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Among the people in this group are Mary Galvin, Margaret Galvin, Edward Galvin, and Patrick Galvin. Mary Galvin married Frank Bradbury in 1898. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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The Commercial Hotel in Granite, Colorado. Built in 1865. This image is courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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This is the Chas. Ranch, Granite Outfiting Shop, taken in 1882. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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A group portrait at Lost Canyon. Margaret Galvin is pictured front row, 5th from left, and Mary Ellen Galvin Bradbury is pictured front row, 6th from left. This image is from the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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The Pine residence in Granite, Colorado, around 1882. The Pine family are pictured in front. This residence burned down in 1914. This image is from the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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The National Meat Market in Granite, Colorado. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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This is the Granite Depot. Freight is being loaded for a trip to Aspen, Colorado. The Frank Bradbury house is marked with an 'X'. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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An image of the Aztec Mine in Granite, Colorado. Owner Jesse Bond is marked at center. This image is notable because it claims the two African-American miners in the back were the first in Lake County.
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This is the A.G. Curtis General Store and Post Office in Granite, Colorado, around 1880. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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An image of the Aztec Mine near Granite, Colorado. Mine owner Jesse Bond is seated 8th from left. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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An image of the Belle of Granite Mine in Granite, Colorado. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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A view of Main Street in Granite, Colorado, after the devastating fire of 1897. The Salida Mail reported on May 25, 1897: 'The town of Granite was almost entirely destroyed by fire yesterday. The origin of the fire was from a defective flue. The principal block of buildings, all of frame and log were completely destroyed. The property of the railroad was not damaged. The total loss was $10,000.00, fairly well covered by insurance.' Image courtesy...
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An image of B.W. Marsh's Harness Shop in Granite. This building eventually became the Assayer's Office. It burned down in 1920. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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An image of a group outing at Twin Lakes (lower lake). Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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Boss Caswell's Monkey House Saloon in Granite, Colorado. Boss is the bearded gentleman standing in the doorway. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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This is Enos Shaul's Sample Room where salesman showed off their merchandise. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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The Cache Creek Boarding House, just below the Granite Cemetery. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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A full shot of the town of Granite, Colorado. The 'X' marks the Granite courthouse, which burned down in 1897. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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This group of miners are in front of an unknown mine in Aspen, Colorado. Frank Bradbury is in the front row, second from left. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.
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W.L. Bradburn's Blacksmith and Wagon Shop in Granite, Colorado. Image courtesy the Patricia Bradbury Holton Collection.