View of a 156 ounce specimen of crystallized gold, known as "Tom's Baby," taken from the Gold Flake Mine on Farncomb Hill, near Breckenridge, Summit County, Colorado. The specimen was named after Tom Groves, one of the miners who discovered it.
Summit County (Colo.)--1890-1900.; Gold--Colorado--Summit County--1890-1900.; Mining--Colorado--Summit County--1890-1900.
This view from Carbonate Hill northwest across Leadville, Colorado, includes wood frame residences, the Tabor Opera House, the old Lake County Courthouse, the Vendome Hotel, and the old high school. Crushers, smelters with smokestacks, and mine...
A rock formation in Trinidad, Colorado has an upthrust layer of weathered stone standing exposed and almost perpendicular. Evergreens dot the talus at the base of the formation in the background, and a cottonwood grows by the near end. Signs on...
Trinidad (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Parks--Colorado--Trinidad--1900-1910.; Rock formations--Colorado--Trinidad--1900-1910.
View in St. Mary's auditorium, Walsenburg, Huerfano County, Colorado, during the church's 75th anniversary celebration; shows people at tables set with program cards, silverware, coffee cups, vases of flowers and taper candles.
Copy of an advertisement that appeared in the April 1, 1886 edition of the Georgetown Courier. Ad reads "2d Silver Benefit McClellan Opera House, One Night Only. Saturday Evening, April 3d. The Only and Original Buffalo Bill Hon. W.F. Cody, Late...
Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Booklet created by Zion Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado celebrating fifteen years of service by Reverend Frank M. Davis.
Zion Baptist Church (Denver, Colo.); Davis, Frank M.--pastor.; Clergy--Colorado--Denver.; Community churches--Colorado--Denver.; African American churches--Colorado--Denver.; Baptists--Colorado--Denver.