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William Boyd and Arlington Fincher in front of Boyd's blacksmith shop in Breckenridge
- 1886-1904 (Creation)
1 photograph, 6.5 x 4.5 inches; on card mount, 10 x 8 inches
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William W. Boyd and his apprentice, Arlington Fincher, stand in front of Boyd's blacksmith shop located at the northeast corner of Main Street and Carter Avenue (now named Wellington Road) in Breckenridge, Colorado. Boyd owned the shop from 1886 through March 5, 1904, when he sold his shop to Fincher. Boyd, dressed in a suit and hat, stands outside the front-gabled building with horizontal wood clapboard. Fincher, wearing a blacksmith apron, stands opposite, with his hand on his hip. In view through the open doorway is a grinding wheel, probably foot-powered.
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This digital object has no restrictions and is free to use. All reproductions must include the appropriate credit: "Breckenridge History Photograph Collection; Gift of John and Wendy Cooney Family. Breckenridge History, Colorado."