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8th Street Drive In. The Last Annual Last Picture Show hosted by Bob Osborne and Duane Hays. September 28 [1984]. Closing of the drive-in theatre.

A Christmas Carol. At the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Presented by the Fine Arts Center Theatre Company. November 30 – December 23, 2007.

Acacia Hotel. Girls’ Musical Club. May 10, 1916.

Academy of Fine Arts. Second Annual Exhibition Pictures of Local Artists. At the DeGraff Building, Colorado Springs. List of Artists and title of works. June 14-19, 1915, Ten to five o’clock.

Academy Concerts presents 2011-12 Season

Academy Concerts. 2012-2013 Season. Arnold Hall Theater, United States Air Force Academy.

Academy Concerts presents 2013-2014 Season. Arnold Hall Theatre, United States Air Force Academy.

Alamo Hotel. Annual Appreciation Dinner Pikes Peak Council Boy Scouts of America. December 5, 1950.

All American Youth Orchestra. Conducted by Leopold Stokowski. Spencer Penrose Stadium. June 19, no year.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Colorado Springs. Installation of the Rev. John M. Morris as the Thirteenth Minister. April 10, 1960.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Colorado Springs. List of sermons and lectures. February, no year.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Colorado Springs. Religion in the Light of Today, a list of the Sermons to be delivered. 1925-1926.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Colorado Springs. The Search for Self, four evenings of challenging film and honest talk. March, no year.

All Souls Unitarian Church, Colorado Springs. Unity Club list of dates and topics. 1903-1904.

American Legion Band of Colorado Springs. Bancroft Park. 3 programs: Jun. 26, July 17 and Aug. 28, 1930. Gift of James Ciletti.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. April 2, 1909. At the Home of Mr. and Mrs. John Speed Tucker. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Faust. Thursday, November 7, 1912, at 8:30 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Dr and Mrs. Frederick A. Faust. Thursday, February 6, 1913, at 8:30 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Dr. A. A. Blackman. Thursday, April 3, 1913, at 8:30 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Faust, 819 North Nevada Ave. Thursday Evening, January 8th, 1914. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Shoup, 1131 North Tejon Street. Thursday, December 2, 1915, at 8 o’clock P.M. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Sharer, 1418 North Tejon Street, at 8 o’clock P.M. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Mrs. Rebecca Lowe, 620 North Cascade Avenue. Thursday, January 4th, [1917], at 8:15 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Parsons, 1130 Wood Avenue. Thursday, November 2nd, [1917], at 8:15 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. Perkins Hall. January 6th, 1921, at 8:15 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs. Program Book for season 1928-1929. Lists officers of Society and program for each performance of the season including where the show will take place.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs. Program book for 1974-1975.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs. Program book for 1976-1977.

American Music Society. Colorado Springs Center. At the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Faust, 819 North Nevada Avenue. Thursday, January 7th, [No year], at 8:15 o’clock. Program of songs and singers.

Anderson, Mrs. Merle in recital. Presented by Mrs. H.A. Hamilton. April 16, no year.

Anne Hathaway Shakespeare Club. Programme for Winter (Henry IV, Part I), Spring (Henry IV, Part II) and Fall (Julius Caesar) Sessions of 1902. Lists dates of meetings and Readings for each date. Also lists founders, members and officers.

Anne Hathaway Shakespeare Club. Programme for Winter (Henry V), Spring (Merry Wives of Windsor) and Fall (Hamlet) Sessions of 1903. Lists dates of meetings and Readings for each date. Also lists founders, members and officers.

Anne Hathaway Shakespeare Club. Programme for Winter (Henry VI), Spring (Comedy of Errors) and Fall (Romeo and Juliet) Sessions of 1904. Lists dates of meetings and Readings for each date. Also lists founders, members and officers.

Anne Hathaway Shakespeare Club. Programme for Winter (The Rivals), Spring (Midsummer Night’s Dream) and Fall (Henry V) Sessions of 1916. Lists dates of meetings and Readings for each date. Also lists founders, members and officers.

Annual Washington’s Birthday Celebration. Public Schools of the Pikes Peak Region and Duquesne Council No. 12. Municipal Auditorium. Two programs: February 22, 1926 and February 22, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Antlers Hotel Ball Room. Soiree Musicale. Wednesday Evening, Nov. 15th, 1916. 8:15 o’Clock. Featuring the Musicians: Theodor Salmon, Mrs. Edward Zell, Wilhelm Schmidt, and Zola Johnson.

Antlers Hotel. Farewell Benefit Concert. Charlotte Rhea James. Walter H Heerman, Cellist. Gordon Russel Thayer, Pianist. September 25. No Year (after 1913).

Antlers Park. The Fireman’s Picnic. August 7-9. No year (Late 1960’s to early 1970’s).

Antlers Park. Voices in Time: A Commemoration of Zebulon Pike’s 1806 Journey. Includes performance by the Colorado Springs Chorale “From the Parlor to the Campfire/ Songs from Zebuloon Pike’s Era, 1770-1813”. July 15, 2006.

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. First Week Program. June 26-July 2, 1950. “The Essence of Humanism and Music- Wagnerian Cycle.”

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. Second Week Program. July 3-9, 1950. “The American Republic and American Music Featured.”

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. Third Week Program. July 10-16, 1950. “Virtue, Duty and Law.”

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. Fourth Week Program. July 17-23, 1950. “Faith and Reason.”

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. Fifth Week Program. July 24-30, 1950. “Nature and Society.”

Aspen Institute, Aspen, Colo. Sixth Week Program. July 31-August 6, 1950. “The Dilemmas of Scepticism [sic] and Modern Music Featured.”

Auditorium of Colorado Springs. “The Dream of a Clown” Sponsored by The Girl Scout Council, Benefit of Camp Greenwood. Tuesday and Wednesday June 22-23, ?. 2 copies.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. The Civic Concert Service, Inc. Presents the World Famous Dancer and Ballet Master Andreas Pavley. Assisted by the Pavley-Oukrainsky Dancers and the Sensational Creation the Videballeton. Friday, Oct. 31, ?, at 8:15.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Annual Christmas Concert. Sunday, December 14, ?. Presented by The Combined Junior and Senior High School Choruses, The High School Orchestra and the Masque and Sandal Dramatic Club.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. “Elijah” Presented by the Colorado Springs Community Chorus. No Date.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. “H.M.S. Pinafore” or “The Lass that Loved a Sailor”. Produced under the Auspices of the City Christian Endeavor Union. Friday, September 28, 1923.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Mary Garden America’s Greatest Operatic Artist. (First Concert of Colorado Springs Musical Club’s Artist Series 1923. Tuesday, October 9, 1923. Contains an advertisement for Primrose House “Sends the gift of Face-Molding to Women” and Cadillac V-63.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Wilhelm Schmidt Presents Sousa and His Band, Lieut-Commander John Philip Sousa, Conductor. December 11, 1923. Contains an advertisement for the Colorado Coca-Cola Bottling Co. and shops that sell Victrolas.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Amelita Galli-Curci (Musician). Wednesday Evening April 16, 1924.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Jascha Heifetz Presented by the Colorado Springs Musical Club. Tuesday Evening January 6th, 1925. Contains advertisements for coal with prices.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Twenty-Fourth Annual Violin Recital and Orchestra Concert Over One Hundred Students Given by the Pupils of Edwin A. Dietrich. Benefit Woman’s Club Building Fund. Monday Evening, May 3, 1929 8:15 o’clock Sharp.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5, American Legion Presents Marion Talley, Pima Donna Soprano, Metropolitan Opera Company. Monday, Aug. 29, 1927. Contains an Advertisement fro The Consumers Ice Delivery Co. and Sinton Dairy Co.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts Incorporated of Colorado Springs. Concert Series 1928-1929 Program. Includes dates of performances and a summary of the performers, a seating chart with prices, and the officers of Civic Concerts Inc.

[Auditorium, Colorado Springs]. Civic Concerts Season Ticket prices and order form. 1928-1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Arthur Morris Co., Inc. Presents “The Desert Song”, a romantic operetta. Matinee and Night, March 1, 1928. Contains Advertisement for a Championship Basketball game C.C. Tigers Vs. Colorado U. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Balieffs Chauve Souris (The Bat Theatre of Moscow). March 16, 1928. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Lawrence Tibbett Baritone, Metropolitan Opera Company. October 31, 1928. (3)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Program of the Service Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of Armistice Day Conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Disabled Veterans of the World War and the American Legion, The Churches of the City Cooperating. November 11, 1928, 11 a.m. 2 copies.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Hulda Lashanska, Soprano and Hans Kindler, Cellist. Tuesday, November 27, 1928. Contains an advertisement for Thanksgiving Day Football game Tiger Frosh Vs. Aggie Frosh at Washburn Field. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. presents Albert Spalding, Violinist. Thursday, January 10, 1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Prospectus of the Stratford-Upon-Avon Festival Company, Under the Management of the Board of Governors of the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre. Saturday, Jan. 19 [1929], Matinee “The Taming of the Shrew”, Evening “Hamlet”. First Trans-Atlantic Tour, 1928-1929 Under the direction of F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest. Program announcing the show including “A Living Memorial to Shakespeare”.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. The Stratford-Upon-Avon Festival Co. presents In Shakespearean Repertory “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Hamlet”. Saturday, January 19, 1929. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. The Arthur Morris Productions, Inc. Has the Honor of Presenting Miss Helen Mackellar in “Back Pay”. Tuesday, February 12th, 1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Sigrid Onegin, Contralto. Song Recital. Wednesday, February 20, 1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5, American Legion Presents Walker Whiteside In the Gay Comedy “The Royal Box”. Tuesday Evening, March 12, 1929. Contains an advertisement for Antlers Hotel Beauty Shop. There is the regular Auditorium Playbill in addition to a colored playbill for the same show.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents The Revelers (James Melton, Lewis James, Elliott Shaw, Wilfred Flen, and Frank Black). Monday Evening, April 15, 1929. Contains and advertisement for Hardy’s Art Gallery.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Sousa and His Band. Lieut. Col. John Philip Sousa, Conductor, Harry Askin, Manager, Miss Marjorie Moody, Mr. Edward J. Heney, and Mr. Howard Goulden. Matinee and Night, September 6th, 1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Paul Kochanski, Violinist. Mr. Pierre Luboshutz, at the Piano. Wednesday Evening, November 13, 1929.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Dusolina Giannini, Soprano. Thursday Evening, January 30, 1930. Gift of James Ciletti.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Richard Crooks, Tenor. Tuesday Evening, April 8, 1930. Contains an Advertisement for national Retail Credit Association. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Featuring Henri Verbrugghen, Conductor and Soloist Judson House, Tenor. Friday Evening, April 25, 1930. (3)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5, American Legion Presents The Freiburg Passion Play with Freiburg Players, of Freiburg, Baden, Germany Featuring Adolf Fassnacht as the Christus Inheritor of the Role from Seven Generations and Its Most Famous Portrayer. Tuesday, Wednesday, July 1, 2, 1930; Matinee, Wed., July 2.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5 The American Legion Presents The Royal Russian Chorus. Princess Agreneva Slaviansky, Conductor. Friday, August 22, Saturday, August 23, Matinee and Night, 1930. Contains advertisements for Chapel Inn and The City Savings.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5, The American Legion Presents Mme. “Mother” Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Prima Donna Contralto, In Concert. Katherine Pike Skedden, Accompanist. Friday, August 29, 1930.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Claudia Muzio, Soprano. Charles Lurvey, at the Piano. Friday Evening, September 26, 1930. (3)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc. Presents Pavley-Oukrainsky, Ballet. Music by the Little Symphony Orchestra of Chicago, Ill. Friday Evening, October 31, 1930. Contains advertisement for Robert M. Jackson, Candidate for Re-election (for Sheriff?). (3)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs Post No. 5 The American Legion, Turtle Races. Under the direction of the Turtle Racing Association of America, Wichita, Kansas. Friday, December 12, 1930. Judges: Feorge Birdsall, Chester B. Horn, David P. Strikler, Stuart Dodge. Referee: O.J. Fleming. Contains a “Score Card” for the races.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents Maier and Pattison, Two-Piano Recital. Guy Maier and Lee Pattison. Tuesday Evening, December 16, 1930. Contains an advertisement for Jardine & Knight Plumbing and Heating Co. Stating “No Later than August 1, 1931- Colorado Springs will Have Natural Gas. Prepare for this great convenience, now!” (4)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents Reinald Werrenrath, Baritone and Renee Chemet, Violinist. Miss Faye Roswell at the Piano. Friday Evening, February 6, 1931. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents Don Jose Mojica, Tenor. Troy Sanders on the Piano. Monday Evening, March 2, 1931. Autograph annotations. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents National Chamber Orchestra, Rudolph Ganz, Conductor. Monday Evening, November 2, 1931. Contains an advertisement for The Zim Bread Co. on the back cover, with a drawing of the Company Building. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents Carola Goya, In a Recital of Spanish Dances. Assisting artists: Beatrie Burford, Harpist and Isia Seligman, Pianist. Tuesday, December 8, 1931. Contains an Advertisement for Gladys Knowles-Wardwell Piano Studio. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents Jose Iturbi, Pianist. Wednesday Evening, February 17, 1932. Contains an advertisement for Antlers Hotel Coffee Shop. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Civic Concerts, Inc., Presents The Don Cossack Russian Male Chorus. Serge Jaroff, Director. Monday Evening, February 22, 1932. Contains advertisements for Meadow Gold Pure Milk and Cream and The Eleventh Annual Automobile Show Saturday, March 5th at the Auditorium, put on by the Automobile Trades Association of Colorado Springs. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. “Paderweski.” Presented by Robert Slack and Arthur M. Oberfelder. May 2, 1932. Gift of James Ciletti.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series – 1933-1934, First Concert. Lawrence Tibbett in Recital. Saturday, October 21. 1933. Gift of James Ciletti

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series – 1933-1934, Second Concert. Hall Johnson Negro Choir. Thursday, November 16, 1933. Gift of James Ciletti

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series – 1933-1934, Third Concert. Richard Crooks in Recital. Wednesday, January 17. 1934. Gift of James Ciletti

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series- 1933-1934, Fourth Number, Carola Goya In a Recital of Spanish Dances. Assisted by: Beatrice Burford, Harpist and Celso De Soyos, Pianist. Thursday, February 1, 1934. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Katharine Cornell Presents “The Barretts of Wimpole Street”. Local Management by Arthur M. Oberfelder. Friday, February 16, 1934. (4)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series- 1933-1934, Fifth Number, Vladimir Horowitz, Pianist. Tuesday, March 6, 1934. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. San Carlo Grand Opera Company. Direction Fortune Gallo. Local Management Robert Slack and Arthur M. Oberfelder. Saturday, May 19, 1934. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. 12 Piano Concert: Twelve artists playing ensemble. American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 5 Child Welfare Benefit. Thursday, August 30, 1934. Gift of James Ciletti

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series 1934-1935, First Number, Don Cossack Russian Male Chorus. Serge Jaroff, Conductor. Thursday, November 8, 1934.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Slack-Oberfelder Concert Series 1934-1935, Fifth Number, San Carlo Grand Opera Company. Wednesday, April 10, 1935. Contains an advertisement for E.W. Hughes and Company Investment Securities. (2)

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Folk Festival Program. March 28, 1936. Program includes Western American Dances, American Folk Songs, Early American Dances, European Fold Songs and European Fold Dances. Contains an advertisement for Crissey Fowler Lumber Company on the back Cover.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Sam H. Harris Presents Jane Cowl in “First Lady”, a comedy. Under The Local Management of Arthur M. Oberfelder. Wednesday, Feb. 10, 1937.

Auditorium, Colorado Springs. “Bombs Away”. Presented by Headquarters Second Army Air Force Under Auspices of the War Recreation Committee. December 6th, 7th, 8th, 1943.

Auditorium, Pueblo, Colorado. Tsianina. Friday, April 18, 1927, at 8:15 PM.

Babin, Tony. A Celebration of Life. 2010.

Badger Clark, “Will Rogers of the Poetry World.” An After-Dinner Lecture-Recital. Cliff House, Manitou Springs. Thursday, June 1, 1944. Dinner at 7.

Baker, John Huntington in recital. Presented by Bessie Henderson-Tewksbury. July 17, no year.

Baldwin and Hale Rodeo. July 4th, 1943. Events include Mad Scramble, Boot Race, Stake Race, and Bare Back Horse Riding.

Barn Guild. The Last Night of Don Juan. A Puppet Production. No Date. Front cover designed by hand in colored pencil (original- not copied).

Barn Guild. “Fate Mountain” and “Thirst”. May 22 and 23, 1931.

Belgian Relief Fund. Living Pictures for the benefit of. Colorado Springs. Wednesday, January Sixth, Nineteen Hundred Fifteen. Program and songs. Songs include Belgium Forever and America.

Blackman, Dr. and Mrs. Program at their residence. May 1, no year. (2 copies)

Bluebards Production Company Presents: As You Like It. Arnold Hall Theater. United States Air Force Academy. Spring Show 2006.

Bogue, Miss Francis. Recital by her pupils. 5 individual programs. 1327 West Kiowa Street. Year unknown. Gift of James Ciletti.

Bogue, Miss Francis. Music Recital featuring Ruth Goloven, Ralph Goloven, Esther Edwards, and Helen Dentan. Assisted by Arthur Shettle, Violinist, Pupil of Mr. Edwin Dietrich. At The Little Theatre. Saturday Evening, Sept. 27, 1930 at Eight-fifteen o’Clock. Program includes Sonata XVI in A minor, Souvenir, and Slumber Song.

Boies Penrose Hall. Fountain Valley School. “Pyramus and Thisbe from A Midsummer-Night’s Dream”. June 4, 1932.

Brighton Beach Memoirs, by Neil Simon. Presented by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company. October 12 – 28, 2007.

Broadhurst Theatre. Anniversary Waltz. Featuring Macdonald Carey and Kitty Carlisle. The Week Beginning Monday, September 27, 1954. Stated in the Playbill: “In the event of an air raid alarm remain in your seats and obey the instructions of the management.-Herbert R. O’Brien, Director of Civil Defense. Contains advertisements for alcohol, women’s products, restaurants, and cigarettes.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Summer Exhibition by Robert Reid, N.A. and John F. Carlson, A.N.A. in Greenhouse Gallery. Art Exhibition. No Date. Program lists names of pictures by Reid and Carlson.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Faust and Mr. And Mrs. H. Howard Brown Invite you to a [Music] Recital. Miss Anne Stratton, Contralto and Miss Francis Bogue, Pianist. April Fifteenth, 1920 [?] 8:15 p.m. Program includes Les Berceaux, The Annunciation, and Waltz.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Exhibition of Landscape Paintings by Robert Reid, N.A. Greenhouse Gallery. February Eighteenth to Twenty-seventh, Inclusive Neneteen [sic] Hundred Twenty-one, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m. Program lists Titles of pictures of two main groups: Moonlight Motives—Garden of the Gods and Mountains and Plains—Colorado Springs.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Memorial Exhibition of Photographs by Frederick Hitchcock Morley. Greenhouse Gallery. January 24th, to February 1st, 1922. Program includes brief Biography written by Laura Gilpin and a list of the pictures in the Exhibition.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Catalogue of Eleventh Annual Exhibition by Professional Members of the Broadmoor Art Academy. In Greenhouse Gallery. May 16th to May 30th, Inclusive, 1926. Open Daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Price, 10 cents. Catalogue includes names of artists and the names and prices of their pictures.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Catalogue of Twelfth Annual Exhibition by Professional Members of the Broadmoor Art Academy. In Greenhouse Gallery. May 29th to June 12th, Inclusive, 1927. Open Daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Price, 10 cents. Catalogue includes names of artists and the names and prices of their pictures.

Broadmoor Art Academy. Exhibition of Paintings by Ernest Lawson, N.A. and Randall Davey. Greenhouse Gallery. August Eight to Twenty-eighth, Nineteen Hundred Twenty-seven. Program includes a list of paintings by Lawson and Davey.

Broadmoor International Center. The North American Air Defense Command Presents the Norad “Cavalcade of Music”. Major Melvin A. Huyett, U.S. Air Force, Director. Captaion Keith Swanwick, Canadian Forces, Associate Conductor. Ticket with program. November 28, 1973.

Broadmoor International Center. 1975 World Figure Skating Championships Live on Closed Circuit Television. March 5-9, 1975.

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Broadmoor Quartette. First Morning Musicale. Community Theatre. Friday, July 21, 1922. Director Frank Havich, Assisted by Winifred F. Perry, Contralto. Quartette: Frank Havich (Violin), Frederick Knorr (‘Cello), Colby Davies (Piano), and John D. Hiltbrand (Bass Viol). Program includes Scheherezade and Indian Lament.

Broadmoor Theatre. 1975 Theatre Season. Roger Williams. Victor Borge. Carlos Montoya. Rod McKuen. Ticket order form.

Broadmoor (West Lake Field, Horse Show Grounds). Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Prize List and Classes. September 17, 1932.

Broadmoor West Lake Field. 12th Annual Colorado Springs Horse & Colt Show. Premium List. September 9 ,1933.

Broadmoor Horse Show Grounds (West Lake Field). Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Program. September 9, 1933.

Broadmoor West Lake Field. 13th Annual Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Premium List. August 25, 1934.

Broadmoor West Lake Field. 14th Annual Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Premium List. August 10, 1935.

Broadmoor Horse Show Grounds (West Lake Field). Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Program. August 10, 1935.

Broadmoor West Lake Field. Fifteenth Annual Colorado Springs Horse and Colt Show. Premium List. August 15, 1936. 2 copies.

[Broadmoor Horse Show Field]. The Colorado Springs Junior League Horse Show. Cheyenne Mountain Country Club. Program. July 19, 20 1947. 2 copies.

Broadmoor Horse Show Field (West Lake Field). Junior Horse Show sponsored by the Junior League of Colorado Springs. Prize List. Cheyenne Mountain Country Club. July 8, 1949.

Broadmoor Horse Show Field (West Lake Field). Junior Horse Show sponsored by the Colorado Springs Junior League. Cheyenne Mountain Country Club. Program. July 8, 1949.

Broadmoor Horse Show Field (West Lake Field). Tewenty-Eight Annual Coorado Springs Horse & Colt Show. Cheyenne Mountain Country Club. Program. September 10, 11, 1949.

Broadmoor Riding Ring. Coxtails Junior Horse Show. Program. Junior Horse Show. June 21-22, 1952.

