[Sturdevant Livery Stable, 1900s, Castle Rock]

[Sturdevant Livery Stable, 1900s, Castle Rock]

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Street view of Sturdevant livery stable with three horses and wagons or buggies out front. Three men stand in the dirt street (Wilcox) in front of the livery stable. The building has a false front which hides a large gambrel roof and a chimney. The front of the store reads: "Feed Livery and Transfer." The front of the building features three doors (one double door, one divided door and one door with a sign over it that reads "Order coal here, Office"). An opening on the upper floor (with a large shutter or half door) is closed, with a diamond shaped window above it. Seasonal trees are bare of leaves.
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1 photograph : black and white, glossy ; 11 x 16 cm. (5 x 6 inches)


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