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Real estate appraisal card. 117 W. Sackett Ave., lots % & 6, block 5, in Salida, Colorado. This building is not shown on the 1888 Sanborn map, but does appear on the 1890 map, when it is indicated as a Chinese laundry and female boarding on the second story, connected by a passage on the first story to a female boarding house or bordello at 113 W. Sackett Ave. This block of West Sackett Avenue was Salida's Red Light district, and contained several...
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Real estate appraisal card. 130 W. Sackett Avenue, pt. SE 1/4, Sec. 32 T 50N R 9E, in Salida, Colorado. This building was constructed about 1906. The 1909 and 1914 Sanborn maps show this building divided into six units and labeled "female boarding," a Sanborn Map Company euphemism for a place of prostitution. This building is visible on 1926 and late 1930s overview photographs of Salida taken from Tenderfoot Hill. These "cribs" were operated by...
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Real estate appraisal card. 113 Sackett Avenue, lots 9 & 10, block 4 in Salida, Colorado. Based on Sanborn fire insurance map evidence, this building was constructed between 1890 and 1893. The building was addressed as 113 E. Front Street (later 113 E. Sackett Avenue). A saloon is shown as the building's occupant on 1893 through 1909 Sanborn maps. A 1902 article discussing the construction of a two-unit house to the east, referred to this structure...
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Real estate appraisal card. 339 E. Sackett Avenue, lot 4, block 2, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 329 E. Sackett Avenue, lot 6 and part of 7, block 2 in Salida, Colorado. This dwelling, facing the Arkansas River and the railroad yard, was constructed between 1882 and 1888. Jeremiah O'Connor lived here according to the 1905-06 Salida city directory, where his occupation was listed as foreman. Mr. O'Connor was born in Waterville, Ireland, in 1863 and came to America in 1884, first going to Indianapolis and then Salida....
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Real estate appraisal card. 333 (now 335) E. Sackett Avenue, lot 5, block 2, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 325 E. Sackett Avenue, part of lots 7 & 8, block 2, in Salida, Colorado. This dwelling, facing the Arkansas River and the railroad yard, was constructed between 1888 and 1890. Henry C. Dunham, a canvasser, was listed at this address in the 1903-04 city directory. According to the 1910 manuscript Census returns, Charles H. and Dora E. Hartbaner and their two children lived here. The Hartbaners operated a laundry in the...
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Real estate appraisal card. 319 E. Sackett Avenue, part of lots 8 & 9, block 2, in Salida, Colorado. This house was built between 1882 and 1886. At the time of the 1910 Census, this was the home of Ulysses and Cora Banks and their three sons. Banks was identified as a car repairer with the railroad and the couple were indicated as owners of the residence. Their oldest son, who was fourteen years old, worked as a wood hauler. Mr. Banks was born...
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Real estate appraisal card. 307 E. Sackett Avenue, lots 11-13, block 2, in Salida, Colorado. This house was built between 1914 and 1920. William Newton and Isabella "Bella" Johnson lived at this house in 1920. William was a carpenter for the railroad. He was born in Mechanicstown, Ohio in September 1852. Bella was born in Pennsylvania about 1857. The couple was married in 1875. In 1900, the couple had lived in Brown's Canon, Colorado with their...
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Real estate appraisal card. 307 W. Sackett, lots 1-4, block 6, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 227 E. Sackett Avenue, lots 7 + 1/2 of 8, block 3, in Salida, Colorado. This house was built between 1898 and 1904. In 1906, David C. Kern, a carpenter for the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, lived at this house. He was born in Ohio in 1868. His wife, Eva W. Kern, was born in Missouri in 1869. They were married in 1888. The couple had a daughter, Crystal M. Kern, who was born in Kansas in 1893. By 1910, they had moved...
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Real estate appraisal card. 227 E. Sackett Avenue, lot 7 & 1/2 of 8, block 3, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 239 E. Sackett Avenue, lot 4, block 3, in Salida, Colorado. This house was erected before 1886. In 1903-04, Lee Huston, a repairman with the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, and the family of James H. Huston, a carpenter, lived at this house. Besides carpentry, James was involved with important mining enterprises in the Salida area. He was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1840. He served with the 20th Illinois regiment during...
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Real estate appraisal card. 239 E. Sackett Avenue, lot 4, block 3, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 217 E. Sackett Avenue, lots 9 + 1/2 of 8, block 3, in Salida, Colorado. This house was built between 1898 and 1904. Leo Welch, a machinist with Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, lived here in 1910. He had married Pearl B. Welch in 1900. Mr. and Mrs. Welch were both born in Texas in 1879. By 1920, Thomas and Elizabeth Kennedy, both Canadian-English immigrants, lived at this house. Thomas Kennedy was born in Ship Harbor,...
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Real estate appraisal card. 217 E. Sackett Ave., lot 9 + 1/2 of 8, block 3, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 133 E. Sackett Avenue, 100' lots 4 & 5, block 4, in Salida, Colorado. A Salida Record article reports that the building was erected in 1902 by J.W. DeWeese. James Watt DeWeese, a native of Ohio, grew up in Ohio and Indiana and apprenticed in the shops of the Lake Shore Railroad as a machinist. In 1887, he came to Salida to work as a machinist for the D&RG Railroad. He worked for the D&RG three years in Salida and three...
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Real estate appraisal card. 313 E. Sackett Avenue, part of lots 10 & 11, block 2, in Salida, Colorado. This house was built between 1882 and 1886. William B. Warnick, a brakeman for Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, lived at this house in 1911-12. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1881. His wife Elizabeth was born in Colorado in 1884. They were married in 1901 and had four children together: Ethel V., Charles R., Albert J., and Thelma N. Warnick. The...
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Real estate appraisal card. 247 E. Sackett Avenue, lots 1-3, block 3, in Salida, Colorado. This building was erected in 1891. The 1893 Sanborn identified this building as the Knox Hotel. By 1898, the building was labeled as "furnished rooms." The 1903-04 city directory listed at least eight lodgers at this address, all of whom worked for the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad in such capacities as boilermaker, machinist, hostler, or helper. By 1905-06,...
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Real estate appraisal card. This is approximately 733 W. Sackett Avenue, lots 7-8, block 11, in Salida, Colorado.