Broadmoor Ice Palace (World Arena). Professional Ice Hockey. Fresno “Falcons” vs. San Diego “Skyhawks”. Includes condensed rules and regulations. Contains Colorado College Tigers 1948 Home Season schedule. [1948]

Broadmoor World Arena. 1965 World Figure Skating Championships. March 2-6, 1965. Official Program.

Broadmoor World Arena. In Memoriam the reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. April 7, 1968. Reading by Rosa Scott, Colorado College. Gift of Rosemae Cambell.

Broadmoor World Arena. Broadmoor Ice Revue 1968. August 21-25, 1968. Program.

Broadmoor World Arena. World Figure Skating Championships. Exhibition Program. March 4-8, 1975.

Broadmoor World Arena. 37th Annual Broadmoor Ice Revue, A Bi-Centennial Salute to Freedom. August 19-24, 1975.

Broadmoor World Arena. 36th Annual Broadmoor Ice Revue. August 16-21, 1977. Ticket order form.

Broadmoor World Arena. 40th Annual Braodmoor Ice Revue. August 15-20, 1978. Program.

Broadmoor World Arena. Christmas Pops on Ice. Arthur Fiedler and Charles Ansbacher. Broadmoor Skating Club. Ticket order Form. No date.

Brockhurst. “An Afternoon Tea and One hundred Years of Fashion”. May 5 and 6, 1972. Colorado Springs, Colorado. Program of Fashion show describing clothing displayed from each decade in from 1870s to 1970s and the people who donated the clothing for the show.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Don’t Forget that the Burns Players Open To-morrow Night Thursday, Oct. 17, ?. In a Delightful Comedy “Seven Days” A Night of Fun. Announcement.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Selwyns Presents “The Circle”. Monday Evening, May 29, ?.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. General Mitchell in a Vigorous, Illuminating Address “America’s Place in the Air” Every Red-Blooded American Should Hear Him! Thursday Evening, May 13, ?, at Eight-Fifteen. Includes a description of General Mitchell and his career.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Y.M.C.A. Star Course. Katherine Ridgeway Co. Gov. H.S. Hadley. Strollers Male Quartet. The Bergen-Marx Company. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley. The Ben Greet Players. Bios of performers.1912-1913 Season.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Chicago Grand Opera Company, General Manager, Andreas Dippel. Wednesday, October 23, 1912. This announcement contains “What the Critics Say” about the show.

Burns Theatre. Frank M. Farmer, Tenor. Add for Princess Tsianina Redfeather performance. (1913).

Burns Theatre. Princess Tsianina Redfeather Indian Mezzo-Soprano. Novemeber 11, 1913.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Complete Vaudeveille Orpheum. Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tuesday Mat., Oct 18-19 1915 or 1916 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Complete Vaudeveille Orpheum. Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tuesday Mat., Oct 11-12 1915 or 1916 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Spring. Louis Persinger. Angela Gianelli at the Piano. Friday, April the 14th, 1916. Program contains a photograph of Louis Persinger.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The J.B. Pond Lyceum Bureau Presents Sir Rabindranath Tagore, The Distinguished Indian Poet and Holder of the Nobel Prize. October 18th, [1916], 8:30 p.m. This announcement contains ticket prices and a summary of Sir Rabindranath Tagore.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artists Concerts. 1916-Season-1917. Under the Auspices of The Colorado Springs Musical Club. Third Concert. Mr. Efrem Zimbalist, Violinist and Mr. Samuel Chotzinoff at the Piano. Wednesday Evening, February 28th, 1917. Program includes Prelude in E, Concerto in D major, and Le Carnaval-Russe. Program contains advertisements, among others, for taxicab Co., automobile services, clothing, etc.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Opening Concert by The Girls’ Choral Club of The Girls’ Musical Club. Haydn Owens, Conductor and Mrs. Paul Martin Lennox, Accompanist. Wednesday Evening, March 7th, 1917. Program includes Autumn Violets, Indian Lullaby, The Song of Kisses, and Star Spangled Banner in addition to a list of the members of the Chorus.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artists Concerts 1916-Season-1917. Under the Auspices of The Colorado Springs Musical Club. Fourth Concert. Miss Frieda Hempel, Soprano. Friday Evening, March 16th, 1917. Program includes Come Beloved-Atalanta, “Casta Diva”-Norma, and Cradle Song. Contains Advertisements, among others, for Automobiles, musical instrument stores, fuel, coal, etc.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artists Concerts. 1917-Season-1918. Under the Auspices of The Colorado Springs Music Club. First Concert. Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Company and Ruth Miller, Soparno, Metropolitan Opera Company, Assisting Artist. Emilio Roxas at the Piano. Friday Evening, October 12th [1917]. Program includes Aria Che Gelida Manina, from La Boheme, English Songs, and other songs. Program contains Advertisements, among others, for oil and oil stocks, Antlers Livery and Taxicab Co., Radiators, Clothing, automobiles, food and musical instruments.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. San Carlo Grand Opera Co. Great Artists’ Concerts Colorado Springs Musical Club. Season 1917-1918. Second Concert December 25th, 1917. And Tales of Hoffman. Contains advertisement, among others for the Antlers New Years Eve Dance and Supper.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artist Concerts. 1917-Season-1918. The Colorado Springs Musical Club. Last Concert. Mischa Elfman, Violinist. Friday Evening, April 5th [1918]. Program includes Concerto, G Minor, Symphonie Espagnole, and Sonata II, E Major. Also listed in Program: Monday Evening, April 9, 1918, A.H. Woods Presents a New Comedy Entitled “Mary’s Ankle”. List of Cast, Synopsis of Scenes and Executive Staff. There is also a smaller, more colorful program for “Mary’s Ankle” inside this program. Contains advertisements, among others, for Manitou Mineral Water Co., automobile service, the Annual Greeters Ball, dry cleaning, and florists.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Lord and Lady Algy” a comedy by R.C. Carton. Staring William Faversham and Maxine Elliott. Saturday Night, February 8, 1919. And “Have a Heart”. Monday Night, February 10th. Contains advertisements, among others, for clothing, automobile supplies, fuel, cleaners, etc.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artists Concerts. 1918-Season-1919. Under The Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Third Concert. Monday Evening, March 17th [1919] at 8:15. San Carlo Grand Opera Company, Fortune Gallo, Impresario. Western Tour Under Management of Allison White, Charlie R. Baker, Manager. Aida. Opera in Four Acts by Verdi. Program includes Cast of Characters and Synopsis of Scenes. Contains advertisements, among others, for automobile service, coal, musical instruments, insurance, and cleaners.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Pantages Unequaled Vaudeville Season’s Best Bill Nine Royal Uyeno Japs, Venetian Gypsey Sextette, and Silber and North. Tuesday Only, Dec. 1919. Supplement-Burns Program.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Guy Bates Post in “The Masquerader”. Presented by Richard Walton Tully. James G. Peede, Gen. Mgr. Monday Night, December 8, 1919. Program includes Persons in the Play and Synopsis. Contains advertisements, among others, for automobile service, coal, fuel, investment brokers, jewelers, restaurants, etc. Also a list of men’s clothing and prices sold at Perkins-Shearer Co. on back cover.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “America’s Greatest Comic Opera – Robin Hood.” Presented by Ralph Dunbar. Matinee and Night, Saturday January 1, 1920. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Messrs. Cohan & Harris Present Mrs. Fiske In a comedy of Moonshine, Madness and Make-believe- “Mis’ Nelly of N’Orleans” By Laurence Eyre. Under the Direction of Harrison Grey Fiske. Monday Evening, May 17th, 1920. Contains advertisements, among others, for Pikes Peak Floral, Whitney Electric Co., ad for “wedding Bells” at Burns Monday May 31st, taxi cab co., automobile service and supplies.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Great Artist Concerts. Season 1920-1921. Under Auspices of Colorado Springs Music Club. Program by Mme. Margaret Matzenauer. Thursday Evening, October 7th, 1920 [front cover date September 7th, 1920- different from inside program]. Program includes songs “If Thou Be Near” and “The Kiss”. Program contains advertisements, among others, for “The little Whopper” a musical comedy at the Burns Monday October 11, 1920, Franklin Life Insurance, The Manitou Baths, and “Robbins” clothing store.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Christmas Pageant of the Nativity. Given by the Community of Colorado Springs Under the direction of the Dram League and the Broadmoor Art Academy. Wednesday, December 22, 1920. Includes advertisements for Manitou Mineral Water Company, The Woman’s Exchange, Inc, the Anuual [sic] New Year’s Celebration at the Antlers Hotel, Blair’s Business College, and “Peaceful Valley” at Burns December 23 staring Charles Ray.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Anna Pavlowa, The Incomparable, and her Ballet Russe. Fortune Gallo, Director. [Part] I Thias, Ballet in one Act from Massenet’s Opera, [Part] II Snowflakes, Ballet in one Act. Thursday, February 24th, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming show at the Burns “Josef Hofman, Pianist” and Connie Talmadge in “Dangerous Business”, and Western Union Telegram.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Prima Donna Contralto. Assisted by Mr. George Morgan, Baritone, and Katherine Huffman at the Piano. Wednesday Evening, March 2, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for Income tax specialist, Couture’s Dry Cleaning, The Little Miss Muffet Shop, upcoming shows at The Burns “Trails End” and Josef Hofmann, Pianist, and the Elizabeth Martin Inn.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Josef Hofmann, pianist. Second Great Artist Concert. Season 1920-1921. Under Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Wednesday Evening, March 9th, 1921. Contains Advertisements, among others, for The opening of The Tejon Ladies’ Tailoring Shop, coal, automobiles, etc.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. New York Philharmonic. Third Great Artist Concert. Season 1920-1921. Under Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Wednesday Evening, May 4, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for the Alamo Café, and upcoming event at Burns: Louis Persinger- Violinist.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Edward Johnson of the Chicago Grand Opera Company in song Recital. Great Artist Concerts. Season 1921-1922. Under the Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Ellmer Zoller at the Piano. Wednesday Evening, October 26th, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for Lincoln, Buick, Cadillac, upcoming event at Burns: “Merchant of Venice” staring John E. Kellerd, Peerless Phonographic Shop, the J.A. Morrison Agency Company, Van Briggle Pottery, and Good Year Service Station.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Drama League Presents “The Importance of Being Earnest” A serious comedy for Trivial People by Oscar Wilde. Produced under the direction of E. Benson Sargent. November 30th, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Sun Realty Company, clothing stores, food shops, Outwest Printing and Stationary Company, and upcoming event at Burns: “The Bat” and “East is West”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “East is West”. Staring Ray Bainter. Presented by William Harris, Jr. Dec. 10, ‘21. And “The Bat” by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Aver Hopwood. Presented by Wagenhals & Kemper. Monday Evening, Dec. 12, ’21. Program contains advertisements, among others, for automobile companies, Colorado Springs Sporting Goods Co., upcoming event at Burns: “The Swamp” and “Mabel Garrison Leading Colorature Soparno”, and The Antlers Annual New Year’s Celebration.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Miss Mabel Garrison, Soprano. Great Artists Concerts. Season 1921-1922. Under Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Mr. George Siemonn at the Piano. Thursday Evening, December 15, 1921. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Broadmoor dinner and dancing New Years Eve, Hamilton Jewelry Co., Tom Howland, Tailor, Craftwood Shops, Van Briggle Pottery, Advertising agency, Broadmoor sport shop, and upcoming event at The Burns: “The Foolish Age” staring Doris May.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Spring. Ignas Friedman, Pianist in Recital. Monday Evening, February 20, 1922. Contains Advertisements, among others, for upcoming events at The Burns: Pantages Vaudeville and “Hail the Woman”, and The winners of an Essay contest listed along with the prizes for High School Students and Grade School Pupils also judges are listed.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Mr. Walter Hampden in “Othello”. Monday Evening, March 20, 1922. Contains one Advertisement for upcoming shows at the Burns: “The Girl With the X-ray Eyes” “Zillah” and “The Passing Show of 1921”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Messrs. Lee and J.J. Shubert offer The Winter Garden’s Ninth Annual Revue “The Passing Show” Presenting Willie and Eugene Howard with an all star cast. Monday Evening, April 3rd, 1922. And
Fritz Kreisler, in Concert. Wednesday, April 5, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for the Pantatorium, Barnes Wood Co., Barthel’s Ice Cream, Union Ice and Coal Co., Blair’s Business College, Colorado Springs Light Heat and Power Company, and upcoming event at Burns: “The Midnight Bell” Staring Charles Ray.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Great Lover”. Staring Mr. Leo Ditrichstein. Presented by Mr. Lee Shubert. Monday Evening, April 24th, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for Myron S. Collins- Everything in Insurance, Royal Hat Works, upcoming events at The Burns: “Loaded Dice” and “Penrod”, and Essex Motor Cars Price list on back cover.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Mr. Pim Passes By” A Theatre Guild Success, a comedy by A.A. Milne with Laura Hope Crews and Original New York cast including Dudley Digges. Presented by A.L. Erlanger. Monday Evening, May 22nd, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for the “C” club of Colorado College Presents “Three Mile Limit” Perkins Hall May 26, upcoming events at The Burns: Pantages Vaudeville, “Gas, Oil, and Water” staring Charles Ray and “The Circle” staring John Drew and Leslie Carter, and Staggs Business College.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Circle” a modern comedy in Three Acts. Staring John Drew and Mrs. Leslie Carter. Presented by The Selwyns. Monday Evening, May 29th, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for Thorton & Co. “A Man’s Shop”, Murray Drug Co., upcoming events at The Burns: “The Kansas Wonder Girl staring Eugine Dennis and “Glorious Clementia” staring Pauline Frederick, the Ballou Studios (home furnishing), and the Senior Colorado College presents “Adam and Eva” June 3, ‘22

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Miss Rosa Ponselle, Prima Donna Dramatic Soparno, Metropolitan Opera Company. Assisted by Mr. William Tyroler, Pianist (former Assistant Conductor, Metropolitan Opera Company. October 4, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for Joe Arnold Chevrolet Sales and Service, “Miss Dorothy Davis announces the Reopening of her Studio of Classic Dancing…” Schedules and prices of classes listed, and The Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Canyon.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Tito Schipa, premier Tenor Chicago Opera Company, in a song recital. Great Artist Concerts. Season 1922-1923. Under Auspices of Colorado Springs Musical Club. Assisting Artist- Julian Huarte, Pianist. Management Evans & Salter. Wednesday Evening, November 22, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for Yellow Cab Co., Studio Falts (photograph studio), Perkins Shearer Co., State Savings Bank, and upcoming events at The Burns: George Arlis in “The Man Who Played God.” And “The Merry Widow”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Drama League Presents “A Christmas Carol”. Arranged for the Stage by Helen S. Hungerford. Directed by E. Benson Sargent. December 21 and 22, 1922. Contains advertisements, among others, for the Broadmoor New Years Eve Dinner and Dancing, Interior Decoration by Grace D. Johnson, and upcoming event at the Burns: Tom Wise in “3 Wise Fools”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Artur Schnabel Piano Recital. Third Concert Colorado Springs Musical Club Great Artist Series. February 7th, 1923. Contains advertisements, among others, for Miller Brothers “where the music is sweetest”, Sanitary Wet Wash, and upcoming event at the Burns: Rachmaninoff, World Famous Pianist-Composer, in Concert.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Rachmaninoff. Wednesday Evening, February 14, 1923 at 8.30. Announcement contains information about Rachmaninoff.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Mr. Toscha Seidel. Final Concert Colorado Springs Musical Club Artists Series. February 21, 1923. Contains advertisement, among others, for upcoming event at The Burns: Frieda Hempel including photograph.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Program for Monday and Tuesday, February 26-27, [1923]: 1.Burns Orchestra, 2. International News, 3. Leach-Wallin Trio, 4. Hazel Stallings, 5. Will- Kaufman and Lillian-Kathryn, 6.Les-Morgan and Gray-Beryl, 7. Cecil Cunningham, 8. Moanalua Sextette, 9.”Married People”, 10. Exit March. Contains advertisement for upcoming event: Freida Hempel.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Program of Mademoiselle Jenny Lind as sung by Miss Frieda Hempel. Colorado Springs Musical Club Artist Series Extra Attraction. Assisted by Mr. Coenraad V. Bos at the Piano and Mr. Louis P. Fritze, Flutist. Wednesday Evening, February 28th, 1923. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming event at The Burns: “The Passion Play”, Turner Art Shop, Kinght-Campbell’s (Piano shop), The Community Theatre March 17, Edwin Ideler-violinist, and Original “Manitou” Sparkling Water.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Twentieth Season, 1922-1923. Henri Verbrugghen, Conductior. Fifteenth Annual Spring Tour. Soloist: Anne Roselle, Soprano (of Metropolitan Opera Company). May 3, 1923, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements, among others, for Pikes Peak Cog Road $5, School Welfare Committee, Sinton Dairy Co., automobiles, laundry services, and upcoming events at The Burns: “The Sunshine Trail” with Douglas MacLean and “Shuffle Along” a musical comedy.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Cat and the Canary”. Presented by Kilbourn Gordon, Inc. Friday and Saturday, August 10th-11th, 1923, Matinee Saturday 2:30 P.M. Contains advertisements, among others, for Manitou Sparkling water and Ginger Champagne, Rodeo Dance at Lorraine Gardens, Wrestling Match at Stratton Park Pavilioin- John Pesek “The Nebraska Tiger” Vs. Allen Eustace “The Kansas Giant” Aug.13, and upcoming events at The Burns: Pantages Vaudeville and Eugene O’Brien in “Steve”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Albert Spalding, violin Recital. Colorado Springs Musical Club‘s Artist Concert. Mr. Andre Benoist at the Piano. November 21, 1923. Contains advertisements, among others, for Kleen-Maid Bread, “Starting tomorrow Everet R. Cummings Presents From Screen To Stage Bob Finlay and his Cinema Girls Revue with Dorothy Bush”, Colorado Coca-Cola Bottling Co., The Sign of the Rose, and the Fults [Photographic] Studio “special Christmas rates”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Blossom Time”. Presented by Messrs. Lee and J.J. Shubert. Entire Production under the Personal Direction of Mr. J.J. Shubert. January 19, 1924. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming events at The Burns: Pantages Vaudeville and “The Song of Love” staring Norma Talmadge, Hazlehurst Flannigan & Co. Investment Bonds, Florists, Irene Prior Dance Studios, and The Chocolate Shop.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Moriz Rosenthal. Wednesday Evening, at 8.30, Feb. 20, [1924]. Announcement contains information on Moriz Rosenthal and “Recent Press Comments”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Mr. Moriz Rosenthal. Presented by the Colorado Springs Music Club. February 20, 1924. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Passing Show presenting Willie and Eugene Howard, The Phonograph Shop, and Fawcett Advertising Agency.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Joint Recital Paul Althouse, tenor, and Arthur Middleton. Wednesday Evening, February 27, [1924]. Announcement contains information on Paul Althouse and “Press Notices”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Paul Althouse, Tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Col. In Joint Recital With Arthur Middleton, Baritone of the Metropolitan Opera Co. Mr. Rudolph Gruen at the Piano. Wednesday Night, February 27, 1924. Contains advertisements for The Passing Show March 8th, Van’s Auto and Machine Shop, and Miller Bros. Music store.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Fool”, Channing Pollock’s Greatest Play. Presented by The Selwyns. Produced by Frank Reicher. Friday Evening, May 23rd, 1924. Contains advertisements, among others, for Tucker’s Restaurant, Zim’s Better Breads, the Broadmoor Hotel Garage, Freeman Beauty Parlor and upcoming events at the Burns: “A Son of the Sahara” and Six Big Time Acts of Pantages Vaudeville.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Pantages Vaudville,” July 10-11. “Brandon Light Opera Co,” July 12-15. 1924.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Florence Macbeth, Coloratura Soprano and Carl Rollins Baritone. First Concert Colorado Springs Musical Club Great Artist Series. Wednesday Evening, November 5th , 1924. Contains advertisements, among others, for the Fourth Annual Automobile Show at the Auditorium, Junior Orpheum Vaudeville and Olga Petrova in “Hurricane” [At Burns?], Teason Brothers- Automotive Electricians, Jascha Heifetz-musician- at the Auditorium Jan. 6, and Frantzhurst Subdivision on back cover.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Drama League presents “A Christmas Carol”. Directed by E. Benson Sargent. Matinee and Night, December 20, 1924. Contains advertisements, among others, for silver spruce Xmas Trees at Producers Market, The Out West Tent and Awning Co., upcoming events at the Burns: Pantages Vaudeville and “Her Night of Romance” staring Constance Talmadge, Jascha Heifetz-violinist- recital at Auditorium Jan. 6th, and Tokio Art Shop. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Friday and Saturday, February 5-6, 1925.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Tito Schipa, Premier Lyric Tenor, Chicago Opera Co., in a recital. Assisting Artist: Mr. Jose Echaniz, Pianist. Management Evans& Salter 527 Fifth Ave., N.Y. March 11, 1925. Contains advertisements, among others, for Giddings & Kirkwood (clothing), Acacia Cleaners, upcoming event at The Burns: Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra in his sensational Concert Program, The McRae Restaurant, and Frantzhurst Subdivision on back cover.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Grace Milone 1925 Review. Given for the Nutrition Camp under the Auspices of the Junior League of Colorado Springs. May 9th, 1925. Program contains brief summary of the Nutrition Camp. Multiple parts to program: Tea Dansant, Nursery Rhymes, Ports of the world, Junior League Revue, The Gift Shoppe, Cycle of youth, and Festival of Youth. No Advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Cecil Arden of the Metropolitan Opera Company. First Concert Colorado Springs Musical Club Great Artist Series. Assisted By Ola Lee Gulledge at the Piano. Monday, November 2, 1925. Program includes Deh vieni non tardar, Jardin d’Amour, and The Mermaid’s Song. Contains advertisements, among others, for Fifth Annual Show-Automobile Trades Association of Colorado Springs at the Auditorium, and upcoming event at the Burns: Josef Lhevinne- Great Russian Pianist- Nov. 12. Contains insert of Carmen’s Dream, Le Reve de Carmen especially arranged for Cecil Arden. Also Contains another insert on Cecil Arden –biography and press comments.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Josef Lhevinne, Pianist. Colorado Springs Musical Club Great Artist Series. Management Evans & Salter. November 12, 1925. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Democrat Publishing Company, Lindblom (tailor), upcoming events at The Burns: Legion Follies November 16, 17, 18, ”Five Big-Time Acts of Vaudeville and a First Run Feature”, and “Wanted! Charleston Dancers- Charleston Contest for Local Championship Nov. 13 Cash Prizes”, and City Coal Mines.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Helena’s Boys”. Staring May Robson. Presented by Augustus Pitou, Inc. Dramatized by Ida Lublenski Ehrlich. Monday, December 14th, 1925. Contains advertisements, among others, for Their Book Shop, Domestic Electric Appliance Co., Thornton-Mills “A Man’s Shop”, “Hardy’s Christmas Gift Suggestions” Clifford Hardy- jeweler and art dealer, Piggly Wiggly, and upcoming event at The Burns: “Lightnin”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Shore Acres”. Presented by the Drama League. Directed by E. Benson Sargent. Monday, December 28, 1925. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Sandwich Shop, and upcoming event at The Burns: “Blossom Time”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs All-Star Musical Series Announcement Season 1926-1927. Contains dates of performances and information on the performers.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “White Cargo”. Presented by Harry L. Cort and Barney Klawans. Monday January 18, 1926. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Silver Fox Shop, Earl Udick Tire Shop, upcoming event at The Burns: What Price Glory, and Pikes Peak Fuel Company.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Chamber Music Society of San Francisco. Founded 1916 by Elias Hecht. Musical Direction and Violin, Louis Persinger. Siola, Nathan Firestone. Violin, Louis Ford. Violincello, Walter Ferner. Flute, Elias Hecht. Monday February 8, 1926. Contains advertisements, among others, for Colorado Springs Music Co., College Cleaners, upcoming event at The Burns: “No, No, Nanette” February 17-18, and “Clauvilaux” a recital at the Auditorium February 15. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Miss Rosa Ponselle, Prima Donna Dramatic Soprano, Metropolitan Opera Co. Presented by the Colorado Springs Music Club. Assisted by Mr. Stuart Ross, Piano. Thursday Evening, March 25, 1926. Containing advertisements, among others, for The Broadmoor Hotel, Kiddie Shop, upcoming event at the Burns: Tipica Orchestra of Mexico April 15th, and Bennett-Shellenberger Realty Co.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Elks’ 1926 Minstrels. Presented by Colorado Springs Lodge No. 309. Direction of Clint Draper. April 12-13-14, 1926. Contains advertisement, among others, for The Elks Club Dining Room.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Friday and Saturday, April 16-17, 1926. Gift of James Ciletti

