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Mines and mineral resources -- Colorado -- History -- Pictorial works.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Al Bachman slide presentations collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 154
Scope and Contents Ten slide presentations. Show no. 1, "Colorado Ghost Towns and Mining Camps:" images and narration on gold and silver booms between 1850 and 1900 in the Aspen, Leadville and Silverton regions. Images of houses, stores, saloons, railroads and mines. Show no. 2, "Evolution of a Hobby:" explains the narrator's hobbies of photography, camping, fishing, and fly-tying, and how they led to an interest in ghost towns. Images of Carson City, Telluride, and Ophir Canyon. Show no. 3, "The First 3000...
Dates: 1960-1979

Axel Sjögren photograph collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 13
Scope and Contents

Views of Colorado, Denver, unidentified scenery, the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, mining, and scenery possibly in Sweden.

Dates: between 1892 and 1894?

Kenneth Jessen Collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 141
Scope and Contents Views from Boulder, Clear Creek County, Gilpin County, Jackson County, Larimer County, Moffat County, Park County, and Routt County, Colorado. Images of abandoned mines, mills and mine buildings; the ruins of a homestead cabin; abandoned businesses; historic cabins, houses, schoolhouses, a hotel, and church; an arrastra; the Edwin Carter Museum; a railroad depot; railroad locomotive 44 on the George Town Loop railroad, and Colorado and Southern railroad locomotive no. 60. Towns include...
Dates: 1975-2009

O.T. Davis Photograph Collection

Identifier: C Photo Collection 104
Scope and Contents Views of mostly southern Colorado. Images of mining and railroad camps, mountains, lakes, streams, rivers, glaciers, and rock formations. Images of Denver & Rio Grande Railroad facilities, trains and workers. Views of Alamosa, old Fort Garland (Costilla County), cowboys and a buffalo herd on the Trinchera Ranch (Costilla County), an oil well and rig, adobe houses, mines and mining facilities of the Rio Grande Mining and Mineral Company in Jasper (Rio Grande County); images of Sierra...
Dates: circa 1890s-circa 1920s