Aspen, Colorado 1893

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The Aspen Times published this view just as the fortunes of the famous silver mining town would begin to plummet due to the return of the gold standard. About 5000 people made their living in this community, in the mining, smelting, foundry work, and railroad-related businesses. All would disappear before the post-World War II rise of the ski resorts that give Aspen its current vitality.

Size: 13 1/2 x 18 3/4 inches – Black & White, Text Weight Paper

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