View towards tunnels forty-seven (47) and forty-eight (48) of Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway (later called Denver & Salt Lake Railroad) in Rock Creek Canyon, Colorado. The Moffat Road with standard gauge track on both sides of canyon.
Canyons--Colorado--1900-1930.; Railroad tracks--Colorado--1900-1930.; Tunnels--Colorado--1900-1930.; Denver, Northwestern and Pacific Railway.
A Native American (Cheyenne) woman and Big Elk's wife pose near a doorway, 47 miles from Fort Keogh, Montana. The women wear moccasins, dresses, and blanket shawls. Big Elk's wife wears a cloth belt and beaded necklaces.
Cheyenne Indians--Montana--1890-1900.; Indians of North America--Montana--1890-1900.; Spouses--Montana--1890-1900.; Women--Montana--1890-1900.; Big Elk--Family.
View of a train engine and box cars at Pando, Colorado. The white buildings near the base of the mountains are probably part of Camp Hale, the training headquarters of the Tenth Mountain Division. The image is divided by a closeup view of a rifle.
Railroads--Colorado--Pando--1940-1950.; Rifles--1940-1950.; United States. Army. Mountain Division, 10th.; Camp Hale (Colo.)--1940-1950.