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cou-bha BHA.0011-002-012 · 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: "33. Adams Street Cafe. 10 Adams. Two stories, Alpine style, first story stucco and second story board and batten, gable roof with wooden shingles, casement windows, decorative cornice, deck with sawed spindles."

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0011-003-015 · 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: "182. Alpenrose. 400 South French. Three stories, rectangular plan, exposed aggregate pre-cast panes with plywood sided decks with steel railings, large number of round metal flues penetrating roof."

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0011-001-072 · 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: "119. Amazing Grace. 112 South Ridge. 1885, one and one-half stories, horizontal log construction, clapboard-faced street facade, decorative porch posts, two evenly-spaced dormers, octagonal bay window."

Unidentified
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."

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0011-001-039 · 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: "67. Barney Ford House. 111 Washington. 1882, one story, clapboard-faced, irregular plan, various gables, square bay window with a false mansard roof with lozenge-shape inserts at the sash line in the surrounding trim."

Unidentified