Showing 1 - 13 of 13 , query time: 0.02s
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
In the distance are snow capped mountains and trees. The edge of the road is in the foreground. A real photo print.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Color photo of the "Galloping Goose" on a blue sky day.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Color photo of the Galloping Goose train caboose parked in a field.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Three photos - Mesa Verde Cliff Palace, Pt. Lookout Camp Cottages and Pt. Lookout One Stop Super Service Station. "Modern Cabins--Natural Gas. Up-to-Date cafe--Curio Shop. Miles from camp to..." C.T. Art-Gravure.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Picture of Galloping Goose motor car traveling along the railroad tracks on a cliff-side.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
The text reads, "Near Telluride, between Ophir and Rico, was Matterhorn, a minute community at the base of Yellow Mountain. Here is the old saloon."
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
The postcard shows a lake that is surrounded with trees. There are some mountains in the background and some clouds in the sky.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
A sepia postcard of a street a street with some cows walking through. There are people lined up on the side of the street watching.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
A color postcard with a mountain in the background with some trees in the foreground.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
View of men constructing a rudimentary bridge across a mountain river. The lower third of this real photo postcard is white.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Lizard Head Peak and Lizard Head Pass, altitude 13,156 feet, between Telluride and Rico, Colorado.
Cover Image
Format:
Postcard
Aerial photo of Telluride; a road visible on the left side leads up the hill; the landscape is green.
Cover Image
Format:
Voice Recording
Martha Gardner talks about her childhood in the small towns of Western Colorado, about farm life in Eastern Utah, and about Grand Junction. The interview was conducted by the Mesa County Oral History Project, a collaboration of Mesa County Libraries, the Museums of Western Colorado and the Mesa County Historical Society.