View of Mount Evans, Colorado (elevation 14,260 feet), and Rosalie Peak (elevation 13,575 feet) above timberline from McClellan Mountain (elevation 13,575 feet); Mount Evans named after John Evans, second governor of Colorado Territory.
Evans, Mount (Colo.)--1900-1920.; Rosalie Peak (Colo.)--1900-1920.; Mountains--Colorado--1900-1920.
Government employees--Colorado--1860-1870.; Politics & government--Colorado--1860-1870.; Clark, George T., 1837-1888.; Gilpin, William, 1813-1894.; Weld, Lewis Ledyard.; Colorado 1862.; Colorado--Officials and employees--Selection and appointment.;...
Portrait of Samuel Hitt Elbert, Governor of Colorado Territory (1873-1874), wearing a beard and coat with wide lapels. Elbert also served as Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court; a town, county, and the state's highest mountain are named in...
Governors--Colorado--1880-1890.; Elbert, Samuel Hitt, 1833-1899.
Studio portrait of John Evans, governor of Colorado territory from 1862 to 1865; Evans founded the Denver Seminary (Denver University) and financed various Denver railroads. He wears a dark suit, vest and bow tie with a white shirt.
Studio portrait of John Evans, governor of Colorado territory from 1862 to 1865; he founded the Denver Seminary (Denver University) and financed various Denver railroads. He wears a dark suit, vest and bow tie with a white shirt.
Alexander Cameron Hunt's residence is across the calm surface of the Rio Grande river in Alamosa, Colorado. Hunt was the Republican Governor of the Colorado Territory from 1867-1869. Originally the residence of District Judge C.D. Hoyt, until 1878,...
Hoyt, C. D.--Homes & haunts.; Hunt, Alexander Cameron 1825-1894.--Homes & haunts.; Alamosa (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Houses--Colorado--Alamosa--1880-1890.
[between 1885 and 1887]
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