Yvonne Tollette Wallace

Independent Historian

Wallace Yvonne Tollette is a professional speaker, author, historian, and publisher. She began her career as a secondary public school teacher in Denver and Jefferson County Public Schools where she was also the forensics coach. She holds a B.A. in English, speech and drama and an M.A. in communication and theatre, each from the University of Colorado. Tollette is the co-author (with Paul Stewart) of Black Cowboys, (1986) and author of Our Beginnings: A History of the Epworth United Methodist Church, (1989).

Her company, Western Images Publications, established in 1989, has published five books featuring leaders from across the State and nation. Tollette also served as administrator for three years and as executive director for six years of the Black American West Museum & Heritage Center in Denver.

Wilma J. Webb (1943- )

Wilma J. Gerdine Webb was born in Denver, Colorado in 1943.  She married Wellington Webb in 1969.  Wilma Webb attended the University of Colorado at Denver intermittently from 1970 to 1979 but did not obtain a degree. As a State legislator, she attended the John … Read MoreWilma J. Webb (1943- )

Wellington E. Webb (1941- )

Wellington Webb was born in Chicago in 1941.  He came to Denver at a very early age and before entering politics he was a forklift operator. Webb’s public service career began in 1972 when he was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives. In 1977, … Read MoreWellington E. Webb (1941- )