HP-14-0003 application

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Resource Description
(See Continuation Sheet)
Statement of Significance
Boulder County Criteria for Designation (check all that apply):
X The character, interest, or value of the proposed landmark as part of the development, heritage, or
cultural characteristics of the county;
Proposed landmark as a location of a significant local, county, state, or national event;
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o The identification of the proposed landmark with a person or persons significantly contributing to the local,
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county, state, or national history;
The proposed landmark as an embodiment of the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural style
valuable for the study of a period, type, method of construction, or the use of indigenous materials;
The proposed landmark as identification of the work of an architect, landscape architect, or master builder
whose work has influenced development in the county, state, or nation;
The proposed landmark's archaeological significance;
o The proposed landmark as an example of either architectural or structural innovation; and
X
The relationship of the proposed landmark to other distinctive structures, districts, or sites which would
also be determined to be of historic significance.
Areas of Significance: Historical Residence
Period of Significance: 1875·1957
Significant Dates 1875·Home built; Circa 1878·1904-Housed miners; 201D-Survlved Fourmile Fire; 2013-Survived floods
Significant Persons; Lamartine and Jennie Alderman, Original owners (1875); John Pierce, Salina Constable (1879.1882)
Bibliographical References
The Mining Camps - Salina & Summerville, Copyright 2005, M.M. Anderson
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Geographical Data
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Property Owner(s) Information
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CONTINUATION SHEET
HISTORICAL NARRATIVE
(Taken from The Mining Camps: Salina and Summervile by M.M. Anderson)
The Settlement of Salina
April 21, 1874
Before the Spring of 1874, several miners had prospected for gold in Gold Run and had staked their load claims around the
area that would one day become Salina, but these prospectors and miners did not form a cohesive camp. The Ingram
mine, located about halfway between the Victoria agd the mouth of Gold Run, was one of the mines to be discovered near
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the future site of Salina. Its discovery date of April 3 , 1871 occurred three years before Salina was settled - but significant
mining development at the Ingram did not begin until two miners and a banker purchased the mine in December 1874. By
then, the Salina Camp was well established.
Oliver Perry Hamilton of Salina, Kansas was appointed Deputy United States Mineral Surveyor of Colorado, and was on his
way to the San Juan Mountains in April 1874 when he detoured in Boulder, CO. On April 21, 1974, Hamilton's surveying
party settled south of Sunshine in an open area along Gold Run. They named their settlement Camp Salina.
1875
At the beginning of 1875, Salina was a mining camp' filled with excitement and almost daily mine discoveries, news of
which could now be spread by mail from the new Salina Post Offic~. Barely a.year after the camp was established, there
were "about-one·hundred miners and thirty families" living in Salina.
Jennie and Lamartine Alderman came to Salina in 1875 and immediately built their "frame dwelling house" on the
"southerly side of Gold Run", which is now 363 Gold Run Rd.
1876
In 1876, Salina had a store, meat market, and saloons, though still no school or church buildings.
1885
The Salina Schoolhouse was built and continues to be utilized by the current residents of Salina today.
1902
A church, now called "The Little Church in the Pines," was built on the Emma Lode mining claim and continues to be
utilized by the current residents of Salina today.
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Resource Description
The Historical residence at 363 Gold Run Rd is a distinctive one bedroom home located in the mountains of Western
Boulder County. The home is one of the oldest standing and habitable structures in the once thriving mining town of
Salina. The residence is located on the southerly side of Gold Run and central in the town of Salina. The site is prominently
situated on a slope along the main road of Salina's residential community.
The home's historical aspects are complimented by the closely located historically registered Church (across the street)
and School House ("'150 yards away).
The home consists of one main room with a sleeping area above and a smaller connected structure containing the kitchen.
The home is heated by a beautiful wood burning stove. The home is built of wood.
The property also contains an additional structure that contributes to the character of the site - a root cellar. located
directly behind the kitchen - external to the house - the root cellar is made of stone and built into the mountain side.
The property was dramatically impacted by the floods in 2013. The slope in front of the home was washed away and the
north eastern corner of the foundation was damaged. The National Resources Conservation Service, in conjunction with
Boulder County will restore the lost slope in the month of April, 2014. (see continuation sheet for diagram of planned
slope rebuild). A plan to rebuild the foundation in concert with the slope repair is being reviewed by the appropriate
Boulder County departments.