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Friday and Saturday, April 23-24, 1926. Gift of James Ciletti

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudeville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday April 30 & May 1, 1926. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Rain” staring Jeanne Eagels. Presented by Sam H. Harris. Friday Night, Sept. 10-Saturday, Sept. 11, Mat. And Night, 1926 [?]. Contains advertisement, among others, for Colorado Springs Musical Series Season 1926-1927. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Ben Hur, a tale of the Christ.” Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Date not given, advertisement for upcoming show “Blossom Time.” Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Blossom Time”. Presented by The Messrs. Shubert. Tuesday, November 16, 1926, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements, among others, for the Half Way House, and for Thanksgiving Day football game: Colorado Mines Vs. Colorado College. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Bohemian Girl” Presented by May Valentine’s Comic Opera Company. Monday December 13, 1926. Contains advertisements, among others, for electric companies. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Arabian.” Starring Walker Whiteside. January 31, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Beau Geste”. Presented by Adolf Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. A Herbert Brenon Production with Ronald Colman. February 21, 22, 23, 1927. Contains advertisements. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Friday and Saturday April 8-9, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Honor of the Family” staring Otis Skinner. Presented by Charles Frohman. Monday, May 16, 1927. Contains advertisement, among others, for upcoming events at Burns: Corinne Griffith in 3 Hours, “College Days”, and the Senior Class of Colorado College presents “Thank You”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday July 1 and 2, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday August 5 and 6, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday September 9-10, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

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Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Richard Barthelmess in “The Drop Kick”-“Football Sense” By Grantland Rice and Chick Meehan. On the stage The Burns Orchestra. Oct. 1927. Announcement for the show.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The American Legion Follies. Presented by Colorado Springs Post Number Five. Entire Production conceived and staged by Mrs. Dan Hampton. Tues., Wed., Thurs. Matinee and Night, Oct. 11-12-13, 1927. Contains advertisement, among others, for football game: C.C plays Montezuma, Saturday at Washburn Field.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday November 4 and 5, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday November 11-12, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Madcap” staring Mitzi, the worlds greatest comedianne. Presented by The Messrs. Shubert. Monday, December 12, 1927. Contains advertisement, among others, for Christmas gifts.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudeville Managers’ Association. Friday and Saturday December 30-31, 1927. Contains advertisements for upcoming event at Burns: “Midnight Show” and The Canteen.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday January 6-7, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday January 27-28, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Sakura (The Wild Cherry Blossom). Starring Walker Whiteside. February 20, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Presented by Arthur M. Oberfelder. Henry Verbrugghen, Concuctor. Tuesday Evening, April 24, 1928 at 8:15. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming event at Burns: The Patent Leather Kid.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday June 15-16, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday June 29-30, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Kingdom of God” staring Miss Ethel Barrymore. Presented by Mr. Lee Shubert. Monday, July 8, 1929. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming event at Burns: Davey Lee in “Sonny Boy” and Dolores Costello in “Madonna of Avenue A”. (3)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Association Vaudeville. Western Vaudville Manager’s Association. Friday and Saturday August 24-25, 1928. Gift of James Ciletti.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. American Legion Follies 1929. Presented by Colorado Springs PostNumber Five. Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 25, 26, 27, 1929. Contains a list of Patrons and Patronesses of the American Legion. Contains advertisements, among others, for upcoming event at Burns: “is Everybody Happy?” staring Ted Lewis and “December is the Greater Entertainment Month”- list of events in December. (2)

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Rosamunde. Presented by the Colorado Springs High School Class of 1930. Assisted by the Glee Clubs and Orchestra of C.S.H.S. Friday Matinee and Night, February 28, 1930.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Vinegar Tree.” Starring Billie Burke. Presented by Belasco and Curran. 1931. Gift of James Ciletti

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Apple Cart.” Arthur M. Oberfelder by arrangement with the Theatre Guild, Inc. Directed by Paul Irwin. November 24,, 1931. Gift of James Ciletti

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. The Fool. Directed by Gertrude Grimes Johnson. Thursday Night, December 1st, Friday Matinee and Night, December 2nd, 1932. Contains advertisements for Hamlin-Lawrie Music Studio and “The Milk Fund”.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Tattle Tales” staring Frank Fay and Barbara Stanwych. Tuesday, April 4, 1933. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Iolanthe” Ernest Kitson, Director. Fountain Valley School. Tuesday, March 14, 1933

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Complete Vaudeveille Orpheum. Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tuesday Mat., Oct 18-19 1915 or 1916 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Complete Vaudeveille Orpheum. Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tuesday Mat., Oct 11-12 1915 or 1916 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Abie’s Irish Rose”. Mon., Tue., Jan. 24-25; We., Jan 26, Matinee and Night, No year listed, 1920s [?]. Contains advertisement, among others, for Basketball games: CC Tigers Vs Wyoming Universsty [sic] and CC Tigers vs. Denver University.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Pantages Vaudeville. Monday, Tuesday, July 10-11, No Year Listed, early 1920s [?]. and Brandon Light Opera Co. in “The Mikado”, July 12-13-14-15, No Year Listed, early 1920s [?]. And Brandon Light Opera Co. in “The Bohemian Girl”. Friday Evening and Saturday Matinee and Evening, July 14-15, early 1920s [?]. Contains advertisements, among others, for The Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Canyon.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Complete Orpheum Vaudeville Orchestra. Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tuesday Mat., March 12-13, No Year Listed, 1920s [?]. Contains advertisements.

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. Trans-Continental Tour of the New York Symphony Orchestra. Walter Damrosch, Conductor. Efrem Zimbalist, Soloist. Friday Evening, May 4th, No Year Listed, Late 1910s or early 1920s [?]. Contains advertisement, among others, for The Hindu Seer (Fortune teller?).

Burns Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The King of Kings”. Cecil B. DeMille’s Production. Sunday, April 8, twice daily. No year listed, late 1920s [?]. Gift of James Ciletti.

For more Burns Playbills see Theatre and Town.

The Caledonian Society presents “The Fuller Sisters”. “The Burns” Friday Eve Feb 19, about 1914. Songs of the British Isles

Calvary United Methodist Church presents Karen Dandino and Lyn Godfriaux Maloy, a Piano Recital. Sept 25, 2005.

Central Christian Church, Colorado City. Lord’s Day, May 12, 1912.

Central City Opera House Association. “Ruy Blas” Staring Miss Helen Chandler and Mr. Bramwell Fletcher. July 16 to July 30, No Year Listed.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Play Festival 1948, 70th Anniversary Play Festival. “Cosi Fan Tutte” or “The School for Lovers”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Play Festival 1949. “Diamond Lil’” staring Mae West. Presented by Albert H. Rosen and Herbert J. Freezer. July 30-August 20, 1949.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Play Festival 1950. “The Devil’s Disciple” staring Maurice Evans. August 5- 26, 1950.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1952. “Mrs. McThing” staring Helen Hayes and Jules Munshin.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1952. “The Marriage of Figaro”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1952. “The Marriage of Figaro” and La Boheme”. Larger Play bill than most; contains Photographs and Brief Biographies of actors. Also Lists the Plays from past Central City Festivals 91932-1952).

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1953. “The Time of the Cuckoo” staring Shirley Booth.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1955. “The Mikado” staring the D’Oyly Carte Opera Co.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1956; 25th Anniversary. “The Ballad of Baby Doe”, the World Premiere of. Entire Playbill Gold Color.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1956; 25th Anniversary. “The Ballad of Baby Doe”, the World Premiere of. Playbill not all Gold Colored.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1956. “La Tosca”. The entire production staged and designed by Dr. Elemer Nagy.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1957. Johann Strauss’ “The Gypsy Baron”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1958. Pietro Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana”. And Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s “I Pagliacci”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1959. “The Ballad of Baby Doe”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1961. “The Elixir of Love”.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1962. “The Girl of the Golden West.” Contains an insert on the 1962 Central City Festivals.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1965. “Any Wednesday” staring George Gaynes, Patricia Cutts and Richard Roat.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1966. “The Ballad of Baby Doe.”

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1967. “Cactus Flower” staring Hugh O’Brian and Elizabeth Allen.

Central City Opera House Association. Central City Festival 1968. “Tolanthe” or The Peer and the Peri. Staring The D’Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Central City Opera and University of Colorado Opera Studies present “Opera Rocks the Rockies”. Nov 6-14, 2009.

Chamber Orchestra of the Springs “20th Anniversary Season” 2001-2002 Season

Chamber Orchestra of the Springs “Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Season” 2008-2009

Chamber Music with the Veronika String Quartet. March 14, 2010 Packard hall, Colorado Springs and March 21, 2010 Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Pueblo.

Cheyenne Mountain High School. The High School Band in its Spring Concert. Directed by Charles Callahan. Wednesday, May 25, 1960. 7:30 p.m. Canon Grade School, All Purpose Room.

Cheyenne Mountain High School. “Sing-Raise the Roof Concert: All City Boychoir Festival” January 28, 2011.

Cheyenne Mountain School. Tony Sarg’s Marionettes. March 6th, 1928.

Cheyenne Mountain School. The Harvest Moon, play pageant of Autumn. Monday and Tuesday, September 28, 29, 1931, 8:15 p.m. The-Theatre-in-The-Woods.

Cheyenne School. The Cheyenne Christmas Serbices. Cheyenne Auditorium. No Date.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Advertisement for “Styles in Acting” staring Dorothy Sands. Presented by the American Association of University Women. Friday March 9th, 1934. Advertisement contains information about Dorothy Sands.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Styles in Acting” staring Dorothy Sands. Presented by the American Association of University Women. Under Management by James B. Pond. Friday March 9th, 1934. Contains advertisement, among others, for Piggly Wiggly.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Master of Ballantrae” staring Walker Whiteside. February 4, 1935. Contains advertisement, among others, for upcoming event at the Chief: George Arliss in the Iron Duke.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Growing Pains”. Presented by the Colorado Springs Drama Club. Directed by Mrs. Dan Hampton. Thursday, May 2, 1935. Contains Advertisement, among others, for upcoming events at the Chief: Unfinished Symphony and “Many of Aran”. (2)

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Part 1: Pathe News, Part 2: Rain and Sunshine, Part 3: “Desirable” With Jean Muir. Presented by Colorado Springs Post Number Five, The American Legion. Thursday, June 13, 1935.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Post Road” Staring William John O’Brien. Presented by Colorado Springs Post Number Five, The American Legion. Tuesday, October 29, 1935. Contains Advertisement, among others, for upcoming event at the Chief: “She Couldn’t talk it”.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “You Can’t Take it With You”. Presented by Sam H. Harris. Thursday, February 3, 1938. Contains Advertisement, among others, for upcoming events at the Chief: “The Hurricane” and “I’ll Take Romance”.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Kiss the Boys Goodbye”. Presented by Brock Pemberton. Monday, April 24, 1939. Contains Advertisement, among others, for upcoming event at the Chief: “Dark Victory” staring Bette Davis.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Golden Boy. Presented by The Legitimate Theatre Corporation of America. January 4, 1940. Contains advertisements.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Hedda Gabler staring Eva Le Gallienne. Presented by The Legitimate Theatre Corporation of America. January 31, 1940. Contains Advertisement, among others, for Meadow Gold Milk.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Ballet Theatre. Presented by S. Hurok. Friday, January 21st, 1944. Contains Advertisement, among others, for upcoming event at the Chief: The Sinatra Show! “Higher and Higher”.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Life With Father” staring Harry Bannister and Mary Loane. Presented by Oscar Serlin. Thursday, June 29, 1944. Contains Advertisements.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Lute Song”. Presented by Michael Myerberg. Matinee and Night November 26, 1946. Contains Advertisement, among others, for Manitou Cliff Dwellings.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Hamlet” staring Maurice Evans. Presented by Michael Todd. Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1947. Contains Advertisements.

Chief Theatre, Colorado Springs. Paris ’90. Staring Cornelia Otis Skinner. Presented by A.S. Blodgett. Friday, December 12, 1952. Contains Advertisements, among others, for televisions.

Children’s Christmas Service, Colorado Springs. 1913.

Church in the Wildwood, Green Mountain Falls. Dedication service. August 12, 1973.

Civic Music Association. Giovanni Martinelli, tenor. Assisted by Frederick Schauwecker, Pianist. No Date.

Civic Music Association. Attilio Baggiore, Tenor and Egon Petri, Pianist, In Concert. No Date.

Civic Music Association. Gordon String Quartet (Founded 1921): Jacques Gordon, Ralph Silverman, Paul Robyn, and Naoum Genditzki. No Date.

Civic Music Association. John Charles Thomas, Baritone. Assisted by Carroll Hooister, Pianist In Concert. No Date.

Civic Music Association. Myra Hess, Pianist, In Concert. No Date.

Civic Music Association. Florence Austral, Soprano and John Amadio, Flautist, In Concert. No Date. Autograph annotations.

Civic Music Association. Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor In Concert. Assisted by Frederick Schauwecker, Pianist. No Date.

Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins Colorado. Reserve Officers Training Corps Military Band. Ninth Annual State-Wide Tour. Chas R. Jones, Manager. Wm. H. Feldman, Conductor. March 31 to April 16, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Agriculture College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Program, Commencement Week. May 29 to June 5, 1924.

Colorado College. Barnum!? The Least Greatest Show On Earth. 2008.

Colorado College. “C” Club Presents “Outside the Three-Mile Limit”. Friday Evening, May 26, 1922, 8 O’Clock. Perkins Hall.

Colorado College Children’s Dance Theatre presents “Come and See the Peppermint Tree”. December 1972?
Colorado College Collegium Musicum. Michael Grace, director. Nancy Ekberg, director of instrumental ensemble. Daniel Brink, associate director. December 16, 2007 at 3 PM. Packard Hall.

Colorado College Holocaust Commemoration. “Vedem: An Oratorio”. May 2-3, 2011. Shove Memorial Chapel . Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale performs David Mason and Lori Laitman’s original work.

Colorado College. Conference on The Fine Arts Program. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, July 25, 26, and 27, 1942. General Theme: The War and the Arts. Includes list of speakers and artists to appear.

Colorado College. Dance, Drama and Music departments present a dance drama, “Quest for Sita.” April 19-30, 1948.

Colorado College. Music Department presents The Colorado College Choir and Colorado Vocal Arts Ensemble, Visiting Ensemble-in-Residence. Friday, December 5, 2008, 7:30 PM, Shove Memorial Chapel.

Colorado College. Music Department presents The Bowed Piano Ensemble with Victoria Hansen, soprano. Tuesday, February 10, 2009. 7:30pm. Packard Hall.

Colorado College Music Department and Pearson Experimental Music Studio present English Horn Meets Bowed Piano and Friends featuring Thomas Stacy. February 10, 2011. Packard Hall.

Colorado College Music Department presents Yumi Hwang-Williams, violin and Susan Grace, piano. March 6, 2011. Packard Hall.

Colorado College. Tiger Jazz Ensemble “Jazz Battle Royale” Directed by Ricky Sweum. May 9, 2010. Packard Hall

Colorado College Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs Theatre Company. Neil Simon’s Autobiographic Comedy- Biloxi Blues. Oct. 10-26, 2008. Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. Sundays at 2:00 p.m.

Colorado College Fine Arts Center Music Festival. Summer 1953.

Colorado College Fine Arts Center Theater Summer Concert series. Summer 1959.

Colorado College. Senior Class Presents “Outward Bound”. Burns Theatre, Thursday, May 10, 1928.

Colorado College. Summer Festival of the Arts. Max Morath and Kathy Morath in America the Beautiful: Katharine Lee Bates & Some Women of Her Time. July 17, 1993.

Colorado College School of Music. Miss Mildred McMurtry in Violin Recital. Presented by Miss Mabel M. Harlan. Assisted by Miss Frances Curtis, Pianist.

Colorado College Taylor Theatre. Scapin – “Not your mama’s Moliere.” February 16 and 17, 2008.

Colorado College Tiger Jazz Ensemble. Presents “This One’s for Lyn!” Sunday November 20, 2005. Packard Hall.

Colorado College Theater Workshop. “Neon Ukiyo-E: An Evening of Kabuki Plays.” November 17, 18 and 19, [2005]. Taylor Theater.

Colorado Conference of Congregational Churches, Colorado College, Colorado Springs. May 10-12, 1927.

Colorado Congregational Conference, First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. September 28-30, 1915.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 43rd Annual Meeting. October 29 to November 3, 1917. Includes lists of Members, Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 44th Annual Meeting. November 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1918. Includes Who’s Who, Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Superintendents’ and Principals’ Spring Conference.
Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 46th Annual Meeting. November 2,3,4,5,6, 1920. Includes Who’s who, Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Official Program of Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting. November 2-6, 1920. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Education Association. Official Program of Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting. October 18th to 22nd, 1921. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 48th Annual Meeting. November 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1922. Includes Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Official Program of Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting. Nov. 7th to 11th, 1922. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 50th Annual Meeting. November 6, 7, 8, 1924. Includes Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 51th Annual Meeting. November 5, 6, 7, 1925. Includes Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Official Program of Fifty-First Annual Meeting. November 5, 6, 7, 1925. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 52nd Annual Meeting. November 11, 12, 13, 1926. Includes Who’s who, Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Education Association. Advance Announcement of 53rd Annual Meeting. November 10, 11, 12, 1927. Includes Locations of Meeting, Hotels in the area, and agenda for meeting.

Colorado Experience. Starlight Spectacular, Benefiting The Trails and Open Space Coalition. 12th Annual. June 17th 2006, 11:59 PM. Garden of the Gods. Colorado Springs.

Colorado Federation of Music Clubs. Hostess Clubs: Colorado Springs Music Club and American Music Society. Perkins Hall, Colorado College. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday April 28, 29, 30, 1931. Program of activities of event. Contains some advertisements.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs, Cheyenne Mountain School, Colorado Springs. Fine Arts Festival. May 1, 1934.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs, Colorado Springs. First Annual Meeting. Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1st and 2d, 1895. Program lists officers, Committee of Arrangement, Committee on Credentials, and Program for the Meeting.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. Fourth Annual Convention. Greeley, October 11th and 12th, 1898. Program lists Officers, Chairmen of Local Committees and Programme for Convention. Has beautiful purple printing inside and is held together by a yellow string.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. Program of Ninth Annual Convention. Perkins Hall, Colorado Springs. September 28, 29, 30, October 1, 1903. Lists officers, some with Photographs, Chairmen, and program committee.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. Concert Programme. September 25th, 1908. “American Composers”.

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. Twenty-first Annual Convention. Methodist Church, corner of Boulder and Nevada Sts. Colorado Springs. Sept. 28, 29, 30, and Oct. 1, Nineteen-fifteen. Lists officers, lyrics to song “Colorado”, and program of events. Contains Advertisements, among others, for Colorado College, and Union Pacific Rail Way: “California The Land of Charm”. (2)

Colorado Federation of Women’s Clubs. Twenty-Seventh Annual Convention. First Presbyterian Church and Perkins Hall, Colorado Springs. Sept. 20 to 24, 1921. List of officers and committee members, and program of events of the convention.

Colorado Festival of World Theatre. July 20-30, 2006.

Colorado Festival of World Theatre. Glitz and Glamour… and Broadway. Saturday, September 6, 2008. 8:00 pm World Premiere Performance.

Colorado Midland Band. Manitou Soda Springs Park Thursday afternoon, Aug. 29, 3 o’clock [No Year]. H.O. Wheeler, Directior. (2)

Colorado Opera Festival and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. New Year’s Eve Gala. December 31, 1983.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1973. The Magic Flute. Donald P. Jenkins, Managing Director and Conductor. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1973. The Italian Girl in Algiers. Donald P. Jenkins, Managing Director and Conductor. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1974. “Iolanthe”, June 27, 28. “The Marriage of Figaro”, July 11, 12. “Macbeth”, July 25, 26. Donald P. Jenkins, Managing Director and Conductor. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

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Colorado Opera Festival, 1975, 5th Season. The Abduction From the Seraglio, June 18, 20, 22, The Turn on the Shrew, July 9, 11, 13, The Tales of Hoffmann, July 30, August 1, 3. Donald P. Jenkins Artistic Director and Conductor. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1976. Donizetti, Don Pasquale. Directed by Herbert Beattie. Donald P. Jenkins, Musical Director. June 16, 18, 20. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1976. Mussorgsky, Boris Godunov. Directed by Herbert Beattie. Donald P. Jenkins, Musical Director. July 28, 30, August 1. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival at Colorado College, 1977. I. Stravinsky, The Rake’s Progress. Donald P. Jenkins, Artistic Director. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival at Colorado College, 1977. W.A. Mozart, Cosi Fan Tutte. Donald P. Jenkins, Artistic Director. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival at Colorado College, 1977. G. Verdi, Aida. Donald P. Jenkins, Artistic Director. Large Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1978. La Cenerentola. Master Schedule.

