Scanned items: Postcards from My Collection
This Category: Independence Townsite, has a total of 11 images, as of 05.02.2019 (16:59:02).
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Southwest Slope of Bull Hill, Cripple Creek Districtbackside of Southwest Slope of Bull Hill, Cripple Creek District
Media Info Last Updated:
23.07.2018 (15:04:19)
Title (on) Image:
Southwest Slope of Bull Hill, Cripple Creek District
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1914-01-04; Seen a postcard stamped January 5th, so Day Photographed can't be closer than at least one day earlier.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03840 [#6515]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6515
Description:
Sadly the paper this postcard is made on is one of those not so good one, and while it scanned useful it is not very good as the dark areas are just dark, and there is some silvery like parts in those darker area, also messing with my scan.
graphic for visual presentation of text The scene itself is an interesting one, as it captures and identifying some of the mines at this area of Bull Hill, also shows the Golden Circle trackage in this area, with lots of small mine operations around on the ground, with homes and houses spread around and growing huge dumps.
graphic for visual presentation of text In upper right corner the American Eagle Shaft House and mine operation is seen marked as 'Eagles' while further down along the right-hand side, the Ore-House of the Shurtloff No. 2 Mine is seen about 2/5 down – this had a side-spur, leaving the mainline of the Golden Circle about halfway up the route around Bull Cliffs on the south side, pieces of that spur is seen in lower foreground just above the word 'Cripple' in the card's title text along the bottom of this postcard view.
Extra Image Links:
Southwest Slope of Bull Hill, Cripple Creek District {Enhanced; Straightened}   
Sorting Categories:
Golden Circle Related   Independence Townsite   
Mining Enties visible:
American Eagle - 312   Findley - 216   Delmonico Mine [Bull Hill] - 1065   Shurtloff No. 2 - 221   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
23.06.2018 at USD 35.25
Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ?backside of Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ?
Media Info Last Updated:
23.07.2018 (13:46:02)
Title (on) Image:
Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ?
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:

Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03634 [#6291]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6291
Description:
This has always felt like a Bull Hill, eastern slope, type of mine to me, and this being the second version of this view I've seen/got hold of. I been searching high and low to try find proof to that feel though, but all has failed until when I did a comparison with two other images in my collection found at DB-Ref. P-02385 & P-02386. With those, I figured it out!
graphic for visual presentation of text Location is at the place of the former larger Hull City Mine, the cribbing seen further uphill in the background was part of the large Findley Dump and is also found in those two mentioned views. What happened to the much larger and well-known Hull City Mine I have no knowledge about, maybe it burned? Maybe it got tore down?
graphic for visual presentation of text Either way, as far as I can tell this view is at that location of the Hull City, so that is how it shall stay until that day someone can point out to me where I got mistaken. :-) But, why someone could mistake this for the Mary McKinney Mine is beyond my ability to understand, but someone wrote sometime in the past of this postcard's history on the backside a handwritten note claiming this to be the Mary McKinney Mine but that is plainly just wrong! That mine looks way different.
graphic for visual presentation of text If I compare this to P-02386 I need to look at the 1200dpi scan and there I find it about 1/3 down and about center sideways, where I look direct to the Ore-House part, with the Head-Frame to the right and the cribbing about twice the distance to the right there again – but it is impossible to tell the depth from this postcard view. If I compare the postcard to P-02385 I still need to look at the 1200dpi scan where I find it about 2/5 down from top and about 1/8 from right-hand side. Angle is about the same as on the other photo, can't say I get a better look either, both photographs are not sharp at this resolution.
graphic for visual presentation of text Back at the postcard view itself, the old Golden Circle Mainline is seen about 2/5 down from top, entering the view at left-side, climbing a little, hide behind a dump at the crib-wall, then being visible a little again before exiting behind a new dump at the right-hand side. Below the crib-wall, almost at middle down/top is the old grade of the High Line, and the Short Line Portland branch – long gone in this view as I see no line side poles, so this help dating the view to be after the demise of the Trolley Service in late 1919.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About 2/7 down from top and nearly 1/7 in from left-hand side, against the sky, is the top of the Head-frame at the Specimen Mine seen with its wheel about center of the top frame from right to left in this view – very hard to make out on the postcard scan, easier to see on my 1200dpi scan.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About 1/7 down from top and about 1/7 in from right-hand side is another Head-Frame seen, and I keep wondering if this might not be the eastern Lucky Guess shaft? Very hard to tell, the old shaft house is long gone.
