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    • Zephyr View Cabin

    • The Zephyr View Cabin was built by William Pitts in the Lincoln Hills County Club area in Pinecliffe, Colo. Lincoln Hills was the the only African-American mountain resorts in the western United States during the early and middle 20th century....
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    • circa 1950's
    • Yen 34

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    • 2012
    • Yeager Family

    • Photograph of the Yeager family as they welcome a new baby home. The father holds the infant while the other five siblings sit around him.
    • Saint Philomena Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1963
    • Yeager Family

    • Photograph of the Yeager siblings.
    • Saint Philomena Church (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1996
    • Y-walls of the Row Houses

    • An interesting "Y-wall" excavated at the rear of the row houses. Photo Credit: History Colorado
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    • 2009 Aug 12
    • Women tour group at City Park

    • Photograph of a women's tour group at City Park in Denver, Colorado. The women in the photograph are divided into two groups. One group stand by a Civil War canon and the other sit on a horse-less carriage known as the Seeing Denver Bus.
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    • 1907 March 26
    • Women in front of Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Melba Hamlet in front of Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. A hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County Club area which...
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    • 1957 September
    • Woman with Girl

    • Photograph of a woman and small girl next to a pond in Globeville, Colorado. Sections of this neighborhood were demolished to make way for Interstate 70.
    • Globeville (Denver, Colo.)
    • 1943
    • Woman washing car

    • Photograph of a woman washing a car outside of the Wonder family home in Globeville, Colorado. Sections of this neighborhood were demolished to make way for Interstate 70.
    • Globeville (Denver, Colo.)
    • circa 1945
    • Woman on mini bike

    • Photograph of a member of the Wonder family riding a mini-bike on a dirt road in the Globeville neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Sections of this neighborhood were demolished to make way for Interstate 70.
    • Globeville (Denver, Colo.)
    • circa 1970
    • Woman holding chicken in front of Wink's Panorama (Wink's Lodge)

    • Wendell Hamlet's sister, Lillian hold a chicken near Winks Panorama also known as Winks Lodge. The hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Woman and children

    • Photograph of a woman and two small children holding hands in the front yard of the Wonder home in Globeville, Colorado. Sections of this neighborhood were demolished to make way for Interstate 70.
    • Globeville (Denver, Colo.)
    • circa 1945
    • Winter Wonderland

    • Invitation to the Winter Wonderland dance at East High School.
    • East High School (Denver, Colo.)
    • circa December 12, 1943
    • Winks Tavern

    • Winks Lodge and Tavern in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Panorama postcard

    • Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County Club area which was the only...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Winks Panorama (Wink's Lodge) exterior with car

    • Winks Panorama, (also known as Winks Lodge) was a hotel near Pinecliffe, Colorado that served African-American tourists during the early and middle 20th century. The lodge was built in the Lincoln Hills County Club area which was the only...
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    • circa 1950's
    • Winks Lodge: Wrap-around Porch

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: WPA Outhouse

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: WPA Grill

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Wood Stove

    • Two unidentified people sitting next to the wood stove used for heat in the winter (not original) at Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the...
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2004 July
    • Winks Lodge: Wood saw

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2011 August
    • Winks Lodge: Winks' Original Rhubarb

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Winks Lodge: Thank you for coming!

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2011 August
    • Winks Lodge: Wink's winter quarters

    • Wink's winter quarters (now pool room) at Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2004 July
    • Winks Lodge: Windows and Roof

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2005 October
    • Winks Lodge: Welcome to Winks Lodge

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Welcome

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Visitors

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2011 August
    • Winks Lodge: Visitors

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2011 August
    • Winks Lodge: Upstairs Bathroom

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Upstairs Bathroom

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2005 October
    • Winks Lodge: Thank you for coming!

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Summer Kitchen, Now Bathroom

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2010
    • Winks Lodge: Stove

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2004 July
    • Winks Lodge: Steps and Patio

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Lodge: Steps

    • Steps that Rob Tomerlin (former owner) made going from back of dining room to basement. Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest...
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2005 October
    • Winks Lodge: Rob Tomerlin

    • Rob Tomerlin former owner of Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2005 September
    • Winks Lodge: Rhubarb

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Lodge: Resting in the Sitting room

    • Jennie Rucker, Rob and Martha Tomerlin (former owners) of Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the...
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2002 August
    • Winks Lodge: Porch and Patio

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2005 October
    • Winks Lodge: Porch

    • Porch where dining and dancing took place. Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains.
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2002 August
    • Winks Lodge: Picnic James P. Beckwourth Mountain Club.

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains. The building is now owned and operated by the James P....
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Lodge: Picnic James P. Beckwourth Mountain Club.

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains. The building is now owned and operated by the James P....
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Lodge: Picnic James P. Beckwourth Mountain Club.

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains. The building is now owned and operated by the James P....
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006
    • Winks Lodge: Picnic  James P. Beckwourth Mountain Club.

    • Winks Lodge in Lincoln Hills (Gilpin County). Built in 1925 by architect Wendall Hamlet, the lodge was a place for African Americans to escape the city for rest and relaxation in the mountains. The building is now owned and operated by the James P....
    • Lincoln Hills (Colo.)
    • 2006

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