Colorado Opera Festival, 8th Season at The Colorado College, 1978. Rossini’s Cinderella (La Cenerentola), June 21, 23, 25. Handel’s Comic Opera, Xerxes, July 12, 14, 16. Bizet’s Carmen, July 31, August 2, 4, 6. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1979. Gounod’s Faust. C.O.F. Scene Designations.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1979. Elixir of Love. C.O.F. Scene Designations.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1979. Donizetti’s Elixir of Love. July 24, 26, 28, 30, and August 1. Gounod’s Faust. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1980-1981. A brochure to future investors. Includes budget and Board of Directors.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1980. “La Boheme.” Donald P. Jenkins, conductor. June 25, 27, 29, July 1, and 3. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1980. “Die Fledermaus”. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. July 30, August 1, 3, and 5. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1981. “La Traviata”. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. July 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1981. Colorado Opera Festival News, September 1981, Vol. II, No. 4. Newsletter contains information about the past season and happenings.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1981. Colorado Opera Festival News, November 1981, Vol. III, No. 1. Newsletter contains information about upcoming events.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1982. Colorado Opera Festival News, November 1982, Vol. III, No. 3. Newsletter contains information about upcoming events.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1982. Verdi’s Rigoletto. Donald P. Jenkins. Announcement for show contains seating and ticket prices and information about the show.

Colorado Opera Festival. May 1983. Announcing Carmen and The Barber of Seville, July 26-August 2, 1983.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1983. Bizet’s Carmen, July 26, 28, 30, and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, July 29, 31, August 2. Announcement for shows contains seating and ticket prices and information about the shows.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1983. “Carmen”. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. July 26, 28, & 30. “The Barber of Seville”. Donald P. Jenkins, General Director. July 29, 31, August 2. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1984. Puccini’s Tosca. July 20, 22, 24. The Merry Widow. August 3, 5, 7. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors, and program notes. (2)

Colorado Opera Festival 1986. Ticket order form for 16th Season. Faust, The Ballad of
Baby Doe, The Mozart Requiem.

Colorado Opera Festival, 1987. Benefit Concerts. Verdi Requiem. July 10, 12. Favorite Arias & Overtures. July 24, 26. Donald P. Ajenkins, General Director. Program contains advertisements, biography of actors and program notes.

Colorado Opera Festival. 25th Season in Colorado Springs, 1995. “Don Giovanni”. Friday, July 21, Sunday, July 23, Wednesday, July 26, and Saturday, July 29, 1995. Pike’s Peak Center. Program lists Board of Directors. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Opera Festival. 27th Season. Colorado Springs, 1997. “Carman”.

Colorado Prison Association. Perkins Hall, Colorado College, Colorado Springs. First Quarterly Program of the Nineteenth Year. April 18, 1916.

Colorado Springs Municipal Band. Most take place at Acacia Park or Bancroft Park. Summer 1925, 5 individual programs. Summer 1926, 16 individual programs. Summer 1927, 23 individual programs. Summer 1928, 14 individual programs. Summer 1929, 8 individual programs. Summer 1931, 11 individual programs. Summer 1932, 9 individual programs. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs Center of the Drama League of America. The Shakespearean Tercentenary, General Program For the Celebration of. 1616-1916. Program for March 26- May 8, 1916 and for Shakespeare Week Sunday May 14- Sunday May 21, 1916.

Colorado Springs Center of the Drama League of America. Winning Play of 1924-1925 Season. “Friend Mary” by Elizabeth D. Preston. In Little Theatre of Municipal Auditorium, April 13th, 1925, at 8 p.m. Directed by Author. Program.

Colorado Springs Choral Society. First Midwinter Concert. Rubin Goldmark, Conductor. February 25th, 1896. Program lists Officers, Board of Directors, Patrons, and Associate Members of Choral Society. Also Members of Chorus and program of concert including lyrics to some songs. Contains Advertisements.

Colorado Springs Choral Society. Concert with Symphony Ensemble. Conductor, Frederick Boothroyd. Soloists: Mrs. Thomas Harris Powers, Pianist and Karl Jörn, Tenor. Accompanist: Mrs. Marry Schnitzius Osborn. City Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Thursday, November 23rd, 1933, at 8:15 o’clock p.m. Autograph annotations. Program of concert, List of Patrons and Patronesses, and members of the Chorus and the Orchestra.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Annual Christmas Concert. Donald Jenkins, Conductor. Janet Sprouse, Accompanist. Shove Chapel. December 19, 1969, 8:15 p.m. Program contains list of Patrons and sponsors, Members, Chorale Members, program of concert and lyrics of songs. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. “Missa Solemnis”. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. Josephine Estill, Soprano. Mary Strunk, Alto. Charles M. Margason, Tennor. Thomas Haddow, Bass. Wasson High School Auditorium. Friday, December 20, 1974. Program of Concert, program notes, Text, list of patrons, list of Members, Board of Directors, and Members of Chorale. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Conductor Donald P. Jenkins. Mary Ellen Fish, Soprano. Marilyn LeVan, Alto. Charles M. Margason, Tenor. Thomas Haddow, Bass. Palmer High School Auditorium.Friday, May 28, 1976. Program of concert, program notes, Text, list of patrons, list of Members, Board of Directors, and Members of the Chorale. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Conductor Donald P. Jenkins. Friday, November 19, 1976, 8:15 p.m. Palmer High School Auditorium. Program includes The Creation by Franz Joseph Hayden, lyrics listed. Program Notes, Board of Directors of Choral society, Patrons and Members, Members of chorale and orchestra. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Carmina Burana. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. Friday, May 6, 1977, 8:15 p.m. Palmer High School Auditorium. Program of Concert, Program Notes, Board of Directors of Choral society, Patrons and Members, Members of chorale and orchestra. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Verdi Requiem. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor. Friday, May 5, 1978. Palmer High School Auditorium. Program of Concert, Program Notes, Board of Directors of Choral society, Patrons and Members, Members of chorale and orchestra. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Requiem. Donald P. Jenkins, Conductor Mary Ellen Fish, Soprano. Mary T. Thacker, Alto. Dan Vines, Tenor. Steve Sweetland, Bass. Friday, May 1, 1981, 8:15 p.m. Palmer High School Auditorium. Program of Concert, Program Notes, Board of Directors of Choral society, Patrons and Members, Members of chorale and orchestra, and The Chorale Repertoire 1956-1981. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. With a Song and with Laughter Let us Make the Rafters Ring. Donald P. Jenkins, conductor. Guest Artist: Peggy Shivers, Soprano. November 19, 1982, 8:15 p.m. The Pikes Peak Center. Program of Concert, Program Notes, Board of Directors of Choral society, Patrons and Members, Members of chorale and orchestra, and The Chorale Repertoire 1956-1981. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. Thirty-seventh season. 1993-1994 Pikes Peak. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Chorale. “24th Annual Deck the Hall with the Swallowtail Celtic Trio” December 10, 2010 at the Pikes Peak for the Performing Arts. Donald P. Jenkins.

Colorado Springs Chorale. “25th Anniversary of Deck the Hall: The Best Way to Celebrate Christmas”. December 9, 2011 at Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts

Colorado Springs Chorale. “26th Annual Chefs’ Gala and Silent Auction” . March 6, 2011 at the Antlers Hilton, Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “My Man Godfrey”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Staged and Designed by Gene Benton. June 26, 27, 28, 1946. Contains Advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Imaginary Invalid”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Staged and Designed by Gene Benton. August 28, 29, 30, 1946. Contains Advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Angel Street”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. December 19, 20, 21, 1946. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Stage Door”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. January 30-31- February 1, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Second Man”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 27-28, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “I Remember Mama”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. May 1 and 2, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “State of the Union”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. June 12-13, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Ten Little Indians”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. July 9, 10, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Dear Ruth”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. August 27, 28, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Years Ago”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. October 9-10-11, 1947. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Sprngs Civic Players. “Sarah Simple”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. November 20, 21, 22, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Front Page”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. Jan 29, 30, 31, 1948. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Whiteoaks”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 4, 5, 6, 1948. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Papa is All”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. November 17, 18, 19, 20, 1948. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Three Men on a Horse”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. January 12, 13, 14, 15, 1949. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Life With Father”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. October 19, 20, 21, 22, 1949. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “An Inspector Calls”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. November 30, December 1, 2, 3, 1949. Contains advertisements. (3)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Two Blind Mice”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. January 18, 19, 20, and 21, 1950. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Petrified Forest”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 1, 2, 3, and 4, 1950. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Jenny Kissed Me”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. April 12, 13, 14, 15, 1950. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Fourth Annual Bonanza Production”. High School Auditorium. May 24, 1950. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Life With Mother.” Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. October 18, 19, 20, 21, 1950. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Born Yesterday.” Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. November 29, 30, December 1, 2, 1950. Contains advertisements. (3)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Heiress.” Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 14-15-16-17, 1951. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Light Up the Sky”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. April 25, 26, 27, 28, 1951. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Gramercy Ghost”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed By Orvis I. Grout. October 30, 31, November 1, 2, 3, 1951. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Detective Story”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. February 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1952. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Madwoman of Chaillot”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 1952. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Strange Bedfellows”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. May 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1952. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “The Happy Time”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. October 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1952. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Goodbye My Fancy”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. December 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1952. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players. “Death of a Salesman”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. February 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1953. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theatre Academy. “Stalag 17”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. March 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 1953. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Members of American National Theatre Academy. “The Late George Apley”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. May 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1953. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theatre Academy. “The Country Girl”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. October 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1953. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “Remains To Be Seen”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. December 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1953. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “Bell, Book and Candle”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. February 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1954. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “The Fourposter”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed By Orvis I. Grout. March 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 1954. Contains advertisements. (3)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “Mister Roberts”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis I. Grout. May 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 1954. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “My Three Angels”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. December 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1954. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theater and Academy. “The Perfect Marriage”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. March 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 1955. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theater and Academy. “Point of No Return”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. May 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1955. Contains advertisements. (2; one does not have outside cover.)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. October 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 1955. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “Rainmaker”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. November 28-29-30—December 1-2-3, 1955. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “The Seven Year Itch”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. February 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1956. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “The Corn Is Green”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. March 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theater and Academy. “Bus Stop”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. October 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theatre and Academy. “Anniversary Waltz”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. February 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1957. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theatre and Academy. “The Great Sebastians”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. May 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1957. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of American National Theatre and Academy. “The Teahouse of the August Moon”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. October 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1957. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theatre and Academy. “Inherit the Wind.” Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. December 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1957. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theatre and Academy. “The Desk Set”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. February 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1958. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theatre and Academy. “Janus”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. May 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 1958. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theatre and Academy. “The Matchmaker”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. October 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, November 1, 1958. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Players, Member of the American National Theatre and Academy. “Visit to a Small Planet”. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Directed by Orvis Grout. March 30, 31, April 1, 2, 3, 4, 1959. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Never Too Late”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. October 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1966. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Andersonville Trial”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. May 2nd through 7th, 1967. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Butterflies are Free!”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. December 4 through December 9, 1972. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Enter a Free Man”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. February 5th through 10th, 1973. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Help Stamp Out Marriage”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. March 26 through 31, 1973. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. May 7 through May 12, 1973. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Bus Stop”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. October 15 through October 20, 1973. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Pursuit of Happyness”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. December 3 through December 8, 1973. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. February 11 through February 16, 1974. Contains advertisements. (2)

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Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Halfway Up the Tree”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. March 25 through March 30, 1974. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “See How They Run”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. May 6 through May 11, 1974. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “A Streetcar Named Desire”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. February 3rd through February 8th, 1975. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Finishing Touches”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. March 31st through April 5th, 1975. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Don’t Just Lie There, Say Something!”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. May 5th through May 10th, 1975. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Sunshine Boys”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. October 13th through October 18th, 1975. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “I Do! I Do!”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. October 11th through October 16th, 1976. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Move Over Mrs. Markham!”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. December 6th through 11th, 1976. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Twigs”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. January 31st through February 5th, 1977. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Oldest Living Graduate”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. March 21st through March 26th, 1977. Contains advertisements. (3)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Absurd Person Singular”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. October 10th through 15th, 1977. Contains Advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Price”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. February 20th through 25th, 1978. Contains Advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “the Man Who Came to Dinner”. Under the direction of Thomas C. Bourke. April 1 through 7, 1978. Contains advertisements. (4)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “An Evening of Absurd Comedies: Is the Real You Really You?, I’m Herbert, and The House of Dunkelmayer”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. May 15th through May 20th, 1978. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. List of Plays Produced since 1946. Printed May 1978. Survey to see if any place should be produced again.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. 63rd Season of the Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. 1979 season. Includes “Quick History”. Ticket order form.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “6 Rms RIV VU”. Under the direction of Thomas C. Bourke. January 29 through February 3, No Year Listed 1979 [?]. Contains advertisements. (2)

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “Don’t Drink the Water”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. March 12 through 17, No Year Listed 1979[?]. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Glass Menagerie”. Under the direction of Donald Malmgren, Guest Director. April 30 through May 5, No Year Listed 1979 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Runner Stumbles”. Under the direction of Orvis Grout. November 6 through 11, No Year Listed 1979 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “All Over Town”. Under the direction of Thomas C. Bourke. November 6 through 11, no year.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. “The Lion in Winter”. Under the direction of Thomas C. Bourke. January 29 through February 2, 1980.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. An Evening’s retrospective in benefit of the Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. Max Morath, Piano. Charles M. Johnson, dramatic readings. Fine Arts Center Theatre. April do, 1983.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. 300 years of Drama—Classics through Contemporary. Season listing September 1983- May 1984. Season ticket order form.

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. Pamphlet on “The Years of Grout.”

Colorado Springs Civic Theatre. Request for members to join committees. Undated.

Colorado Springs Country Club. 18th annual Colorado Springs Cotillion. 2011.

Colorado Springs Dance Theatre. Order form for second season of three major American dance companies. 1978-1979. 2 copies.

Colorado Springs Dance Theatre. Order form for second season of three major American Dance Companies. 1979-1980.

Colorado Springs Dance Theatre. A Colorful Change of Scene. Poster of performances for 193-1984.

Colorado Springs Dance Theatre. Baryshnikov & Co. “An Evening of Classical Ballet” Starring Mikhail Baryshnikov. July 21, 1985.

Colorado Springs Drag Strip. 4th Annual Rod & Custom Show. March 25-26, 1961.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Peg ‘O My Heart”. Produced by Mrs. Dan Hampton. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Once There Was a Princess”. Produced under the direction of Mrs. Dan Hampton. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “The Swan”. Produced under the Direction of Miss Helen Sewell. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “The Whole Town’s Talking”. Directed by Miss Dealome Knox. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Adam and Eve.” At the Little Theatre, Auditorium. Produced by Special Arrangement with Samuel French, of New York, under the direction of Missrs. Dorothea Dudley and Lillian Johnson. No Date. 3 copies.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Civilian Clothes”. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Peg O’ My Heart”. Produced by Mrs. Dan Hampton. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “No More Frontiers”. Produced and Directed by Grace Casey. No Date.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “June Moon”. Fine Arts Center Theatre. October 19, 1936. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Holiday”. Fine Arts Center Theatre. February 1st, 1937. Proceeds to the American Red Cross. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Biography” a comedy by S.N. Behrman. With Jane Barry. Directed by William Michael Lambert. At the Fine Arts Center Theatre. Monday Evening, November 14, 1938.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “The Gentle People” by Irwin Shaw. Directed by Ernst Lothar. The fine Arts Center Theatre. November 12, 13, and 14, 1941 at 8:30 p.m. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “The Wild Duck” by Henrik Ibsen. Directed by Ernst Lothar. The Fine Arts Center Theatre. March 17 and 18, 1942 at 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Drama Club. “Ladies in Retirement” by Edward Percy and Reginald Denham. Directed by Ernst Lothar. May 26 and 27, 1942. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. ’82 [1982] Film Festival. March 23-November 16, 1982. Topics of movies include Screwball Comedies, Crime and Punishment, The Roar of Greasepaint, Cowboys and Indians, Those Golden Musicals, and Academy Award Winners.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: Program of the Opening Week, April 20-25, 1936.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “H.M.S. Pinafore or, the lass that loved a sailor”. Fountain Valley School and San Luis School. Music Directors Ernest Kitson and J.F> Bischof. March 9, 1940.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: the Amadeus Quartet. February 28, 1958.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Announcing 2007/2008 Season.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: Bonelli, from the Metropolitan Opera Association. April 28, no year.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “The Case of The Laughing Dwarf”. Presented by Koshare of Colorado College. March 22-23, 1939.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre. Grand & Gala Event to benefit the American Red Cross. “Ruddigore, or, The Witch’s Curse.” The Mountain Valley-San Luis Thespian Corps and the Broadmoor-Baskingstoke Band. March 7 and 8, 1942. Gift of James Ciletti. 2 copies

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Impressionist and Modern Masters from the New Orleans Museum of art. On exhibit December 8, 2007 – March 9, 2008.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and Colorado College present Charles Weidman. February 24, 1949.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and Colorado College winter concert series. Rosalind Nadell, mezzo-soprano. January 5, 1950.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs Music Theater. Great Gershwin. January 16-18, no year. 1975? (2 copies)

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs Music Theatre order form and list of performances of 1974-1975 season.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs Music Theater present: An Evening with Cole Porter and An Evening with the Arts. January 20, 1972.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Conference on the Fine Arts. April 28-29, 1939. Program lists activities taking place during Conference.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Drama Club Nites poster announcement and program. October 29, 1945.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Miss Evelyn Varden in Russet Mantle. No date.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre. Fiftieth Anniversary Season. List of events. 1986-1987.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre. Drama Club Nites. October 29, 1948.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Film at the Fine Arts Center. Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton. No date.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Film at the Fine Arts Center Summer Film Festival. No date.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Fine Arts Week, May 13-18, 1962. Schedule of events.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: Four Plays. Mr. Somebody, Dangerous Corner, Rain from Heaven, and Russet Mantle. August, no year.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Guthrie Theater, presents Everyman. Ticket order form. May 11, no year.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “Joan of Lorraine”. Presented by the Fine Arts Conference. Directed by Reginald Lawrence. Saturday, August 2, 1947.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Luigi Palazi, The Celebrated Dramatic Tenor, Opera, Concert and Radio Artist. Assisted by Louise Stone, Violinist and Dr. Ernest Tarrash, Pianist. Presented by Mrs. Kingsley Ballou. Friday, June 10, 1938- 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “Night Over Taos”. Presented by Koshare. Directed by Arthur G. Sharp, Jr. March the Fourth-Fifth-Sixth, Nineteen Hundred Thirty-Seven.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “The Old Maid and the Thief” and “Amahl and the Night Visitors”. Presented by The theatre Singers. Directed by Edalyn Burger. April 23, 24, 25, 1953. Contains advertisement.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. “Our Town”. Presented by The Drama Club. Directed by Carol Truax. Monday and Tuesday Jan. 22 and 23, 1940, At 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center’s Performing Arts Program Presents: (separate programs): Much Ado About Nothing, November 22, 1976; Selections taken from the works of James Thuber, played by William Windom. February 8, 1977; Mummenschanaz ( Swiss Mime Mask Theatre). February 21, 1977; Edgar Allen Poe. A Condition of Shadow. No date; The New Shakespeare Company of San Francisco. The Threepenny Opera. May 10, 1977.

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Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: Performing Arts Series. Includes advertisements and program. 1987-1988.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The Pikes Peak Musicians Association and the Broadmoor Jazz Club present Jamboree in Jazz, a jazz benefit. Poster and coupon. April 6, 1975.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Program for August 1937.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Program for February 1937.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Poster advertising season tickets. 1977-1978.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center SaGaji Theatre. The Rep Season Program 2005-2006.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Reparatory Theatre. 2000-2001 season: South Pacific, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Pippin, Grease.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Reparatory Theater. 2005-2006 season: Anything Goes, She Loves Me, Steel Magnolias, La Cage Aux Folles, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, The Pirates of Penzance. (2)

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Robert Casadesus, Pianist. Winter Concert Series, Program. March 16, 1943.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Christmas Festival. Allied Arts Council of the Pikes Peak Region. December 12-14, 1957.

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Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Summer Film Calendar 1975.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Second Annual Industrial Arts Exhibit. Presented by The Manufacturing Division of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce. Jan. 22 through Feb. 1- 1953.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Theater, Music and Dance. 1977-1978 season.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The Troupe Summer Repertory Theatre: The King and I, Dames at Sea, Company, Our Town. 1976.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Walter Klein, from Austria. Piano. October 20, 1977.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The Troupe Colorado Springs Repertory Theatre. Vanities, Gypsy, 110 in the Shade and Candide. (1979).

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center winter concert series. 1936-1937.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Repertory Theater (“The Rep”), “Moon Over Buffalo” (play), March 11-19, 2005.

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. Youth Rep. Spotlight Showcase. Musical Theatre: The Journey Begins. July 14-15, 2006. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Youth Rep. “Godspell.” July 19-22, 2006.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Extremely Grand Opening Program, August 2-5, 2007.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Celebration of the life of Elizabeth Wright Ingraham. November 23, 2013.

Colorado Springs High School. “The Cabinet Minister”. Presented by the Class of 1904. Directed by Mrs. W. A. Barber. Opera House. Friday, April 22, 1904. Has photograph of cast of characters on back cover.

Colorado Springs High School. “The Taming of the Shrew.” Presented by the Senior Class 1916 in connection with the Shakesperian [sic] Tercentenary. Director Lloyd L. Shaw. The Burns Wednesday, May Seventeenth, Three-thirty, Thursday, May Eighteen, Eight-thirty.

Colorado Springs High School. “Nathan Hale”. Presented by the Senior Class. Burns Theatre. Wednesday Evening, May 18, 1921.

