Harrison Street
Title:
Harrison Street
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Harrison Street
Title:
Harrison Street
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Leadville, the Double Mile-High city. The Tabor Opera House, on right, is one of the two Leadville landmarks built by H.A.W. Tabor, richest of the Silver Kings in the early 1880's.



Lake County Court House
Title:
Lake County Court House
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Large Ore Reduction Mill
Title:
Large Ore Reduction Mill
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
The large ore reduction mill at Leadville, Colorado. Mount Massive is in the background.



St. Vincents Hospital
Title:
St. Vincents Hospital
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused


Dexter Log Cabin
Title:
Dexter Log Cabin
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused



Harrison Ave., Looking North
Title:
Harrison Ave., Looking North
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Along the Beautiful Lincoln Highway
Title:
Along the Beautiful Lincoln Highway
Leadville Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1938 FEB-09



Annunciation Roman Catholic Church
Title:
Annunciation Roman Catholic Church
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Panoramic View of Climax Molybdenum Mine
Title:
Panoramic View of Climax Molybdenum Mine
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Panorama of Town with Mt Massive in the Distance
Title:
Panorama of Town with Mt Massive in the Distance
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


Carlton Tunnel, Near Leadville
Title:
Carlton Tunnel, Near Leadville
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Harrison Street
Title:
Harrison Street
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Harrison Street in historic Leadville, Colorado, elevation 10,560 ft. above sea level. In 1877, Leadville was the most famous silver-mining area in the world and in 1890 may have been Colorado's second largest city


Mrs. H.A.W. Baby Doe Tabor Leadville, Colo
Title:
Mrs. H.A.W. Baby Doe Tabor Leadville, Colo
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Mt. Massive
Title:
Mt. Massive
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo PM 1951 Jan-18

Description:
At. 14,418 ft


Matchless Mine Museum
Title:
Matchless Mine Museum
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Ore Bucket From the Matchless Mine
Title:
Ore Bucket From the Matchless Mine
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused

Description:
Little Stray Horse Gulch


Silver King Inn
Title:
Silver King Inn
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome

Description:
You're invited to stay at Leadville's Silver King Inn, 2020 N. Poplar St.; Phone 303-486-2610l. Offering the finest dining and lodging facilities in central Colorado. 60 luxurious rooms with a breathtaking view of Colorado's highest and most beautiful mountains. Fishing, hunting and skiing are just moments away. Plan your stay now at Leadville's Silver King Inn



Mount Massive Over Leadville
Title:
Mount Massive Over Leadville
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome PM 1968 Jul-24

Description:
Leadville, Colorado and Mount Massive, elevation 14,413 ft., Colorado's 3rd highest peak. Leadville, situated two miles above sea level, was the richest silver mining camp in the world in 1877. Historic tourist attractions in Leadville are Tabor's Matchless Mine, the Augusta Tabor House and the Healy House Museum


Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM Jul-22



Sugar Loagin' Park in the Springtime
Title:
Sugar Loagin' Park in the Springtime
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Where the scenery is piled to the sky. Modern and complete accommodations for all vacation campers. Located one mile from Turquoise Lake and Sugar Loaf Dam. P.O. Box 611, Leadville, Colorado 80461


Harrison Avenue
Title:
Harrison Avenue
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A look at Harrison Avenue in Leadville, Colorado at dust. Leadville was the most famous silver-mining town in the world and Colorado's second city.



Catholic Church
Title:
Catholic Church
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused

Description:
The highest church steeple in the world


Highest Church Spire In World
Title:
Highest Church Spire In World
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected in 1879. Highest Church Spire in World, 10,351 Feet.



Harrison Avenue Looking North
Title:
Harrison Avenue Looking North
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


West Side Of Harrison Ave
Title:
West Side Of Harrison Ave
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Vendome Hotel
Title:
Vendome Hotel
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo


Vista of Mt Elbert
Title:
Vista of Mt Elbert
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Town and View of Mt. Massive
Title:
Town and View of Mt. Massive
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused


Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1915 Apr-11


Wolftone Mine
Title:
Wolftone Mine
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the Largest Zinc Mines in the World



Mount Massive Seen From Nearby Leadville
Title:
Mount Massive Seen From Nearby Leadville
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Leadville, Colorado and Mount Massive, elevation 14,413 ft., Colorado's 3rd highest peak. Leadville, at two miles above sea level was the richest silver camp in the world in 1877. Historic tourist attractions in Leadville are Tabor's Matchless Mine, the August Tabor House and the Henly House Museum


Harrison Avenue
Title:
Harrison Avenue
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The historic Tabor Opera House at right is one of two Leadville landmarks built by H.A.W. Tabor, richest of the silver kings in the early 1880's



View of Town and the Mosquito Range
Title:
View of Town and the Mosquito Range
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Leadville boomed when lead carbonate rcih in silver was discovered in 1875 and in three years became Colorado's second largest city. Today the huge molybdenum mine and mill at nearby Climax is Leadville's largest industry


Baby Doe Tabor, Matchless Mine
Title:
Baby Doe Tabor, Matchless Mine
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused



Leadville with Mt. Massive in the Background
Title:
Leadville with Mt. Massive in the Background
Leadville Colorado (CO), Linen unused

Description:
Leadville, two miles high, is one of America's greatest mineral districts. Famous in plays, pictures, and stories, it has created many millionaires and given rise to many careers whose romance outdoes any fiction. One of the greatest and longest lived mining camps in the world


View of Town and Surrounding Countryside
Title:
View of Town and Surrounding Countryside
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Leadville boomed when lead carbonate rich in silver was discovered in 1875 and in three years became Colorado's second largest city. Today the huge molybdenum mine and mill at nearby Climax is Leadville's largest industry



Vendome Hotel
Title:
Vendome Hotel
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo


Vendome Hotel
Title:
Vendome Hotel
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo



Harrison Street
Title:
Harrison Street
Leadville Colorado (CO), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 332 Harrison Street in historic Leadville, Colorado, elevation 10,560 ft. above sea level. In 1877, Leadville was the most famous silver-mining area in the world and in 1890 may have been Colorado's second largest city.


Leadville
Title:
Leadville
Leadville Colorado (CO), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Leadville, Colorado and the high Mosquito Range at sunset. Leadville boomed when lead carbonate rich in silver was discovered in 1875 and in three years became Colorado's second largest city. Today the huge molybdenum mine and mill at nearby Climax is Leadville's largest industry.



Grand Hotel On Chestnut St
Title:
Grand Hotel On Chestnut St
Leadville Colorado (CO), Real Photo unused


A large factory in a small town
Title:
A large factory in a small town
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back PM 1908



Leadville And Mt. Massive
Title:
Leadville And Mt. Massive
Leadville Colorado (CO), Divided Back unused

Description:
THIS WONDERFUL CITY FIRST BECAME KNOWN TO FAME IN 1859 AS CALIFORNIA GULCH, ONE OF THE RICHEST PLACERS IN COLORADO, YIELDING IN FIVE YEARS OVER FIVE MILLIONS IN GOLD DUST. THE CAMP WAS AFTERWARDS NEARLY ABANDONED UNTIL THE DISCOVERY OF THE CARBONATE BEDS


One of the Greatest Longest Lived Mining Camps
Title:
One of the Greatest Longest Lived Mining Camps
Leadville Colorado (CO), Linen PM 1951

Description:
Leadville, two miles high, is one of America's greatest mineral districts. Famous in plays, pictures, and stories it has created many millionaires and given rise to many careers whose romance outdoes any fiction





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