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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

"Winter sport on Snow Shoes."

Left side of photograph print shows two women on long wooden skis, each holding a pole for balance and braking. The women are wearing hats, ankle length dresses with ruffled edges, and overcoats buttoned up to the collar. In the distance is a railroad locomotive and railroad cars. On the right side of the print is a duplicate image, cropped. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Winter sport on Snow Shoes."

Westerman, Otto

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

Women in 18th century costume perform a dance on a small wooden stage, probably in Breckenridge

Women dressed in 18th century period costume dance in pairs on a small wooden stage with makeshift curtain backdrop. Star-patterned bunting hangs on the wall. They wear their hair pulled up, pinned in a bun and powdered. Possibly a performance celebrating the U.S. Centennial (1776-1876). Location undetermined, probably in Breckenridge.

Unidentified

Women look through a snow tunnel on Main Street, Breckenridge during the Big Snow of 1899

Three women look through a snow tunnel across Main Street in Breckenridge during the winter of the "Big Snow" of 1898-1899. The women wear feathered hats and are dressed in puff-shouldered short-waisted jacket bodices over long box-pleat skirts. To keep warm, they hold their hands inside fur muffs. Behind them is the Livery building on the east side of the street.

Unidentified

Wood frame houses and the Occidental Hotel on North Main Street in Breckenridge

Wood frame houses and the Occidental Hotel on North Main Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east over the snowy landscape, with Bald Mountain and Barney Ford Hill in the background. In the distant view, left center, is the hip gable roof and four-sided cupola of the brick Summit County Courthouse on Lincoln Avenue. Snow and ice covered Blue River is in the foreground. Probably before the dredge came through, circa 1920s.

Unidentified

Wooden sluices carry water through Kingsbury Placer in Iowa Gulch near Breckenridge, Colorado

Hydraulic mining operations at the Kingsbury Placer (later called Banner Placer) in Iowa Gulch near Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1909. A man, probably the manager or a member of the pit crew, looks at the wooden sluices carrying water through the gravel banks below while a horse and buggy wait on the high bank above.

Unidentified

World War One veterans or enlisted men pose in front of Denver Hotel on Main Street in Breckenridge

Men stand side by side in a row along Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado in front of the Denver Hotel. Quote from caption on the reverse of photograph print: "about 1918 World War One veterans or enlisted men". The Summit County Journal, Saturday July 21, 1917, Vol. XXXVIII No. 3 has similar photograph with caption "Company B, Second Infantry, C.N.G....photographed [by] A.W. Miller."

Unidentified

Young Photograph Collection

  • cou-bha BHA.0002
  • Collection
  • 1965

Photographs taken in January 1965 by Gregory Young while on a ski trip to Breckenridge with his college fraternity.

Young, Gregory

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