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    • Examening [sic] the ore vein

    • Underground in a mine, somewhere in Colorado; two men examining vein at end of tunnel or shaft, support timbers in shaft and extra ones on floor; miners with felt hats, suit jackets and pants tucked in laced up boots holding candles for...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Gregory Gulch, Central City, Colorado

    • Several houses stand along a dirt road in Gregory Gulch in Gilpin County, Colorado. The gulch was named after John H. Gregory, who first discovered gold in Colorado in 1859. The cut in the hillside shows the vein Gregory followed in search of...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Blackhawk, Colorado 1860-1869

    • and built in 1863. The Blackhawk schoolhouse was built in the lot next to the church in 1870. Mine shafthouses line the hill in the background and above the church.; The Commission House, a wholesale and retail grocery store, stands adjacent to a...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.;
    • [between 1899 and 1920?]
    • Gregory Monument dedication

    • Three unidentified men are gathered in the midground in the vein where John H. Gregory first discovered gold at Mountain City near Central City, Colorado, in 1859. The group is gathered for the July 23, 1932 dedication of the Gregory Monument, a...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [1932]
    • Gregory Monument dedication

    • Three men, two wearing suits and the third wearing a coat over overalls, stand in the rocky vein where John H. Gregory first discovered gold in Mountain City near Central City, Colorado, in 1859. The men are gathered at the site for the July 23,...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [1932]
    • Mendota Mine & upper workings, east edge of Brownsville

    • View of Brownsville (Clear Creek County), Colorado. Shows Colorado Central Railroad track, a cabin and outhouse, frozen Clear Creek, the Fox & Hound Saloon, houses, the boiler house, and a mine railroad trestle for the Victoria Tunnel and Mendota...
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    • Engineer examining 22 foot vein

    • Mining engineers pose by a coal vein at the Elk Mountain coal mine in Gunnison County, Colorado.
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    • 1910 April 18
    • 15 inch vein, #3 drift

    • View shows a fifteen inch vein of gold in an unidentified mine owned by the Orizaba Mines Company, Grand County, Colorado.
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    • 1921?
    • The ore vein

    • View of a pickaxe marking the location of a vein of ore running through surrounding rock in mine shaft somewhere in Colorado. Candles light the area.
    • Smith-Hassell Co.
    • [between 1899 and 1901]
    • Quartz vein, Mineral Point

    • View of a prominent quartz vein and probably the Oyama Mine near Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows a mountain valley and a pond.
    • Bachman, Al.
    • 1973
    • Mine holes on quartz vein, Mineral Point

    • View of mines on the quartz vein near Mineral Point (San Juan County), Colorado. Shows tunnel openings, tailings piles, and old lumber.
    • Bachman, Al.
    • 1967
    • The famous Bonanza Mine

    • Men dig in a large crevice near a wooden mine works building at the Bonanza Mine. Mine tailings stand near the crevice. The building has a metal smokestack. An anchored pole stands near the building.
    • Poley, H. S. (Horace Swartley)
    • [between 1890 and 1915]
    • Cowboy Vein Gilsonite Mine Bandanna, Denver & Salt Lake R. R.

    • View of the Cowboy Vein of a Gilsonite Mine, Bandanna Camp, west of Craig, Colorado; piles of Gilsonite (trademark name for uintaite, a black lustrous asphalt) surround a mine shaft; a miner in overalls stands under a scaffolding with pulley...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [1915?]
    • Cowboy Vein, Gilsonite Mine, Bandanna Denver & Salt Lake R. R.

    • View of the Cowboy Vein of a Gilsonite (trademark name for uintaite, a lustrous asphalt) mine at Bandanna Camp, west of Craig, Colorado; shows three men with arms outstretched at the edge of the open shaft .
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [1915?]
    • Gilsonite Vein, Bonanza Dist Denver & Salt Lake R. R.

    • View of a shallow, mined Gilsonite (trademark name for uintaite, a black lustrous asphalt) vein in the Bonanza District, either in Uintah County, Utah, or Rio Blanco County, Colorado; sagebrush surrounds the gash, with slag at left and right.
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [1915?]
    • Gilsonite Vein, Bonanza Denver & Salt Lake R. R.

