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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Georgetown, Colorado
Location of Georgetown, Colorado
► Clear Creek County (15) ► Gilpin County (11) ► Grand County (19) ► Jefferson County (80) ► Park County (19) ► Summit County (19)
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|Thomas Cornish built this elaborate home that combines a French Mansard roof with
Italianate and Gothic Revival detailing. It is one of the last homes in Georgetown to display such exuberance in Victorian architectural styles.
Cornish came to . . . — — Map (db m152842) HM|
|The construction history of this building is uncertain. A.R. Forbes was an early owner
and used the space for his drug store until around 1880, at which time he moved his
business to the northwest corner of Alpine (now 6th) and Taos streets. He . . . — — Map (db m152848) HM|
| Georgetown-Silver Plume
National Historic Landmark District
The Hamill House represents the height of prosperity achieved during Georgetown's mining era. The centerpiece of Historic Georgetown's properties, this . . . — — Map (db m69625) HM|
|Attorney John McMurdy built this fine structure for offices; it is one of Georgetown's
earliest commercial buildings. Typical of the times, a false front extends above the gable roof, topped by a well-proportioned Italianate cornice.
Jacob . . . — — Map (db m152895) HM|
|The town of Georgetown built this small stone jail in the summer of 1883, using steel cells donated by the county. Built at a cost of $700, the stone jail was known for awhile as the "Hotel de Barr," after town Marshall Barr and for the "vertical . . . — — Map (db m39338) HM|
|The firm of Teal, Foster, and Co. built this fine brick office building. Brothers George and James Teal and their partner, Ernest Le Neve Foster, were "general mining agents and consulting engineers.” Their ads indicate that they managed . . . — — Map (db m152849) HM|
|Colorado's scenic wonders lured settlers and tourists alike. Geography and weather placed strict limits on travel routes and seasons. Politicians, engineers, and citizens often disagreed about how to cross the Continental Divide. Between 1941 and . . . — — Map (db m152814) HM|