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Mount Evans Crest House, State Route 5, Mount Evans summit, Arapaho National Forest, Idaho Springs, Clear Creek County, CO

Mount Evans Crest House, State Route 5, Mount Evans summit, Arapaho National Forest, Idaho Springs, Clear Creek County, CO

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Francis, Edwin A, architect
Roebling, Justus "Gus", builder
Athearns, Frederic J, photographer
Athearns, Frederic J, historian
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Idaho Springs39.74249, -105.51361
Google Map of 39.7424881, -105.5136081
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