Mrs Jean Hood pins a badge on Joan Kingery, 1st place finisher of the kindergarten race at Edison School’s Field Day, Denver, Colorado, May 1968

Mrs Jean Hood pins a badge on Joan Kingery, 1st place finisher of the kindergarten race at Edison School’s Field Day, Denver, Colorado, May 1968

When the warm spring weather beckons a group of young people out tor a ride, a sporty and sleek vehicle with a silver ‘paint job’ is the way to go. Out Wednesday afternoon near Lafayette Street and East Second Avenue were Shanan Sidwell, 5, bottom, Missy Sidwell, 8, top front, Erin McElhinney, 6, top back, back, and the driver Laurie Kielsmeier, 8, pushing. Denver’s high temperature was 78 degrees. Cooler temperatures are due. photo dated May 9, 1978

When the warm spring weather beckons a group of young people out tor a ride, a sporty and sleek vehicle with a silver ‘paint job’ is the way to go. Out Wednesday afternoon near Lafayette Street and East Second Avenue were Shanan Sidwell, 5, bottom, Missy Sidwell, 8, top front, Erin McElhinney, 6, top back, back, and the driver Laurie Kielsmeier, 8, pushing. Denver’s high temperature was 78 degrees. Cooler temperatures are due. photo dated May 9, 1978

Religion: Bobbed Hair - Time magazine, Monday, June 2, 1930
For one moral and two practical reasons the Roman Catholic authorities at the Vatican decided last week that bobbed hair shall not exclude women from Catholic churches or from the Sacraments
The practical considerations were:
1) that hair-bobbing is now so general that it would be impossible to bar all women with shorn hair
2) that Catholic women ordinarily wear hats or veils in church. The moral point was finer: women may be admitted to churches if their hair dress is not ‘harmful to the integrity of Christian morals,’ that is, if it is not too conspicuous or exaggerated.†
† Many an individualistic woman of long ago bobbed her hair, viz., Joan of Arc, Lady Caroline Lamb (one of Byron’s friends), George Sand
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above photo (not from the article) - Holy Rosary School, Denver, Colorado, 1930

Religion: Bobbed Hair - Time magazine, Monday, June 2, 1930

For one moral and two practical reasons the Roman Catholic authorities at the Vatican decided last week that bobbed hair shall not exclude women from Catholic churches or from the Sacraments

The practical considerations were:

1) that hair-bobbing is now so general that it would be impossible to bar all women with shorn hair

2) that Catholic women ordinarily wear hats or veils in church. The moral point was finer: women may be admitted to churches if their hair dress is not ‘harmful to the integrity of Christian morals,’ that is, if it is not too conspicuous or exaggerated.†

† Many an individualistic woman of long ago bobbed her hair, viz., Joan of Arc, Lady Caroline Lamb (one of Byron’s friends), George Sand

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above photo (not from the article) - Holy Rosary School, Denver, Colorado, 1930

film star-turned author Colleen Moore congratulates Denver Woman’s Press Club’s Merit Award winners, Sheila Slocum, second left, and Miki Felsenburg, in the Spring of 1968. on the left, the club’s Merit Awards chairman, Dolores Plested 

film star-turned author Colleen Moore congratulates Denver Woman’s Press Club’s Merit Award winners, Sheila Slocum, second left, and Miki Felsenburg, in the Spring of 1968. on the left, the club’s Merit Awards chairman, Dolores Plested 

Daryle Ann Lindley and father Louis Burton Lindley Jr Slim Pickens (June 29, 1919 – December 8, 1983) in Denver for the premiere of her film, 1973’s The Wheels
Slim Pickens is the best screen name PERIOD!

Daryle Ann Lindley and father Louis Burton Lindley Jr Slim Pickens (June 29, 1919 – December 8, 1983) in Denver for the premiere of her film, 1973’s The Wheels

Slim Pickens is the best screen name PERIOD!


Healthy minds and healthy bodies have always been a goal of educating students at CSU [Colorado State University]. A nice warm day meant the students in a physical education class could enjoy lots of fresh air and sunshine in addition to getting some exercise. The lawn area east of Spruce Hall was a perfect place to do all of that. This photo was taken about 1910. The street in the background is South College Avenue

Healthy minds and healthy bodies have always been a goal of educating students at CSU [Colorado State University]. A nice warm day meant the students in a physical education class could enjoy lots of fresh air and sunshine in addition to getting some exercise. The lawn area east of Spruce Hall was a perfect place to do all of that. This photo was taken about 1910. The street in the background is South College Avenue


During the 1920’s and 1930’s Aggie students formed two ‘spirit groups’ to promote the Aggie spirit at all of the varsity sports events. The men had a group called the ‘Howling Sixty’ and the women formed a similar group they called the ‘Snappy Thirty’. Our photo shows the ‘Snappy Thirty’ as they pose for a group photo taken in 1929 at the base of the massive campus flagpole located on the lawn east of Spruce Hall. It appears some of the group failed to show up for the photo.

Colorado State University, 1929

During the 1920’s and 1930’s Aggie students formed two ‘spirit groups’ to promote the Aggie spirit at all of the varsity sports events. The men had a group called the ‘Howling Sixty’ and the women formed a similar group they called the ‘Snappy Thirty’. Our photo shows the ‘Snappy Thirty’ as they pose for a group photo taken in 1929 at the base of the massive campus flagpole located on the lawn east of Spruce Hall. It appears some of the group failed to show up for the photo.

Colorado State University, 1929

Holy Rollers Club, rolling new tennis courts, Colorado State University, September 26, 1925
three smiling females in middy blouses and bloomers roll the surface of the tennis court, while 2 others rake near a fence

Holy Rollers Club, rolling new tennis courts, Colorado State University, September 26, 1925

three smiling females in middy blouses and bloomers roll the surface of the tennis court, while 2 others rake near a fence