy in front holds enormous axe with “WOW” engraved on it. “Elite Studio” written on lower left of print.

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Demonstrators hold signs relating to the 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights marches. Signs read “The Vote For All in Selma”, “Freedom Now” and “The Vote is Your Liberty”. Caption under photo: “Colorado College students stood about 20 on city hall steps Tuesday to dramatize Negro voter registration attempts in Alabama and Mississippi. Most, but [...]

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Sheet music title “Eagerville Waltz”.

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General William J. Palmer statue in Nevada Avenue with tower of Colorado Springs High School behind.

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Portrait of Charles Baldwin Jr. wearing a regal costume including an ermine cape, chain necklace, and cap. The logo on his cap may be that of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

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Robert Adams.

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Scene along Tejon Street after the snowstorm of 1913, showing snowbanks and streetcar. Stores visible are Robbins, Dern Coffee, E.G. Hayner, Vorhes Shoe Co. and F.W. Woolworth Co.

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Girl sits on floor in front of row of lockers; she is looking at painting inside open locker.

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Head Librarian Margaret Reid looks out between shelves of fiction books.

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Helen Jackson riding her bicycle past the statue of General Palmer in downtown Colorado Springs.

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Sprawling building with sign “Farmers Insurance Group” and a snow-covered Pikes Peak in background. “Speed Limit 35″ sign in at side of road in foreground. Photo identified on back as Regional Office 3500 North Nevada Avenue.

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House on Uintah Street with large bells in yard and on eaves. Car parked in front of house has bumper sticker reading “Easy Does It”.

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Aerial view of Broadmoor Hotel and surrounding buildings before the International Center was built. Broadmoor Lake, Penrose Stadium and Ice Palace are visible. Photo has identification label on back.

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Two young girls, identified on back as India Wood and friend, fishing off large rock at water’s edge at Teller Reservoir.

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Wood façade of old building with barn, stone building and windmill in background.

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Spencer Penrose and man identified on back as Col. Roscoe Turner at Cheyenne Mountain Lodge with view of Pikes Peak behind. “Pikes Peak in the distance” printed on right side of print. Caption on back reads “June 20 1936 Spencer Penrose and Col. Roscoe Turner, famous distance aviator, on top of Cheyenne Mountain Lodge.”

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Caption under similar photo: “State Patrolman Sgt. Richard Schippers and Patrolman D. C. Hower look at the body of Charles Deiter, 82, of 33 S. El Paso St., where it lies beside the remains of his crushed car. In the background is shown the 300 foot embankment down which the car plunged after leaving Colorado [...]

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View of a drained inground swimming pool. This site later became the Olympic Training Center.

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Mural depicting American Indians on horses. Painted by Bransby in 1946.

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Old dirty toilet and sink in small room with filthy linoleum floor, beaded wood paneling and pipes along walls. Dirty towel hangs on towelrack alongside sink. Small four-legged stool is in front of sink.

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View down one of the main streets of Manitou Springs, showing stores and houses built into the mountainside and mountains behind. Cars are parked in front of the Dutch Kitchen in the center of the picture.

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Column of fish.

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Dirt alleyway in Old Colorado City with wooden garages lining the road.

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