Yount mill at mouth of Boulder [canyon], operated by water power
Built on the sloping bank of Boulder Creek, this gambrel-roofed frame flour mill, operated by water power, in Boulder, Colorado, is supported at the end by piers. A horse and wagon are in the foreground, and a frame residence with an open porch is in the background, at the base of a hill. Topping the hill is "Red Rock" site of the first white encampment at Boulder on October 17, 1858.
[between 1890 and 1900?]
Formerly F23813.; Hand-written on back of photoprint: Yount Mill.; Photoprint is cropped, negative shows typing on stereocard mat. Negative is masked with rubylith tape; has glue and paper residue on emulsion side.; Title from typing on original stereocard mat; partly reproduced in photoprint.; R7100117052
1 copy photonegative ; 10 x 13 cm. (4 x 5 in.); 1 photoprint ; 13 x 18 cm. (5 x 7 in.)