Bocco House, Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO
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Northwest Junction-U.S. Highways 6 & 131, Wolcott, CO
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Documentation compiled after 1933.
Survey number HABS CO-33
Significance: Architecturally significant for its hewn notched log construction and roof. The Boccos firt owned it and it continued to be a residence for a period of 50 years until 1960 when it was finally abandoned. The National Register Form lists the building as a stage stations; BLM claims that it has only been a residence.
Athearn, F. J., Photographer
Rowse, Patricia L., Historian
Peterson, Steven M., Delineator
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)
1. General view of site looking northeast.
2. West side.
3. Northwest corner
4. South rear.
5. East front.
6. Detail of roof, window and chimney, north side.
7. East side of west wing.
8. North side.
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