Did you go to Gove in 1924?
These folks did.
Sure we have lots of old photos, but ...
Bike to Work Day a Big Hit at DPL
About twice as many DPL emplyees as usual took advantage of the Bike to Work Day hospitality spots along their route to the Central library across from Civic Center Park on Wednesday June 23rd.
Thank You Volunteers
Volunteers make so many things possible in the Western History/Genealogy Department that it is impossible to imagine life at the library without them.
House History Anyone?
WHG staff got the inside information on locating a home or business at the Denver Public Library from Bruce Hanson at a recent staff meeting.
Colorado Historical Society Microfilms Arrive at DPL
Many Colorado Historical Society Newspaper microfilms have arrived at the Denver Public Library and are ready for use.
Faces of America on PBS
Reaction to “Faces of America” on PBS by an archivist-genealogist-librarian.
Which Denver Public School is this?
Did you go to Columbine school?
Civil War photo identified
We now know where this photo was taken? (click on it to enlarge)
A Race Against Time: Preserving Our Audiovisual Media
The Denver Public Library Western History/ Genealogy Department is hosting and cosponsoring a two day program presented by the Conservation Center for Art and History Artifacts July 29 and 30.
Here's a shortcut for calculating a birth date when the death date is given on the tombstone or in an obituary, but only the age in years, months and days.
It is called the 8870 formula.