Santa Fe Railroad Station
Title:
Santa Fe Railroad Station
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Street View of Presbyterian Church
Title:
Street View of Presbyterian Church
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Union High School
Title:
Union High School
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


East on 2nd Street
Title:
East on 2nd Street
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 191-28



New High School Building, San Juan Ave
Title:
New High School Building, San Juan Ave
La Junta Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Nov-25


Columbian High School
Title:
Columbian High School
La Junta Colorado (CO), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Nov-19



Santa Fe General Office Building
Title:
Santa Fe General Office Building
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused


Business District
Title:
Business District
La Junta Colorado (CO), Real Photo



Lincoln School
Title:
Lincoln School
La Junta Colorado (CO), Real Photo PM 1913 Feb-21


Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
Santa Fe Hotel
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1925 Mar-29



Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
Santa Fe Hotel
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Santa Fe Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Depot
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1916 Aug-21



Santa Fe Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Depot
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1935 Oct-15


Koshare Indian Dancers of Colorado
Title:
Koshare Indian Dancers of Colorado
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
The Koshare Indian Dancers have become world famous as interpretive Indian dancers. The group is known throughout the West as the authoritative exponent of American Indian lore. Boy Scouts of La Junta make up the Koshare Tribe which now carries $10,000 in costumes



View from Columbian High School
Title:
View from Columbian High School
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-11


Looking North on Colorado Avenue
Title:
Looking North on Colorado Avenue
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Santa Fe Avenue Looking North
Title:
Santa Fe Avenue Looking North
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back


Air View of La Junta
Title:
Air View of La Junta
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1945 Jul-18

Description:
La Junta, the trade center of southeastern Colorado, on the Arkansas River, is located in the well known Arkansas Valley, a rich agricultural and stock raising territory. La Junta (translation from Spanish: Junction) is an important division point on the Santa Fe Ry. System



LaJunta Tourist Court - Located West Edge of City on Highways 50 & 350
Title:
LaJunta Tourist Court - Located West Edge of City on Highways 50 & 350
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Phone 882-W


Greetings from La Junta
Title:
Greetings from La Junta
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
In the Arkansas Valley, on the Santa Fe Trail



Bridge over Arkansas during June Rise
Title:
Bridge over Arkansas during June Rise
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-8


Bent's Old Fort
Title:
Bent's Old Fort
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Lew Dakon The circular base marks one of the two towers placed at opposite corners of the Fort. Though built for defense, the 18-foot high towers, with walls over two feet thick, were used more as arsenals than as citadels. The wagonroom was the long room at the extreme right Dexter Press Inc



City Hospital
Title:
City Hospital
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused


Bent's Fort Museum
Title:
Bent's Fort Museum
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
this museum is located in heart of the city on Highway U.S> 50. It is named after the famous fort, the Bents built in 1821, about six miles down the Arkansas River. A replica of the old fort and many interesting weapons, utensils, photos etc. of the early west may be seen here



Koshare Kiva Museum
Title:
Koshare Kiva Museum
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Koshare Kiva Museum La Junta, Colo


High School
Title:
High School
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
Costing $300,000. Auditorium seating 1,000 people



Heart Of Town Motel, 110 East First Street (On Hiway 50)
Title:
Heart Of Town Motel, 110 East First Street (On Hiway 50)
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 791342 Center of town close to Bus and Train Depot — 24 hr. Courtesy Car Service to Train-Bus-Airport Deluxe Units — Color T.V. — Air Cond. — Telephones — AAA Approved — Courtesy Coffee and Courteous Service by your Hosts — Ted and Jo Hanson


Koshare Indian Kiva
Title:
Koshare Indian Kiva
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Koshare Indian Kivas, LaJunta, Colorado. Located on the campus of LaJunta Junior College, home of the Koshare Indian World Famous Interpretative Indian dancers, is patterned after the great ceremonial Kivas of the Indians o the Southwest. A community cultural center for concerts, art exhibits and Indian museum. One of the most unusual buildings in America.



