This Denver History Minute produced by Denver 8 TV and Havey Production follows the political history of women in Colorado during the 20th century. It covers a lot of information in a short period (actually 1:30).
The Local History Specialist of the Pikes Peak Library District in Colorado interprets a 1915 photo of women seated in an open car advocating for the woman’s right to vote. The content is a bit overwhelming for me (its needs some themes and fewer discrete facts) but it provides an example of interpreting collections through video. It’s part of the “Framing Community, Exposing Identity” series to interpret “iconic images capturing life at the foot of Pikes Peak.”