Colorado Springs High School. “Goodnight.” Presented by The Masque and Sandal Dramatic Society of the Colorado Springs Senior High School. [March 4, 1927]. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. Musical comedy “Pickles,” given by High School Glee Clubs. High School Auditorium. May 5, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. Brown and White Day. Second Anniversary. May 13, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. Class Day Program. High School Auditorium. May 20, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. Third Annual “Tri-C” Band Concert. Centennial and Central High School of Pueblo and Colorado Springs High School. High School Auditorium. May 24, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. “Smilin’ Thru.” Presented by the Senior class ’27. No date. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. “Billy” Presented by the Junior class ’28. No date. Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs High School. “Pygmalion” staring Ruth Chatterton. Presented by Harold J. Kennedy In association with Jus Addiss and Hayden Rorke. Friday, January 31 No Year Listed.

Colorado Springs Lodge 309 B.P.O. Elks. “A Night in Bohemia”. Directed by Bro. Thos. P. Grez. Thursday and Friday, August 6 and 7, 1903. For Charity Fund. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Music Theatre, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. 1978-1979 Season ticket form and additional ticket form for Special Christmas Producion.

Colorado Springs Music Theatre, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center present Gigi. April 17-20, no year.

Colorado Springs Music Theatre. “Brigadoon.” Directed by Peter Brumlik. 1978-1979 Season . Gift of James Ciletti.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Great Artist Recital. Signor Pasquale Amato, Barytone [sic]. Mme Gillda Longari, Soprano. Signor Fernando Tanara, Accompanist. Opera House. November First Nineteen Eleven. Program includes lyrics to songs “The Erl-King” and “Prologo From Pagliacci.”

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Vladimir de Pachmann. Fourth Artist Recital Season 1911-1912. Opera House. February Ninth, Nineteen Twelve. (2)

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Mme. Schumann-Heink. Great Artist Recital. Mrs. Katharine Hoffmann, Accompanist. Opera House. January Twenty-fifth, Nineteen Twelve. Contains advertisements and photograph of Mme. Schumann-Heink.\

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Efren Zimbalist. Fifth Artist Recital. Mr. Sam. Chotzinoff at the Piano. Opera House. Friday, March First, 1912 [?]. Contains advertisement for The Knight-Campbell Music Co.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Louis Persinger, Violinist. Third Concert Great Artist Series. Burns Theatre. Monday, November Twenty-Five, Nineteen Twelve.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Year Book. Season 1913-1914. Announcement of Artist Course and Programs of the Club.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Fritz Kreisler, Violinist. Carl Lamson, Accompanist. Burns Theatre. Friday, February the Thirteenth Nineteen Hundred Fourteen. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “American Music”. Broadmoor Art Academy. Monday Afternoon, March 7, 1921, 4:00 o’clock. Including musicians: Ruth Evans, Mrs. Mary A. Morriss, Mrs. Marie Briscoe, Hywell C. Rowland, and Miss Frances Bogue.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Candlelight Program. Perkins Hall. December Eleventh 1921, Five o’clock. Includes list of members of chorus.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Scandinavian Music. Broadmoor Art Academy. January 18, 1922.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Impressions”. Broadmoor Art Academy. Wednesday Afternoon, January 25th, 1922 at Four o’clock. Including musicians: Miss Nelle Martin, Mrs. Daniel Thatcher, Miss Ruth Brown, Mrs. Thomas B. Went and Miss Grace Lord.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. Student Program. Broadmoor Art Academy February 15, 1922.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Children’s Music”. Broadmoor Art Academy. Wednesday Afternoon, March 8th, 1922 at Four o’clock. Including musicians: Miss Frances N. Tucker, Mrs. Thomas B. Went, Miss Dorothy Allen, Mr. Harry F. Taylor, and Miss Virginia Newman.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Open Meeting”. Perkins Hall. Tuesday Evening, April 11, 1922 Eight-thirty o’clock. Including musicians: Miss Anna Olivia Prior, Elwin Smith, Mrs. Frederick A. Faust, and Frank Havic.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Transcriptions”. Broadmoor Art Academy. Wednesday Afternoon, April 26, 1922, Four o’clock. Including Musicians: Alvaretta Enman, Miss Marian Lloyd, Mrs. John Speed Tucker, and Miss Margaret Osborne.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Romantic Program”. Broadmoor Art Academy. Wednesday Afternoon, January 23, 1924, Four o’clock. Including Musicians: Zora Impson, Lucinda Shutt, Mrs. Daniel Thatcher and Mrs. Clarence C. Hamlin.

Colorado Springs Musical Club. “Benefit Concert Cleora Wood Schmidt.” Perkins Hall. Thursday Evening, April Fourteenth Eight-Fifteen o’clock, No year listed, Early 1920s[?]. Includes Musicians: Anna Olivia, Leah Dana Rees, and Nellie Lina Long.

Colorado Springs Opera Association presents La Tosca. Wasson High Auditorium. February 5-6. 1965.

Colorado Springs Opera Association presents Faust. Wasson High Auditorium. October 23-24, 1964.

Colorado Springs Opera Association presents La Traviata. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. November 7-9, 1963.

Colorado Springs Opera Association presents Paint Your Wagon. Palmer High School Auditorium. January 19, 1973.

Colorado Springs Opera Association presents The Student Prince. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. April 9-11, 1964.

Colorado Springs Opera Company. Powhatan, a benefit for the Boys’ Club. June 29-30, 1896.

Colorado Springs Opera House. Mr. Robert B. Mantell in “Macbeth” Wednesday, Nov. 12, ?, “The Merchant of Venice” Thursday, Nov. 13,?, and “Hamlet” Thursday Evening. Announcement of show contains photographs and information about Mantell.

Colorado Springs Opera House. A Bunch of Keys or The Hotel. Saturday, Dec. 28, [1899]. Announcement of the show.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “Taming of the Shrew”. Tour of Mr. Chas. B. Hanford. Supported by Miss Helen Grantly. Under the Direction of the JamesB. Delcher Co. May 2, 1902. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “The High Road” staring Mrs. Fiske and the Manhattan Company. Presented by Harrison Grey Fiske. Tuesday, November 4th, 1913. Inside front cover there is an area to be filled out by the person who attended the opera, with sections: “Dinner At….”, “Saw the Play with…”, “Friends or Distinguished People I saw…”, and “Supper at…”. Also contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “The Chocolate Soldier.” Presented by Whitney Opera Company. Directed by F.C. Whitney. Saturday, Dec. 27, 1913. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “Little Lord Fauntleroy”. Presented by Margaret Fealy. January 1, 1913, Matinee and Night.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “The Quaker Girl” with Victor Morley. Presented by John P. Slocum. Saturday, Jan. 24, 1914. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “The Nigger” with Florence Roberts supported by Thurlow Bergen. Presented by William A. Brady. Tuesday Night, February 21. “Virginius”. An engagement of Mr. Frederick Warde. Wednesday Night, February 22. “Pepito Arriola, Famous Boy Pianist.” Presented by Robert Slack. Thursday Night, February 23. “Three Weeks” with Miss Marcella Hamilton. Presented by The Syndicate Company “In corporated”. Friday Night, February 24. No year listed, pre-1902 [?]. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “East Lynne”. Presented by The Sargent Players. August 18, 19, No year listed, early 1900s [?].

Colorado Springs Opera House. “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine.” Matinee and Evening, December 4, no year listed, early 1900s/1910s [?]. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Opera House. “Madam Butterfly.” Mr. Henry W. Savage offers The English Grand Opera Company, Presenting. No date. Early 1900s [?].

Colorado Springs Philharmonic. 2009-10 Season.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Holiday 2010. Shizuo Kuwahara, The Nutcracker, Flash Cadillac, Christmas Symphony, New Year’s Eve, Simply Sinatra.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic. 2010-11 Season.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic. 2011-12 Season. Announcing new music director Josep Caballé-Domenech

Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Fall 2012. The Pines of Rome, The Music of Led Zeppelin, Pictures at an Exhibition, Shostakovich & Schumann, Sleepy Hollow.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic. 2012-13 Season.

Colorado Springs Philharmoinc. 2013-14 Season.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Magazine. Winter/Spring 2007. Vol.4 Number 3.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Magazine. Spring 2009 Vol. 7 Number 1.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Magazine. Spring 2010. Vol. 7 Number 3.

Colorado Springs School. Christmas Program. “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” And “Christmas Carols by the Glee Club”. Thursday, December 15, 1966, 8 p.m. Broadmoor Community Church. Outside of program is made of green construction paper and is cut into the shape of two doors.

Colorado Springs School. Pikes Peak Ballet Theatre of Colorado. An Evening at the Half Note. August 6-7, 2004. Louisa Performing Arts Center.

Colorado Springs School. Thursday Night Recital Series: A Celebration of Brahms. Louisa Performing Arts Center, June 9, 2005. Includes Daryll Stevens, clarinet.

Colorado Springs Summer Carnival. Official Program. July 31- Aug. 1-2-3-4-5, 1911. Contains list of activities each day of Carnival, advertisements and photograph of Wright Bros.’ Aeroplane “Pike” on back cover.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra and Colorado Ballet. Charles Ansbacher, Conductor. Presented by Exchange National Bank. The Nutcracker Ballet. Tuesday Dec 29 and Wednseday Dec 30. Year unknown. Palmer Auditorium. Contains advertisement.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Frederick Boothroyd. Soloist, Grace Powers, Pianist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. February Eighth, 1938. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Virginia Quarles Knowles, Violincellist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. October Twenty-Fifth, 1938. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Robert Gross, Violinist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. December Sixth, 1938. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloists: Cecil Effinger, Oboist, and Florence Wagner, Harpist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. March Twenty-eighth, 1939. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist James Sykes, Pianist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. November First, 1939. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Grace Powers, Pianist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. December Twelfth, 1939. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Robert Gross, Violinist. Fine Arts Center Theatre. February Twentieth, 1940. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Fine Arts Center Theatre. March Twenty-Sixth, 1940. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Solorist John Dudley, Tenor. Accompanist, Verda Lawrie. High School Auditorium. November Third, 1942. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor.Solorist Johana Harris, Pianist. High School Auditorium. December Eighth, 1942. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Joseph Szigeti, Violinist. High School Auditorium. February Ninth, 1943. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist The Belgian Piano-String Quartet. High School Auditorium. April Thirteenth, 1943. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Leonard Warren, Baritone. High School Auditorium. November Ninth, 1943. Tenth Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloists: Robert Gross, Violinist, and Katherine Fletcher Shreves, Violoncellist. High School Auditorium. December Fourteenth, 1943. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Fudolf Serkin, Pianist. High School Auditorium. February Nineteenth, 1944. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Rudolf Firkusny, Pianist. High School Auditorium. November Twenty-Eighth, 1944. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Gregor Piatigorsky, Violoncellist. High School Auditorium. January Thirtieth, 1945. Eleventh Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Helen Traubel, Soprano. High School Auditorium. April Seventeenth, 1945. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Helen Jepson. High School Auditorium. October Eighteenth, 1945. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Erica Morini. High School Auditorium. November Twenty-Seventh, 1945. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Bartlett and Robertson. High School Auditorium. March Seventh, 1946. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Frederick Jagel. High School Auditorium. April Second, 1946. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. High School Auditorium. November Twenty-first, 1946. Thirteenth Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Eugenen List, Pianist. High School Auditorium. February Sixth, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor. Soloist Dorothy Maynor, Soprano. High School Auditorium. March Thirteenth, 1947. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Nathan Milstein, Violinst [sic]. High School Auditorium. Thursday, November 6, 1947. 8:30 P. M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Johana Harris, Pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 4, 1947, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. All-Orchestra Concert. High School Auditorium. Thursday, January 15, 1948, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Dorothy Dow, Dramatic Soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 19, 1948, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Ginette Neveu, Violinist. High School Auditorium. Saturday, November 20, 1948, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Presents the Denver Symphony Orchestra, Saul Caston, Conductor. High School Auditorium. Wednesday, January 12, 1949, 8:30 P. M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloists Whittemore and Lowe, Duo-Pianists. High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 3, 1949, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Frances Yeend, Soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 10, 1949. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Guest Conductor Eleazar De Carvalho. Soloist Joseph Schuster, Cellist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, April 7, 1949, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Kirsten Flagstad, Soprano. High School Auditorium. Friday, November 4, 1949, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Walter Cassel, Baritone. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 8, 1949.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. The Denver Symphony Orchestra. High School Auditorium. Wednesday, January 11, 1950. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist William Kapell, Pianist. High School Audiorium. Thursday, February 16, 1950, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Tossy Spivakovsky, violin. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 16, 1950. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Guest Conductor Eleazar De Carvalho. High School Auditorium. Thursday, April 20, 1950 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Max Lanner, pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, November 2, 1950. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Seventh Season, Second Concert. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 14, 1950. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Guest Conductor, Eleazar de Carvalho. High School Auditorium. Thursday, January 18, 1951. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Denver Symphony Orchestra, Saul Caston, Conductor. High School Auditorium. Wednesday, February 7, 1951. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Blanche Thebom. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 8, 1951. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist John Creighton Murray. High School Auditorium. Thursday, April 19, 1951, 8:30 P.M. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist William Masselos, pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 6, 1951. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Jean Casadesus, pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, November 6, 1952. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Jennie Tourel, soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 4, 1952. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Rudolph Firkusny, Pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 20, 1952. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Frances Bible, Mezzo-Soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 26, 1953. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Arthur Grumiaux, violinist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 29, 1953. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist David Lloyd, tenor. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 26, 1953. 8:30 P.M.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist Nancy Carr, soprano. High School Auditorium. Wednesday, October 21, 1953.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Alec Templeton, Pianist. Thursday, December 3, 1953. Twentieth Season 1933-1953. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist James Pease, bass-baritone. Thursday, February 25, 1954.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Frederick Boothroyd, Conductor and Musical Director. Alfred and Herbert Teltschik, duo-pianists. High School Auditorium. Thursday, April 8, 1954.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. High School Auditorium. Wednesday, October 27, 1954. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist Jean Douttiel, Violin. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 2, 1954. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist Nadine Connor, Soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 3, 1955. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloists Edalyn Burger and Robert Nadeau. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 31, 1955. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. High School Auditorium. Wednesday October 26, 1955. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist Fred Hoeppner, Violoncello. High School Auditorium. Thursday, December 1, 1955. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. High School Auditorium. Thursday, January 26, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist John Browning, Pianist. High School Auditorium. Thursday, March 1, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist Nan Merriman, Mezzo-Soprano. High School Auditorium. Thursday May 3, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor and Musical Director. Thursday, October 18, 1956. Twenty-third Season, First Concert. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Soloist Rev. a. Balfour Patterson, Bass-Baritone. High School Auditorium. Thursday, November 29, 1956. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor and Musical Director. Soloist William Masselos, Pianist. Thursday, January 24, 1957. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor and Musical Director. High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 28, 1957. Salute to the Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. 25th Season 1957-1958 Program. Henry Margolinski, Pianist. December 5, 1957. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. 25th Season Program. Gregory Bemko, Cellist. February 20, 1958. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Gabriel Banat, Violinist. March 27, 1958. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Miss Sabina Skalar, Violinist. May 1, 1958. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Julian Olevsky, Violinist. January 22, 1959. 26th Season 1958-1959. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra, Sponsored by. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Souvenir Program of the Pikes Peak Panorama. Penrose Stadium July 4th, 1959. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Shmuel Ashkenasi, Violinist. March 11, 1965. 34th Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor Presents Van Cliburn, Pianist. October 14, 1965. 35th Season. Program contains advertisements and information about the show.

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Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Walter Eisenberg, Conductor. Program for 1966-1967 Season. Including soloists: Eileen Farrell, Soprano from Metropolitan Opera October 8, 1966, Roman Totenberg, Violinist November 19, 1966, Leslie Parnas, Cellist Novemeber 19, 1966, and Abbey Simon, Pianist January 28, 1967. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Harold Farberman, Conductor and Musical Director. 1967-1968 Season. Including soloists: Corinne Curry, Mezzo-Soprano January 25, 1968, Vladimar Golschmann, Conductor Denver Symphony Orchestra, October 19, 1967, and Itzhak Perlman, Violinist, February 15, 1968. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Harold Farberman, Conductor. Program for October 3, 1968. 1968-1969 Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Harold Farberman, Conductor. Program for January 16, 1969. Guest artist, Malcom Frager, Pianist. 1968-1969 Season. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 41st Season 1971-1972. Verdi Requiem. March 16, 1972. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. David Bar-Illan, Pianist. January 25 and 26, 1973. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 44th Season 1974-1975. William Masselos, Pianist. November 21, and 22, 1974. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director, Presents. The Denver Symphony Orchestra, Brian Priestman, Music Director and Conductor. January 30 and 31, 1975. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1975-1976 Season Program. The Pablo Casals Trio. October 2, 3, and 5, 1975. Corinne Curry, Mezzo-Soprano. November 20, 21, and 23, 1975. And James Buswell, Violinist. February 19, 20, and 22, 1976. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1976-1977 Season Program. Ronald Ondrejka, Conductor and Paul Schenly, Pianist. October 7, 8, and 10, 1976. Harold Farberman, Conductor, Claudia Cummings, Soprano, and Lawrence Cooper, Baritone. November 11, 12, and 14, 1976. John Covelli, Conductor and Pianist. April 14, 15, and 17, 1977. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1977-1978 Season Program. October 6, 7, and 9, 1977. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. Fiftieth Season 1978-1979 Program. Sue Langlas Mohnsen, Pianist. September 21, 22, and 24, 1978. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. September 27, 28 and 30, 1979. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. October 18, 19, and 21, 1979. Francisco Aybar, Pianist. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. November 15 and 16, 1979. Eugene Fodor, Violinist. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. January 17, 18, and 20, 1980. Markowski & Cedrone, Pianists. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. February 14, 15 and 17, 1980. Janina Fialkowska, Pianist. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. February 25 and 26, 1980. Gaetano Delogu, Conductor. Jesse Ceci, Violinist. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. March 13 and 14, 1980. Yo Yo Ma, Cellist. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1979-1980 Season. March 27, 28, and 30, 1980. The Romeros, Guitarists. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1980-1981 Season. September 25, 26, & 28, 1980. Cho Liang Lin, Violinist. October 16, 17, and 19, 1980. Sponsored by Colorado Springs Symphony Council. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1980-1981 Season. November 13, 14 & 16. Juliana Markova, Pianist. January 15, 16, and 18, 1981. Gary Karr, Bassist. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1980-1981 Season. Colorado Springs Chorale. Ramon Kireilis, Clarinetist. Contains advertisements.

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Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1981-1982 Season. The Denver Symphony Orchestra, Gaetano Delogu, Conductor, and Richard Stoltzman, Clarinetist. Friday, October 2, 1981. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1981-1982 Season. October 22, 23 & 25. Hermann Baumann, French Horn. November 19, 20, & 22. Paul Tobias, Cellist. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1981-1982 Season. January 14, 15 & 17. Lydia Artymiw, Pianist. February 4, 5 & 7. Robert Ruiz, Guest Conductor. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1981-1982 Season. February 18, 19 & 21, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Violinist. March 25, 26 & 28, Arnold Volketatis, Bass-Bariton. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1981-1982 Season. April 22, 23 & 25, Paul Schenly, Pianist. May 7, Denver Symphony Orchestra. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1982-1983 Season. October 21, 22 & 24, 1982, Gregory Allen, Pianist. Carol Wincenc, Flutist. November 11, 12, and 14, 1982. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1982-1983 Season. January 7, 1983, Denver Symphony Orchestra. January 13, 14 & 16, 1983, Mary Lee Farris, Mezzo Soprano. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1982-1983 Season. March 10, 11 & 13, 1983, Eugene Fodor, Violinist. March 24, 25 & 27, 1983, Malcolm Frager, Pianist. Contains advertisements. Two different cover designs.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1982-1983 Season. Leonard Rose, Cellist. April 14, 15, and 17, 1983. And The Denver Symphony Orchestra, Gaetano Delogu, Conductor, and Shlomo Mintz, Violinist. Friday, May 6, 1983. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1983-1984 Season. Garrick Ohlsson, Pianist. September 29, 30, October 1, 2, 1983. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1983-1984 Season. Heinz Holliger, Oboist. March 1, 2, 3, and 4, 1984. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1983-1984 Season. Mark Peskanov, Violinist. April 12, 13, 14, 15, 1984. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Music Director. 1984-85 Pre season Brochure. Also“Stroke of Genius Series” Rostoprovich and Itzhak Perlman.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1984-1985 Season. “Paris” and “Leningrad” All Orchestral Concert. October 11, 12, 13, 14, 1984. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1984-1985 Season. Lynn Harrell, Cello and Charles Wuorinen, Guest Conductor. November 15, 16, 17, 18, 1984. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor and Musical Director. 1984-1985 Season. The Utah Symphony Orchestra, Joseph Silverstein, Music Director and Charles Ketcham, Associate Conductor. April 29 & 30, 1985. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Tracy Felix Artspace invites you to an exhibition of New Works by John Lawson to benefit the Colorado Springs Symphony. Friday, October 18, 1985, 5 to 8 p.m.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1986-1987 Pre-Season Brochure.

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Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1986-1987 Season. Harvey Phillips, Tuba. October 9, 10, 11, 12, 1986. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1986-1987 Season. All Orchestra Concert. March 19, 20, 21, 22, 1987.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1986-1987 Season. Lorin Hollander, Piano. April 9, 10, 11, 12, 1987. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1978-1988 Season. Steven Michael Rosen, Guest Conductor. January 15, 16, 17, 1988. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1988-1989 Season. Misha Dichter, Piano and Harold Farberman, Conductor. October 21, 22, 23, 1988. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. 1988-1989 Season. Mark Kaplan, Violin and Robert Henderson, Guest Conductor. February 24, 25, 26, 1989. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. 1989-1990 Classic Concert Season. Christopher Wilkins, Conductor. Robert McDuffie, Violin. Mendelssohn, Felix. Dvorak, Antonin. Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich. January 19, 20, 21, 1990. Contains advertisements and show information.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Wilkins, Music Director and Conductor. 1993-1994 Season Program. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Wilkins, Music Director and Conductor. 1994-1995 Season Program. September- October 1994. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Wilkins, Music Director and Conductor.1994-1995 Season Program. January-March 1995. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Wilkins, Music Director and Conductor. 1995-1996 Season Program. September-October, 1995. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Christopher Wilkins, Music Director and Conductor. 1995-1996 Season. March-May 1996 Program. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. Yaacov Bergman, Music Director. Autumn 1998: September-October. Contains advertisements.

Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra. 1999-2000 season autumn magazine.