Extra Image Links:
Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ? {Enhanced; Straightened}    ⊞ Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ? {Cropped; Enhanced; Straightened}   
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Hull City placer - 321   Specimen - 412   
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Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.backside of Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Media Info Last Updated:
15.07.2018 (14:10:59)
Title (on) Image:
Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1908-07-03; Seen a printed/lithograph type of postcard dated July 10, which gives at least 1 week to process/create, hence the latest date used.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-00064 [#68]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#68
Description:
This is one of my earliest bought postcards, all the way back to August 2005, and it took till today; July 15, 2018; before I learned a little bit more about it, like the fact this is a Julia Skolas photo! And so far, I know about 19 uses of the base negative/photo, many used for this postcard here in various crop editions, so I think it was a popular view and printed many times by both the same and various postcard publishers as I've seen various versions of this one.
graphic for visual presentation of text There appears to be some form of snow on the ground in the foreground and on the hills and mountains in the distance background right, this gives the impression this might be a late winter photograph, possible 1908 as a year, as this postcard has a date of July 10, 1908 on its text message.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About 1/3 down and almost at left-hand edge is the Vindicator No. 2 Shaft-House; in this colored postcard version it is not as white as it is on other colored postcard versions.
graphic for visual presentation of text * Vindicator No. 1 is seen also about 1/3 down from top and about 2/5 in from right-hand side, consisting of a Shaft House, large Powerplant, huge Ore-House; and lot of dumps.
graphic for visual presentation of text * Just to the right of the Vindicator No. 1 is the (on this view) large dark green with red colored roof Shaft House of the Lillie/Lilly/Lily Mine. This structure of the Lillie was later used as an experimental Mill for the Vindicator mine.
graphic for visual presentation of text * In the foreground lower right there is unknown mine structure, which I wish was easy to say which mine it is, but my brain refuses to work, and I do not know currently (15.07.2018]. I been wondering if it might be on the Longfellow claim, but I am not sure, it feels located wrong though, too far south of what is now a reduced Independence Townsite, seen about middle of the image extending uphill towards your left.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 2 - 232   Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Lillie - 234   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
05.06.2009 at USD 5.5512.07.2009 at USD 9.9917.09.2013 at USD 3.53
Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.backside of Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Media Info Last Updated:
15.07.2018 (13:11:03)
Title (on) Image:
Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1908-07-03; Seen a printed/lithograph type of postcard dated July 10, which gives at least 1 week to process/create, hence the latest date used.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03841 [#6516]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6516
Description:
I never seen this view as anything but as a printed/lithograph type of postcard, or in a postcard type of folder, but when I scanned this one I noticed that this is having the same base image as a couple of photo type of postcards that I have, which I found cool as suddenly I could say this is a Julia Skolas photo! And so far, I know about 19 uses of the base negative/photo, many used for this postcard here in various crop editions, so I think it was a popular view and printed many times by both the same and various postcard publishers as I've seen various versions of this one.
graphic for visual presentation of text Wish it was as easy to say which mine is up front in lower right, but my brain refuses to work, and I do not know currently (15.07.2018]. I been wondering if it might be on the Longfellow claim, but I am not sure, it feels located wrong though, too far south of what is now a reduced Independence Townsite, seen about middle of the image extending uphill towards your left.
graphic for visual presentation of text * Known mines count the Vindicator No. 2; the whitish single shaft house far left, about 2/5 down from top and about as much in from left-hand edge as the Shaft-house is wide.
graphic for visual presentation of text * Vindicator No. 1 is seen also about 2/5 down from top and about 2/5 in from right-hand side, consisting of a Shaft House, large Powerplant, huge Ore-House; all white in this view; lot of dumps.
graphic for visual presentation of text * Just to the right of the Vindicator No. 1 is the (on this view) large red colored shaft house of the Lillie/Lilly/Lily Mine. This structure of the Lillie was later used as an experimental Mill for the Vindicator mine.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About center top/down and about 1/5 in from right-hand side is the Midland Terminal Independence Depot and tracks visible. There appears to be some form of snow on the ground in the foreground and on the hills and mountains in the distance background right, this gives the impression this might be a late winter photograph, possible 1908 as a year.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 2 - 232   Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Lillie - 234   Longfellow Mine - 235   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
23.06.2018 at USD 3.0
A View at the Vindicator and Lillie Mines on Bull Hill, with the M.T. Independence Depot in Foreground Rightbackside of A View at the Vindicator and Lillie Mines on Bull Hill, with the M.T. Independence Depot in Foreground Right
Media Info Last Updated:
15.07.2018 (12:14:30)
Title (on) Image:
A View at the Vindicator and Lillie Mines on Bull Hill, with the M.T. Independence Depot in Foreground Right
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1908-07-03; Seen a printed/lithograph type of postcard dated July 10, which gives at least 1 week to process/create, hence the latest date used.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03544 [#6189]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6189
Description:
This unmarked postcard view here is the same as marked postcard views by Julia Skolas in my possession, but this seems to be the best of the ones I've seen, even if it is a smaller crop from the source image then the other versions I've seen.
