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    • Eliza Stevens house in Dry Gulch Nevadaville

    • The Eliza Stevens house, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a dilapidated frame structure with boarded-over windows, a side gable, and a single leaf door. Another dwelling is in the background.
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    • [1937 or 1938?]
    • Jane Williams house Letcher St. - Nevadaville

    • The Jane Williams house on Letcher Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a frame house, has a cross gabled roof with a brick chimney and stovepipe. The windows have curtains in them; snow covers the porch and foreground. Abandoned...
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    • December 27, 1937
    • Leonard Nichols, last resident of Nevadaville, Colorado

    • Leonard Nichols grins and walks on Main Street in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado. A residence tops a stone retaining wall behind him. The Masonic Lodge has a brick front with arched windows on both floors and an incised panel under the...
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    • [between 1931 and 1935?]
    • Mary E. Prouse, Main St., built after 1894, newest house in Nevadaville

    • The Mary E. Prouse home, on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a shed roofed extension and imbrication in the second floor gable. Lathe turned piers support an awning over the stoop; lumber and debris are in the yard. Another...
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    • [between 1937 and 1939?]
    • Nevadaville Elizabeth Prouse house built about 1895

    • The Mary E. Prouse home, on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a shed roofed extension and imbrication in the second floor gable. Lathe turned piers support an awning over the balustraded stoop. A stone retaining wall fronts...
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    • 1937
    • Nevadaville Grace Waters house Main St

    • The Grace Waters house, on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one-story frame structure with a shingle roof, a stone foundation, and a retaining wall. The doors and windows have been boarded over; the Thomas Davy house is in...
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    • February, 1938
    • Nevadaville house? torn down in 1939

    • This square, cottage-roofed structure in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one-story frame building. The windows and doors have been removed; a buckboard and a 1930s sedan are in front by rock retaining wall.
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    • [between 1937 and 1939?]
    • Nevadaville house on Quartz Hill owner? summer '39

    • This one-story frame dwelling in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a shingle roof and vertical board siding. The doors and windows have been removed or boarded over; dwellings, automobiles, and the Pozo Mill are in the background.
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    • 1939
    • Prouse house, Nevadaville, spg.

    • The Mary E. Prouse home on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a shed roofed extension and imbrication in the second floor gable. Lathe turned piers support an awning over the stoop; lumber and debris are in the yard. A stone...
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    • 1939
    • Nevadaville James Grenfell house on Main St.

    • James Grenfell's dilapidated one-story frame house on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a gable roof and shed roofed extensions to the sides. The windows and doors have been removed; rock retaining wall crumbles in the...
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    • [between 1938 and 1940?]
    • Nevadaville Jane Williams house Letcher St Built in the '70's

    • The Jane Williams house, on Letcher Street in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one-story frame residence with a cross gabled roof, a brick chimney, and a stovepipe. The windows have curtains in them; snow and debris covers the porch and...
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    • February, 1938
    • Nevadaville Main St., owner?

    • This dilapidated one-story frame house on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has a gable roof and a shed roofed extension. The windows have been removed; rock retaining wall is in the foreground.
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    • [between 1938 and 1940?]
    • Nevadaville Mary Bolinger house King St. torn down 1938

    • The Mary Bolinger house, a dilapidated frame residence on King Street in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, sits atop stone retaining walls covered in snow. The doors and windows have been removed.
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    • [1937 or 1938?]
    • Thos. O. Davy house Main St. Nevadaville

    • The Thomas O. Davy house, on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a dilapidated one-story frame L-shaped structure with a shingle roof and a stone foundation. The doors and windows have been removed; a flagpole is mounted on the...
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    • January, 1938
    • Nevadaville Main St., owner?

    • A dilapidated two-story frame house on Main Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, has an intersecting gable roof and a covered porch with a balustrade. The square piers have capitals; door and window openings are empty. A stone retaining...
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    • [between 1938 and 1940?]
    • Nevadaville Nannie Richards house on Church St.

    • The Nannie Richards house, on Church Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a dilapidated frame structure with a brick chimney centered on a gable roof. Door and window openings are empty; snow is on the ground.
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    • [between 1938 and 1940?]
    • Nevadaville old John Lyng house, spring

    • The John Lyng house, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a dilapidated frame structure with a brick chimney, gable roof, and shed roofed extension. Door and window openings are empty or covered in corrugated metal; rock retaining wall...
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    • 1940
    • Nevadaville old Williams house on Main St.

    • The Williams residence in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is concealed by trees in the front yard. Picket fence lines Main Street; wooden steps span the stone retaining wall. Barns, dwellings, and mining buildings are in the background.
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    • [1937 or 1938?]
    • Nevadaville W. S. Richards Denver built in 90's Letcher St.

    • The W. S. Richards' house on Letcher Street, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one story, L-shaped frame structure with a gable roof. The covered porch has a balustrade and jigsaw ornamentation on the frieze. The cross gabled end has a...
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    • [between 1938 and 1940?]
    • Nevadaville, barn back of present W. C. Russell house built in '60s

    • The frame barn and privies behind the Russell house are covered with snow and icicles in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado. A wagon frame is by the window, and an outhouse is propped up with boards. Another dwelling is in the background.
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    • [between 1937 and 1939?]
    • Nevadaville, James Cannon house on Kenosha St

    • The James Cannon house in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, tops a stone retaining wall on Kenosha Street. An inset porch has bargeboard; the windows and doors are all gone. Sheds and snow are in the foreground; a mining facility is in the...
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    • [between 1937 and 1939?]
    • Nevadaville "My house," spring, W. C. Russel Jr.

    • The W. C. Russell Jr. residence, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one story frame structure with side extensions and a covered porch. A paned, double-hung window in the gable matches others on the ground floor; lumber and a shed are in...
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    • 1939
    • Nevadaville "My house," summer, W. C. Russel Jr.

    • The W. C. Russell Jr. residence, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one story frame structure with side extensions and a covered porch. A paned, double hung window in the gable matches others on the ground floor; lumber and a shed are in...
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    • 1939
    • Nevadaville W. C. Russell Jr. house

    • The W. C. Russell Jr. residence, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one-story frame structure with side extensions and porch frames. Snowdrifts fill the yard, enclosed by retaining walls. A sign on the clapboard siding offers a reward...
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    • 1939
    • Nevadaville W. C. Russel Jr. house, winter

    • The W. C. Russell Jr. residence, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one story frame structure with side extensions and a covered porch. A paned, double-hung window in the gable matches others on the ground floor; lumber and a shed are in...
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    • 1939
    • Nevadaville W. C. Russell Jr. house, winter

    • The W. C. Russell residence, in Nevadaville, Gilpin County, Colorado, is a one story frame structure with side extensions and cross gables. A paned, double hung window in the facing gable matches others on the ground floor, and a flat roofed...
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    • 1938

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