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Interesting view showing the south side of railroad town of Glenwood Springs Colorado along the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad and Colorado Midland railroad. View the store / business along the street, view of the hot springs bath house buildings and grounds and this was Famous OK corral gunfighter Doc Holiday spent his final days of his life in the town and is buried in the pioneer cemetery on Bennett Ave.


The bathhouse was built with local peachblow sandstone and opened in 1888.


  • Date:  c1888
  • Original
  • Measurements: 5.25 x 8 inch
  • Photographer stamp: Brisb Bois Gallery Leadville Colorado
  • Condition: Sold as used item, edge/surface wear, sm black dot on mount top right, no tears on image, no crease on image, backside blank

1888 Cabinet Card Photo Bathhouse South - D & R.G Glenwood Springs Colorado

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