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363 Gold Run Road
5BL.11926
Official eligibility determination
OAHP1403
Rev. 9/98
(OAHP use only)
COLORADO CULTURAL RESOURCE SURVEY
Architectural Inventory Form
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Date _____________________ Initials________________________
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Determined Eligible- NR
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Determined Not Eligible- NR
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Determined Eligible- SR
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Determined Not Eligible- SR
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Need Data
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Contributes to eligible NR District
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Noncontributing to eligible NR District
I. IDENTIFICATION
1.
Resource number:
5BL.11926
2.
Temporary resource number:
363GoldRunRoad
Parcel number: 146118000088
3.
County:
Boulder
4.
City:
Boulder
5.
Historic building name:
Alderman Residence
6.
Current building name:
Tew House
7.
Building address:
363 Gold Run Road
8.
Owner name:
John Matson Tew
Owner organization:
Owner address:
365 Gold Run Road
Boulder, CO 80302
44. National Register eligibility field assessment:
State Register eligibility field assessment:
Local landmark eligibility field assessment:
Individually eligible
Not eligible
Needs data
Previously listed
Individually eligible
Individually eligible
Not eligible
Not eligible
Needs data
Needs data
Previously listed
Previously listed
Fourmile Canyon Historical and Architectural Survey
HISTORITECTURE
6/7/2013
PO Box 181095, Denver, CO 80218-8822 • (303) 390-1638 • www.historitecture.com
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II. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
9.
P.M.:
SW
6th
1/4
Township:
NE
1/4
10. UTM Reference Zone:
Easting:
467909
11. USGS quad name:
Year:
12. Lot(s):
1N
SE
Range:
1/4
NE
71W
1/4
of section
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Grid aligned on northeast corner of section.
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Northing:
Gold Hill
4433606
Scale:
7.5
1957
House No. 25 Salina
Addition:
Not Applicable
Year of addition:
13. Boundary description and justification:
Not Applicable
The boundary, as described above, contains but does not exceed the land historically associated with the
property.
Metes and bounds exist
III. ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION
14. Building Plan (footprint, shape):
Rectangular Plan
Other building plan descriptions:
15. Dimensions in feet:
805 square feet
16: Number of stories:
1.5
17: Primary external wall material(s):
Wood/Horizontal Siding
Other wall materials:
18: Roof configuration: Gabled Roof/Side Gabled Roof
Other roof configuration:
19: Primary external roof material: Asphalt Roof/Composition Roof
Other roof materials:
20: Special features:
None Applicable
21: General architectural description:
Oriented to the east, this one-and-one-half-story, (likely) Central-hall form home features a rectangular plan. The home is faced in horizontal
siding, painted bright green; all of the trim is white. with yellow and purple accents. The side-gabled roof is covered in asphalt shingles.
The primary entry is centered on the façade. The front door is wooden, painted white, with a large, rectangular, fixed-pane lite. The metal storm
door has the same pattern. The house number “363” appears on a small plaque above this door. There are two windows on the façade, flanking
the primary entry. Each opening is a large, rectangular, vertically oriented, double-hung window. They feature large, decorative shutters, painted
bright yellow. At the southwest corner of the façade is a shed-roofed, rectangular bay that extends out from the main body of the house. This
portion of the home has a north-facing, stained, wooden door, with a large, central fixed pane. The white metal storm door has a rectangular
combination opening in the center. There is a large window, identical to those on the main body of the home, centered under the eaves of the
shed roof. The service meters and a metal fuse box are located near the southwest corner of this shed-roofed extension.
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The north elevation, difficult to see from the public right-of-way, has two windows identical to those on the façade. One is on the lower floor and
the second is in the upper story, centered in the gable face.
Only the upper half-story is visible on the south elevation. Like the north side, it features a window opening in its upper story. This window
matches those on the façade and elsewhere on the home. There is a small television dish west of the window.
The west (rear) elevation of the home is not visible from the public right-of-way.
22. Architectural style:
Other architectural style:
Central hall form
Building type:
23. Landscape or special setting features:
This house is situated on an elevated lot reached via two sets of long stairs. The lower set, adjacent to the unpaved parking area near Gold Run
Road, are stone and built into the hillside. The second set of stairs, closer to the house, are extremely steep, wooden, and feature a wooden railing
painted brown. There are stone retaining walls around the home and defining the level between the two sets of steps. Numerous deciduous
bushes obscure the view of the home. There is a grass front lawn and a flat parking area between the two sets of stairs. The property is sited on a
lot with an elevation of approximately 6,774 feet above mean sea level.
24. Associated building, features or objects:
None visible.
