• Sod house on the plains in Morgan County 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:photographs
        Out on the prairie, Mrs. J. A. McMichall, wearing a long print dress and white apron, stands at the door of a sod house.
      • United Presbyterian Church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        A light-colored brick building with a cement foundation; a chimney is at the left rear and the double door entrance is at left front in a square extension of the main building; leafless trees and patches of snow in evidence.
      • Street scene in business section 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        College Avenue looking NNE from just south of Mountain Avenue; First National Bank is a large stone building on the right; the trolley, automobiles, and horse drawn carriages mingle on the unpaved street.
      • Y.M.C.A. Building 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Three-storied brick building on a stone basement foundation; a large stone staircase leads up to a porch and the main entrance; sidewalks cross a muddy street; trees are leafless; a fire hydrant stands near the building.
      • Catholic church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Stone building with a tall bell tower on the right front and a smaller tower on the left front (the baptistery); main entrance is at the base of the bell tower.
      • Unity Church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Palladian-style stone building with broad stone steps leading up to an entrance sheltered by a roof supported by four pillars; trees are leafless; snow lies in patches on the ground.
      • Private residence 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Two-storied house with gabled roof, bay window on the left side; large front porch with six visible columns; 46-star American flag hanging over front steps; lace curtains at window left of entry; wrought-iron fence across front.
      • Street scene in business section 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        College Avenue looking north from approximately Oak Street showing Jones Dry Goods, Bradley Studio, Light and Power Company, and Vance Shoes, among others.
      • Methodist Church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Brick and stone building with a taller and a shorter tower on either side of the main church; a large rose window is in the upper center of the facade facing the street; entrances are under each of the towers.
      • Christian church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        A brick and stone building with a chimney at the left rear and an entryway with wooden double doors on the left front; a shed-like wooden structure is on the left side of the building; trees are bare and snow lies in patches ...
      • Episcopal Church 

        Author(s):Colorado Agricultural College
        Date:1917
        Format:negatives (photographs)
        Narrow stone building with a small rose window over the entryway; next door is the Hotel Lincoln.