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Armistice Day at Mtn View Cemetery Date Range from 1888 to 1900 Longmont, Colorado

Armistice Day at Mtn View Cemetery Date Range from 1888 to 1900 Longmont, Colorado

A B&W wide shot of the barn with the bride and groom smiling happily as the best man gives his toast speech at the D-Barn also known as Dickens Barn in Longmont, Colorado. - April O'Hare Photography http://www.apriloharephotography.com #ColoradoWedding #OldMillPark #Longmont #Colorado #LongmontWedding #ColoradoRusticWedding #HistoricSite #RedBarn #DBarn #LongmontBarnWedding #DickensBarn #StringLights

A B&W wide shot of the barn with the bride and groom smiling happily as the best man gives his toast speech at the D-Barn also known as Dickens Barn in Longmont, Colorado. - April O'Hare Photography http://www.apriloharephotography.com #ColoradoWedding #OldMillPark #Longmont #Colorado #LongmontWedding #ColoradoRusticWedding #HistoricSite #RedBarn #DBarn #LongmontBarnWedding #DickensBarn #StringLights

Black and white print of the sugar factory under construction. Longmont, Colorado Exact Date	1903

1903 - Black and white print of the sugar factory under construction. Longmont, Colorado Exact Date 1903

In front of a Shaving Parlor Longmont, Colorado

In front of a Shaving Parlor Longmont, Colorado

Photographic: Interior of Bill Miller’s second hand store in Longmont, Colorado  Date	1911-1912

Photographic: Interior of Bill Miller’s second hand store in Longmont, Colorado Date

A lovely outdoor fall wedding for nature and hiking enthusiast couple at Sunrise Amphitheater with a first look at Lost Gulch Overlook at Flagstaff Mountain and a rustic barn reception in Longmont at the D-Barn

The Longmont Produce Exchange, on the west side of Main St. between 2nd and 3rd, was the first building built in the Colony and was called The Colony House or The Rest. B. I. Barnes owned and operated the Produce Exchange. Exact Date1905-1915 Place; Main St., 200 block Longmont, Colorado

The Longmont Produce Exchange, on the west side of Main St. between 2nd and 3rd, was the first building built in the Colony and was called The Colony House or The Rest. B. I. Barnes owned and operated the Produce Exchange. Exact Date1905-1915 Place; Main St., 200 block Longmont, Colorado

Longmont, Colorado Main Street 1911-1917

"The original “Chicago Colonists” sold memberships to purchase acres of land and launch a town in what is now Longmont. Named for Stephen Long and nearby Longs Peak, Longmont has flourished ever since.

Main Street Flood Longmont, Colorado 1921

Main Street Flood Longmont, Colorado 1921

Main Street, 300 Block Longmont, Colorado 1905 -1916

Main Street, 300 Block Longmont, Colorado 1905 -1916

Subsoiler, Longmont Iron Work 1916 Longmont, Colorado

Subsoiler, Longmont Iron Work 1916 Longmont, Colorado

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