Miners who include Beecher Baney, Tommy Owens, Haron Watkins, Charles Lampkin, Frank Craig, William Fell, Fred Fuller, Chas. Wilson, Jos. H. Block, Levi Marshal, and George Graves pose outdoors at the Forest Queen Mine near Irwin, Gunnison County,...
Forest Queen Mine (Gunnison County, Colo.)--1880-1890.; Irwin (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Miners--Colorado--Irwin--1880-1890.; Mining--Colorado--Irwin--1880-1890.
Men with beards or moustaches wear suits with long coats, boots, and hats and pose beside the Elk Mountain Pilot newspaper office in Irwin (Gunnison County), Colorado. The log building has a false front, a chimney, and a sign that reads: "Pilot...
The Hotel Belmont in Irwin, Gunnison County, Colorado, is a two- story flat-roofed Italianate building with brackets under the eaves, three second-story arched windows over the store windows on the front, and six windows over the store on the side....
Irwin (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Hotels--Colorado--Irwin--1880-1890.; Hotel Belmont (Irwin, Colo.)
Mrs. Louise Block, the wife of Joseph Block, and her daughter Marie Block pose in front of their home in Irwin, Colorado. The house is of made of boards, and the roof extends to cover the porch; boards prop the side of the building. The women wear...
A view in Irwin, Colorado, shows four men sitting and standing on top of the two roofs of the Forest King Mine; behind them are the gable- roofed wood buildings of the town, including one under construction. Tall evergreens grow in the town; Ruby...
Tom Owens and wife pose on the porch of their two-story gable- roofed clapboard home in Irwin, Gunnison County, Colorado, the last house left when the town was abruptly abandoned. She is seated on a platform rocker in a dark dress with a white...
Members of the town board of Irwin, Colorado, pose in a studio portrait; three sit and three stand. All have moustaches and one also has a beard; five wear small bow ties with their white shirts, all wear vests, and three have watch chains.
Irwin (Colo.)--1880-1890.; Municipal government--Colorado--Irwin--1880-1890.
Buildings of Irwin, Gunnison County, Colorado, are on both sides of a narrow dirt road; the town includes the Presbyterian Church with steeple, picket fences, buildings under construction, and building with a sign "Windsor House." Tall evergreen...
Men in Irwin, Colorado, pose in front of false-front storefronts and on burros in the rocky street. Signs read, "J. E. Packard & Co., Grocers. Miners Supplies." and "B. Kersberg, Wholesale & Retail Wines & Liquor."
Log and board cabins and buildings are under construction in Irwin, Colorado, along a rough road; logs and stumps are strewn on the ground, and tall evergreens grow around the buildings. Mountains are in the distance.
[1880 or 1881?]
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