Mrs. Mary Neosha Williams, who hired carpenter John Spence to built the building over ten years starting in 1886, called her seventeen room home in Evergreen, Colorado, Camp Neosha. When Mrs. Williams daughter Dr. Josepha Williams Douglas and her...
Hopi ceramic tiles collected by Canon Charles Winfred Douglas, some with kachina images, decorate the fireplace at the Homestead, known also as Camp Neosha and Hiwan Ranch, in Evergreen, Colorado. A log and aspen branches lie on the andirons, and...
The Humphrey house in Fillus Park, Evergreen, Colorado, was owned by Lucius Edwin Humphrey, editor of the Denver Republican. The house is made of logs and has a hipped roof with dormers, and a shed porch is attached. Other buildings and fences are...
Humphrey, Lucius Edwin--Homes & haunts.; Evergreen (Colo.)--1920-1930.; Houses--Colorado--Evergreen--1920-1930.
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