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card0001.jpg Sign at the Junction of US 24 and Colo 67 at Divide, Colorado.
card0002.jpg Bennett Ave, Cripple Creek
card0003.jpg Bennett Ave, Cripple Creek
card0004.jpg One of the gold mines in the region
card0005.jpg Carlton Mill, about half way between Cripple Creek and Victor. This is where much of the gold ore from the area is treated.
card0006.jpg The Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine. Take a trip thru the most popular gold mine in America. Located at the junction of US hwy 67 and 336, one mile n/e of Cripple Creek. My uncle, Carl Neppel, worked at this mine for many years.
card0007.jpg Mt Pisgah, known as Signal Mountain by the Ute Indians was renamed Pisgah by a traveler who recognized its likeness to the Mt. Pisgah in the Holy Land. Ugly as the mountain looks, the view of half of Colorado at the top is incredible.
card0008.jpg Pikes Peak in the background.
card0009.jpg Elkton Gold Mine, Cripple Creek, Colo., 1908
card0010.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo., 1908 and 1941
card0011.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo.,
card0012.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo., 1941
card0013.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo., Bennett Ave., Courthouse on the left
card0014.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo., Bennett Ave., Courthouse on the right at far end of road
card0015.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo., Train station, now the museum.
card0016.jpg Cripple Creek, Colo.,
You say you like snow? This is what you call snow!

Cripple Creek, Dec 6, 1913

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