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A panoramic view of Smeltertown, near Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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One of the many parades that were held in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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A view of W. 2nd Street in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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The Denver & Rio Grande Roundhouse, ca. 1905. Bob Rush Collection.
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The American Legion Band posing on the steps of the Chaffee County Courthouse. Bob Rush Collection.
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The Central Block building which was located on the southwest corner of 1st and F Streets in Salida, Colorado. 'Another important building, completed on the opposite corner of First Street at 102-24 F Street, apparently incorporated sections of buildings that survived the fire. Known as the Corbin Building or the Central Block, the building was erected by E.W. Corbin, William E. Robertson, and W.W. Roller. On 17 December...
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A panoramic view of F and 2nd Streets in Salida, Colorado. First National Bank, Commercial National Bank, C.N. Francis Clothing, and Waggener's Pharmacy are visible. Bob Rush Collection.
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William C. Keim had a decorating business located at 136 E. 2nd St. in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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A major fire occurred at the Denver and Rio Grande railroad facilities in December 1892, destroying fourteen stalls in the roundhouse, seventeen locomotives, and the machine shops. Railroad employees and citizens managed to save twenty locomotives, but damages were estimated at $400,000. The Rio Grande's continuing reliance on Salida was demonstrated in its rebuilding and enlarging of the damaged structures. Bob Rush Collection....
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The Girls Drum Corps, a division of the Grand Army of the Republic, Post #37, at Alpine Park, 1911. Bob Rush Collection.
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Frantzhurst Rainbow Trout delivery truck. Bob Rush Collection.
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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West Side Liquor Store was owned and operated by Carl Spino and located at the end of W. 2nd St.
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Band marching north on E Street, passing Alpine Park. Bob Rush Collection.
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The Rio Grande Hospital opened in November 1885, described as “one of the finest buildings of similar size in the West and...the especial pride of the town.” Railroad workers throughout the line paid fifty cents each month to a fund to cover the operation of the hospital. The substantial two- and-a-half-story brick building resembled a fine residence and featured a wrap-around verandah surmounted by a balcony. The landscape...
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The Salida Wrecking Company was located at 236 W. 3rd St. in Salida, Colorado. Owned and operated by Leslie and Emmett Shewalter. Bob Rush Collection.
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Fourth of July celebration at Alpine Park in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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An I.O.O.F. Parade taken at 3rd and F Streets in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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A photo of Ute Pass and Rainbow Falls near Manitou Springs, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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A photo taken after the January 2, 1886 fire that devastated downtown Salida. Fire destroyed nine of Peter Mulvany's buildings on 1st and G Streets, along with all of the contents. Mulvany quickly rebuilt a new grocery store and warehouses. Bob Rush Collection.