Colorado Teachers’ Association. Official Program. December, 22, 23, 24, 1902. Includes program of events and list of members.

Colorado Teachers’ Association. Official Program. December 26, 27, 28, 1906. Thirty- second annual session. Includes program of events, list of members, hotel rates, and transportation.

Colorado Springs Theater. 2005-2006. Advertisements for Theaterworks, Manitou Art Theater, The Rep at the Fine Arts Center, Pike Peak Center, PPCC Masquers’ Theatre Troup, and Star Bar Player. Pamphlet brought to you by Theare Consortium, a program of the Pikes Peak Council, and the Gay and Lesbian Fund.

Colorado Springs Towne Hall. Greate Concerte! Of Men and Women. Evening of the 30th Day of March, 1882.

Community Orchestra of Colorado Springs. Presented by Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra Association, The Colorado College, and El Paso School District No. 11. First Concert of 1979-1980 Season. Wasson High School Auditorium. November 11, 1979, 3:00 P.M.

Community Players. “Children of the Moon”. Little Theatre, City Auditorium. Monday and Tuesday, July 26-27, 1926. Includes advertisements. 2 copies.

Community Players. “Kempy” by J.C. Nugent and Elliott Nugent. Program includes Cast, staff, Director’s letter and manager’s letter. No Date. (2)

Community Players. “The Bad Man”. Little Theatre, City Auditorium. Monday and Tuesday, August 9-10, No Year Listed. Includes advertisements.

Community Players. Mrs. Temple’s Telegram. Oct 20 to Nov 4. No year.

Community Players. Community Theatre. “7 Keys to Baldpate” Advertisement. July 17th to 22nd. No Year.

Community Theatre. “Seven Keys to Baldpate.” Program. Contains advertisements. No Date. 3 copies.

Congregational Conference of Colorado, Colorado College, Colorado Springs. June 20-22, 1924.

Corpus Christi Church, Colorado Springs. Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the dedication. October 1992.

Country Dinner Playhouse. “Once More, With Feeling” staring Bob Brooks and Willi Burke. Produced by Bill McHale. Directed by Ed DeLatte. August 13-September 22, 1974.

Country Dinner Playhouse. “Finishing Touches”. Staring Anne Russell. Directed by Ken Ostermann. Produced by Bill McHale. January 7- February 16, 1975.

Country Dinner Playhouse. “Love Changes Everything” An Evening of Song, Dance and Joy. Monday, September 29, 2008 7:00 PM. First United Methodist Church Sanctuary.

Country Dinner Playhouse. “Send Me No Flowers”. Staring Jeff Davis, Patti Heider, and Frank Loverde. Directed by Ken Ostermann. Produced by Bill McHale. April 1- May 4, 1975.

Country Dinner Playhouse. “Paint Your Wagon”. Staring Harlan Knudson, Heidy Picus, and Choury De Velle. Produced and Directed by Bill McHale. November 11-January 25, 1981.

Crazy For You. Pine Creek High School, Colorado Springs. Performing Arts Department.

Craftwood Inn Colorado Cuisine. Manitou Springs, Colorado. Pamphlet.

Cripple Creek, Colorado. Miles-High Club Program. Featuring the Second Annual Donkey Derby. Sept 3-5, 1932. Contains advertisements.

Daughters of the American Revolution, Zebulon Pike and Kinnikinnik Chapters present Betty’s Ancestors. All Souls Unitarian Church. February 22, 1921.

Denver Auditorium. “Paderewski.” Management Arthur M. Oberfelder and Robert Slack. Thursday April 16, early 1930s. Gift of James Ciletti.

Denver Coliseum. World and European Ice Hockey Championships. March 8-18, 1962. Schedule, Rosters, List of Council members and Medical staff with photos.

Denver College of Music. A Cappella Choir. John C. Wilcox, conductor. L.R. Elser, Assistant Conductor. Perkins Hall, Colorado Springs. Wednesday Evening, April 29, 1931. (3)

Denver Municipal Band Concert Program. Acacia Park. Monday, August 17, 1931. Gift of James Ciletti.

Department of English & Fine Arts. USAFA Department of English and Fine Arts. English and Humanities End of Year Banquet. May 5, 2007.

Deru, Edouard. Recital. No date

Dietrich, Edwin A. Eleventh Annual Violin Recital, given by the pupils of. Perkins Hall. Thursday, April 24th, 1913, eight o’clock. Includes program of songs and list of pupils.

Do You Go? The Rep 2006-2007. SaGaJi Theatre. Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO.

Doubt, a parable. By John Patrick Shanley, winner 2005 Pulitzer Prize. Presented by Theatrewprls Professional Theatre for the Pikes Peak Region. At the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater. November 1-18, 2007.

Drama Club (Colorado Springs). “Lady Windermere’s Fan”. Directed by Milton S. Rose and Mary L. Strachan. Little Theatre, City Auditorium, Colorado Springs. February 2 and 3, 1933. Contains advertisements

Drama League of Colorado Springs. Membership Card. Mr. M.D. Ormes. 1915. Small Card.

Dramam League (Colorado Springs). Membership fee notice. With envelope. Dec 2, 1915.

Drama Leage [sic] (Colorado Springs). Shakespeare Tercentenary Celebration 1616-1916. Autograph annotation. 4 copies (3 autographed).

Drama League, under the Auspices of (with Art Society and Musical Club of Colorado Springs). “A Pageant of the Nativity”. Christmas 1916. Program includes Song lyrics sung at Concert. 2 copies.

Drama League presents the Art Academ Players. “Oil”. “Helena’s Husband”. November 22-24, 1920. 2 copies.

Drama League (Colorado Springs). “The Torch Bearers”. Directed by E.B. Sargent. Burns Theatre. Wednesday, February 13th, 1924. Contains advertisements.

Drama League of Colorado Springs. Call for members to vote on entrance fee due to royalty regulations. September 1, 1925.

Drama League (Colorado Springs). “The Private Secretary”. Directed by E. Benson Sargent. Little Theatre, City Auditorium, Colorado Springs. April 22, 23, 24, 1926. Contains advertisements. 2 copies.

Drama League presents the At Academy Players. Suppressed Desires, director Gordon Hamilton. Trifles, director Mrs. Roger H. Motten. No Date.

Drama League of Colorado Springs. Letter noting “A meeting to organize Drama Study Circles” and showings of “On Trial” and “It Pays to Advertise”. No Date.

Drama League (Colorado Springs). “The Valiant” and “Poor Old Jim”. Initial Performance. Directed by E. Benson Sargent. Community Theatre. July 6th, 7th, and 8th, No Year Listed. 3 copies.

Drama League, Junior Branch (Colorado Springs). “Santa Clause, the Grafter”. Directed by Miss Anna Briggs. Acacia Ball Room, December 22, and 23, Four P.M.

Durango Hub of the Southwest. The Spanish Trails Fiesta. Rodeo. August 9 and 10, 1941. Contains caricature map of Great San Juan Basin.

Edwards, Mrs. George. In Recital. Presented by Mrs. John Speed Tucker. Assisted by Eula Whitmore Mathews, Organist and Frank H. Gilles, Violinist. Auditorium First Presbyterian Church. June 7th, 1927, Eight-Fifteen o’clock. Concert Program.

El Paso County, Colorado. Dedication of the Zebulon M. Pike Statue. July 14, 2006.

EL Paso County Fair and Rodeo. Souvenir Program. July 24-28, 1985.

El Paso County School. Annual Music Festival: Festival of Nations. Municipal Auditorium, Colorado Springs. April 27, 1928.

Enman, Miss Albaretta present a recital. May 21, no year.

Euterpean Society program. No date.

Exercises Commemorating the Settlement of El Paso County and the celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Founding of the Colorado Springs. Coliseum Hall. August 3, 1896.

Faust, Mrs. Maude Sanders presents student recitals for the following dates: May 6, 1919; Charles Bybee. May 25, 1925; Charles Bybee. August 26, 1929; January 23, 1931; May 18, 1931; January 23, no year; February 21, no year; Miss Frances Tucker. April 9, no year; Miss Catherine Gabel. April 24, no year; April 25, no year; May 4 and May 11, no year; May 6 and May 13, no year; May 13 and May 20, no year; May 14, no year; May 18 and May 24, no year (2 copies); May 20, no year; December 12, no year.

Federations of Women’s Clubs, Given by. Hours with the Poets, Longfellow. No Date. Contains advertisements.

Federations of Women’s Clubs, Given by. Hours with the Poets, Tennyson. No Date. Contains advertisements.

Federations of Women’s Clubs. Hours with the Poets, Keats and Shelley. No Date. Contains advertisements.

Federations of Women’s Clubs (Colorado). Fine Arts Festival. Cheyenne Mountain School, Colorado Springs. May First, 1934.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. University of Colorado presents the Plaers in “Hay Fever”. E.J. West, Director. University Tehatre and Fine Arts Center. Jan 30-31 and Feb 6-7, 1941.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 1982 Children’s Fesitval of Performing Arts.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 1776. May 13-June 5, 2011.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. A Christmas Carol. December 5-21, 2008.

Fine Arts Center, A Christmas Survival Guide. Nov 27-Dec 23, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “Assassins”. Sept 29-Oct 23 2011. Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “An Ideal Husband” by Oscar Wilde. Oct 8-24, 2010

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Beauty and the Beast. May 9-June 1, 2008.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Broadway Bound. October 9-25, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “Buckwheat Zydeco with The Dirty Dozen Brass Band” July 14, 2022. Monument Valley park

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Crazy For You: The New Gershwin Musical . May 7-30.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Expect the Unexpected: Space, 21st Century Installation Art. February 2008.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Fuddy Meers. March 21- April 6, 2008.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Full Monty. January 23- February 15, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Heart and Music. To Benefit: The Pikes Peak Region Peace Officers’ Memorial Susan G. Komen for the Cure. August 31, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “In the Next Room or the vibrator play.” February 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Nov 26-Dec. 19, 2010

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Lend Me A Tenor. March 20- April 5, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “Life in a Marital Institution” performed by James Braly. Feb 25-26

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Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Music Man. May 8-31, 2009. Thurs. 7:30 Fri./Sat. 8:00 Sun 2:00

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck. March/April 2012

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Old Maid and the Thief and Amahl and the Night Visitors. April 23-25, 1953.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Opening Celebration and Birthday Party. April 20, 2011. Featuring The History of Commerce, SaGaJi Theatre Presentation.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Producers. Jan 28-Feb 20, 2011.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Rediscover the Lost Treasures and Recent Acquisitions of the FAC Collection.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “Resilience” gallery show around the theme of resilience. March 16.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Spring Theatre Tour. Springtime. May 21-27, 2009.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Steven Ehrhardt, guitarist. A benefit performance January 19

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. January 22-February 14, 2010

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 2011-2012 Theatre Season 75.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 2011-2012 Theatre Season.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 2011-2012 Theatre Season. Program. Assassins. A Year With Frog and Toad. In the Next Room. Of Mice and Men. Hairspray. 2 copies.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. “A Year with Frog and Toad” Dec 1-23 2011.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Hairspray. May 10- June 3 [2012].

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Twenty-Fifth Theatre Season. 2012-2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. 2012-2013 Theatre Subscription form.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Gypsy. Sept 27-Oct 21, 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Gypsy. Program. Sept 27 – Oct 21, 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Indy Give! Masquerade Ball & Wine Tasting. November 1, 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. A Christmas Story. Nov 29- Dec 23, 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. A Christmas Story. Program. Nov 29- Dec 23, 2012.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Prelude to a Kiss. Jan 31- Feb 17, 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Other Desert Cities. March 14- 31, 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Other Desert Cities. Program. March 14- 31, 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Drowsy Chaperone. May 9 – June 2, 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. Program. 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Noises Off. Program. Sept 26 – Oct 20, 2013.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. The Wizard of Oz. Dec 5 – 29, 2013. Cast Biographies. Contains advertisements.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Fall Brochure. Undated.

Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. Brochure. Undated.

First Christian Church, Colorado Springs. Bulletin for December 6, 1925.

First Christian Church, Colorado Springs. Dedication services. December 29, 1935-January 3, 1936.

First Church of the United Brethren in Christ. Colorado Springs. Dedication Program. November 25, 1917. (3 copies)

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday church bulletins for the following dates: November 18, 1906; March 20, 1910; July 14, 1912; December 21 1913; April 24, 1921; December 9, 1923

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. 75th Anniversary services. October 23-30, 1949.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. The Young Woman’s Auxiliary. 1917-1918. The meetings will be at 3:30 o’clock and the time will be devoted to sewing for charitable purposes and to brief studies of Mexico.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Exercises in commemoration of the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the beginning of the Pastorate of Rev. James Barlett Gregg, D. D. May 5 and 6, 1907.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. The Founding of the Christian Church Bible Class. 1904-1905.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. An Institute of Religious Education. May 8 and 9, 1911.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. The Place of Christ in History: informal lectures. No date.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Women’s Bible Class. October, 1912-April, 1913.

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Women’s Bible Class. October, 1913–April, 1914. (2 copies).

First Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Women’s Union Program. 1919.

First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Your Friend. January 21-27, 1900.

First May Festival of Colorado Springs. Washburn Field. A Colorado Springs schools program. May 20, 1921. (2 copies)

First Methodist Church, Colorado Springs. Colorado Conference of the Methodist Church, Bishop Wilbur E. Hammaker, presiding. July 11-15, 1947.

First Methodist Church, Colorado Springs. Christmas program. December 1939.

First Methodist Church, Colorado Sprigns. Christmas program. December 1941.

First Methodist Church, Colorado Springs. Opening services in the new sanctuary. January 8-11, 1956. (2 copies)

First Methodist Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday church bulletin for the following dates: December 31, 1944; February 16, 1947

First Methodist Episcopal Church, Colorado Springs. Home coming night, no date.

First Methodist Episcopal Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday church bulletins for the following dates: October 24, 1915; September 26, 1926 (3 copies); October 17, 1926; February 20, 1927; March 6, 1927; March 13, 1927; March 20, 1927; March 27, 1927; July 24, 1927 (2 copies); September 18, 1927; Christmas, December 25, 1927; February 12, 1928; February 19, 1928; February 26, 1928; March 4, 1928; March 11, 1928; March 18, 1928; March 25, 1928; April 1, 1928; April 22, 1928; June 17, 1928; June 24, 1928; July 1, 1928; July 22, 1928; July 29, 1928; August 5, 1928; August 12, 1928; August 19, 1928; August 26, 1928; September 2, 1928; September 9, 1928; September 16, 1928; September 23, 1928; September 30, 1928; October 7, 1928; October 14, 1928; November 9, 1930; January 4, 1931; May 10, 1931; July 12, 1931; July 19, 1931; Christmas, December 25, 1932; January 1, 1933; December 30, 1934; July 11, 1937; August 15, 1937; March 30, 1947; June 10, (1928?); July 15, no year

First Methodist Episcopal Church. Union Thanksgiving Service. November 24, 1921.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Fiftieth Anniversary. September 22-25, 1922. (3 copies)

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Fifty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Synod of Colorado. September 26-29, 1922.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Fourteenth annual celebration of the Passion Hours. Easter 1927.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Organ Recital. Bertram T. Wheatley. October 20, 1925.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Public concert September 25, no year.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Repeated (Music Week). May 4, 1924. (2 copies)

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday School Orchestra benefit concert. May 26, 1921.

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday church bulletins for the following dates: October 24, 1909; July 16, 1911; December 21, 1919; April 25, 1923 (3 copies); May 4, 1924; May 11, 1924; October 11, 1925; October 25, 1925 (3 copies)

First Presbyterian Church, Colorado Springs. Twenty-third Annual Celebration of the Passion Hours. Good Friday 1936.

First United Methodist Church, Colorado Springs. The Third Annual Festival of Religious Fine Arts proudly presents: Moses! Moses! No date.

First United Methodist Theatre. The Bridge Players present “Man of LaMancha.” Directed by Father Thomas J. Woerth. July 29, 30, 31 and August 3, 4, 6, 7. No year. Gift of James Ciletti.

Five Women Wearing The Same Dress, By Alan Ball. Directed by: Sandra Womochil Bray. March 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18. Lon Chaney Theatre in the Historic City Auditorium 221 W Kiowa.

Fortnightly Study Club. Colorado Springs. List of topics, locations and dates for the following seasons: 1929-1930; 1938-1939 (2 copies); 1950-1951

Fountain Valley School. “The Merchant of Venice” program. May 12, 1934

Fountain Valley School, assisted by San Luis School. “Love’s Labour’s Lost” program. May 4, 1935

Four O’clock Progress Club. Colorado Springs. Program of topics for the following seasons: 1903-1904; 1904-1905; 1907-1908

Fulton Theatre. “The Seven Year Itch”. Staring Elliott Nugent. Presented by Courtney Burr and Elliott Nugent. Week Beginning Monday, September 20, 1954. Contains advertisements.

Garden of the Gods. “The Arrow Maker”. Given by the Alumni of Colorado College. June the 13th, 1916, ten o’clock. Directed by Mrs. Manly D. Ormes.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs. Easter Sunrise Services. 1926, 1930, 1931. Gift of James Ciletti.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs. Easter Sunrise Services. 1935, 1957.

Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs. Easter Sunrise Services. Postcards. 1927, 1945, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1957, 1958. Gift of Rosemae Cambell.

Girl Scout Council, Sponsored by. “The Dream of a Clown”. City Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 22-23, No Year Listed. 2 copies.

Girl Scout Pageant. “The Story of Colorado’s Growth As Done in Pageant”. October 9, 1928. Synopsis of the 5 episodes.

Girls Scouts of Colorado Springs, Present. “Converting Mrs. Noshuns”. Production Staged by William B. Rogers. Directed by Mrs.Arthur F. Brown, and Scout Executive Mattie Carrick. Burns Theatre. Monday Night, May 27, 1918.

Girls’ Musical Club. Musical Program. Acacia Hotel. Wednesday, May 10, 1916, 8:15 o’clock. Program includes songs: “A Bowl of Roses”, “Twilight”, “Dove Sono” and “Etude F Sharp”.

Girls’ Service Council Instillation of Officers. May 12, 1927. Gift of James Ciletti.

Glen Eyrie. September 17, 1989. Program. Louisa Creed, Flute. Tom O’Boyle, Piano.

Gluck, Margel and Elizabeth Brooks. Joint Recital Program. Perkins Hall. Thursday Evening, July 28, 1921 at eight-fifteen o’clock.

Golden Harvest Jubilee. Commemorating the Semi-Centennial Anniversary of Colorado’s Statehood. Under Auspices representing The Clearing House Association, The El Paso Pioneers Association, The Chamber of Commerce, The Park Commission. Monday and Tuesday September 27 & 28, 1926. Gift of James Ciletti.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Service for the Unveiling and Dedication of the Window Given in Memory of A. Rachel Skelton by her Husband, Leslie Skelton. Contains picture of stained glass window. Not dated. (2 copies)

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Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Elizabeth the Queen, a play. No date.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Quiet Day for Women: Womanly Ideals. January 30, 1913.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. The Order of Service at the Consecration of the Fifth Bishop of Western Colorado. The Rev. Frank Hale Touret. February 2, 1917. (2 copies)

Grace Church and Saint Stephen’s, Colorado Springs. The order of service for the laying of the cornerstone of Grace Church for the parish of Grace Church and Saint Stephen’s. May 24, 1925. Engraving of north west tower. Includes sermon “History repeats itself”.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Recital by the Verbrugghen String Quartet. October 8, 1928.

Grace Church and Saint Stephens, Colorado Springs. A Recital in Dedication of the Memorial Organ. March 2, 1928. (2 copies)

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. The Order for the Consecration. November 17, 1929. With invitation.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Memorial Organ Recitals: Organist Frederick Boothroyd and Vocalist Karl Jorn. September 28th, 1933, at 8:15 P.M.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. A German Requiem by Johannes Brahms. March 8, 1936.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Order of Service for the Consecration of the Reverend Harry Sherbourne Kennedy, D.D. Bishop-Elect of the Missionary District of Honolulu. January 11, 1944.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Ordination to the Sacred Priesthood of the Reverend Arthur William Pierpoint, July 25, 1950.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Ordination to the Sacred Priesthood of the Reverend Robert MacDavid Fields, June 29, 1971.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Centennial Festival Service, Choral Evensong, August 20, 1972.

Grace Church – St. Chad’s, Colorado Springs. A Celebration of the Anglican Tradition of Music. February 28, 1988.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. Easter 1988.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. Bach to B-A-C-H. The Taylor Memorial Concert series. March 21, 1993. Advertisement for Future Taylor Concerts includes Colorado College Conservatory, July 4, 1993.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. The Practice of Anglicanism. October 20, 1993.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. G.F. Handerl The Messiah Parts I and II. Taylor Memorial Choir and Orchestra. Frank Shelton, Conductor. Taylor Memorial Concert series. May 2, 1993. Next Taylor Concert Colorad College Conservatory, July 4.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. The Order for the Burial of the Dead and the Holy Eucharist. Harry W. McWilliams, May 2, 1920-February 21, 1994.

Grace Church and St Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. Easter 1996.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. Panache. The Taylor Memorial Concert series. February 2, 1997. Patti Grandel, Flute. Daryll Stevens, flute/clarinet. Nancy Snustad, cello. Advertisement for Future Taylor Concerts includes Colorado College Summer Conservatory, June 29, 1997.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Christmas Eve 1997.

Grace Church and St. Stephen’s Parish, Colorado Springs. Taylor Memorial Concerts 1997-1998 Free Concert Series.Colorado College Summer Conservatory, July 5, 1998.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. A Recital in Celebration of the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Memorial Organ. Frank Shelton, Organist. September 15, 2002. List of concerts for the year.

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Memorial Organ Recitals. Programs for the following dates: June 19, 1928; September 4, 1928 (3 copies); October 4, 1928; November 23, 1928 (2 copies); September 8, 1931; September 20, 1932; January 26, 1933; March 19, 1947; June 17, 1954; December 9, no year

Grace Church, Colorado Springs. Sunday church bulletin for the following dates: Whitsunday, 1927; June 24, 1928 (2 copies); Easter, April 16, 1933; Easter, April 17, 1938; February 21, 1943; May 21, 1995; September 24, 1995; July 20, 1997; February 22, 1998; March 22, 1998

Green Mountain Falls, Colorado. Big Negro Minstrel. Public Improvement Benefit. August 26 and 29 [1916]. One copy corrected to August 26 and 28. 2 copies.

