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Autumn view of the Gore Range, Colorado

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Scalloped edges. Caption on the reverse includes the four (4) b's Breckenridge logo: "Autumn Along Eagles Nest - Gore Range; Colorado Hwy. 9; Summit County, Colorful Colorado" and "The sublimity of this portion of the range is unconquerable. Located between Interstate Hwy. 70 interchange at Silverthorne and Green Mountain Reservoir, a Colorado State Recreational Area."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Boreas Pass in autumn, with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background. In the valley below is Goose Pasture Tarn Lake, located south of Breckenridge, Colorado, near the town of Blue River. Photograph was taken probably after Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Boreas Pass in autumn, with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background. In the valley below is Goose Pasture Tarn Lake, located south of Breckenridge, Colorado, near the town of Blue River. Photograph was taken probably after Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Golden yellow aspen trees along Boreas Pass road with Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 in view

A stand of golden yellow aspen trees along Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range. Boreas Pass road follows the old narrow gauge railroad bed from Como, in Park County, to Breckenridge, Colorado. Photograph was taken before Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background

Golden yellow autumn colors of aspen trees on Boreas Pass road with a view of Quandary Peak, Mount Helen and Peak 10 of the Tenmile Range in the background. In the valley below is Goose Pasture Tarn Lake, located south of Breckenridge, Colorado, near the town of Blue River. Photograph was taken probably after Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965; slide mount is inscribed with the year 1970.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Plaque, aspen trees in autumn along Boreas Pass Road

A "Colorado Windows" plaque designed by Colorado Photography Topolnicki. Photomechanical print of a photograph by John Topolnicki of aspen trees in autumn along Boreas Pass Road, near Breckenridge, Colorado. Used for decoration in the home, office, lodge or other similar spaces. Particleboard (chipboard) backing.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Poster, "Colorado Seasons", published by Colorado Photography Topolnicki

Poster, "Colorado Seasons", published by Colorado Photography Topolnicki. Landscape photographs by John A. Topolnicki Sr., featuring a waterfall, Boreas Pass buildings in the spring, autumn aspens, and snowshoes in the snow. Also includes a list with brief descriptions about: The State Flower, The State Bird, The State Tree, The State Animal.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

View of Buffalo Mountain, Summit County

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse: "Autumn Glory; Buffalo Mountain U.S. Highway 6; Frisco High Country; Summit County; Colorado" and "A breath-taking scenic splendor of golden aspen adds unsurpassed beauty to looming Buffalo mountain part of the dominating Gore Range background."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

View of snow covered Tenmile Range and aspen trees in autumn

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Captioned below the image: "And, all this by the Master Artist." On the reverse: "The Ten-Mile Range - South Along Colorado Highway 9 - Breckenridge, Colorado." and "Whoever walks a mountain trail; Or lifted eyes unto the hills, Whoever seeks communion sweet; In God's cathedral there; Will find the angels very near; And joining him in prayer; The trees and peaks like acolytes; Bring quietness and peace; And everything seems unified; Enshrined in God's pure love; Has been so near to heaven's gate; He touched the hand of God."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

View of the Tenmile Range, Summit County

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse: "Nature's Autumn Gold - Tenmile Range; Colorado Highway 9 - South Breckenridge; High Country - Summit County - Colorado" and "One of Colorado's most lavish displays of golden aspen on the west slope of Boreas Pass. Formerly the narrow-gauge road bed of the old Denver, South Park & Pacific R.R. Today an auto road and view the unforgettable magnetic lure of the Master Artist's inspiring mountains." Photograph was taken before Goose Pasture Tarn dam was constructed in 1965.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.