Byers Evans Historical Archaeological Materials
This collection contains 12 boxes of 721 artifacts. Of the 721 artifacts in the collection 64% are various wallpaper fragments. Collection is organized by material types: glass, metal, miscellaneous, paper, and wood. Notable glass artifacts include amber glass shard and colorless white floral etched shards. Notable metal artifacts include a saw blade from a hack saw and a key with “May.4.69” etched into the side of the key. Notable miscellaneous artifacts include a cigar fragment and clay pipe socket. Notable paper artifacts include a stereoscopic photograph of Manitou Springs and a receipt to Hallack and Bros. Lumber Company. Notable wood artifacts include a yard stick ruler and numerous fragments of Oak parquet floorboards. See item by item inventory for the boxes in Attached Files.
Archaeology , Fort , Trading Post , Historical Archaeology , Historic
Byers Evans House, 5DV.163
Byers Evans House, 5DV.163, 5DV163
(fill in collection name), #XXXXX, History Colorado, Denver, Colo.