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    • Estes Park from Park Hill

    • View of Estes Park, Colorado, from Park Hill (about four miles southeast of Estes Park); narrow dirt road is flanked by barbed-wire fence and aspen and pine trees; mountain range of the Rocky Mountain National Park in distance.
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    • MCC-2326
    • Biography, unidentified groups

    • A large group of unidentified men in suits pose in rows in front of a large stone wall. The men in the front row sit on a ledge with their legs dangling.
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    • N-346
    • Barbecue Great Divide

    • Men, women and children congregate near automobiles and makeshift picnic tables at Great Divide, Moffat County, Colorado; dogs wander among people.
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    • MCC-2656
    • Portrait of a man

    • Portrait (sitting, 3/4) of a man. He wears a suit, bow tie, and a soft peaked cap. He holds a cigar.
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    • P-2269
    • Hot Sulphur Divide from East

    • A large, pine tree stands in the foreground of this view of Hot Sulphur Divide near Hot Sulphur Springs in Grand County, Colorado.
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    • L-96
    • Squash and potatoes- Antlers, Colo.

    • View of a field of potato and squash plants near Antlers, Garfield County, Colorado. The Grand Hogback Mountains stand in the far distance.
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    • P-353
    • Archaeology, Colorado

    • An unidentified man and woman sit on a step in front of a porch.
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    • N-280
    • Mesa Verde - detail of mesa top structure

    • Detail view of the walls of Sun Temple (?), Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, shows a bonding material capping the rock walls to ensure structural rigidity.; SUMMARY.
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    • GB-5478
    • Cozens' Ranch

    • The ranch of William Cozens, the first official sheriff of Gilpin County, Colorado, stands in a field near a winding creek near Fraser in Grand County. Cozens and his wife, Mary York Cozens, moved to the ranch in 1876.
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    • L-90
    • Mt. Byers from Cozens Meadow

    • Trees and shrubs stand in the foreground of this view across a meadow at William Cozens' ranch near Fraser in Grand County, Colorado, looking toward Byers Peak in the distance. Cozens was the first official sheriff of Gilpin County, Colorado.
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    • L-92
    • Mesa Verde, excavations

    • Photographs of two studio bust portraits of unidentified men taken by other photographers. One of the portraits has the name "Anderson" stamped below it. The other portrait is in an oval frame with a floral pattern stamped on two opposite corners....
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    • N-115
    • D & RG Western, trains

    • A train from the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Company passes near a cabin with a large corral next to it, possibly in Boulder or Gilpin County, Colorado. A small river is in the foreground. A horse and buggy is stopped among the shrubs on the far...
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    • L-71
    • Ranch Creek

    • Ranch Creek winds around the base of a hillside in this view from the top of a mountain ridge in Colorado, probably in Grand or Boulder County. Ranch Creek is a tributary of the Fraser River, a branch of the Colorado River (formerly the Grand...
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    • L-76
    • Mormon Temple, Salt Lake

    • View of the construction of the spires on the six towers of Temple on Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah. The granite temple designed by architect Truman O. Angell, was started in 1853 and completed in 1893 for members of the Church of the Latter...
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    • X-17524
    • Photomontage of a man

    • Photomontage of one man in five different exposures: in a rocking chair, as he reads, a portrait, as he stands, and as he holds a safety bicycle. In two exposures, the man wears a bowler.
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    • P-2029
    • Rocky Point

    • View of snow covered landscape with railroad cut with mountain range, Colorado.
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    • WHJ-504
    • Road in Woods in Ranch Creek

    • A dead tree lies on its side near a tree stump in a road near Ranch Creek in Colorado, probably in Grand or Boulder County. Ranch Creek is a tributary of the Fraser River, a branch of the Colorado River (formerly the Grand River). Tall trees stand...
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    • L-81
    • Boulder Canyon

    • Logs are banded together to form a road into Boulder Canyon near Gilpin County, Colorado. Additional logs placed end to end line the sides of the road. Shrubs stand on both sides of the road, and a ridge of mountains is in the distance.
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    • L-62

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