graphic for visual presentation of text In lower left part of the lower Independence town is seen, with the Midland Terminal Depot seen in lower right, and strangely enough, what appears to be dual gauge tracks on the curve closest to the depot structure, wonder if it is true dual or just guard rail for the curve…
graphic for visual presentation of text Above the M.T. depot at top right is the old Lillie Mine Shaft Structures seen in all its glory, but I can't tell if this is before or after it was closed as a mine and reused as a Mill for the Vindicator Mine, seen to the left, about center sideways and about 1/3 down from the top. Poking out from the Vindicator Ore-House is seen yet another structure and that leads to a chute down to the M.T. tracks and some form of Ore-Bin down there, presumable some form of mill operations.
graphic for visual presentation of text Near upper left a string of railroad cars appearing to be passenger cars can be seen, not quite understanding that as that should be on the High Line grade and if they are parked there, that makes this after the Trolley Services closed in 1919, but I am not sure why they are up there or not. Studying a 1200dpi scan it appears the cars may be located below the High Line tracks as there appears to be a line pole a little bit higher up, so maybe the cars are standing on what was a siding there, after all, the track appears to be level where the cars are standing.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   Short Line Related   High Line   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Lillie - 234   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
Vindicator Mine and Areabackside of Vindicator Mine and Area
Media Info Last Updated:
15.07.2018 (12:14:30)
Title (on) Image:
Vindicator Mine and Area
Photographer [Date]:
Julia Skolas
Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1908-07-03; Seen a printed/lithograph type of postcard dated July 10, which gives at least 1 week to process/create, hence the latest date used.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-00156 [#181]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#181
Description:
This titled postcard view by Julia Skolas is not of Cripple Creek per say, as indicated by the title below the name of the photographer, but of the Vindicator Mine complex, and possible of the Lillie Mine if it still was in operation when this image was photographed, both located on Bull Hill in the Cripple Creek District.
graphic for visual presentation of text In lower left part of the lower Independence town is seen, with the Midland Terminal Depot seen in lower right. Above the M.T. depot at top right is the old Lillie Mine Shaft Structures seen in all its glory, but I can't tell if this is before or after it was closed as a mine and reused as a Mill for the Vindicator Mine, seen to the left, about center sideways and about 1/3 down from the top. Poking out from the Vindicator Ore-House is seen yet another structure and that leads to a chute down to the M.T. tracks and some form of Ore-Bin down there, presumable some form of mill operations.
graphic for visual presentation of text Just left of the Vindicator Mine complex, a string of railroad cars appearing to be passenger cars can be seen, not quite understanding that as that should be on the High Line grade and if they are parked there, that makes this after the Trolley Services closed in 1919, but I am not sure why they are up there or not. Studying a 1200dpi scan it appears the cars may be located below the High Line tracks as there appears to be a line pole a little bit higher up, so maybe the cars are standing on what was a siding there, after all, the track appears to be level where the cars are standing.
graphic for visual presentation of text In the foreground left, several structures in the town of Independence is seen, and clearly many of them is vacant and not livable so this is clearly a declining town by the time this image was made.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Lillie - 234   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ? [darker]backside of Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ? [darker]
Media Info Last Updated:
21.05.2018 (17:35:00)
Title (on) Image:
Hull City Mine, Bull Hill in the 1930-40's ? [darker]
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:

Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03546 [#6191]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6191
Description:
This has always felt like a Bull Hill, eastern slope, type of mine to me, this being the first ever version of this view I've seen/got hold of. I've been searching high and low to try find proof to substantiate that feel though, but all had failed until I did a comparison with two other images in my collection found at DB-Ref. P-02385 & P-02386. With those, I figured it out! :-)
graphic for visual presentation of text Location is at the place of the former larger Hull City Mine, the cribbing seen further uphill in the background was part of the large Findley Dump and is also found in those two mentioned views. What happened to the much larger and well-known Hull City Mine I have no knowledge about, maybe it burned? Maybe it got tore down?
