Fraser, Colorado, is decorated for the Fourth of July. The false front of the Cozens Lemmon Mercantile Company is swathed in bunting, with American flags at the top. A log building is decorated with flags, and other businesses have bunting. One...
Fourth of July celebrations--Colorado--Fraser--1900-1910.; Fraser (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Business districts--Colorado--Fraser--1900-1910.
A streetcar and tracks have been retouched in this image showing Main Street in Fraser, Colorado. Signs along the street read: "Rooms Meals," "Fraser Hotel rooms and meals," and, "Drugs." An elderly man is in the street, and children look on from...
The Cozens Lemmon Mercantile Company is a two-story building with a stepped false front and a one-story section on one side. The name of the business is on the front, and other signs read "Board and Rooms" and "Post Office." In 1906, William...
Fraser (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Mercantile facilities--Colorado--Fraser--1900-1910.; Post offices--Colorado--Fraser--1900-1910.
Clay C. Blough's pony is hitched to a post outside of the Cozens- Lemmon Mercantile Co. in Fraser, Colorado. Snow blankets the area and other false front buildings line the street. Mountains identified as the Snowy Range, part of the Continental...
View of Main Street in Frazer, Colorado, a rocky dirt road; commercial businesses include the Cozens Lemmon Mercantile Co. and a wood building with sign: "Gardeners Sa[?]" on its side. Evergreens are on the hill behind, and snow-capped mountains...
Fraser (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Business districts--Colorado--Fraser--1900-1910.
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