Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Tucker's collection consists of official documents, reports, brochures, publications, and ephemera from SEPTA and its predecessors, the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company (1907-1939) and the Philadelphia Transportation Company (1940-1968), as well as a series of publications collected from other transit agencies. The collection traces the evolution of the Philadelphia transit system, its extent, routes and services. Annual reports and books have been transferred to the Imprints Dept
Washington State University - Holland Library
These letters were purchased as philatelic materials by the donor Charles Gardner Shaw, a professor of plant pathology at Washington State University. The letters are, for the most part, associated with Emerson J. Short, but two dozen are between the Haskell sisters whose connection to Short, if any, is unclear. The collection also includes a small number of miscellaneous items
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Keeney discussed her life growing up in Nebraska and her time in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. She spoke of the period spanning the 1920s through the 2000s and included the following topics: the effects of the Great Depression; nurse's training in Denver, Colo.; home front policies and rationing; life at Fort Des Moines, Iowa; her time with the Army in Los Alamos, N.M.; her service in the Army during the occupation of Japan; schools in Haigler, Neb.; and piano teachers in Idaho
History Colorado
This collection contains 103 gelatin silver prints in 1 photograph album and consists of aerial views, landscapes, and cityscapes around Colorado, circa 1932-1935. Images depict Denver (including the State Capitol Building on Christmas 1935, Washington Park, City Park, Lakeside Amusement Park, Elitch's Amusement Park, and the Denver Municipal Airport) and photographs from other locations in Colorado (including Red Rocks Park, Morrison, Golden, Boulder, Grand Lake, Mt. Evans, Bear Creek Canyon, Durango, and Mesa Verde National Park). The collection also includes one landscape view of Cheyenne, Wyo. Photographs of note include an image of photographer Otto Roach holding an aerial camera while sitting in the open door of an airplane on the ground; meteorite craters in Colorado; and the June 16, 1934 opening and celebration of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad's Dotsero Cutoff, a railroad junction in Dotsero, Colo. The majority of the photographs were probably shot by Otto Roach, ... Read More
History Colorado
The collection of Wheeler & Lewis Architects highlights the designs of the firm's three-decade practice builidng schools and churches throughout Colorado and Wyoming. The firm designed 144 new buildings, 136 additions (often to their original designs), and 40 remodeling projects. At the time of the firms incorporation, the first wave of Baby Boomers were enrolling in school. School districts hired Wheeler & Lewis to modernize and expand exisiting schools to keep up with increased enrollment and modern needs of students and communities. The firm was known for sleek lines echoing international designs, functionality through multi-use and multipurpose rooms, and good use of construction budget. Wheeler & Lewis believed that all schools should include a gym, library, and science lab as is evident in their designs. During the late 1950s and early 1960s Wheeler & Lewis began to include fallout shelters in their design during the Cold War and in the 1970s began to add media centers to their ... Read More
History Colorado
Contains minutes of the Alumni Association, correspondence, catalogs, clippings nd photographs
History Colorado
Microfilm contains documents removed from the cornorstone of Saint James Episcopal Church, Denver, Colorado
History Colorado
Penny Black Stamp Shop was a Lakewood, Colorado enterprise


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