Title quoted from handwritten text on the item: "Assay Office, Tiger". The Royal Tiger Mines Company assay office on its original location at the former mining company town site of Tiger. North of Breckenridge, Colorado.
People on horseback at Swan's Nest, a Victorian mansion originally built in 1898 by Ben Stanley Revett, known as the "Gold Dredge King", as a summer home for his bride. In later years it was used as a hunting lodge and summer camp for boys. Northeast of Breckenridge in the Swan River Valley in Colorado.
Quoted from handwritten text on the item: "Remains of Gold Dredge in Swan River". The Bucyrus Dredge No. 4 began working on the lower Swan River north of Breckenridge in August 1899 and ceased operations sometime in the 1900s.
Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse: "Tiger-On-The-Swan; 8 Miles North of Breckenridge" and "High Country - Summit County - Colorado; Virtually a ghost town, and a fine example of how old mining towns of the area looked. Tiger was a later arrival, its curious name stemming from the fact it was built to house employees of the Royal Tiger Mine and Mill. Buildings erected in the 1920's and 1930's."