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    • H.E. Popham, John Tomay, and Geo. E. Marsh

    • H.E. Popham, John Tomay and George E. Marsh, pose for a portrait in Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. Popham and Marsh stand, and John Tomay sits in an wicker and wood arm chair in front of a painted backdrop of trees and scenery and on a...
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    • Civil War vets 1898 Georgetown, Colorado

    • Studio portrait. Grand Army of the Republic members and Civil War veterans pose in suits with medals, ribbons, and cigars. They include "Monyer, Trash, Harrison, Roberts, Tomay, Shigley, and Hart;" one has a long beard.
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    • John Tomay

    • Studio portrait of John Tomay, an insurance agent (previously a miner) and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a striped, wool, sack coat with wide lapels buttoned at the top, a vest, a shirt with an upright, round...
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    • John Tomay

    • Studio portrait of John Tomay, an insurance agent (previously a miner) and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a double breasted wool sack coat, a shirt with an upright collar and a patterned necktie. His dark hair is...
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    • John Tomay

    • Studio portrait of John Tomay, an insurance agent (previously a miner) and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a double breasted wool sack coat, a shirt with an upright collar and a patterned necktie. His dark hair is...
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    • John Tomay

    • Studio portrait of John Tomay, a miner owner and resident of Georgetown (Clear Creek County), Colorado. He wears a dark jacket with piping, a shirt with an upstanding collar and a patterned tie with a stick pin. He wears a felt top hat and has long...
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    • Mining monument, Georgetown, Colorado

    • Detail of a bronze marker in Georgetown, Colorado, reads: "Commemorating the historical importance of the Georgetown Mining Region. The Griffith Lode (2500 ft. N. E.), later a silver producer, was discovered June 17, 1859, by George W. Griffith,...
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    • Spectators watching Centennial events

    • Spectators sit and stand on stone marker commemorating the importance of the Georgetown Mining Region as they watch the Centennial festivities on 6th (Sixth) Street in Georgetown, Colorado. The children wear blue jeans, plaid shorts and shirts, and...
    • Brock, Howard.
    • 1968 July 14

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