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A couple take a break from skiing on a ski run at Breckenridge ski area

Two skiers take a break from skiing on a ski run on Peak 8 at the Breckenridge ski area in Colorado. The man wears a striped sweater over a white turtleneck, tan ski pants and no hat. Standing upslope from him is a woman dressed in a red jacket and black ski pants. Her blonde hair is loose and covered with a light blue headband. She wears dark framed sunglasses even though the sky is overcast and cloudy.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man stops to look at the view as he ascends a snowy mountain slope near Montezuma, Colorado

A man with snowshoes or skis stops to view something in the distance as he ascends through the trees on a mountain slope. He wears a beret, overcoat with scarf and mittens, and pants tucked into high boots. Snowy mountain range in the background. Probably Montezuma or Peru Creek area in Summit County, Colorado.

Sayre Sr., Robert H.

A skier enjoys the view from a ski run on Peak 8 of the Breckenridge ski area

A skier stops to enjoy the view from above the terminus of a chairlift, probably Chairlift 1 on Peak 8 of the Breckenridge ski area in Colorado. Chairlift 1 started at the base of Peak 8, near the Bergenhof Restaurant, and went up the slope to a point about 500 feet above tree line or timberline.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A skier enjoys the view from Peak 8 of the Breckenridge ski area

A skier stops to enjoy the view from above the terminus of a chairlift, probably Chairlift 1 on Peak 8 of the Breckenridge ski area in Colorado. Chairlift 1 started at the base of Peak 8, near the Bergenhof Restaurant, and went up the slope to a point about 500 feet above tree line or timberline.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A woman poses at a mining structure east of Breckenridge

A woman smiles as she sits on a piece of board placed across the wooden beams of a mine structure east of Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1890s. She wears a straw boater style hat, high collared shirtwaist, and ankle length skirt with matching jacket. The jacket has a button front and puffed sleeves. The snow covered peaks of the Tenmile Range are in the background.

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A woman reclines on skis in very deep snow, with Breckenridge ski area in view

A woman wearing a red and white Nordic-patterned sweater and dark framed sunglasses is reclined on skis supported by ski poles stuck in very deep snow. Her long blonde hair is pulled into a low pony tail, covered with a headband. The photograph was probably taken somewhere on Boreas Pass, east of Breckenridge. In the background is a view of the ski runs on Peak 8 at the Breckenridge ski area in Colorado.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A woman stands outside George Watson's house in Breckenridge during the Big Snow of 1899

A woman wearing a hat and fur-collared coat stands at the end of a deep trench cleared in the snow outside of George Watson's house in Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east with Barney Ford Hill and Bald Mountain (Mount Baldy) in the background. Handwritten caption on the reverse: "View from y'd at G.B. Watsons April 20th '99".

Unidentified

Arapahoe Basin ski area in Colorado

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Scalloped edges. Caption on the reverse includes the four (4) b's Breckenridge logo: "Arapahoe Basin; Colorful Colorado; 68 miles west of Denver - US-6 Off I-70; 11 miles east of Dillon and I-70 Interchange" and "Located on the Continental Divide at an elevation of 10,800 - 12,500 the highest ski area in the country. Normal season runs from early November well into June. Modern lifts - comfortable double chairs and fast Poma lifts of varying lengths."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area in Colorado

Postcard, a "Colorado SPECTA-VUE" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse: "Arapahoe Basin Ski Area; U S 6 - Western Slope of Loveland Pass Colorado - Ski Country U. S. A." and "Alpine skiing on (12,500') Mt. Norway from November to June. Serviced by (3) double chair lifts and (5) Poma lifts."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

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