graphic for visual presentation of text Either way, as far as I can tell this view is at that location of the Hull City, so that is how it shall stay until that day someone can point out to me where I got mistaken. :-) But, why someone could mistake this for the Mary McKinney Mine is beyond my ability to understand, but someone wrote sometime in the past of this postcard's history on the backside a handwritten note claiming this to be the Mary McKinney Mine but that is plainly just wrong! That mine looks way different.
graphic for visual presentation of text If I compare this to P-02386 I need to look at the 1200dpi scan and there I find it about 1/3 down and about center sideways, where I look direct to the Ore-House part, with the Head-Frame to the right and the cribbing about twice the distance to the right there again – but it is impossible to tell the depth from this postcard view. If I compare the postcard to P-02385 I still need to look at the 1200dpi scan where I find it about 2/5 down from top and about 1/8 from right-hand side. Angle is about the same as on the other photo, can't say I get a better look either, both photographs are not sharp at this resolution.
graphic for visual presentation of text Back at the postcard view itself, the old Golden Circle Mainline is seen about 1/3 down from top, entering the view at left-side, climbing a little, hide behind a dump at the crib-wall, then being visible a little again before exiting behind a new dump at the right-hand side. Below the crib-wall, almost at middle top/down is the old grade of the High Line, and the Short Line Portland branch – long gone in this view as I see no line side poles, so this help dating the view to be after the demise of the Trolley Service in late 1919.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About 5/22 down from top and about 1/7 in from left-hand side, against the sky, is the top of the Head-frame at the Specimen Mine seen with its wheel about center of the top frame from left to right in this view – very hard to make out on the postcard scan, easier to see on my 1200dpi scan.
graphic for visual presentation of text * About 1/15 down from top and about 1/7 in from right-hand side is another Head-Frame seen, and I keep wondering if this might not be the eastern Lucky Guess shaft? Very hard to tell, the old shaft house is long gone.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Hull City placer - 321   Specimen - 412   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
View East From Upper Independence Town Towards Vindicator Minebackside of View East From Upper Independence Town Towards Vindicator Mine
Media Info Last Updated:
06.04.2018 (16:30:58)
Title (on) Image:
View East From Upper Independence Town Towards Vindicator Mine
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:
1910; As that is the year it is said the Vindicator No. 1 changed to the Steel framed Head-Frame seen in the image
Date Guess, No Later Than:

Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03538 [#6183]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6183
Description:
For me this was a view I had to get hold of as it is a very informative postcard view showing/sharing many things! There are so many things in this view I have no words, but I shall try my best to talk about them.
graphic for visual presentation of text In foreground right I am pretty certain that the street seen is the continuation of the Montgomery Avenue in Independence town, passing by the High Line Independence Shelter structure seen about 1/4 up from bottom and about 1/5 in from right-hand side, with the High Line seen running through the upper portion of Independence from right to the left going down the grade to a loop not visible in this view, turning 180-degree and running back towards right on the hidden side of the Vindicator No. 1 Shaft which is seen in the distance nearly center/middle of this view – slightly to the right and above center.
graphic for visual presentation of text About 1/6 in from left-hand side and about 1/3 up from bottom, crossing the before mention High Line grade, on a curve, is the Craigue Avenue of Independence, running downhill passed the two-story Public School and ending at the intersection with 3rd Street as below that intersection the Hose House and Hall, Fire-station I think, is located on what should have been the street, with railroad spurs connecting to Vindicator shafts beyond/below that.
graphic for visual presentation of text The before mentioned Public School is seen just right of the center/middle of image and just below same, with the Hose-house seen with is tower like structure just right of the white large school structure. Beyond the Hose-house one can see the Ore-house of the Vindicator No. 1 Mine, with blackish soot up above the arched opening into the ore-house for train cars and engines as clearly, they have also run into the house or else it would not have been that dirty above the opening.
graphic for visual presentation of text Vindicator No. 2 Shaft is seen with its smaller but quite high structure about 1/5 in from right-hand side and about 2/5 up from bottom with the Gloriette/Glorietta/Glorieta Shaft seen just in front and to the right with a Head-Frame seen, easier to see on a higher resolution scan.
graphic for visual presentation of text In front of the before mentioned Hose-house there are railroad tracks with dual gauge (3-rails), part of the Golden Circle spur that once served the now gone Lillie Mine seen as a larger Dump beyond the No. 1 Vindicator Shaft structure, and at one time run all the way to the Cripple Creek Sampler on Bull Hill/Victor Pass (Sampler as also know as the Black Sampler). The dual gauge also served Vindicator No. 2 and might possible have gone down to the No. 1 Ore-house, but not sure.
