Creator: A. Tonidandel
Quantity: 1 inch
The Blue Bird Mine operated as a silver mine from 1876-1964. Located a few miles west of Bolder, Colorado, the mine is now a preserved site.
Scope & Content Note
The Blue Bird Mine Photographs contains 12 mounted images of people and buildings associated with the mine.
The Blue Bird Mine Photographs is a Small Collection.
The Blue Bird Mine Photographs is the property of the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Literary right, including copyright, belongs to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, with the exception of copyrighted artwork images and published literary works, which are the property of the respective copyright holders. It is the responsibility of the researcher, and/or their publisher, to obtain rights and reproductions permissions from individuals pictured, relevant copyright holders, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Restrictions on Access
There are no restrictions on the Blue Bird Mine Photographs. The Photographs are open for research.
Blue Bird Mine Photographs, c1890-1900, Box # Folder #, Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
|H.025.01||Team of eight horses pulling a wagon up a rocky incline, c1890|
|H.025.02||Bennett Ave., Cripple Creek, Colorado, September 20, 1897|
|H.025.03||Four adults and one child standing near the Blue Bird Mine, c1890|
|H.025.04||View of Sangre De Christo Range from Bull Hill, c1900|
|H.025.05||Four adults and one child standing in front of Blue Bird Mine, c1890|
|H.025.06||Orpha May No. 1&2, Union Gold Co., large group of people, c1890|
|H.025.07||Orpha May No. 1&2, Union Gold Co., large group of people, c1890|
|H.025.08||Blue Bird GMVM Co, Cripple Creek, Colorado, c1890|
|H.025.09||Blue Bird Mine, c1892|
|H.025.10||Blue Bird Mine, c1892|
|H.025.11||Blue Bird Mine, c1890|
|H.025.12||Starting on coyote hunt, c1890|