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James and Eva Howe home, Walnut Street
James and Eva Howe home, Walnut Street
TitleJames and Eva Howe home, Walnut Street
Image ID NumberH08044
Datecirca 1892
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the James H. Howe home on Walnut. This is the house where James Howe killed his wife Eva Howe on April 4, 1888; back of Elks Building (Linden & Walnut); left to right: Daisy Welch Bosworth, Della Miller, Lilly Clay, Clark Moore; notes on back of photograph reads: Mrs. Howe buried in Canada, Mr. Howe lynched & buried in Grand View; house moved to 1314 West Myrtle in 1947; photograph taken circa 1892.
Content Typebuildings
Streets--Colorado--Fort Collins
Image SourceHistorical Collection
Image CollectionHistorical Collection
File LocationFC Subjects - Streets - Myrtle
Image OriginPrint; Negative
Digitization FormatHP ScanJet 6100C Scanner; Adobe 6.0; TIFF 800 dpi; JPEG 72 dpi; GIF 72 dpi
Collection NameHistoricPhotographs
Web ExhibitBuildingSearch
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The Water Ways Photograph Database provides 1200 photographs associated with Larimer County water history.

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