Greet, Ben and the Ben Greet Players. “Julius Caesar”, “Macbeth”, “Hamlet”, “As You Like It”, “The Comedy of Errors”, and Twelfth Night”. No Date.

Hamilton, Mrs. H.A. Two Recitals at the Broadmoor Art Academy. Saturday, May twenty-first and Wednesday, May twenty-fifth, Three-thirty o’clock, 1921. Concert Program contains programs for both nights.

Hamlin-Lawrie Music Studio. Recital. Tuesday Evening, November 29, 1932. Tuesday Evening, November 29, 1932. 8:15 o’clock. 1126 North Tejon Street. Autograph annotations on back side of program.

Hay Fever, by Noel Coward. Presented by Star Bar Players. At the Lon Chaney Theatre, 221 W. Kiowa. May 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, June 1, 2, 3, 2007.

Heink, Schumann. Program (Book of Words). Assisted by George Morgan, Baritone. Katharine Hoffmann at the piano. No title or date. First [act?] titled Aria (Rinaldo) Lascia Ch’io Pianga.

Henry Miller’s Theatre. “Oh, Men! Oh, Women!” staring Lloyd Bridges. Presented by Cheryl Crawford in association with Anderson Lawler. Week Beginning Monday, September 20, 1954. Contains advertisements.

High School Auditorium. Marian Anderson. Febrauary 9, 1956

High School Auditorium. The Hands of Heifetz. Gretchen Hampton Celebrated Attractions Presents Heifetz. Contains advertisements, including the price of a TV. March 22, 1956.

Holiday Musical Celebration, A. Mark Twain Elementary. 4th Grade. December 13, 2006.

Ingraham, Michael. Memorial Program. Includes Timeline of her life. 2013.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Flying Scud” or “A Four Legged Fortune”. Under the Direction of Orvis Groud. The Imperial Players. The Gold Bar Room. Opening June 18, No Year Listed.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “My Partner” or “A Rose With a Broken Stem” and the Olio. Under the direction of Orivs Groud. The Imperial Players. The Gold Bar Room. June 20 thru September 7, 1953. Gift of James Ciletti.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. Bartley Campbell’s famous “my partner” and the Olio. Orivis Grout, Director. Imperial Players. June 30 thru September 7, 1953. 3 copies.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Hazel Kirke” or “Adrift from Her Father’s Love”. June 19th thru September 6th, 1954.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “The Two Orphans” or “In the Hands of Heaven” and The Olio. Imperial Players. Orvis Grout, Director. June 15th thru September 7th, 1957.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Ragpicker of Paris”. Imperial Players. June 16 through Sept 8, 1962.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Hazel Kirke” or “Adrift from Her Father’s Love”. Imperial Players. 1967.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “The Star Crossing” and the olio. Imperial Players. Imperial Players. 1973.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Flying Scud” or “A Four-Legged Fortune” and the olio. Imperial Players. 1978.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “The Spoilers” or “There’s Never a Law of God nor Man Runs North of 53” and the Olio. Imperial Players. 1982.

Imperial Hotel, Cripple Creek, Colorado. “Hazel Kirke” or “Adrift From Her Father’s Love” and the Olio. Imperial Players. 1983.

The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde’s delightful comedy. Professional Theatre for the Pikes Peak Region. At the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater.

Intercultural Festival. Colorado Springs Military and Civilian Communities. 2nd Annual. Colorado Springs Civic Center Auditorium November 29 & 30, 1977. Gift of James Ciletti.

Into the Woods. Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. May 11- June 3, 2007. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company.

J.H. Wallick Company. The Cattle King. Tickets on sale at Midland Ticket Office. August 31. No Year.

Johnson, Benjamin, pianist. In Recital. Presented by Mrs. Maude Sanders Faust. Assisted by Edgar Laughlin, Baritone. At the Little Theatre. Tuesday Evening, January 26, 1926, at Eight-Fifteen o’clock.

Junior Players Club. Registration announcement. No Date.

Kathleen O’Neil Marriage Park. Park dedication. Kathleen Marriage Family. June 17, 1999.

Kit Carson Park, Trinidad, Colorado. Unveiling Ceremonies for Santa Fe Marker. Undated.

Kit Carson Riding Club, Inc. “Snubbin’ Post” newsletter. January, 1951. Contains advertisements.

Lemon, Martha Ann, Soprano. In Recital. Presented by Mrs. H.A. Hamilton. Assisted by Franklin Clinebell, Tenor. Accompanist, Frances Pond. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Friday Evening, March Fifteenth, Nineteen Hundred and Forty At Eight-thirty o’clock. Program contains song lyrics.

Literature Study Club. Colorado Springs. List of topics, locations and dates for the following seasons: 1936-1937; 1947-1948

Little Shop of Horrors. Presented by the Fine Arts Center. February 16 through March 11, 2007.

Lovejoy, Helen. In Recital. Presented by Mrs. Maude Sanders Faust. Assisted by Gale Evans, Pupil of Mrs. Marie Briscoe. Saturday afternoon, November 4th, 1922 at 4 o’clock. 819 North Nevada Avenue.

Lyceum, Colorado Springs. Annual Concert Tour. First Regiment Band and Orchestra, N.G.C. Mrs. Frederic C. Smutzer, Soprano. Miss Minnie Schiermeyer, pianist. Febrauary 8. No Year.

Lyceum, Colorado Springs. Souvenir Programme. John M. Dickey, Director. Hon. Geo. R. Wendling. Closing statement of 1895-96 season. April 1896. Contains advertisements.

Lyceum, Colorado Springs. Fourth Annual Announcement. Season program. Includes Mrs. A. Sophia Markee, Abram J. Palmer, James Whitcomb Riley, and The Grecian Art Tableaux Company of Boston. 1896-97.

Lyceum Theatre. “King of Hearts” staring Donald Cook and Jackie Cooper. Presented by Elaine Perry. Week Beginning Monday, September 20, 1954. Contains advertisements, especially for women’s products.

Madrigal Club. Fourth Annual Concert. R. Gratz Cox, Conductor. Miss Verda McCleary, Pianist. Soloists: Mrs. Merle Anderson, Soprano, Mrs. Elwyn Davis, Contralto, Mr. Clifford Brown, Tenor, and Mr. Chas. Chaw, Baritone. Tuesday Evening, March 4th, 1930. Perkins Hall. (7)

Maestro. Boettcher Concert Hall. Colorado Symphony Orchestra. 2005-2006 Season.

Majestic Hall. Street Railway Men’s Benefit Ball. Dance Card. January 1st, 1915.

Majestic Theatre, Colorado Springs. Program, Week of Oct. 21, ?. 1. Overture, 2. Picture Comedy, 3. Joe Cook, 4. Kaufman & Sawtelle, 5. Hoyt, Lessic & Co., 6. The Majestiscope, 7. Maximo.

MAT: Manitou Art Theatre now known as the Millibo Art Center

Manitou Art Theatre. 17 Border Crossings, Museum of Dreams, and Fifth Annual Women Play Writing Festival.

Manitou Art Theatre. Art Dog. Nov 11-28, 2010. Written by Jim Jackson

Manitou Art Theatre. art MATters.

Manitou Art Theatre. Barry Smith: Every Job I Ever Had, Bill Bowers: Under a Montana Moon, Paul Mesner Puppets: Rapunzel January.

Manitou Art Theatre. “Big Little Mermaid” April 3-4 and the Six Women Play Writing Festival April 8-11 and 15-18

Manitou Art Theatre. “Bubble” with Jim Jackson June 30-July 31st. with “Banana Peel Sundae

Manitou Art Theatre. December Events. The Christmas Mouse, How the RiP Saved Christmas, New Year’s Eve Weekend with Mr. Guffaw.

Manitou Art Theatre. “Cirkoo on Tour.” Annual clown extravaganza, featuring magic, juggling, unicycles, stilt dancing and giant soap bubbles. December 29-31, January 1 and 7. [2005].

Manitou Art Theatre. Four Wishes, Jan. 3-4; Shadows in Bloom, Jan. 8-9-10-11; Cups, Jan. 15-Feb. 1

Manitou Art Theatre. The Heyokah Project. February 10-27 and BigLittleIMProv (BLIMP) March 5-6

Manitou Art Theatre. “The Honeymoon Period is Officially Over” by Gemma Wilcox.

Manitou Art Theatre. “The Incredible Circus” May 7-22, Songs My Father Likes, and MAT Summer Theatre Camps

Manitou Art Theatre. Program with insert about Joni Sheram.

Manitou Art Theatre. Mr. & Mrs. Guffaw’s Christmas Carol Adventure. Saturday Dec. 6-13-20 11am & 2pm. Sunday Dec 7-14-21 1pm & 3pm.

Manitou Art Theatre. November Events Program. The Presidents-Kids First, RiP on Demand, Art Dog, The Indy Give! Campaign

Manitou Art Theatre. November Event Program. “The Wright Stuff”, “The Great Goddess Bazaar”, “the RiP”, “FourPlay!” and November classes.
Manitou Art Theatre. Spring Break Drama Camp for K-3. March 23-27. Busker ‘N Me; Improv with The RIP; Cody Rivers Show Meanwhile Everywhere.

Manitou Art Theatre. MAT’s 2nd Annual Women’s Festival. April 17.18.19.20.24.25.26.27.

Manitou Art Theatre. MAT’s 3rd Annual Women’s Theatre Festival. Songbird of the Stage, April 4 & 5; Signature, April 9-26; The Six Women Playwriting Festival, April 16-19.

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Manitou Art Theatre. Six Women Play Writing Festival. April 7-10 and 14-17. Six ten minute plays.

Manitou Art Theatre. “Wiley and the Hairy Man” Feb 7-8.

Manitou Art Theatre. MAT presents Rebecca Buric- Signature. March 13-14-15-16.

Manitou Art Theatre. 2010-2011 Season Program.

MAT (Millibo Art Theatre), 2011-2012 Season Program.

MAT (Millibo Art Theatre), Dedication and Open House. Nov 12, 2011.

MAT (Millibo Art Theatre), “Poet in Motion” Oct 1-2, “Red Album” Oct 7-8, “52 Pick Up” Oct 12-23.

MAT (Millibo Art Theatre). 2011-2012 Season.

MAT. April @ MAT [2012]. Paul Mesner Puppets, Six Women Play Festival.

MAT. October [2012]. Gods, Guns & Pancakes. Beyond Words. Book Dawg!.

MAT (Millibo Art Theatre). 2012-2013 Season program. 2 copies.

MAT. Wynot Radio “Death Wore Elevator Shoes”. The Christmas Mouse On Holiday!. November and December 2012.

MAT. Busker & Me!. The RiP!. Happiness. January (2013?).

MAT. Unbe-weave-able!. “Coming Home” Susan Daw Carson. Magical Mystery Detour. March (2013?).

MAT. Incredible Circue Millibo!. May 4-19 2013.

MAT. Babette’s Night at the Opera!. Edwin’s Christams Carol. No year.

MAT. The MAT @ Ivywild. Moving announcemen and summer schedule. No year. (2013?)

MAT. Donor invitation. No date.

Manitou Springs Heritage Center. The Restless Ghost of Emma Crawford “The Elegant Specter of Manitou Springs”. March 30. No Year (“The event’s primary mode of publicity is Facebook”).

Marbut, Virginia. In Recital. Presented by Miss Albaretta Enman. Assisted by Miss Louise Cobey, Pupil of Mr. H. Howard Brown. Wednesday, March 28th, 1923, at 4:00 o’clock. 911 North Royer Street.

Marbut, Virginia, pianist. In Recital. Presented by Miss Albaretta Enman. Assisted by Miss Lucinda Shutt, Contralto. At the Little Theatre. Monday Evening, February 28, 1927 at Eight-fifteen o’clock.

Martin, Miss Nellie presents a recital of her pupils. May 20, 1922. (2 copies)

Masque and Sandal presents Grease: The Musical. Thursday, April 24 at 7. Friday, April 25 at 2 and 7. Tuesday, April 29 at 7.

Masselos, Aristovoulos in piano recital. Pupil of Mrs. Grace Gridley Wilm. March 1, no year.

Melodrama Dinner Theater, Manitou Springs. Pamphlet with photographs, map of location and description of theater. The Historic Iron Springs Chateau.

Melodrama Dinner Theater. “The Shop Girl’s Lament” and “Her Shameful Past”. 1964 Season. Featuring Chateau Players. The Iron Springs Chateau.

Melodrama Dinner Theater. “Colorado’s Fun Melodrama”. The Iron Springs Chateau. No date listed.

Men and Religion Forward Movement, Two-Day Campaign. Colorado Springs. May 19-20, 1912.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Colorado Springs. Dedication services. December 18, 1881.

Miller, George and His Entertaining Orchestra. Acacia Park. Thursday, July 13. No Year.

Miller, Jean Wilson. Piano Recital. Miss Hazel Hindmarsh presents her eleven year old pupil. At the Little Theatre. Friday Evening, May 11, 1928, Eight o’clock. Concert program and list of patrons and patronesses.

Monday Progress Club. Colorado Springs. List of topics, locations and dates for the following seasons: 1941-1942, 1949-1950, and 1950-1951.

Mr. Bigg’s Event Center. Creating Community Breakfast. Citizens Project. June 9, 2011. Sponsored by Colorado College.

Musicians Club of Women (formerly Amateur Musical Club of Chicago). Four Hundred and Seventy-sixth Concert. Program arranged by Belle Forbes Cutter and Mae Doeling. Accompanists Tina Mae Haines and Katherine Howard Ward. Recital Hall, Fine Arts Building. November 11, 1918, at 2:30 p.m.

Musick, Annabel. Piano Recital. Presented by Mrs. Myrtle Sharer. Assisted by Harriet Engel, Violinist. Saturday afternoon, May 29th, 1926, Four o’clock.

Myron Stratton School. Commencement. June 9, 1917.

National School of Music Competition Festival, Colorado Springs. May 11.12.13, 1939.

National Security League Program. Mass Meeting of the Colorado Springs Branch. Burns Theatre. March 11, 1916.

Nelson, Mrs. Helen M. Recital by pupils of. Friday, March 20, 1925. 110 East Jefferson Street.

New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church. Celebration service of the New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church into the Southeastern association (Colorado), U.C.C. February 25, 1973.

New York Chamber Music Society. Perkins Hall. Monday, January 31, 1921. Auspices Colorado College School of Music.

New York City Opera Company. “The Ballad of Baby Doe.” Spring Season, 1959. Saturday Evening, May 2, 1959 at 8:15 o’clock. Contains advertisements.

New York City Opera Company. “The Ballad of Baby Doe.” Sunday Matinee, February 14, 1960, at 2:30 o’clock. And “The Consul”. Sunday Evening, February 14, 1960 at 8:15 o’clock.

Norton, Edwin. In Recital. Mrs. H.A. Hamilton. Esther Norton at the Piano. At Little Theatre, City Auditorium. Friday Evening, April 24, 1925. Eight-fifteen o’clock.

Open Progress Club. Program. Leaders Mrs. William C. Robinson and Miss Fnalsburg. Lists of novelists, editors and journalists, writers for children, nature writers, humorists and novelists, and poets. Includes Walt Whitman and H.H (Helen Hunt Jackson?). 1908-1909. 2 copies. One copy annotated with dates.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Lists of Novelists, Humorists, Southern Writers, Writers of the Wild, and Descendants. Includes Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, and Jack London. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. W.C. Robinson. 1909-1910. Includes marginalia.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. The Victorian Age, Two Years Course, First Year. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. William C. Robinson. 1910-1911.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. The Victorian Age in England, Age, history and Literature, Second Year’s Study. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. William C. Robinson. Lecture on Higher Education of Women. 1911-1912.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Nineteen Centuries of Human Progress, Two Years’ Course. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. William C. Robinson. Includes “Vandalism vs. Christianity” and “The Invention of Printing and Its Consequences”. 1912-1913.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Nineteen Centuries of Human Progress. Second Year. Includes “Milton’s Work and Fame. A Glance at His Poetry.” And “Women’s Changed and Changing Position. Her Permanent Place.” 1913-1914.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Program. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. William C. Robinson. Program includes “Women in Industry” and “Colorado State Institutions”.1915-1916.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Program. Leaders Miss Flansburg and Mrs. William C. Robinson. 1916-1917.

Open Progress Club, Colorado Springs. Program. Leader Miss Flansburg. Includes “Coupon Bonds” and “Contrast with life of Modern Women”.

Opera House (?). The Play and The Players. Jan 14-17 (1896?). Contains Advertisements.

Opera House, Colorado Springs. Y.M.C.A. Star Course. George R. Wendling, Prof. Frederick Starr, Slayton Jubilee Singers, The De Motte Lectures, Alton Packard, The Transcontinental Trio, The Dunbar Handbell Ringers, Katherine Ridgeway Concert Co. Bios of performers. 1907-1908 Season.

Opera House. Famous People Who Appearead at the Colorad Springs Opera House by Bruce A. Woodard. List of names including Oscar Wilde and Woodrow Wilson (with note that he taught summer school at CC). No date. 2 copies.

Osborn, Mary Schnitzius. Piano Recital. Presented by Wilhelm Schmidt. Assisted by Alice Atkins, Soprano and Evelyn Bissell, Pianist. The Little Theatre, City Auditorium. Tuesday, June 14, 1927, Eight-fifteen o’clock. Contains an advertisement for Mr. Wilhelm Schmidt’s classes throughout the summer months.

Osborne, Miss Margaret Delano. Piano Recital. Presented by Mr. Wilhem Schmidt. Assisted by Miss Alice Atkins, Soprano and Miss Evelyn Bissell, Pianist. Tuesday Evening, April 27, 1926. Ball Room, Broadmoor Hotel at Eight o’clock. Contains an advertisement for Mr. Wilhelm Schmidt’s classes throughout the summer months.

Packard Hall. Carlton Gamer music concerts and a colloquium on mathematics and music. Thursday, February 19, 2009, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, February 22, at 3:00 p.m. Colloquium- Friday, February 20th, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Palmer Lake Yule Log Association. Presents its 1964 program for Yule Log Ceremony. Sunday, December, December 20. Contains program and song lyrics.

Palmer High School Presents Poetry Out Loud, National Recitation Contest.

Palmer Memorial Day, Annual. Monument Valley Park. Sunday, July 31, 1932. Contains a tribute to the life of General William Jackson Palmer and concert program performed by the Colorado Springs Municipal Band at 2:30 P.M. 2 Copies.

Paderewski. All Chopin program. No date.

Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church, Colorado Springs. Fifty-second session of the Colorado Annual Conference of the African-Methodist Episcopal Church. September 21-25, 1938. (2 copies).

P.E.O. Sisterhood, Colorado State Chapter. The Forty-first Annual Convention. June 7th-8th, 1943. Colorado Springs. Contains list of events at convention, people involved and songs sung (with lyrics).

Pike Centennial Celebration. General Programme, Commemorative of the Southwest Expedition (1806-1807) under command of Lieutenant Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Colorado Springs, Colorado . September twenty-third to twenty-ninth, 1906. Contains list of events for each day.

Pike Centennial Celebration. Mass Meeting Arranged by the Woman’s Executive Committee. Opera House Monday, September 24, 1906, 2:30 p.m. Contains program of meeting and lyrics to song “Colorado” and “The Star Spangled Banner”.

Pikes Peak [Auto] Hill Climb. List of Automobile Events And Entries. August 11, 1916.

Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb. 39th Annual. July 4, 1961.

Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb. 40th Annual. July 4, 1962.

Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb. 43rd Annual. July 4, 1965.

Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb. June 30, 1968.

Pikes Peak Hill Climb. July 4, 1974.

Pikes Peak Center. Gala Opening Concerts Presented by Citizens for Theatre/Auditorium. Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra, Charles A. Ansbacher, Conductor. Colorado Springs Chorale, Donald P. Jenkins, Director. Soloists: Roberta Peters, Soprano and Michaela Paetsch, Violinist. Program contains information about the performers and lists Benefactors. October 15 and 16, 1982. 2 copies.

Pike Peak Center. Man of La Mancha. Staring Earl Wrightson. Produced and Directed by Hal Hundley. October 28-31, 1982.

Pikes Peak Center. “Annie Get Your Gun” staring Patrice Munsel. Presented by Music Theatre of the Rockies, Inc. July 7, 8, 9, 10, 1983.

Pikes Peak Center. “Oliver!” staring David Canary. Presented by Music Theatre of the Rockies, Inc. August 25, 26, 27,28, 1983.

Pikes Peak Center. A Salute to Volunteerism. El Paso Country Volunteer Appreciation. May 1, 1984.

Pikes Peak Center. The Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Philippe Entremont, Music Director. Sunday, March 16, 1986. El Pomar Great Hall. Program contains information about Philippe Entremont and few advertisements.

Pikes Peak Center. Gates Showtime Series. “Singing in the Rain”. Sunday, January 10, 1988, 7:30 p.m. And “Marvin Hamlisch in a Benefit Concert with the Colorado Springs Symphony”. Saturday, January 30, 1988, 8:00 p.m. Contains advertisements.

Pikes Peak Center. Gates Showtime Series. “Hungarian State Folk Ensemble”. Saturday, March 10, No Year Listed, 1980s [?], 8:00 p.m. Contains advertisement for Cheyenne Mountain Ranch.

Pikes Peak Center. Family Theatre Season. 2006-2007.

Pikes Peak Center. Colorado Springs Youth Symphony and the Colorado Springs Children’s Chorale present Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. May 6, 2012.

Pike Peak Center. Up With People. Sept 9 and 10. No Year, tickets $10.

Pikes Peak Derby Dames Roller Derby Season Opener. Bouting Live at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium. July 21, 2007.

 

Pikes Peak Inter-Tribal Indian Club. American Indian Centennial Encampment. July 9-12, 1970. Includes pictures and stories.

Pikes Peak Inter-Tribal Indian Club. Second Annual Homecoming Encampment. July 8-11, 1971. Includes pictures and some biographies.

Pikes Peak or Bust Week. Program lists events taking place each day of the week Aug. 6-13, 1949.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Rodeo. Seventeenth Annual. Aug. 6-7-8-9-10, 1957,Matinee August 7. Spencer Penrose Stadium, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Number 10, August 3, 1959. Contains list of events each day from August 2-8, 1959, many descriptions of things to do in the Pikes Peak Region, and advertisements.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Rodeo. August 4-5-6-7-8, 1959. 19th Annual. Penrose Stadium, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Contains drawings and descriptions of events, and photographs from around town.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Rodeo. Thirty-eighth Annual. August 8-12, 1978. Colorado Springs. Contains list of contestants and events.

