Angel's Rest Saloon

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              cou-bha BHA.0009-007-012 · Item · 2002
              Part of Town of Breckenridge Cultural Resource Surveys, 2000-2018

              Architectural Inventory Form for 110 South Ridge Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. Historic building name: Lewis F. Hilliard House. Date of construction (actual): 1880-1881. The house is best known as the home of Lewis F. Hilliard, who gained fame as the assayer who cleaned and weighed "Tom's Baby", Colorado's largest gold nugget.

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              cou-bha BHA.0011-001-071 · Item · 1975-1980
              Part of Town of Breckenridge Inventory of Historic District Structures, 1975-1980

              Quoted from the 1980 National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form: "118. Angel's Rest Saloon. 110 South Ridge. 1880s, two stories, horizontal, rough-plank construction, salt-box roof plan, gable roof in Alpine style, scalloped window and door surrounds, shingled projection supported by simple brackets delineates first story, scalloped bargeboard on roofline."