My Known Images:
Katinka [aka Chicken Hawk Mine]
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This is not the best view of this area, due to the print type of process behind this postcard. It will never scan well and details are lost to the dots making up the image. But, it does show yet another image that at least at one time did exist out there as a negative, with several mines visible. Also, we see what appears to still be left standing two structures down in what once was the town of Anaconda – seen about center nearly at bottom edge – one with a false front type towards left.
* In the foreground, along bottom part, is structures belonging to the Anaconda Mine, I think the long surviving Blacksmith shed is the one at lower right-hand corner.
* The Mary McKinney Mine is seen about 1/3 down from top and covers about the left part of this image, from center where the large/massive Shaft House is seen with its big dump and large crib-wall down towards the road that used to be the F. & C.C. roadbed.
* The Katinka Mine, often seen named as the Chicken Hawk Mine – even if most of the Chicken Hawk claim is as far as I can tell on the other side of Guyot Hill – is seen about 1/3 in from right-hand side quite near top of the card with the top of Guyot Hill behind it. It possible may also lay on another claim, but at time of writing [29.05.2017] I just go with what my old USGS map with numbered mines on them gives me of info, one day I may learn more/better info and will fix it then.
* Not sure what mining operation is seen above the Mary McKinney and to the left of the Katinka, may be same mine operation, some other mine, so, for time being, I just leave it be.
Media Info Last Updated:
03.04.2018 (22:49:07)
Title on Image:
Mary McKinney Mine, Cripple Creek, Colo.
Photographer [Date]:
Unknown
Description:
This is not the best view of this area, due to the print type of process behind this postcard. It will never scan well and details are lost to the dots making up the image. But, it does show yet another image that at least at one time did exist out there as a negative, with several mines visible. Also, we see what appears to still be left standing two structures down in what once was the town of Anaconda – seen about center nearly at bottom edge – one with a false front type towards left.
graphic for visual presentation of text* In the foreground, along bottom part, is structures belonging to the Anaconda Mine, I think the long surviving Blacksmith shed is the one at lower right-hand corner.
graphic for visual presentation of text* The Mary McKinney Mine is seen about 1/3 down from top and covers about the left part of this image, from center where the large/massive Shaft House is seen with its big dump and large crib-wall down towards the road that used to be the F. & C.C. roadbed.
graphic for visual presentation of text* The Katinka Mine, often seen named as the Chicken Hawk Mine – even if most of the Chicken Hawk claim is as far as I can tell on the other side of Guyot Hill – is seen about 1/3 in from right-hand side quite near top of the card with the top of Guyot Hill behind it. It possible may also lay on another claim, but at time of writing [29.05.2017] I just go with what my old USGS map with numbered mines on them gives me of info, one day I may learn more/better info and will fix it then.
graphic for visual presentation of text* Not sure what mining operation is seen above the Mary McKinney and to the left of the Katinka, may be same mine operation, some other mine, so, for time being, I just leave it be.
Image Note:
My Collection; Postcards.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • Postcard; Published by Auburn Post Card Manufacturing Company; titled Mary McKinney Mine, Cripple Creek, Colo. - Published in ????.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
P-03174
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#194]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#194
  This image I've also found on the Internet at the Wyoming State Archives Photo Collection, dated as 1903 and photo by J.E. Stimson, which was a photographer of Cheyenne, Wyoming it seems. Sadly, that image is a thumbnail type only but to my eyes they are identical.
  The view itself is of a printed bad quality type showing a birds-eye view from Gold Hill across Squaw Gulch with partly seen Anaconda at lower right corner and the immense mining operations of the Mary McKinney Mine seen further to the left, still along the bottom part of the image. Guyot Hill is seen just beyond from the mine, where the Chickenhawk mine is seen near the top – or at least what I know from modern times as the Chicken Hawk mine.
Media Info Last Updated:
03.08.2017 (17:51:18)
Title on Image:
Mary Mckinney Mine [as Seen From Gold Hill]
Photographer [Date]:
J.E. Stimson [1903]
Description:
  This image I've also found on the Internet at the Wyoming State Archives Photo Collection, dated as 1903 and photo by J.E. Stimson, which was a photographer of Cheyenne, Wyoming it seems. Sadly, that image is a thumbnail type only but to my eyes they are identical.
graphic for visual presentation of text  The view itself is of a printed bad quality type showing a birds-eye view from Gold Hill across Squaw Gulch with partly seen Anaconda at lower right corner and the immense mining operations of the Mary McKinney Mine seen further to the left, still along the bottom part of the image. Guyot Hill is seen just beyond from the mine, where the Chickenhawk mine is seen near the top – or at least what I know from modern times as the Chicken Hawk mine.
Image Note:
My Collection; From page 646 in the December 31, 1904 issue of The Mining World; scaled from a 600dpi scan.
Source, Printed Items (Found/Seen in/Known):
  • Page 646; The Mining World (Volume 21, No. 27) - Published in 1904.
Source, Internet (Found/Seen/Known):
Source ID, My Collection:
I-01569
Type/Category [Media ID]:
Photograph/Image [#232]
Shareable Link to Pic Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/01main/all_known_entities/pics_list-evry1_sort-newtop.php#232