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Black and white photo of a stagecoach in front of several buildings. Photo from album belonging to Harris Frazier, son of Floyd Frazier. Photo in album is labeled "Stage leaving" and has typed description which says "There were several stages leaving every morning for various destinations -- one to the railroad, another up to Hahns Peak which was an old mining camp and the former county seat, and another down the river to Hayden and Craig." Floyd Frazier was the Secretary Treasurer of the Steamboat Springs Town and Quarry Company in 1909, owned a large ranch in Pleasant Valley, and helped build the bath house, the Frazier Building, and the Cabin Hotel.
Harris Frazier
Steamboat Springs
Cowboys/Horses/Stage Coach
B & W Photo
Scanner: Epson V700 Photo