Here is the same view from October 1913, when the Colorado Governor called out the militia to try to stop the coal miners' strike.
Black and white photos courtesy of the Denver Public Library
Who lived here? What were they like?
Do they have living ancestors that have heard their stories?
A corral between two buildings.
A small house behind the main buildings. Ludlow had few buildings as it was mostly a tent camp for the 1200 miners and their families.
The booths inside what was a bar or restaurant.
The back side of the main strip of buildings.
Notice the bars on the windows of the jail, still intact.