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"Frisco, an ideal village in the Mountains."

A girl and a boy pose with children sitting astride two burros stopped in the center of Main Street, Frisco, Colorado. The girl stands with her hand on her hip, holding one burro's bridle. The boy has his arm laid across the same burro's back. Wooden buildings and wooden boardwalks line either side of the dirt road. In the distance is the base of Mount Royal (left) and Mount Wichita (right). Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Frisco, an ideal village in the Mountains."

Westerman, Otto

J. Frank Willis Photograph Album

  • cou-bha BHA.006
  • Collection
  • circa 1880s-1903

J. Frank Willis gave this souvenir album as a gift to his sister, Pauline (Willis) Merritt. The album contains photographs by Breckenridge photographer Otto Westerman. Various subjects include town views, mine site landscapes, railroad tracks through gulches and Willis' property on Gibson Hill. Some are of the Ten Mile Canyon outside of Frisco, Colorado and one photograph is of Tom's Baby (the largest piece of wire gold found in Colorado).

Westerman, Otto

"Royal Mountain at Frisco. 2,500 ft. in height."

At the base of Mount Royal near the west end of Frisco, Colorado two men and a dog sit on the ground near a bridge over Ten Mile Creek. Across the water, almost hidden by willows is a simple gable wooden building (possibly the railway depot). Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Royal Mountain at Frisco. 2,500 ft. in height."

Westerman, Otto

"The three Mountain peaks at Frisco."

View of Mount Royal, Mount Wichita and Chief Mountain, with the Denver, South Park and Pacific (DSP&P) railway tracks and wooden buildings at the west end of Frisco, Colorado. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "The three Mountain peaks at Frisco."

Westerman, Otto