View looking west on Alpine (Sixth) Street, Georgetown, Colorado. Storefronts are on both sides of the street; on the left Mrs. Hazel McAdams, the owner of the Hotel de Paris, walks onto the sidewalk. Behind her, on the building on the corner of Alpine and Taos Streets, are signs that read "Enjoy Coca-Cola" and "Ice Cream, Liqu" (obscured). Across the street is the three-story brick Cushman Block; a sign on the side wall reads: "Druggists. Mexican corn cure. A great remedy. Albina Cream, 'The Skin Food' Dr. Flint's Headache Powders. None Better Breakfast Call Roasted Coffee" (with a picture of a coffee can). Down the street the letters "Bar" and the Fish Block is recognizable. Telephone poles line the street; several 1930s and 1940s automobiles are parked.
Formerly F11151.; Hand-written in ink on back of photoprint: April 1946. In pencil: Woman in foreground is Mrs. Hazel McAdams who sold Hotel de Paris to Colonial Dames Society. Georgetown - Streets - Alpine Street.; Title hand-written on back of photoprint.; R7100011311
1 copy photonegative ; 13 x 18 cm. (5 x 7 in.); 1 photoprint ; 15 x 17 cm. (5 3/4 x 6 1/2 in.)
Georgetown (Colo.)--1940-1950.; Business districts--Colorado--Georgetown--1940-1950.; Streets--Colorado--Georgetown--1940-1950.
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