    • View of a vein of Gilsonite (trademark name for uintaite, a black lustrous asphalt) in the Bonanza District, either in Rio Blanco County, Colorado, or Uintah County, Utah; vertical mineshaft in foreground is surrounded by slag pile and shredded...
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [1915?]
    • Mining, Gilpin County

    • Several buildings line the dirt roads below the Cook Mine on Bobtail Hill in Gregory Gulch in Gilpin County, Colorado. The deep vein on the hill in the right midground is where John H. Gregory first discovered gold in Colorado in 1859. The stone...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Marble mining

    • View looking southward from the east side of Yule Creek, shows mining equipment precariously aligned on an exposed vein of marble at the quarries on the west side of Yule Creek, four miles south of Marble (Gunnison County), Colorado. The third...
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    • [between 1914 and 1941]
    • La Veta Hotel - Gunnison

    • View of the La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison (Gunnison County), Colorado; shows a Victorian brick structure with mansard roofs and dormers. Stagecoaches and buggies are at the entry; cliffs and hills are in the background.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1882 and 1900?]
    • Prospector's cabin near Slavonia

    • View of a dilapidated log cabin among trees and rocky hillsides, near Slavonia (Routt County), Colorado.
    • Alexander, photographer.
    • [between 1940 and 1960?]
    • Gregory Monument, Central City, Colorado

    • A telegraph or telephone pole stands in front of a sign reading: "On this ground, later known as Gregory Diggings, John H. Gregory discovered the first gold quartz mine in Colorado. May 6, 1859. This lode has produced $20,000,000.00 in gold." The...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.;
    • [1932]
    • Dyersville

    • View overlooking the ghost town of Dyersville, Colorado, in Summit County. Decaying buildings and overgrown vegetation around structures.
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    • 1962
    • Gunnell - $35,000

    • View of 'sponge' gold from a mine on the Gunnell Vein, in Gilpin County, Colorado.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • La Veta Hotel

    • Exterior view of the grand La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; The Victorian brick structure features: four story center with a mansard roof and dormers, an open walkway with iron crest rail, second and third story...
    • Dean, Frank E., photographer.
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    • Notice of location of a quartz claim

    • Reproduction shows a hand-written mining claim for the Bunker Hill Lode, on Milo Creek, in the Yreka Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, signed by Philip O'Rourke and Whitney [?] N. S. Kellogg.
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    • September, 1885
    • Gregory Gulch, Central City, Colorado

    • owned by Fred Kruse and founded by Belden & Company during the area's mining heyday.; Two dirt roads intersect in the foreground of this view of Gregory Gulch, named for John H. Gregory who first discovered gold in Gilpin County, Colorado, in 1859....
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Barlow-Colorow Mine, Rainbow Lode

    • View of Uintah Basin in (Uintah County), Utah; shows Gilsonite mining operations north of Rainbow Junction, Uintah Railway railroad tracks, the Rainbow Vein, a trestle, snow, and sandstone cliffs.
    • Kennedy, Frank A.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Gregory Gulch, Central City, Colorado

    • mines. In the right foreground, the building with a band of arches on its facade was the grocery and provisions store owned by Fred Kruse and founded by Belden & Company during the area's mining heyday.; Two dirt roads intersect in the foreground...
    • Lake, Harry H., 1860-1952.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Joe Howland owner of La Veta

    • Joe Howland poses in front of his La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; Victorian brick structure features: portico entrance, second and third story balconies, corbelled cornices, stone window lintels and first floor...
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    • [between 1912 and 1920]
    • La Veta Hotel

    • Exterior view of the La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; Victorian brick structure features: four story center with mansard roof and dormers, second and third story balconies, flat roof three-story wings, corbelled...
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    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • La Veta Hotel, Gunnison

    • Exterior view of the La Veta Hotel entrance, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; Victorian brick structure features: a portico with two floors of balconies above, iron posts with decorative spindles, stepped entry with pairs of...
    • Fisher, Theodore.
    • 1942
    • La Veta Hotel, Gunnison

    • Partial view of the northwest wing of the La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; Victorian brick structure features: second and third story balconies, flat roof three-story wing, corbelled cornice, stone window lintels...
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    • [between 1884 and 1885]
    • La Veta Hotel, Gunnison

    • Exterior view of the La Veta Hotel, "The Vein," 219 South Boulevard, Gunnison, Colorado; Victorian brick structure features: four story center with mansard roof and dormers, second and third story balconies, flat roof three-story wings, corbelled...
    • Fisher, Theodore.
    • 1942
    • The Gold Medal Mine, Bird's-Eye Gulch, Leadville, Colorado

    • View of a boarding house and a stamp mill building at a mine identified as the Gold Medal Mine near Leadville in Lake County, Colorado. Shows buildings, a creek and a road in Birdseye Gulch. Switchbacks, tunnels and probably a tramway are on...
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    • 1879 October 13

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