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In the google map below, zoom in and click on a red pinpoint to view a historic image of a Salida building. Many of the photos contain detailed historical information from the Salida Historic Buildings Survey, courtesy History Colorado. This Tour includes images from many of the collections in the Salida Archive.
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These images are from the Bob Pierce Photo Collection. Bob worked for the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad for nearly 48 years as a supervisory agent, stationed at the railroad offices in Salida, Colorado.
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Bob Rush, prominent Salida attorney, had a large collection of framed photographs that adorned his office. He graciously donated his collection to the Salida Library.
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This collection has various history of Salida and the surrounding area, specifically the mining areas of Monarch.
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This collection includes images from all the collections in the Salida Archive.
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Marjorie Large was born and grew up in Denver, Colorado. She served in the Marine Corps from 1956 to 1959 where her job was processing field reconnaissance photographs. These two panoramic photos were donated after Marge's death. The photo of Camp Kearny's 115th Engineer's Train is personal; her grandfather is among the men in the company.
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Photographs in this collection are of the town of Granite and surrounding area and date from 1880 to 1900. The Galvin and Bradbury families settled in Granite and worked in the local mines during this time. These photographs were graciously donated by the Holton family in memory of Patrica Bradbury Holton.
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The Salida Oral History Project preserved the history and heritage of Salida through interviews of long-time residents and other knowledgeable people who lived and worked in the area. These are shared stories of their childhood, schooling, family, church, outings, celebrations, friends, hobbies, and events that still live in their memories. The interviews will be kept forever so that others can learn from these true historians’ words.
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Salida, Colorado celebrated its centennial in 1980. The Salida Centennial Committee compiled this collection of old photographs to help preserve the history of Salida and the surrounding areas. Photos were donated from: • Frank Thomson • Donna Nevens • Salida Museum • Alice Chinn • Salida Fire Department • Josephine Soukup (Kratky) • Ernest Brownson • Alta Proctor • Janice Pennington • ...
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There is a strong presence of Laghitian descendants in Salida, averaging about 10% of the town's population. This book documents the journey of many Laghitans who emigrated to Salida, Colorado from Lago, Italy from 1885 to 1920. The Lago-Salida Connection is reproduced with the permission of the author.
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