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cou-bha BHA.0012-028 · Item · 1933-1938
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

A man and woman, probably Carl and Esther Kaiser, stand in front of a gold dredge. Signs and notices on the dredge warn "No Admittance" and "Danger No Trespassing". Handwritten caption on the front: "Gold dredge managed by Carl Kaiser 1933-1938". The Yuba dredge (renamed Continental dredge) operated on the Blue River from 1917 to 1938, when it was dismantled and moved to Fairplay, Colorado. It was the last of the nine dredges operating around Breckenridge.

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0012-025 · Item · 1936
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

Alice Kaiser drives her sisters, Ida and June, and friends in a 1914 Dodge sedan down Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Handwritten caption on the reverse: "'Sophisticates and Myrtle Bridge - 1936", "Carl Kaiser house on left - Chris Kaiser house on right" and "Alice Sandefer driving 'her' car". Alice, Ida and June were the daughters of Carl and Esther Kaiser, and granddaughters of Chris and Ida Kaiser. Note: Carl an Esther Kaiser's house is often referred to as the "Ladybug House".

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0012-036-003 · Part
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

Boys in costumes pose for a group picture in the open doorway of the 1882-built Breckenridge schoolhouse. The boy in the front row, far left, wears a patriotic costume with striped pants, a star-patterned shirt, and a white top hat. Several boys wear knee-length, balloon-pant one-piece costumes, and four of the boys carry violins.

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0012-015 · Item · 1946-1947
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

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
cou-bha BHA.0012 · Collection · 1880 - 2000

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.

cou-bha BHA.0012-033-001 · Part
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

Edwin Carter's log cabin and museum on Ridge Street, Breckenridge. The one story front gable log cabin with shed addition was built in 1875. The fenced property also included a secondary structure (log outbuilding) on the south side. Outside the cabin is a pile of antlers. Town buildings and a view of the Tenmile Range in the background. Circa 1899.

Unidentified
cou-bha BHA.0012-033-002 · Part
Part of Breckenridge History Photograph Collection

Edwin Carter's taxidermy on display in his log cabin and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge. Specimens on the shelves include, from top to bottom, bighorn sheep, bald eagle, a variety of birds perched on tree branches, and numerous bird eggs in cartons. In the foreground is a pheasant taxidermy posed standing on a branch mount.

Unidentified