Pikes Peak Rodeo. Parade. 50th Anniversary Souvenir Program. Contains History of Colorado Springs Rodeo Parades, and list of parade dates with Parade Chariman and Parade Theme for previous 50 years. Police notice of road closures for parade enclosed. [1990]

Pikes Peak or Bust. Rodeo. World Arena. August 11-15, 2004. Large program with several articles, including Hall of Fame.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Rodeo. 64th Annual. August 14, 2004. Saturday Evening events.

Pikes Peak or Bust. Parade. July 8, 2009. Colorado Springs.

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Players of Colorado Springs. “The Intimate Strangers”. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sept. 1-2-3-4, No Year listed, Mid 1920s [?]. Contains advertisements. (2).

Players of Colorado Springs. “Young Woodley”. February 27th and 28th, 1928. Little Theatre, Municipal Auditorium. Contains advertisements.

Playwright’s Company (Maxwell Anderson, S.N. Behrman, Elmer Rice, and Robert E. Sherwood) and The Theatre Guild, Presented by. “There Shall Be No Night” Staring Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. Local Management by Arthur M. Oberfelder. No Date. Early spring, 1940, 41, or 42 [?]. Contains advertisements for upcoming events at the Auditorium.

Pond, Frances and Zora Impson. Two Piano Recital. Presented by Mrs. Maude Sanders Faust. Assisted by Margaret Dietrich Williams, Violinist. Accompanist, Mary Osborn. Tuesday Evening, January Fifth, 1932, at 8:15 o’clock. 819 North Nevada Avenue. Autograph Annotation.

Princess Theatre, Colorado Springs. Detective Wm. J. Burns in the “Exposure of the Land Swindlers”. Monday, Tuesday, May 12, 13. 3 Reel Feature (film). Advertisement contains information about and large photograph of Burns.

Pueblo Municipal Band Concert Program. Thursday evening, 8 o’Clock. Acacia Park. No Year.

Pueblo Racing. Official Evening Program. Friday, August 27, 1948.

Rialto Theatre, Colorado Springs. “The Rialto Review”. Week of Dec. 6 to 11, No Year. Contains advertisements and “Coming Attractions”.

Rialto Theatre, Colorado Springs. “Paradise for Two” staring Richard Dix. Week of February 7 to 12, No Year. Contains advertisements and “Coming Attractions.”

Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site. Legend and Legacy. Thursday, July 30th, 2009 7:00PM.

Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival 2007. 20th Anniversary. 421 S. Tejon, Suite 333, Colorado Springs.

Rotary Club. Program for the 1924 Conference of the Rotary Clubs of the Seventh Distrcit of Rotary International. John Andrew, District Governor. Includes Rules of Procedure, Directory of Clubs in the Seventh District, and list of songs with lyrics. April 8 and 9, 1924.

Rotary Club of Colorado Springs. Annual Ladies’ Night. Antlers Hotel. Thursday, February 11, 1926. Program of event and lyrics of songs.

Rotary Club. Conference of the Rotary Clubs of the seventh district of Rotary International. April 21 and 22, 1927. Includes a blue ribbon badge with name Ms. Sharer.

Russian Symphony Orchestra. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Modest Altschuler, Conductor. The Ben Greet Players. Under the Personal Director of Ben Greet. Program.

Salida High School. Commencement Program. June 27, 1919.

San Luis Ranch. San Luis School Rididing Club Thirteenth Annual Horse Show. June 9, 1940.

Sargent Players. “Meet The Wife”. Directed by E.Benson Sargent. Monday and Tuesday, June 27 and 28, 1927, 8:15 p.m.

Sargent Players. “Seventh Heaven”. August 11 and 12 [1927]. Signatures on back.

Sargent Players. “The Cat and Canary”. Under the Direction of E.B. Sargent. Little Theater, City Auditorium. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 2 and 3, No Year.

Sargent Players. “Seventh Heaven”. Under the Direction of E.Benson Sargent. Little Theatre, Municipal Auditorium. Thursday and Friday, August 11 and 12, No Year [same year as “The Cat and Canary”].

Sargent Players. “Holiday”. Under the Supervision of E. Benson Sargent. No date.

Studio Players of Colorado Springs. “John Ferguson” a Drama in Four Acts. Little Theater, City Auditorium. February 18 and 19, 1935. Produced and directed by Dr. Kasimir Korybut-Kovahlsky.

Schmidt, Mr. Wilhelm, presents his pupils. Two Piano Recitals. Assisted by Miss Agnes Shober, contralto and Mrs. M.M. Kerrison, Soprano. Saturday, May the Fourteenth and Satudray, May the Twenty-First, Nineteen Hundred Twenty One, Three o’clock. 224 East Cache la Poudre Street.

Schmidt, Wilhelm, pupils of. Studio Recital. 224 East Cache la Poudre Street. Saturday, June the Second, 1928, Two-thirty o’clock. (2)

Second Congregational Church, Colorado Springs. Calendar for: May, no year; July, no year; July, no year.

Sharer, Mrs. Myrtle presents the following recitals of her pupils: June 5, 1926. (2 copies); Annabel Musick. May 29, 1926. (2 copies); June 7, no year. (4 copies)

Skelton, Leslie J. Exhibition of Painitngs. Perkins Art Gallery. December, Nineteen Hundred and Five. Studio: 1225 North Tejon Street 2to 5 P.M. Program lists title of paintings and their prices.

Skelton, Leslie J. Exhibition of Paintings. Perkins art Gallery. December Nineteen Hundred and Six. Studio: 1225 North Tejon Street. Program lists title of paintings and their prices.

Skelton, Leslie J. Exhibition of Paintings. Perkins Art Gallery. December Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen. Studio: 1225 North Tejon Street. Program lists titles of paintins and their prices.

Smokebrush Gallery. Encaustographis. Daisy McConnell. May 1- May 29, 2009. First Friday Artwalk- Friday, May 1, 5PM-8PM.

Soda Springs Park, Manitou. Geo. L. Miller and his Entertainment Band. Entertainment Program for the Week of August 13, 1928.

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Canon avenue Manitou Springs. Colorado Springs Symphony Trio. May 4 (1980?0.

St. Mary’s Orthodox Church, Calhan, Colorado. A Landmarks Concert. The Paetsch Chamber Music Ensemble. November 6, 1977.

St. Paul’s M.E. Church. Twenty-fifth Anniversary program. April 7, 1918.

St. Stephen’s Church. A Memorial Service for his late Majesty, King Edward Seventh. May 20, 1910.

St. Stephen’s Church School, Colorado Springs. The Great Trail: A Mystery Play of the Christian Year, given by the children of the school. Trinity Sunday, 1921.

St. Stephen’s Church, Colorado Springs. Christmas Carols. No Date.

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School. Dedication. November 2, 1992.

State Encampment, G.A.R. Programme. October 12, 1884. Program with lyrics to “America the Beautiful”.

Springs Ensemble Theatre Presents “Talk Radio” by Eric Bogosian. Feb 11-13, 18-20, 25-27, 2010.

Springs Ensemble Theatre presents “Welcome Home Jenny Sutter” June 30-July 17, 2011

Springs Ensemble Theatre presents “Coronado” by Dennis Lehane. no date

Springs Ensemble Theatre presents “Bad Prom 2: Electric Boogaloo” November 12, 2011. 3rd Annual Fall Kickoff Party/Fundraiser.

Springs Ensemble Theatre. 2012 Season dates. The Land Southward. The Underpants. The Pillowman.

Springs Ensemble Theatre presents “The Land Southward” A play by Darcy Hogan. Feb 9-26, 2012

Springs Ensemble Theatre. American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact’s 8. August 18, 2012.

Springs Ensemble Theatre. 2013 Season dates. The Lion in Winter. The Odd Couple. A Steady Rain. One for the Road.

Springs Ensemble Theatre. The Odd Couple. May and June 2013.

Springs Ensemble Theatre. A Steady Rain. October 2013.

Springs Ensemble Theatre presents 24/7 Indy Give. “The Sopapilla Schmooze”, “Anger Management”, “F#@K”, “A Hole in my Heart Where You Used to Be”, “Black Out”, “The Three Faces of Lola”, “The Victim”

Star Bar Players, Lon Chaney Theatre. “Laughing At Lughnasa.” April 28, 29. May 5, 6, 12, 13, 14

Star Bar Players, Lon Chaney Theatre. “The Merry Wives of Windsor” (Shakespeare play). January – February, 2005.

Star Bar Players, Lon Chaney Theatre. “Later Life” January-February, 2006.

Star Bar Players, Lon Chaney Theatre. “Bell, Book and Candle.” October – November, 2005.

Star Bar [Players?]. “Waiting for Godot” by Samuel Beckett. Attitudes Performing Arts Center November 5-20, 2010.

Star Bar. God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza. September 14-30, 2012.

Star Bar. A Street Car Named Desire. May 24- June 9, 2013.

Star Bar “Why Torture is WRONG. Freedom Fries and the People Who Love Them”. June 3-5, 10-12, 17-18,

Star Bar Players. Murder in Green Meadows by Douglas Post directed by Kaleb Kohart.

Star Bar Players. “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire directed by Susan Dawn Carson. April 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, May 2, 3, 4. Showtimes at 8 pm. Matinees at 2 pm.

Starrett, Elizabeth, Soprano. Recital. Presented by Mrs. H.A Hamilton. Assisted by Frances Pond, Pianist. Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Tuesday Evening, May Tenth, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Eight at Eight-thirty o’clock.

Steele Elementary 2008 Shakespearean Players Present: The Tempest.

Swanson, Edgar. Piano Recital. Presented by Wilhelm Schmidt. Assisted by Edgar Laughling, Baritone and Evelyn Bissell, Pianist. The Little Theatre, Municipal Auditorium. Wednesday, Feb. 29, 1928. Eight-Fifteen o’clock.

Taylor, Miss Lois Edyth. A recital given by Miss Marie Clough. June 4, 1920.

Templeton, Clyde Kathryn, pupils of. Spring Recital. At her studio 1318 E. Willamette. June 5, 1955, 3 o’clock.

Thatcher, Miss Frances. Piano Recital. Presented by Miss Nelle Martin. Assisted by Miss Helen De Woody, Voice (Pupil of H. Howard Brown). Mrs. D.U. Hampton, Accompanist. Wednesday, December 7th, 1921, four o’clock. 115 East San Miguel St. Autograph annotation.

Theatre ‘d Art presents “Stop Kiss” by Diana Son. January 7-16. Directed by Crystal Carter

TheatredART presents “Reservoir Dog”

Theatre ‘d Art presents “A Devil Inside” by David Lindsay-Abaire.

Theatre Guild, Inc. presents “Oklahoma!” Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. No date [1950s?]. Gift of James Ciletti.

Theatre and Town, Official Theatre Program Magazine. “Burns” Edition. Week Beginning December 30, 1912. “The Marriage of Kitty”. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning July 7, 1913. “Arizona” at the Burns. Empress Vaudeville at the Empress. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning June 23, 1913. “Green Stockings” at “The Burns”. Empress Vaudeville at the Opera House. First Run Motion Pictures at the Empress. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning July 14, 1913. “The Traveling Salesman” at the Burns. Empress Vaudeville at The Empress. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning October 6, 1913. Sullivan & Considine Vaudeville at The Empress. “The Candy Shop” at The Opera House.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning October 20, 1913. The Empress and “The Burns”. First Concert of the Colorado Springs Musical Club- Anna Case, Assisted by Carlos Salzedo, Monday Night at The Burns. “The White Slave” Monday night and Anna Held, Saturday Afternoon and Night at the Opera House. Sullivan & Considine Vaudeville, Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat., Matinee and Night at the Empress. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning October 27, 1913. “Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch” at the Opera House. Sullivan & Considine Vaudeville at The Empress.

Theatre and Town. Colorado Springs Musical Club Third Great Artist Concert: Miss Elena Gerhardt. Mr. Richard Epstein at Piano. Burns Theatre, February 2, 1915. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. The Burns Theatre Programs. “The Trojan Women”. Wednesday, May 26th, no year listed, 1910s [?]. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. Week Beginning July 20, no year listed, 1910s [?]. “The Chorus Lady” at the Burns. Contains advertisements.

Theatre and Town. The Colorado Springs Musical Club First Artist Concert: Harold Bauer, Pianist and Oscar Seagle, Baritone. Thursday Evening, October 15th, no year listed 1914 or 1915 [?]. Contains advertisements. (2)

Theatreworks 1979 Second Season. Veronica’s Room, The Night of Iguana, Macbeth. Summer of 1979. Dwire Auditorium UCCS campus.-*

Theatreworks presents. Shakespeare in the Park. Othello, The More of Venice. 1988/1989 Season. Contains advertisements.

Theatreworks 2005-2006 The 30th Anniversary Season. The Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater. Macbeth, Arabian Nights, Santaland Diaries, A Christmas Carol, Miss Julie, Guys & Dolls, Vagina Monologues, Metamorphoses, Three Musketeers.

Theatreworks 2006-2007 Season Program. Comedy of Errors, Alice in Wonderland, Something’s Rotten, Arms and The Man, Topdog/Underdog, The Syringa Tree, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Caucasian Chalk Circle.

Theatreworks 2007/2008 Season Program. Hamlet, Antonio’s Revenge, Zorro!, Doubt, The Santaland Diaries, Blithe Spirit.

Theatreworks 2008/2009 Season Program. As You Like It, Venus & Adonis, The Grapes of Wrath, I Am My Own Wife, The Lying Kind, Monopoly!, Wit, Cyrano de Bergerac, Urinetown.

Theatreworks 2009/2010 Season Program. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Our Town, Invisible Voices, MacHomer, The mystery of Irma Vep, Twelve Angry Men, Arsenic and Old Lace. Special Events Include A Dream Garden Party, The intergalactic Shakespeare Dinner, Flaunt: Evolution, All Colorado Beer Festival, London Theatre Tour, Rotozaza, UCCS Student Production

Theatreworks 2010/2011 Season Program. The Merry Wives of Windsor, I am Nikola Tesla, Ben Franklin’s Tea Party, Capsule 33, A Cowboy Christmas Carol, Boeing Boeing, The Inspector General, The Seagull.

Theatreworks 2011 Season Kick Off Party. July 21 at the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater

Theatreworks 2011/2012 Season Program. The Merchant of Venice, The 39 Steps, Church, Women of Will, peter pan, Joe turner’s Come and Gone, Salome, Mary Stuart.

Theatreworks 2011/2012 Season. Women of Will.

Theatreworks 2011/2012 Season. Mary Stuart.

Theatreworks 2012 London Theater Tours. January 5-15 and May 4-20.

Theatreworks presents Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps” September 15-October 9.

Theatreworks presents “The 39 Steps”/ “One Man, Two Guvnors”. flyer.

Theatreworks presents “Arsenic and Old Lace” by Joseph Kesselring. April 22-May 16 2010

Theatreworks presents “Boeing Boeing: A non-stop comedy” January 20-February 13, 2011.

Theatreworks presents “A Cowboy Christmas Carol” December 9-24, 2010.

Theatreworks presents “Galloping Gala”. Performances by Waddie Mitchell and bill Snow, Jr. and his band at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy. December 4, 2010

Theatreworks presents “The Inspector General” by Nikolai Gogol. March 10-20

Theatreworks presents “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone” by August Wilson. January 26-February 19. Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater.

Theatreworks presents “The Lost Boys”

Theatreworks presents “Mary Stuart” April 19-May 6.

Theatreworks presents “The Merchant of Venice” August 4-27

Theatreworks presents “The Merry Wives of Windsor” 2010/2011 Season

Theatreworks “Oops! A Night of Glorious Mistakes at Theatreworks” Fundraiser featuring “Local actors and community leaders in so-not-typecast roles at a one-night-only cabaret”

Theatreworks presents “Russian Spring at Theatreworks” Includes the Inspector General; The Seagull; Dear Playwright, Dear Actress; Prologue Series.

Theatreworks presents “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov. April 21-May 8

Theatreworks presents “The Seven Veils” February 1.

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Theatreworks 2012-2013 Season. Love’s Labor Lost, The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Red, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Glass Menagerie, You Can’t Take it With You, Everyman on the Bus, The Wild Duck. (3 copies)

Theatreworks presents “Love’s Labors Lost” August 2-26 [2012] (2 copies)

Theatreworks presents “The Glass Menagerie” September 13-30, 2012.

Theatreworks presents “The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity” October 19-November 11, 2012.

Theatreworks presents “You Can’t Take it With You” December 6-23, 2012.

Theatreworks 2012/2013 Season. The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity.

Theatreworks presents “Red” January 31-Febraury 17, 2013.

Theatreworks. “Bloody Blood Andrew Jackson” March 13-24 [2013]

Theatreworks 2012/2013 Season. Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.

Theatreworks presents “The Wild Duck” April 25-May 12, 2013.

Theatreworks 2012/2013 Season. The Wild Duck. 2 copies.

Theatreworks 2013-2014 Program. Cymbeline, The Weir, Woyzeck, Venus in Fur, Seven Guitars, Death of a Salesman, The Servant of Two Masters, It’s a Wonderful Life. 2 copies.

Theatreworks. Seven Guitars.

Theatreworks. Our Performances are known to cause goosebumps. Advertisement. 2013?

Theatreworks & Colorado College present, “Arabian Nights.” Part of the All Pikes Peak Reads Program. October 7-16 at the Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater. October 20-30 at Armstrong Hall. 2005.
Thompson, Daisy Ann, pupils of. Pianoforte Recital. Little Theatre. Saturday Evening, May 2nd, 1931, Eight o’clock. Autograph annotation.

Thompson, Daisy Ann and Edwin A. Dietrich present Ida Boatright and Margery Hodgkinson in joint recital. Little Theater. May 25, no year.

Thompson, Daisy Ann presents her pupils in recital. Little Theater. June 2, no year.

Trail Theatre. “War and Peace”. October 22, 1956. Special invitation for teacher only showing.

Troupe. “The King and I”. Directed by David L. Thompson. No Date.

United Church of Christ, First Congregational Church, Craig, Colorado. Annual Meeting. May 3-10, 1975.

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Gallery of Contemporary Art (goca). Membership Information pamphlet.

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Gallery of Contemporary Art (goca). Vertigo. March 12, ?

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs’ Visual and Performing Arts Department present “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf” by Ntozake Shange

University of Michigan. Concert of the Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs. Thursday Evening, April 23, 1896. Opera House Colorado Springs. From the Easter Holiday Tour. Contains a photograph of the Club members.

Upstart performing ensemble presents the 10th Annual Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival. Bent by Martin Sherman, Rock the Line by Kathleen Warnock, Quilt: A Musical Celebration

Ute Theater. Movie programs, providing “Who’s Who” information on actors in current film playing. 12 programs for the following movies: Mrs. Miniver; For Me and My Gal; The Black Swan; Holiday Inn; Beyond the Blue Horizon; Roxy Hart; Reap the Wild Wind; H.M. Pulham, Esq…;This Above All; My Gal Sal; Ship Ahoy; Saboteur. Gift of James Ciletti.

Ute Trail Stampede. Third Annual Rodeo. July 22-23, 1950. Woodland Park, Colorado. Contains mostly advertisements.

“The Vagina Monologues” February 23-25, 2012. The Lodge, at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS).
The Vermillion Cotillion. At the Manitou Art Theater. Saturday, November 10, 7 pm – Midnight

Veronika String Quartet with guest Scott Kluksdahl, cello. “Opposites Attract”. March 17, 2012 at Ascension Episcopla Church, Pueblo and March 18, 2012 Packard hall, Colorado Springs.

Victor, Colorado. Gold Rush Days (Rodeo?). July 17-19, 1998. Includes photo of 1899 Victor Fire and “Map of the Mines” a road map.

West Junior High Auditorium. “The Hickory Holler School.” Under direction of Miss Clara Hogg. Friday and Saturday nights, May 1 and 2, 1925. Gift of James Ciletti.

Weld County Teachers’ Association. Announcement and Programme of the Eighth Annual Session. Greeley, Colorado. November 6 and 7, 1891. Programme lists speakers for each day of the session.

Wilfred, Thomas. In a Clavilux Recital (“With his instrument that has made possible the use of light as a fine art through control of Form, Color, and Motion”). No date, 1920s [?]. (2)

Winfred, Thomas. In a Clavilux Recital (“With his instrument that has made possible the use of light as a fine art”). Monday, February 15, No year, late 1920s [?]. Matinee 4 p.m., Evening 8:30 p.m. Municipal Auditorium, Colorado Springs. Program contains press notes.

Willis, Willet R., Specialist in Victrolas. A Series of Victrola Recitals, to open the New Salesrooms for Victrolas. In The new Victrola Recital Hall on the Second Floor, 126 East Pikes Peak Avenue (New Princess Theater Building). August 5-10, no year. Program lists songs to be played.

WLC initials on front (Women’s Literary Club ?). At the Residence of Dr. and Mrs. Blackman. Saturday, May First, Three o’clock. No year. Program contains Music and poetry on subjects including Democracy, Nature, Religion, and Patriotism.

Woodland Park, Colorado. (Rodeo?). Includes names of competitors for Bull Riding, Calf roping, etc. July 23, 1950.

Woolsey, Charles G. Vocal teacher advertisement. Colorado Springs.

World’s Championship Pack Burro Race. Sixth Annual. August 1, 1954. Leadville to Fairplay.Program of events, articles, map of race route.

World’s Championship Pack Burro Race. Thirteen Annual. July 30, 1961. Fairplay to Leadville. Program of events, bio of local points of interest in Leadville and Fairplay, list of sponsors, map of race route.

World Wide Antique Show. July 15-17, 2011. Denver Merchandise Mart.

Y.M.C.A., Auspices. Week of Prayer of Young Men. At the Princess Theatre. Every Noon, November 14 to 19, no year.

Y.M.C.A. Lobby. Men’s Meetings for the Month of March. March 2 to 30, 1919. List of speakers with portraits with description that “the ‘Y’ aims to be a social, serving spiritual agency” and reference to percentage of regular church attenders in Germany prior to WWI.

Zebulon M. Pike. Pike Centennial Celebration. General Program (Gift of Addie Hemenway), Post Card (Gift of Van Diest), Card for “Breakfast Given by the Woman’s Executive Committee of Pike Centennial to Distinguished Guests” (Gift of Mrs. W. W. Price), Card for “Reunion of Colorado Springs Choral Society of 1897” (Gift of Mrs. W.W. Price). Various locations. September 23-29, 1906.

   
 
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