History Colorado's photography collection contains approximately 1 million images documenting the history of Colorado and the American West from the 1840s to the present day. Key collections include the largest archive of the work of landscape photographer William Henry Jackson and the Aultman Studio (Trinidad, Colorado) collection, containing 110 years of work from Colorado's longest-running photo studio.
Online photography collection resources:
Index to the Subject File Collection: Photographs are arranged by subject (such as cities and towns, natural features, people, Native Americans by tribe, transportation, and other topics)
Our moving image collection is currently being inventoried and is unavailable for research or reproduction. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
History Colorado holds moving image films from and about Colorado dating from about 1915 to the present. The collection includes cinematic releases, home movies, newsreels, and promotional, educational, or industrial film reels, in a variety of formats. Many of the films featured were created by the Sonochrome Pictures Production Company and other Colorado-based producers.
Our moving image collection is stored in a variety of formats, including 35mm, 16mm, 8mm, Super 8, video, and digital formats.
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