Charles A. Finding built the only stone commercial false front in town, later adding pressed metal above that imitates the rough red sandstone at street level. Quartzite rubblestone was used for the side walls. Elias Nashold, a successful local carpenter-contractor, was responsible for the design and construction of many Breckenridge landmarks.
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