A young woman lies on her stomach, possibly reading a book. A man can be seen lying on his side in the background behind some scenic elements. The backside of a woman's hip, arm and skirt can be seen in the extreme foreground of the picture. A note on the back of the original photo indicates this photo was taken in an area known as "the Loft." This image appears to be a "behind the scenes" photo, rather than a production photo.
Joxy Daly (played by Karl Adams in old age make up) sits at a table with a woman and Juno Boyle (played by Lois Halladay, seated right of table). Two unidentified men stand by. From the Little Theatre of the Rockies production of Sean O'Casey's "Juno and the Paycock."
Joxer Daly (played by Karl Adams) stands with one leg out the window, apparently climbing in or out of it. He holds a wooden walking stick in his hand. Jack Boyle (played by Harold Weiss) is crouched on the ground, watching. There is a tea cup and saucer on the ground near his hand.
Paper cutouts and student artwork hang on a classroom wall in the Hazelton Demonstration School in Weld County, Colorado. Two posters, one of the anatomy of a farm horse and one with that of a chicken, are in prominent spots in the upper left-hand corner. Three rows of desks occupy the foreground.
A view of the Colorado Teacher College barn. Gravel paths surround plots of grass and flowers. Beyond the yard is a wood fence, behind which are stables. There are tall deciduous trees beyond the brick walls surrounding the stables. Two buildings and two smokestacks can be seen in the background.
Two female students (or a student and instructor) read in front of a classroom of seated students, both boys and girls. A male instructor looks on from the side. The children are seated, holding books on the desk in front of them. Chalk boards and framed paintings hang on the walls. There is a piano against the most distant wall.
The members of the State Champion Baseball Team pose on the baseball field in front of a wire fence. Just behind the wire fence are a snare drum, bass drum and cornet player in matching jackets, hats and sashes. A large group of male and female spectators are sitting in bleachers in the background. Some people in the last two rows are standing.
A row of chicken enclosures located near the college greenhouses and laboratories. A wire fence runs parallel to the enclosures. Debris and weeds litter the dirt path between the two. The administration building (originally named the Normal School Building and finally named Cranford Hall) and the library (later renamed Carter Hall) can be seen in the background.
A group of female students are wearing aprons and working with double boilers in a Home Economics classroom. A female instructor observes from the side. The classroom has long workstations with a sink affixed to one side. Inside each station is an assortment of cooking implements, pots and dishes. On top of each station is a grate with bunsen burners underneath. Two plates of lemons and a pitcher sit on the nearest station. Chalk boards hang on the walls.
View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) Streamers are strung throughout the room, the floor is covered by numerous rugs, covered furniture sits along the outer wall, and two American flags hang in the chapel.
View of the chapel located in the Normal School Building (later the Administrative Building and finally renamed Cranford Hall.) The chapel is crowded with students, primarily women. Several people, along with a pianist and piano, are seated at the front of the chapel.