|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||Golden Street Scene, No. 98|
Black and white photo looking west up 12th Street at the intersection with Washington Avenue in Golden, CO. A man driving a team and wagon are in the intersecrion. The Rubey Building is on the left and across the street is the Broad Building. Immediately behind the Broad Building is Standley Hall. The Loveland Building is visable on the right hand side, housing S.W. Chapman. Chapman was in the mercantile business between his arrival in Golden in fall 1876 to his death in spring 1879. That's the timeframe in which the photo must be taken; the place definitely has different names before and after that. The signboard in total likely read "S.W.
Chapman & Co." Mount Zion is in the background.
|Copyright||All rights belong to Golden History Museums, City of Golden without restriction.|
|Collection||Permanent-Ed and Nancy Bathke|
|Credit line||Golden History Museums, City of Golden, Ed and Nancy Bathke Collection|
|Caption||Looking west up 12th Street|