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"Carter Museum."

Edwin Carter's residence and museum in Breckenridge, Colorado. Built in 1875, this one story simple gable log cabin has a log addition on the south side. View of Tenmile Range in the background. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Carter Museum."

Westerman, Otto

"Carter Museum, showing wild Animals, captured in Colorado."

Interior of Edwin Carter's museum with taxidermy of Colorado wildlife on display. Specimens include bison, bobcats, a donkey (or burro), elk and deer mounts. The black bear is holding a wine bottle. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Carter Museum, showing wild Animals, captured in Colorado." Circa 1880s-1890s.

Westerman, Otto

Edwin Carter's funeral in Breckenridge Masonic Lodge No. 47 on February 11, 1900

Edwin Carter's funeral in Masonic Lodge No. 47 on February 11, 1900, in Breckenridge, Colorado. The open casket is adorned with floral wreaths, vases filled with flowers, and two large feathers tied with a white ribbon; a pair of white gloves is draped over the side. One large floral wreath has a banner with the words "Edwin Carter Lodge 47 A F A M". Wearing white ceremonial aprons, E.E. Acton (on the right) and another Mason stand on either side of the casket, respectfully holding their hats. A man with a woman and small child are seated in the back corner against the wall.

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Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum in Breckenridge

Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado, circa 1899. Built in 1875, this one story front gable log cabin has a shed addition and a secondary structure (log outbuilding) on the south side. A wooden split rail fence encloses the treed property. Near the front door is a pile of antlers. Town buildings and a view of the snowcapped Tenmile Range in the background.

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Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum in Breckenridge

View of a snowy landscape and Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado during the winter of 1899. Built in 1875, this one story front gable log cabin has a shed addition and secondary structure (log outbuilding) on the south side. A wooden split rail fence encloses the property. Snow-covered town buildings and the Tenmile Range in the background.

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Edwin Carter's taxidermy collection of Colorado animals on display in Breckenridge

Edwin Carter's taxidermy collection of Colorado birds on display in his log cabin and museum in Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1890s. Includes mountain goat, big horn sheep, deer and elk mounts, and a small burro with pack. Of note is the golden eagle with a snowshoe hare in its claws mounted on the wall.

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Freemasons gather for Edwin Carter's funeral in Breckenridge Masonic Lodge No. 47 on February 11, 1900

Edwin Carter's funeral in Masonic Lodge No. 47 on February 11, 1900, in Breckenridge, Colorado. Masons wearing white ceremonial aprons sit or stand around the open casket with flower arrangements and an anchor-shaped floral wreath placed inside. Centered on a stand in front of the casket is a large floral wreath with the words "Edwin Carter Lodge 47 A F A M".

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