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    • Mrs. Robert Morrison (Formerly Miss De Soto)

    • Studio portrait of Mrs. Robert (Edelinera M.) Morrison, wife of lawyer Robert S. Morrison, and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. She wears a dress with a v-neck and ruffles. She has on necklaces. Her hair is up in curls and...
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    • John H. McMurdy

    • Studio portrait of John M. McMurdy, a lawyer and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a dark coat and bow tie. His wavy hair is thinning and he has it combed back and parted on the side. He has a burnside mustache and...
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    • The Sutro Baths, San Francisco, California

    • An exterior view of the Sutro Baths in San Francisco (Marin County), California, shows a smokestack above possibly a boiler building, and bath buildings on the shore of San Francisco Bay. Shows the Telegraph Hill observatory in the distance. A man...
    • Graham, Charles, 1852-1911.
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    • Frank Sparks

    • Studio portrait of Frank Sparks, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado, from 1869 to 1872. He is clean shaven and his hair is parted and combed back in a cowlick. He wears a dark coat and vest, a shirt with an upright collar and...
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    • Joseph W. Watson

    • Studio portrait of Joseph W. Watson, a mining agent in Georgetown (Clear Creek County) and later a miner in Denver, Colorado. He is clean shaven, he has long sideburns and his hair is parted and combed back in a pompadour. He wears a dark coat with...
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    • Tong, Mont

    • Studio portrait of Mont Tong, a saloon keeper in Georgetown, Colorado. He has a waxed mustache and his hair is parted with a cowlick. He wears a dark coat with piping and a white bow tie.
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    • Mr. E.S. Weaver

    • Studio portrait of Elisha S. Weaver, a mine operator in Georgetown, Colorado. This elderly man wears his gray hair combed back with a cowlick and he has a full waxed mustache. He wears a dark coat and tie.
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    • Scenes on the road to the Klondike

    • Men row a canoe through rapids on the Yukon River and Lake Bennett (Yukon Territory) in Canada. Shows spectators beside a dog sled team in the road beside log buildings in Dawson, Canada. Tents and frame buildings are at the edge of the Klondike...
    • Adney, Tappan, 1868-1950.
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    • Bill Updyke

    • Studio portrait of William (Bill) Updyke, a miner, he reputedly drove the first stage to Central City (Gilpin County), Colorado. His hair is parted on the side and he has a Van Dyke beard. He wears a jacket with wide lapels and velvet trim at the...
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    • Lewis E. Taylor

    • Studio portrait of Lewis E. Taylor, a carpenter in Georgetown, Colorado. He wears his gray hair combed back and has bushy mutton chops and beard. He wears a jacket and bow tie.
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    • Shepard, D.W.

    • Studio portrait of probably Darwin W. Shepard, a mining promoter in Denver, Colorado. He is balding, wears his hair short and has a bushy mustache with waxed ends. He wears a jacket and tie.
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    • Thos. G. Lockhart died, Los Angeles, June 19, 1914.

    • Studio portrait of Thomas G. Lockhart. Los Angeles, California. He discovered the Tonopah Extension mine at Tonopah, Nevada, and was part owner of the Florence-Goldfield Mining Company in Goldfield, Nevada, he became a millionaire. He poses in an...
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    • John Stromberg

    • Studio portrait of John Stromberg, a druggist and resident of Denver, Colorado. He owned drugstores in Denver, Longmont and Ouray. He wears a shirt with an upright collar, a jacket and a wide white tie. His hair is parted on the side and he has a...
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    • Sid Williams

    • Studio portrait of Sid Williams, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a shirt, jacket and tie. His hair is parted on the side, he is balding and has a waxed mustache.
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    • Robbins, Mrs. Margaret

    • Studio portrait of Mrs. Margaret Robbins, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek), Colorado. She has her waved, gray hair parted in the middle and pulled back. She wears a dress with pleats, a high collar and a pin.
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    • Roberts

    • Studio portrait of Mr. Roberts, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek), Colorado. He has gray hair, is balding and has a full waxed mustache. He wears a jacket and a white bow tie.
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    • Wm. Walker

    • Studio portrait of William Walker, a coach driver in Brownsville (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears his hair parted on the side and has a full, waxed mustache. He wears a dark jacket, a white shirt front and a bow tie.
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    • A midwinter blockade in the Rocky Mountains

    • Men carry food supplies in baskets to passengers on a train snowbound in a canyon in the Rocky Mountains. A man with a shovel and men in hats, coats and gloves stand in the deep snow. Shows a railroad signal beside the tracks, passengers, and smoke...
    • Peters, G. W.
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    • Hugh R. Steele

    • Studio portrait of Hugh R. Steele, a school teacher in Silver Plume (Clear Creek County) and later a resident of Littleton. He was Secretary of the Society of Colorado Pioneers in Denver, Colorado. He has gray hair, is balding and has a full...
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    • Geo. L. Sites

    • Studio portrait of George L. Sites, a miner in Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. (He later worked as a stone contractor in Denver). He wears a jacket, a shirt with an upright collar and a tie. He has a gray, full, trimmed beard and has...
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    • The Sioux war

    • A covered wagon train crosses the Powder River at Fort Reno in Johnson County, Wyoming. Soldiers march in formation during a snowstorm at Fort Fetterman, and soldiers, members of the Powder River Expedition, covered wagons and pack mules cross the...
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    • Jacob Snider

