6 Photographs. Berthoud, Colorado. Laundromat.
Early 1900s. Photograph. Five of the photos measure 7 x 5" [3 are on a 9 x 5 3/4" on mount; 2 are on 9 x 7" mount]. One photo measures 7 3/4 x 6" [with margins 9 3/4 x 8"]. Unknown photographer(s). Film developer's ink stamp on the reverse of the largest photograph (Grindle Bros. 1915. Logan, Denver). Item #64210
Berthoud is the oldest community in the Little Thompson Valley. It was named after Edward L. Berthoud, Civil War officer and pioneer railroad construction engineer. Products from the area include sugar beets, potatoes, and grains.
Six charming photographs showcasing the laundromat's employees and machinery.
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