‘Just Steve’ — Part II

‘Just Steve’ — Part II

Courtesy/Montezuma County HIstorical Society
Stephen J. Smith about 1910 — Steve Smith preserved over 400 letters he had written between June of 1891 and August of 1896. The letters are an excellent record of early Cortez history.
Courtesy/Montezuma County HIstorical Society and Duane Neal
Charles Duff Mercantile, Hays Paint Store, and James Morrison Mercantile. This mercantile was known as the Scott Building — the building burned in the fire of 1898. This is the corner of South Market and Main Streets (known as Valley Tower Corner).
Main Street, Cortez, late 1890s — McEwen Livery or Kermode Livery, C.A. Johnson Barber Shop, Goodykoontz residence (now Sears); at the corner of South Market and Main Streets.

‘Just Steve’ — Part II

Courtesy/Montezuma County HIstorical Society
Stephen J. Smith about 1910 — Steve Smith preserved over 400 letters he had written between June of 1891 and August of 1896. The letters are an excellent record of early Cortez history.
Courtesy/Montezuma County HIstorical Society and Duane Neal
Charles Duff Mercantile, Hays Paint Store, and James Morrison Mercantile. This mercantile was known as the Scott Building — the building burned in the fire of 1898. This is the corner of South Market and Main Streets (known as Valley Tower Corner).
Main Street, Cortez, late 1890s — McEwen Livery or Kermode Livery, C.A. Johnson Barber Shop, Goodykoontz residence (now Sears); at the corner of South Market and Main Streets.
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