City Bakery stands farther down the block next door to the Young American Clothing Hall. Another store has the word "Stoves" painted on its front facade. On the near side of Main Street in the center midground is the two-story, wood frame building where the Rocky Mountain National Bank was located. At the corner of Main and Eureka steeets is the banking office of Warren Hussey & Company. The company was Thatcher, Standley & Company who in turn sold it to the First ; Gilpin County offices located on the first floor and the second floor used as the court room and public gathering place. Numerous residences, including those of Henry M. Teller, Willard Teller, Jonathan Royle, Enos Baxter, David C. Collier and John Y. Glendinen, stand on the ridges of the hills that surround the town. Several piles of lumber are stacked in the area in the right foreground.; National Bank of Central City on Jan. 1, 1874. The large building on the far side of Eureka Street is the Montana Theatre, home of the Langrishe and Daugherty stock companies, next door to the Concert Hall Billiard Room owned by Barnes & Jones. Next to the billiard hall is the Wells Fargo & Company office building followed by the law office of Harley B. Morse and the building for the Central City Daily Register. Farther up Eureka Street is Washington Hall, with the ; Numerous buildings with false fronts line Main Street in Central City, Colorado. In the far left foreground is the O.K. Clothing Store owned by A. Jacobs & Company. Signs reading "Clothing and Furnishing Goods" stand on top of the building's false front. Next door, the Pacific House, later renamed the Connor House, was one of the leading hotels in the town. (It reportedly promoted itself as the only hotel in the county having anything other than "hay beds.") The Central
alley, the Stage Company stables, the Rocky Mountain National Bank building, Lawrence Hall, Charpiot's restaurant, and the residences of Henry M. Teller, Willard Teller, Jonathan Royle, Enos K. Baxter, David C. Collier, John Y. Glendinen and William A. Arnold.; Image identified as "Sheet 1" of "Mr. Lake's identified pictures and charts."; Image included in Mr. Lake's identified pictures and charts with several buildings numbered and identified, including: the Montana Theatre, a concert hall, the Wells, Fargo & Co. office, the law office and residence of Harley B. Morse, the Central City Daily Register building, Washington Hall, the O.K. Clothing Store, the Pacific House, the Miners Theater, the Central City Bakery, the Warren Hussey & Co. bank, the law offices of Henry M. and Willard Teller, the bowling ; Title handwritten in center of lower front side of photoprint.; R7001206099
1 photoprint ; 29 x 36 cm. (11 1/4 x 13 3/4 in.)
Central City (Colo.)--1860-1870.; Commercial facilities--Colorado--Central City--1860-1870.; Houses--Colorado--Central City--1860-1870.
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