"Breckenridge, looking down the Blue river valley"

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cou-bha BHA.0006-012

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"Breckenridge, looking down the Blue river valley"


  • circa 1880s-1903 (Creation)


1 board-like album page, 14 x 10.75 inches; 1 mounted photograph, 12.5 x 8.5 inches

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Breckenridge, Colorado looking north down the Blue River valley. Railroad tracks are visible on Barney Ford Hill. The steep hillside is sparsely covered with thin trees. In the far distance is the snow-covered peak of Buffalo Mountain. Abbreviated title taken from handwritten caption on card mount: "Breckenridge, looking down the Blue river valley, showing R.R. track on Niggerhill to the right and Buffalo Mountain at Dillon, ten miles distance."

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This digital object has no restrictions and is free to use. All reproductions must include the appropriate credit: "J. Frank Willis Photograph Album. Breckenridge History, Colorado."

No Copyright - United States (Public Domain)
URI: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

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