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Cripple Creek Dist. - Colo. - ''Pharmacist Town'' Bull Mt. April 20th '93.
William J. Gillen
Quite a nice very early view of east side of Bull Hill with some of its mines and the early start of the town of Altman, here called 'Pharmacist Town,' while Bull Hill is called Bull Mountain. Taken April 20, 1893 it feels like a treasure to have, flaws and all!
Near left-hand side the early Shaft house of the Hidden Treasure Mine is seen, while further downhill, the Zenobia, Pharmacist and Burns Shaft houses are marked out, thankfully. There are more mines, but they are not marked out.
I did procure the colored version of this image. Source was grayish, or in common speech black & white. Used an online service and tweaked and worked with image to get what looks best to my eyes at the moment. Source had flaws, somewhat faded, ridges on the photo itself, and it was impossible to bring forward the Pikes Peak Range, but in the end, I worked over it as best as I could.
Image Note:My Collection; Photographs. Cropped version of my 300dpi scan. I did procure the colored edition of this image.
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