Twenty-five awesome photos from The Denver Postís photographic archives. From a 1929 Denver cattle auction to a 1972 anti-war protest in Boulder and much more. NOV 20 1968 - Trick Shooter Ray Hollander takes Aim at Cigarette in the Mouth of his wife, Genie. The performer who lost hand and part of another credits a 1955 Denver appearance on being a turning point in life. 11-7-1952 - Worker Extracted from Cavein-Police and fire department rescue crews were called Tuesday afternoon to extricate Lyle Zigler at 107 Lincoln street, a construction worker, after he was trapped under several hundreds pounds of earth while working on a sewer excavation project at Smith road and Grape street. OCT 17 1963 - Negro Looks Into White Barbershop, Stronghold of Segregation in Public Accommodations. Officials say white barbers, by custom, do not cut Negroes' hair. If Negro insists, barber often gives poor haircut.