Sorting Categories:
Golden Circle Related   Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   Short Line Related   High Line   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Vindicator No. 2 - 232   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
Vindicator and Lillie Mines, Bull Hill District, Cripple Creek District, Colo.backside of Vindicator and Lillie Mines, Bull Hill District, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Media Info Last Updated:
04.04.2018 (23:38:21)
Title (on) Image:
Vindicator and Lillie Mines, Bull Hill District, Cripple Creek District, Colo.
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1907-12-31; The base image appears in a special Postcard folder with a 1907 Copyright to it, so the image can't be photographed later than this date.
Published By:
Jas. A. Jones
Source ID, My Collection:
P-00468 [#567]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#567
Description:
I've seen this image two times, this card and as a small view in a special type of Multiview postcard, that last one has a Copyright date of 1907 so that did help make this image even older than the date on this postcard view did.
graphic for visual presentation of text In foreground left bottom several houses of Independence Town are seen, with the Midland Terminal Depot down at the tracks. The massive dumps of the Vindicator, and the Lillie, dominates the scene, and while the paper and image quality is not that great being a printed card, the huge square like structure of the Lillie Mine is easy to pick out in this view, where it is located about center of the card, with the Vindicator No. 1 Shaft to left with its 3 smokestacks sending darker smoke to the sky.
Sorting Categories:
Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Vindicator No. 1 - 233   Lillie - 234   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
11.03.2013 at USD 13.0727.12.2017 at USD 8.9905.03.2018 at USD 4.75
Findley Mine, Cripple Creek Districtbackside of Findley Mine, Cripple Creek District
Media Info Last Updated:
28.03.2018 (12:37:12)
Title (on) Image:
Findley Mine, Cripple Creek District
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:
1906-08-03; As card is dated on the front with August 4, 1906 it helps date this image to been taken no later then August of 1906.
Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-00635 [#925]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#925
Description:
I never seen this view as a photograph, only as the printed image used for this postcard and two kind of postcard folders, where there where small images included inside one larger postcard view. This is a nice view of the large operations going down at the Findley Mine, with several smaller dumps seen in the distance, all on Bull Hill, looking westerly.
graphic for visual presentation of text In the foreground several railroad cars on spurs belonging to the Golden Circle 3-foot railroad can be seen, and I would suspect the home seen in lower right is considered to be part of the Independence townsite even if I can't really see the town itself as that is outside the view at bottom.
graphic for visual presentation of text The first two tracks from bottom up is sidings used to collect ore from horse run wagons from the many smaller mines in the area, while the spur just going to the bottom part of the right-hand bottom corner is a spur I've seen being connected to mine named Deadwood No. 2 if I've read images I've seen correctly. While the track going of into the right-hand side of the lower right bottom, that is part of the Golden Circle mainline that used to run passed the Independence Depot and unto the end loop at Vista Grande, sort of outside the view twice the width or so of this card to the right, higher up, behind the hill.
Sorting Categories:
Golden Circle Related   Independence Townsite   
Mining Enties visible:
Findley - 216   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:
21.05.2012 at USD 39.004.08.2013 at USD 4.5715.02.2014 at USD 18.4508.03.2017 at USD 13.2812.03.2017 at USD 7.4917.11.2018 at USD 22.72
Hull City Placerbackside of Hull City Placer
Media Info Last Updated:
14.03.2018 (11:36:51)
Title (on) Image:
Hull City Placer
Photographer [Date]:

Date Guestimates, Earliest:

Date Guess, No Later Than:

Published By:

Source ID, My Collection:
P-03505 [#6062]
Shareable Link to PC Info:
www.cripplecreekrailroads.com/04library/scnd_postcards_all.php#6062
Description:
This was a new angle to me of the Hull City Mine, was very happy when I got a chance to get hold of this one!
Sorting Categories:
Golden Circle Related   Independence Townsite   Midland Terminal Related   
Mining Enties visible:
Hull City placer - 321   
I've seen copies of this Card sell at eBay on/for:

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