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
Title:
In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
La Junta on Highway U. s. 50 lies in the heart of the fertile Arkansas Valley at the junction of the famous Arkansas Valley at the junction of the famous Arkansas Trail where one branch leads to Trinidad and South and one goes on to Pueblo. This country is the home of the cantaloupe and other melons. It is a great modern little city with the army air field located close by



In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
Title:
In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
La Junta on Highway U. S. 50 lies in the heart of the fertile Arkansas Valley at the junction of the famous Arkansas trail where one branch leads to Trinidad and South and one goes on the Pueblo. This country is the home of the cantaloupe and other melons. It is a great modern little city with the army air field located close by


Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
Santa Fe Hotel
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1917

Description:
La Junta is one of the principal cities of the Arkansas valley and is in the heart of the beet sugar country. It is a division point on the Santa Fe Railway; the main line following closely the Old Santa Fe Trail to New Mexico and the Southwest; the diverging line running to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver. A short distance west is the site of Bent's Fort, which was established in the "forties" and is famous in Western story, the recognized head of which afterwards became the first American governor of New Mexico.



Interior Koshare Indian Kiva
Title:
Interior Koshare Indian Kiva
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Home of the world famous Koshare Indian Dancers. The Kiva is patterned after the great Kivas of the prehistoric Southwest Indians. Sixty feet in diameter. Most unusual is the laced log ceiling - 620 logs weighing approximately forty tons and self supporting


Second Street Looking East
Title:
Second Street Looking East
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border



Santa Fe Club House
Title:
Santa Fe Club House
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1935 oct-15


Santa Fe Hospital
Title:
Santa Fe Hospital
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused



Street View of Boys Club and Grounds
Title:
Street View of Boys Club and Grounds
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1935 Oct-14


Wheat Field Near La Junta, Colorado
Title:
Wheat Field Near La Junta, Colorado
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1935 Mar-15



Cattle Pens
Title:
Cattle Pens
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1935 Feb-5


Santa Fe General Office Building
Title:
Santa Fe General Office Building
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back



View of COlorado Ave Business District
Title:
View of COlorado Ave Business District
La Junta Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Koshare Kiva Museum
Title:
Koshare Kiva Museum
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Santa Fe Hospital
Title:
Santa Fe Hospital
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border PM 1923 May-12

Description:
Commercialchrome


Bird's-Eye View
Title:
Bird's-Eye View
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
La Junta is one of the principle cities of the Arkansas Valley and is in the heart of the beet sugar country. It is a division point of the Santa Fe Railway; the main line following closely the old Santa Fe Trail to New Mexico and the Southwest the diverging line running to Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver



Interior Koshare Indian Kiva
Title:
Interior Koshare Indian Kiva
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Home of the World Famous Koshare Indian Dancers. The Kiva is patterned after the great Kivas of the prehistoric Southwest Indians. Sixty feet in diameter. Most unusual is the laced log ceiling - 620 logs weighing approximately forty tons and self supporting


Koshare Chiefs
Title:
Koshare Chiefs
La Junta Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1969 Jul-18

Description:
World famous Interpreters of Indian Dances La Junta, Colo.



Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
Santa Fe Hotel
La Junta Colorado (CO), White Border unused

Description:
La Junta is one of the principal cities of the Arkansas Valley and is in the heart of the beet sugar country. It is a division point on the Santa Fe Railway; the main line following closely the Old Santa Fe Trail to New Mexico and Southwest; the diverging line running to Pueblo, Colorado springs, and Denver. A short distance west is the site of Bent's Fort, which was established in the "forties" and is famous in Western story, the recognized head of which afterwards became the first American governor of New Mexico.


In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
Title:
In The Arkansas Valley La Junta
La Junta Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
La Junta on Highway U. S. 50 lies in the heart of the fertile Arkansas Valley at the junction of the famous Arkansas Valley at the junction of the famous Arkansas Trail where one branch leads to Trinidad and South and one goes on to Pueblo. This country is the home of the cantaloupe and other melons. It is a great modern little city with the army air field located close by



Santa Fe Avenue
Title:
Santa Fe Avenue
La Junta Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused




Total: 49 Items