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Four Mile Canon, on "The Switzerland Trail of America", The Colorado & Northwestern Railroad, Denver to Eldora and Ward
Alamosa County Arapahoe County Archuleta County Baca County
Bent County

Bent County High School

High School Building, Las Animas

Deluxe Motel, Las Animas
Boulder County Chaffee County
Cheyenne County

Main St., Cheyenne Wells
Clear Creek County Conejos County Crowley County Custer County
Delta County Denver County
Dolores County

Unidentified Building, Rico

Community Church, Rico
Douglas County Eagle County El Paso County Fremont County
Garfield County Gilpin County Grand County Gunnison County
Hinsdale County

Lake City
Huerfano County Jackson County Jefferson County
Kit Carson County

High School, Flagler

Mary Byrle Wellman, Stratton [1908]
Lake County La Plata County Larimer County Las Animas County
Lincoln County Logan County Mesa County Mineral County
Moffat County

Memorial Hospital, Craig

Cosgriff Hotel, Craig
Moffat Road
Montezuma County

Montezuma County Court House, Cortez

Tomahawk Lodge, 1 Mile So. on Hwy 666, Cortez

Spruce Tree Camp, near Mancos
Montrose County Morgan County Otero County Ouray County
Park County
Phillips County

The Corn Belt of Colo., Haxtun

Depot, Haxtun
Pitkin County Prowers County Pueblo County Rio Blanco County
Rio Grande County >Routt County
Saguache County

Summit of Marshall Pass

Lake Isabel, San Isabel National Forest
San Juan County
San Miguel County

Penn Tunnel, Telluride
Sedgwick County

U. P. Depot, Julesburg

Alva S. Built(?) at Entrance of Itanian Cave, Julesburg [probably "Italian Cave"]
Summit County

Blue River Inn, Dillon

Vail Pass in Winter, Dillon

Moon Valley Lodge, Dillon
Teller County
Washington County

"We are Enjoying Ourselves at the Hotel Akron", Akron [1908]
Weld County
Yuma County

Laying Corner Stone of M. E. Church, Yuma [1910]

Wray, Looking North

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