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330 South Main Street Architectural Inventory Form

Architectural Inventory Form for 330 South Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. Historic building name: Bradley Cabin. Date of construction (estimate): circa 1880. John Bradley constructed this cabin, in the early 1880s, at a location on North Main Street in Breckenridge. In the early 1970s, the cabin was moved from its original location to Wellington Avenue, where it rested in blocks until its relocation to this site in 1976.

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Abandoned mine buildings, east of Breckenridge

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Scalloped edges. Caption on the reverse includes the four (4) b's Breckenridge logo: "Breckenridge; Colorful Colorado; Off Interstate Hwy. 70 - On Colorado Hwy. 9; The Four Seasons Resort Area" and "From the Boreas Pass road on the Mt. Baldy road, remains in this mining area still hold the visitors interest."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

"Carter Museum."

Edwin Carter's residence and museum in Breckenridge, Colorado. Built in 1875, this one story simple gable log cabin has a log addition on the south side. View of Tenmile Range in the background. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Carter Museum."

Westerman, Otto

"Carter Museum, showing wild Animals, captured in Colorado."

Interior of Edwin Carter's museum with taxidermy of Colorado wildlife on display. Specimens include bison, bobcats, a donkey foal (or burro), elk and deer mounts. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Carter Museum, showing wild Animals, captured in Colorado." The 1875-built Carter Museum was located on Ridge Street, Breckenridge. Photograph taken circa 1880s-1890s.

Westerman, Otto

Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street during the winter in Breckenridge

View of a snowy landscape and Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado during the winter months of 1899. Built in 1875, this one story front gable log cabin has a shed addition on the south side and a small log outbuilding. A wooden split rail fence encloses the property. Snow covered town buildings and the Tenmile Range in the background.

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Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge

Edwin Carter's log cabin house and museum on Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado, circa 1899. Built in 1875, this one story front gable log cabin has a shed addition on the south side and a small log outbuilding. A wooden split rail fence encloses the treed property. Near the front door is a pile of antlers. Town buildings and a view of the snowcapped Tenmile Range in the background.

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Edwin Carter's log cabin in Breckenridge

Edwin Carter's log cabin residence and museum in Breckenridge, Colorado. Title quoted from handwritten text on the reverse: "The old Carter museum showing Peak 8 Breckenridge". Circa 1900s.

Westerman, Otto

Ezra Stewart outside Hawkins cabin in Breckenridge during the Big Snow of 1899

Ezra Stewart, wearing a cape overcoat and hat, stands in almost waist deep snow outside Hawkins' cabin on the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Ridge Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. In view (center right) is the Fireman's Hall building, with bell cupola and hose drying tower. Snowy Tenmile Range in the background. During the "Big Snow" of 1898-1899.

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