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A man outside the extensive mill operations at the Wellington Mine, near Breckenridge

A man dressed in a suit coat and hat, and wearing pants tucked into tall, laced boots, stands on the dirt road outside the Wellington Mine and Mill operations in French Gulch, east of Breckenridge, Colorado. Behind him is a large stack of lumber and finished mine timbers. Smoke fills the view in the background. Circa June 1913.


Harry and Nellie Rogers at Brooks-Snider Mill on Shock Hill, west of Breckenridge

The Brooks-Snider Mill on the north side of Shock Hill west of Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1890s. Harry (1) and Nellie (2) Rogers stand near a small pond; three men sit or stand nearby. One man is smoking a pipe. Huge piles of logs are stacked outside the extensive mill operations. A small log cabin sits at the base of the hill.

Ward, PJ

"Interior view of Stamp Mill."

Inside the Jessie Stamp Mill mill in Gold Run, northeast of Breckenridge, Colorado. Title quoted from handwritten caption on card mount: "Interior view of Stamp Mill."

Westerman, Otto

Men outside the Blue Hill Mining Company's mill at the Minnie Mine, east of Breckenridge

Men (and one dog) stand side-by-side outside the Minnie Mine and Mill mill building on Mineral Hill in French Gulch, east of Breckenridge, Colorado. The wood frame, metal-roofed mill was constructed in 1892 and included several crushers, crushing rolls, screens and jigs. Smoke rises from one of the chimneys. Peeled, cut logs are stacked near the mill's entrance. The Minnie Mine and Mill was owned by the Blue Hill Mining Company from 1890-1904.


Snowy landscape view of the Washington Avenue bridge over the Blue River west of Breckenridge

Snowy landscape view west of Breckenridge, Colorado, from the east side of the Blue River facing the Tenmile Range. In the foreground a wooden bridge and wooden trestle or flume cross the river on Washington Avenue at Montgomery Street. The flume beside the bridge is the water line coming into town. Far right is a mill. Circa early 1900s, before dredging began on the Blue River.


Two men and a burro with mill or smelter buildings in the background, west of Breckenridge

Two well-dressed men and a burro stand outside a rough hewn log cabin by the Blue River, west of Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. Wagons are parked nearby. Looking southwest with Colorado and Southern (C&S) railway boxcars and mill and/or smelter buildings in the background. Circa early 1900s.

Westerman, Otto

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