    • Studio portrait of Jacob Snider (Snyder?), a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a shirt with studs, a jacket with wide lapels and an oversized bow tie. His hair is parted on the side, and he is clean shaven.
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    • Wright, Mrs. A

    • Studio portrait of Mrs. A. (possibly Aceny) Wright, a resident of Idaho Springs (Clear Creek County), Colorado. She wears a dress with puff sleeves and a lace and crocheted collar and bodice. She wears eyeglasses and has her waved, gray hair parted...
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    • Colorado representative persons and places

    • Views of Pike's Peak, Austin Bluff, Loch Ivanhoe, the Robertson & Doll Carriage Factory, and Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Portraits of men include H. B. Chamberlain, Denver business man, H. P. Cowenhoven, an Aspen business man and banker, and Dr....
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    • Williams, Sidney came to Colo 1860

    • Studio portrait of Sidney Williams, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a dark shirt and jacket. He has a mustache, is bald and wears glasses.
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    • Chas. B. Patterson

    • Studio portrait of Charles B. Patterson, a clerk, a landlord and a member of the 1865 Colorado Constitutional Convention and resident of Idaho Springs (Clear Creek County), and later, Littleton (Arapahoe County), Colorado. He is clean shaven and...
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    • Hattie Post

    • Studio portrait of Hattie May Post, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek), Colorado. She has her hair in ringlets and pulled up and secured with a ribbon. She wears a dark dress with a high collar.
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    • U.S. Mint, Denver, Colo.

    • View of the United States Mint located at the corner of Cherokee Street and Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado. The building has barred windows with voussoir arches and a dentiled cornice.
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    • In the lobby of the Palace Hotel, Cripple Creek

    • Interior view of the Palace Hotel lobby in Cripple Creek (Teller County), Colorado. Men and a boy sit by a fireplace, talk, or stand in line at the reception desk.
    • Rogers, W. A. (William Allen), 1854-1931.
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    • Mclellan, Andrew

    • Studio portrait of Andrew Mclellan, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a jacket, vest and tie. His gray hair is parted on the side, and he has a mustache.
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    • Geo. M. Post ; Rachel Carnahan

    • Individual studio portraits of George M. Post and Rachel Carnahan, residents of Georgetown (Clear Creek), Colorado. George Post wears a dark vest and jacket, a shirt with an upright collar and a tie. He is clean shaven and his hair is parted on the...
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    • James A. Payne

    • Studio portrait of James A. Payne, a mine owner and gold miner in Idaho Springs (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a slouch hat with a silk hat band, a dark jacket, vest and necktie. He has a full gray beard with a long waxed mustache.
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    • Welcome Arch, Denver, Colo.

    • View of the Welcome Arch located near Union Station on 17th (Seventeenth) Street in Denver, Colorado. The steel arch with cladding has pilasters, and the word "Welcome" is cast on one side.
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    • Wm. A. Doyle

    • Studio portrait of William A. Doyle, an elderly gold miner probably from Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a sack jacket and a brimmed hat. He has wide sideburns and a full beard and mustache.
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    • Sites, Mrs. Geo. L.

    • Studio portrait of Mrs. George L. Sites (Sarah F.), a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County) and later Denver, Colorado. Her husband was a miner and contractor. Her dark hair has gray steaks on the sides, she wears it up and pulled back. She...
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    • State Capitol, Denver, Colo.

    • View of the Colorado State Capitol located on Broadway between 14th and Colfax Avenues in Denver, Colorado. The building is reminiscent of the United States Capitol and was designed by Elijah E. Meyers.
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    • Capt. Eli Dickerson

    • Studio portrait of Captain Eli Dickerson, a miner from Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears an Army jacket with captain's stripes and brass buttons over a buttoned vest, he has a scarf around his neck. His wavy, dark hair is parted...
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    • Wilde on U.S. Something to "Live Up" to in America

    • Cartoon depicts author Oscar Wilde commenting on western clothing. He holds boots and a wide brimmed hat that reads: "The Picturesque Miners in the Rocky Mountains." A money bag in his pocket reads: "Ugly." Boots on the floor hold cut flowers, a...
    • Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902.
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    • D. I. Ezekiel

    • Studio portrait of D. I. Ezekiel, a resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. The man wears a wool sack jacket, a shirt with an upstanding collar and a bow tie. He has gray hair and a full, gray, mustache.
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    • Taylor, Robert William

    • Studio portrait of Robert William Taylor, a resident of Montezuma (Summit County), Jefferson County and Littleton (Arapahoe County), Colorado. He was a farmer and one of the discoverers of silver in the Argentine District (Clear Creek County),...
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    • John M. Dumont

    • Studio portrait of John M. Dumont, a steel-plate engraver from Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. The elderly man wears a jacket, a shirt with an upstanding collar, a bow tie and a brimmed hat.. He has white hair and a full, white, waxed...
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    • J.W. Dripp

    • Studio portrait of James W. Dripp, a miner from Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. The elderly man wears a jacket, vest, a shirt with an upstanding collar and a necktie. He is balding and has white hair, parted on the side, and a full...
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    • Wilson Price Hunt

    • Portrait of Wilson Price Hunt, American explorer and fur trader.
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    • Is Colorado in America?

    • Poster published by the Western Federation of miners in Colorado. Shows an American flag listing the grievances of the union; a union miner, Henry Maki, shackled to a telephone pole in Telluride; and an appeal for donations to the union.
    • Western Federation of Miners.
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