IV. ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
25. Date of Construction: 1875
Actual
Estimate
Source of Information: Anderson, Marti. The Mining Camps: Salina & Summerville. Boulder: Junction House, 2005.
26. Architect: Unknown
Source of Information:
27. Builder: Lamartine Alderman
Source of Information:
Anderson, Marti. The Mining Camps: Salina & Summerville. Boulder: Junction House, 2005.
28. Original Owner: Lamartine & Jennie Alderman
Source of Information:
Anderson, Marti. The Mining Camps: Salina & Summerville. Boulder: Junction House, 2005.
29. Construction history:
According to Boulder County Assessor records, this house has an 1890 date of construction. However, local historian Marti Anderson cites an 1875
construction date. An analysis of the style, building materials, and other historical records corroborates this earlier date. A photograph taken
sometime between 1949 and 1957 shows the shed roofed extension at the southwest corner of the façade. There also is an extremely tall stove
pipe at the southeast corner of the main house. The decorative shutters, at this time, appeared to be angled pieces of fencing and there was a
decorative element, also appearing to be constructed of fencing, which looked like a bell and located above the front door. A comparison of aerial
images with current views indicated in May 2011 the home had a very bland grey and white paint scheme. There is a single building permit for
363 Gold Run Road: addition of two bedrooms and a sitting room (1953); the location of this addition is unclear. An accessory structure was
destroyed in 2010, likely during the Fourmile Fire.
30. Location:
Original Location
Date of move(s):
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V. HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONS
31. Original use(s):
Domestic/Single Dwelling
32. Intermediate uses(s):
Domestic/Single Dwelling
33. Current uses(s):
Domestic/Single Dwelling
34. Site type(s): Central hall form house
35. Historical background:
Lamartine Alderman, born in 1850 in Illinois, built the home at 363 Gold Run Road (originally addressed as Salina House No. 25) and moved in,
with his wife Jennie, in 1875. Alderman ran a meat market with partner Henry Carter, taking sole ownership of this business in 1879. At that time
Carter purchased and moved into this home while the Aldermans moved to lodging adjacent to the store. In 1876 Carter discovered, with partners
Thomas Brown and John Pierce, the Three Brothers mine. Two years later Carter married Sarah Stearns and the newlyweds lived at 363 Gold Run
Road. However, the Carters tenure at the house was brief. In 1879 one of Carter’s partners in the Three Brothers mine, John Pierce, purchased 363
Gold Run Road. Pierce, who served as Salina constable in 1882, lived in this home with his wife Annie. By the 1880 Census, Carter’s wife, Sarah, and
her one-year-old daughter, Mamie, also lived here, with Sarah serving as the Pierce’s domestic servant. There is no indication of Henry Carter
residing at 336 Gold Run Road at this time.
In 1882 John J. and Martha Harris purchased this house. John James (“JJ” or “Jack”) Harris was born in 1849. He married Martha E. Darling in 1871,
and the couple, along with their twin sons, William J. and George H., moved from Pennsylvania to Colorado six years later. The couple had five
more children who survived to adulthood: Leta E., Arthur E., Seibert C., Mabel F., and Helen C. Harris is credited with the discovery of numerous
area mines, including the Plymouth (1885), Cream (1890), British Empire (1890), Brittanic (1890), Prince of Wales (1890), Tambourine (1890), and
Mammoth (1897). He also served as treasurer of the Salina School District and supervised a road crew after the flood of 1894. Harris owned at least
two other homes nearby, 16 Alpine Gulch (5BL.11903) and South Salina House No. 12 (no longer extant). The Harrises owned 363 Gold Run Road
for ten years. In 1902 the family moved to Boulder. Harris died of pneumonia in 1911, having mined for over thirty-five years. Local historian Marti
Anderson labeled Harris “one of the more successful miners in Salina.”
Samuel G. Knott owned 363 Gold Run Road briefly in 1892. Knott, a miner and superintendent at the Nancy Mine, urged his sister, Mary Ann, and
her husband, William J. King, to move to Salina. When Mary Ann drowned in the Salina flood of 1891, Samuel sold his home at 173 Gold Run Road
(5BL.11920) and moved to nearby Wallstreet. In 1898 he lived in Boulder, but he sold his house after his wife’s death in 1901. Knott, from 1904 to
1907, engaged in mining in Nevada and California, where he worked with his brother-in-law George Mitchell. This property transferred from Knott
to John Leigh. Leigh owned the house until 1898, when he moved to Louisville.
