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Interior of Charles Finding's office on Larimer Street in Denver, Colorado

Interior of Charles A. Finding's office in Denver, Colorado. Two men sit in office chairs facing each other in front of a roll top desk. The man on the left wears a collared long sleeve shirt with suit vest over it. The other man wears a suit, his hat placed on the table next to him. A woman sitting at another desk leafs through papers. Hanging on an electric light bulb is a wall calendar dated 1911. Handwritten on the reverse: "C.A. Finding 507 RR Buldg 1515 Larimer."

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"The Story of a Colorado Pioneer (Mrs. Charles A. Finding)"

Part two from the typed manuscript by Agnes (Finding) Miner. Titled "The Story of a Colorado Pioneer (Mrs. Charles A. Finding)" it recounts the life of Martha Silverthorn Finding, as told by Martha to her daughter Agnes. Describes the Silverthorn Family journey from Pennsylvania to Denver, Colorado in 1859, then on to Breckenridge in 1861. Also, encounters with Native Americans. Part two of the manuscript ends with: "Written by Duane F. Miner of the Breckenridge Woman's Club. It is the story of her Mothers [sic] early experiences."

Miner, Agnes E. (Finding)