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The Independent Order of Odd Fellows – during a statewide convention – parade up F Street October 15, 1894, preceded by dignitaries in carriages and followed by one of Salida’s marching bands. Six years after the disastrous 1888 fire, there appears to be construction work in the lot on the corner of Second and F Streets where the Knights of Pythias building stands today. Alger’s Drug Store is in the J. H. Collins building (with the large awning)...
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A photograph of Salida taken on Tenderfoot Mountain after 1890. Ernest Brownson Collection.
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An I.O.O.F. Parade marching up F Street in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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Denver & Rio Grande Scenic Line Band members march in curb-hugging lines as they bring up the rear of one of Salida’s many parades. Horse-drawn floats and fire equipment obviously preceded the band. The parade route is eastbound on First Street, almost at its intersection with F Street. To the right of the Union Hotel is an assayer and chemist; Henry’s Place, a saloon, is in the frame building and the sign on the wall advertises Dr. Kilmer’s...
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Dr. Cochem’s house, corner of F and 4th streets. Nellie Ellis Collection.
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Located at the west corner of G and Second streets, a lumber yard had been established by V. C. Davenport, with a railroad siding in the rear. A load of wood roof shingles was ready for delivery to a new home site. The fenced area (at left) was a livery stable that became the base of operations for E. G. Hellman’s Turret & Whitehorn Stage Line in 1903. Steve Frazee Collection.
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An I.O.O.F. Parade taken at 3rd and F Streets in Salida, Colorado. Bob Rush Collection.
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A view of early-day Salida taken from Tenderfoot Mountain. Bob Rush Collection.
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Although most of the mess from the January 1888 fire is cleaned up in this summer photo, evidence can still be seen. Despite a massive rebuilding effort – mostly in brick this time – there are still many open lots along F Street above First Street. Rubble from the fire is visible where it was dumped along the bank of the Arkansas River near the F Street Bridge. After two major fires, it is interesting to note how much larger the area that is today...
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Salida ca. 1883-1884. Steve Frazee Collection.
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A photograph of Salida taken on Tenderfoot Mountain before 1890. Ernest Brownson Collection.
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Real estate appraisal card. 218 E. 3rd Street, lots 14-15, block 30, in Salida, Colorado. This house was erected in 1946. By 1965, John M. and Sylvia G. Petrini lived here. Mr. Petrini was the part time deputy treasurer for the City of Salida. History Colorado's Architectural Inventory Forms have more information and are available at the Salida Library.
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Real estate appraisal card. 325 D Street, lots 12 & 13, block 52, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. This is approximately 744 W. Sackett Avenue, lots 7-12, block 12, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 745 W. Front Street, lots 10-13, block 11, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 739 E Street, lots 17-19, block 93, Haskell's Addition, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 743 E Street, lots 15-16, block 93, Haskell's Addition, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 715 E Street, lots 22-23, block 93, Haskell's Addition, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 228 E. 4th Street, lots 21-26, block 51, in Salida, Colorado.
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Real estate appraisal card. 228 E. 4th Street, lots 23-26, block 51, in Salida, Colorado.