Henry W. Nicholls was the next owner of 363 Gold Run Road, selling it in 1904. Nicholls was born in 1870. He mined in both Salina and
Summerville and also experienced some success in the Nederland tungsten boom during World War I. In 1915 he divorced his first wife, Minnie
Viola (nee Croul) Nicholls, and in 1916, he married his second wife, Nellie Beckwith Evans. Nicholls lost an eye in a 1925 wood chopping accident
and killed himself three months later. The Nicholses also owned 1577 Gold Run Road (5BL.11928).
Ernest Gustov “Ernie” Meyring owned 363 Gold Run Road from 1904 until 1935. However, he actually lived at nearby 386 Gold Run Road, the old
Meyring family home. Meyring was born in 1878. In 1902 he married Anna R. Ardourel (1884-1964). The Meyrings had three children: Norman G.
(1904-1954), Oliver R. (1907-1994), and Lucille R. (1911-1982). In 1908 Meyring lost the vision in one of his eyes after a train accident. From 1912 to
1914, Meyring, with his brother, Bernard, worked unsuccessfully at the Triune mine. In 1915 he worked as Salina Road overseer. He also served at
both the President and Secretary of the Salina School District. Meyring passed away in 1948.
Garfield Charles purchased 363 Gold Run Road in 1935, although he did not live in the house. He filed affadavits of labor on the Augusta Lode in
1937, 1938, and 1939. In addition, Charles, a Chicago attorney born in 1877, owned the Baron Mill on the south side of Gold Run from the mid
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-1940s to the late-1950s. In 1940 Boulder County acquired this property. It is unclear what, if any, transactions took place until 1952. In that year
Ira McDaniel purchased the site. McDaniel, a carpenter who lived in Boulder in the 1950s, also owned 223 Gold Run Road (5BL.11924) and 228
Gold Run Road (5BL.11925). Herbert and Dorothy Margaret (nee Moore) Saunders owned 363 Gold Run Road briefly in 1957. They also owned
several other area properties, including 217 Gold Run Road (5BL.11923) and 223 Gold Run Road. Herbert was born in 1916 and Dorothy in 1922 in
Schenectady, New York. The couple married in 1941 and moved to Boulder one year later. They had three children: Carl D., William F., and Harriet
L. Dorothy worked for several professors at the University of Colorado. Both Herbert and Dorothy died in 2000.
In 1957 the Saunderses sold 363 Gold Run Road to Gertrude A. Geis, and members of the Geis family held this property until 1970. Geis was born
in Nebraska in 1912 and during her life lived in many Colorado communities, including Strasburg, Boulder, Lafayette, and Broomfield. It is not
clear whether she ever lived at 363 Gold Run Road. Geis passed away in 1970 and the home transferred to Boulder attorneys William D. and Judith
Prakken; the couple owned this house for only a single year.
In 1971 Bayard H. Cobb purchased 363 Gold Run Road. After three years he sold the home to Clifford L. and Margot Neuman. Clifford is a Boulder
attorney and Margot is Executive Director of the Ratna Peace Initiative, an organization engaged in teaching mindfulness, especially to veterans
dealing with the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Neumans sold this house to Dexter Richard and Denise M. Lewis in 1996.
Lewis was born in 1949 in Bakersfield, California, and moved to Boulder in 1992; he passed away in 2012. The Lewises sold 363 Gold Run Road to
current owner John Mason Tew in 2007. Tew apparently lives next door at 365 Gold Run Road.
36. Sources of information:
Ancestry.com search: Lamartine Alderman, Ira McDaniel, Herbert and Dorothy M. Saunders, and Gertruda A. Geis.
Anderson, Marti M. The Mining Camps: Salina & Summerville. Boulder: Junction House, 2005.
Boulder County Assessor Records (online).
Deeds 80148320, 90315092, 02882562, 01613897, 00112573, 00001034, 90947037, 90594514, 90594577, and 90937491. Boulder County Clerk
and Recorder (online).
Google search: William David and Judith Prakken, Clifford E. and Margot Neuman.
Obituary: Dexter Richard Lewis. Boulder Daily Camera. 3 May 2012 (online).
VI. SIGNIFICANCE
37. Local landmark designation:
Yes
No
Designation authority:
Date of designation:
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A. Associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history.
B. Associated with the lives of persons significant in our past.
C. Embodies the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, or method of construction, or that represent the work of a master, or that possess high
artistic values, or that represent a significant and distinguishable entity whose components may lack individual distinction.
