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Agnes and Charline Finding pose with friends and dogs at the Silverthorn's house on Main Street, Breckenridge

Well-dressed young women and one young man pose with dogs on the covered front porch of Judge Marshall and Agnes (Ralston) Silverthorn's house on Main Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1910s. The two women sitting on the porch's lower steps may be the Silverthorn's granddaughters, Agnes Eleanor Finding (left, in a contrasting vertical stripe dress and cradling a small dog) and her sister Charline Antoinette (right, wearing a dark dress with white paneled front and a large brimmed hat with white plumes). Between them, sitting on the top step, is a girl holding a puppy on her lap and a large dog. Another woman sits on a chair by the front door, her gloved hands folded across her lap. A bicycle leans against a chair in the lawn.

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Charles Finding in the doorway of his hardware store on Main Street, Breckenridge

Charles A. Finding (left) and another man stand in the doorway of Finding's redstone-front hardware store. A coal burning or parlor stove is visible through the open door. Etched in the glass window above the doorway is "C.A. Finding"; painted across the window frame are the words "Stoves, Tinware, Steam & Gas Fittings, Rope, Iron, Steel and Nails". The reflection of buildings across the street is visible in the large storefront windows. Adjacent the sidewalk and street is a standing water spigot. Quote from handwritten text on the reverse: "Finding Hardware Store - Mrs. Miner's father".

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Men posed in front of Charles Finding's Hardware Store on Main Street, Breckenridge

Men sit or stand on the wooden boardwalk fronting Charles A. Finding's hardware store on the east side of Main Street, Breckenridge. Reflections of buildings across the street can be seen in the two large storefront windows and transom above the door entrance. Finding's redstone facade store is flanked by wood false-front buildings. Pictured on the left is the Livery. Handwritten on the reverse: "Finding Hardware store, Breckenridge" and "Miner". Circa 1885-1910.

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The Finding family poses in front of their home on Main Street, Breckenridge

The Finding residence on North Main Street, Breckenridge. Charles stands beside the open gate and his wife Martha holds the reins of a horse on the front lawn. Their daughters, Charline Antoinette "Tonnie" (in dark dress) and Agnes (wearing a striped dress under a white pinafore) stand on the street side of the fence. Laying on the ground between them are two dogs, probably the family's pets. An unpainted picket fence encloses the tree-covered property and in the front yard is a large water fountain.

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