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A family poses outside a two story house with a picket fence, probably in Breckenridge

A family poses outside a house, probably in Breckenridge, Colorado. A woman sits upright in a hammock strung between the corner of the house where it meets a one story addition. Next to her a man wearing a bowler or derby hat sits in a chair. Two young boys, one wearing a straw boater hat, stand nearby. A picket fence borders the two story side gable clapboard house. Circa 1890s.

Unidentified

A girl and boy playfully pull at opposite ends of the boy's suit coat

A girl and boy playfully pull at opposite ends of the boy's suit coat outside Breckenridge High School on Harris Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. This game is often called "Tug of War". Quoted from text handwritten below the photograph: "Little Angels". Card mount has uneven edges, possibly cut from a larger poster or other type of display.

Unidentified

Breckenridge High School Basketball Team group portrait for the school year 1946-1947

Group portrait of the Breckenridge High School (BHS) basketball team for the school year 1946-1947. Standing from left to right: Coach Neilson, Wesley Ludwig, Junior Fletcher (Ted), Bill Hedin, Alfred Sisk, Albert Miller, Wayne Steward. Kneeling: Elmer Lane, Wayne Allen. On Harris Street in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Unidentified

Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

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Card mount photographs, portraits, and other photographic materials donated by various sources to Breckenridge History. Subjects include people, landscapes, businesses and industries relevant to Breckenridge and the greater Breckenridge area.

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Mary and Mrs. Berdon pose outside Breckenridge High School

Mary and Mrs. Berdon stand outside the Breckenridge High School on Harris Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Quoted from text handwritten below the photograph, on the card mount: "Mary and Mrs. Berdon". Mrs. Berdon was probably Mary's teacher. Card mount has uneven edges, possibly cut from a larger poster or other type of display.

Unidentified

The Briggle's wedding portrait photographs in silk embroidered matting

Portrait photographs of Kathleen Trotter Briggle and William H. Briggle. Enclosed in a wood picture frame, matted with silk thread floral embroidery on silk. Caption quoted from print on the mat board backing the frame: "Wedding picture of Mr. & Mrs. William Briggle, Breckenridge, Colo. If Frankie doesn't want it, it is to go to the Summit Co, Colo. Museum". And handwritten: "Embroidery is Mrs. Briggle".

Briggle, Kathleen (Trotter)

William W. Boyd and Arlington Fincher in front of Boyd's blacksmith shop in Breckenridge

William W. Boyd and his apprentice, Arlington Fincher, stand in front of Boyd's blacksmith shop located at the northeast corner of Main Street and Carter Avenue (now named Wellington Road) in Breckenridge, Colorado. Boyd owned the shop from 1886 through March 5, 1904, when he sold his shop to Fincher. Boyd, dressed in a suit and hat, stands outside the front-gabled building with horizontal wood clapboard. Fincher, wearing a blacksmith apron, stands opposite, with his hand on his hip. In view through the open doorway is a grinding wheel, probably foot-powered.

Stanton & Warren, Photographers

Women and men outside the "Bullion King of Montezuma"

A man and several women stand on the full length balcony that tops the portico of a two story, side gable building in Montezuma, Colorado. Above them a sign has the words: "Bullion King of Montezuma". On the covered wooden boardwalk fronting the building two men lean against the column posts. Flanking both sides are a rough hewn log cabin (left) and a one story, front gable wooden building or house (right). Mountains in the background.

Westerman, Otto