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    • Climbing Continental Divide from Tolland, Boulder Park, Moffat Road

    • Left center of panorama shows Tolland (formerly Mammoth) in Boulder Park, Gilpin County, Colorado; shows a train climbing Giant's Ladder along the Moffat Road of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific towards the Continental Divide. The station,...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1904 and 1913]
    • Climbing Continental Divide from Tolland, Boulder Park, Moffat Road

    • Panorama view over Tolland (formerly Mammoth) in Boulder Park, Gilpin County, Colorado; shows locomotives 100, 106, and 301 with passenger cars on the Moffat Road of the Denver, Northwestern and Pacific; other trains make their way up and around...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1904 and 1920]
    • Jefferson County, Wolf homestead

    • View of the John B. Wolff log house, located near Wadsworth Boulevard and Clear Creek, Arvada, Colorado, shows the side gable hewn log structure with heavy chinking. The residence was built 1864, after the original house was destroyed by fire. An...
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    • [between 1920 and 1940]
    • Keota

    • The Burlington pepot in Keota, Weld County, Colorado, is a two- story frame building with a gable roof. Machine parts, crates, a barrel, milk cans, a semaphore signal, and a man and woman are on the dock by the tracks. The top of the watertower is...
    • Stanley, Clyde L., 1887-1976.
    • 1914 September 5
    • Keota Cemetery

    • Gravestones in Keota, Weld County, Colorado, are made of carved stone and have artificial flowers around them in the dirt and weeds. The watertower and buildings of the town are in the background.
    • Stanley, Clyde L., 1887-1976.
    • 1929 May
    • Keota from Windmill Tower

    • Keota, Weld County, Colorado, consists of a flat-roofed, frame commercial building and a gable roofed dwelling. Dirt road passes the Burlington Depot, a gable-roofed, two-story building with a semaphore signal. The top of the watertower and an...
    • Stanley, Clyde L., 1887-1976.
    • July 1936
    • Looking west on Grandview Ave. (Main St.)

    • View west along the main street, Railroad Street (Grand View Avenue, Grandview), Arvada, Jefferson County, Colorado; includes horse- drawn wagons and one automobile in front of a front gable wood frame building; two-story brick businesses with...
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    • [between 1908 and 1910]
    • McDonalds Ranch Monarch, Colorado

    • Snowy McDonald's Ranch, in Monarch, Grand County, Colorado, consists of frame or log buildings, fences, and a watertower.
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    • 1916
    • Mr. Brooking's view of Lake Minnequa Club House 1898

    • The Minnequa Club in Pueblo, Colorado, a retreat for workers of the Colorado Steel and Iron Company, is a two-story residential structure with balconies, porches and bay windows. Vines climb near the stairways, and chimneys rise from the...
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    • 1898
    • Pine Ridge Agency

    • View over the Native American Sioux, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, shows horse-drawn wagons, agency buildings and watertower.
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    • 1883
    • Salida, Colo.

    • View of Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado, shows Denver and Rio Grande Railroad passenger coaches, engines, roundhouse, sheds, and watertower. The Railroad Hospital, houses, and businesses are across the Arkansas River. Sawatch Range with snow is in...
    • Meigs.
    • March 29, 1903
    • Salida, Colorado

    • View of Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado, shows the roundhouse, sheds, watertower, and cars of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad by the Arkansas River. Houses, businesses, and Salida High School are beyond.
    • Meigs.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • The Old Minnequa Club Pueblo, Colorado

    • The Minnequa Club in Pueblo, Colorado, a retreat for workers of the Colorado Steel and Iron Company, is a two-story residential structure with balconies, porches and bay windows. Vines climb near the stairways, and chimneys rise from the...
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • This 1s Conejos County Court House in 1910

    • View along main street of the two and half-story stone courthouse, Conejos, Conejos County, San Luis Valley, Colorado; shows a portion of the steep apex roof missing; people line the street with wagons and belongings that include bedframes,...
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    • 1910

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