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D. Has yielded, or may be likely to yield, information important in prehistory or history.
Qualifies under Criteria Considerations A through G (see manual).
Does not meet any of the above National Register criteria.
Applicable Colorado State Register criteria:
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A. Associated with events that have made a significant contribution to history.
B. Connected with persons significant in history.
C. Has distinctive characteristics of a type, period, method of construction or artisan.
D. Is of geographic importance.
E. Contains the possibility of important discoveries related to prehistory or history.
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Does not meet any of the above Colorado State Register criteria.
Applicable Boulder County landmark criteria:
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1. the character, interest, or value of the proposed landmark as part of the development, heritage, or cultural characteristics of the county;
2. the proposed landmark as a location of a significant local, county, state, or national event;
3. the identification of the proposed landmark with a person or persons significantly contributing to the local, county, state, or national history;
4. the proposed landmark as an embodiment of the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural style valuable for the study of a period, type,
method of construction, or the use of indigenous materials;
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5. the proposed landmark as identification of the work of an architect, landscape architect, or master builder whose work has influenced
development in the county, state, or nation;
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6. the proposed landmark's archaeological significance;
7. the proposed landmark as an example of either architectural or structural innovation; and
8. the relationship of the proposed landmark to other distinctive structures, districts, or sites which would also be determined to be of historic
significance.
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Does not meet any of the above Boulder County landmark criteria.
39. Areas of significance:
Industry
Architecture
40. Period(s) of Significance: 1879-1940; 1875
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Level of Significance:
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Statement of Significance:
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State
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Not Applicable
This property is historically important for being one of the early Salina homes, originally known as Salina House No. 25. Original owner Lamartine
Alderman built this home in 1875, and nearly all of the owners from 1879 to 1940 had some link to area mining. Architecturally, the home likely is an
example of a Central Hall or Hall and Parlor form house. The character-defining feature visible from the exterior is a centered front door with windows
to either side. An examination of the interior is necessary to make a definitive determination about the building type for this house. On the interior,
Central Hall homes have a hallway leading from the front door, with a single room to either side and Hall and Parlor houses are similarly arranged,
lacking the central hallway. (NOTE: The Colorado Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation has included several building forms in A Guide to
Colorado’s Historic Architecture and Engineering. However, neither Central Hall, also known as Central Passage, nor Hall and Parlor appear in this
publication. Details about these two recognized vernacular forms are widely available. For example, see the Utah Historic Architecture Guide online)
This property does not possess sufficient significance to be considered individually eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places or the
Colorado State Register of Historic Properties. However, it may be eligible as a Boulder County Landmark.
43.
Assessment of historic physical integrity related to significance:
This home exhibits a relatively high level of physical integrity relative to the seven aspects of integrity as defined by the National Park Service and the
Colorado Historical Society: location, setting, design, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association. The house differs very little from the home
shown in the circa 1949-1957 image in local historian Marti Anderson’s book. The aspect of association is somewhat weak for portions of the period of
significance, since it is not clear all of the mining-associated owners actually lived at 363 Gold Run Road. This building retains sufficient physical
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integrity to convey its historical and architectural significance for listing as a Boulder County Landmark.
VII. NATIONAL REGISTER ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT
44. National Register eligibility field assessment:
State Register eligibility field assessment:
Local landmark eligibility field assessment:
45. Is there National Register district potential:
Individually eligible
Not eligible
Needs data
Previously listed
Individually eligible
Individually eligible
Not eligible
Not eligible
Needs data
Needs data
Previously listed
Previously listed
Yes
No
Needs Data
Discuss: This inventory was conducted as an intensive-level selective survey and, therefore, lacks the continuity of resource data necessary to
recommend the creation of an historic district.
If there is National Register district potential, is this building contributing:
46. If the building is in existing National Register district, is it contributing:
Yes
No
N/A
Yes
No
N/A
VIII. RECORDING INFORMATION
47.
Digital photograph file name(s):
goldrunrd0363 - 1.tif through goldrunrd0363 - 3.tif
Digital photographs filed at:
Boulder County Parks and Open Space
521 St. Vrain Road
Longmont, CO 80503
48.
Report title:
Fourmile Canyon Historical & Architectural Survey, 2012-13
49.
Date(s):
10/10/2012
50:
Recorder(s):
Mary Therese Anstey
51:
Organization:
Historitecture, LLC
52:
Address:
P.O. Box 181095
Denver, CO 80218-8822
53:
Phone number(s):
303-390-1638
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