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Name Guido's Swiss Inn

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Image of 2015.004.0001 - Sign

2015.004.0001 - Sign

One 18.5" x 11" red and white painted fiberboard sign from Guido's Swiss Inn that says "No Hippies Allowed, Guido's." The sign was in the window of the restaurant that was owned by Guido Meyer to warn hippies to stay away from the business, 1965-. Per Pam Moore (daughter of KNCB and Betty Moore), this sign was made and painted by Sepp Uhl.

Image of 1995.028.0689 - Print, Photographic

1995.028.0689 - Print, Photographic

One b/w glossy photograph of a person holding up an early snowboard on a bench on the mall in front of Guido's restaurant. The person's face cannot be seen, 1988-.

Image of 1995.093.0525 - Negative, Film

1995.093.0525 - Negative, Film

One 2.25" negative and 2.5x2.5" b/w photograph of a jeep with the letters: "Guido's" on the front in a parade. A dog can be seen in the jeep. Behind the jeep another car can be seen. To the right a person on a horse can be seen. Spectators and the Chitwood building are in the photograph as well. A banner that reads "Rodeo" is strung across the street but only the "EO" can be seen, 1952-.

Image of 2007.011.0019 - Print, Digital

2007.011.0019 - Print, Digital

One digital image of the Guido's Swiss Inn, located at 403 S. Galena Str., February 1958. Laser print in envelope 62 E#2. Digital Image Only.

Image of 2008.010.0017 - Print, Photographic

2008.010.0017 - Print, Photographic

One color photograph of Charles Bazirgian standing with another man at the Winterskol celebration. Bazirgian is dressed as Charlie Chaplin, and him and the other man are standing in front of Guido's Swiss Inn. There are several people walking around behind them.

Image of 1995.081.0010 - Postcard

1995.081.0010 - Postcard

One color postcard with an image of the interior of Guido's restaurant and inn. There are many tables set up with red and white checkered tablecloths. On the back of the postcard it says "Guido's Swinn [typo?] Inn, a Swiss Restaurant in Colorado. Food prepared by Guido. Cocktail Bar in connection, also accommodations in new, modern rooms with ceramic tile baths. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Located in center of town on Hiway 82, Aspen, Colo. Guido and Trudy Meyer, Owners."

Image of 1975.027.0141 - Print, Photographic

1975.027.0141 - Print, Photographic

One b/w photograph of the exterior of Guido's Swiss Inn. There are people eating outside under umbrellas, and a waitress coming out of the door in a uniform. 1974-

Image of 1975.027.0142 - Print, Photographic

1975.027.0142 - Print, Photographic

One b/w photograph of the dining area at Guido's Swiss Inn, 1974. The Inn was located on Galena and Cooper. On the far left side of image (behind man) is a sign indicating all the types of Fondue they serve: Cheese, meat, chinese, and chocolate.

Image of 1987.081.0182 - Transparency, Slide

1987.081.0182 - Transparency, Slide

One color slide transparency of Guido's Restaurant at night, 1970-.

Image of 2012.014.0003 - Print, Photographic

2012.014.0003 - Print, Photographic

One color photograph (on a sheet also containing 12.14.1, 12.14.2, and 12.14.4) of Josie Thompson with Rick Barlow (who started the Great Divide Music Store). They are standing in front of Guido's which has a sign in the window reading "No Beatniks Allowed".

Image of 2012.040.0020 - Transparency, Slide

2012.040.0020 - Transparency, Slide

One color slide transparency of Guido's Swiss Inn (restaurant) from January 1963.

Image of 1984.059.0069 - Negative, Film

1984.059.0069 - Negative, Film

One b/w film negative of several people (described as hippies) walking down Galena Street, 1969. Guido's Swiss Inn is across the street.

Image of 1984.059.0068 - Negative, Film

1984.059.0068 - Negative, Film

One b/w film negative of several people (described as hippies) walking down Galena Street, 1969. Guido's Swiss Inn is across the street.

Image of 1984.059.0165 - Negative, Film

1984.059.0165 - Negative, Film

One b/w film negative of people gathered in front of Guido's Swiss Inn for a Nicaragua Earthquake Relief event sponsored by the Lions Club, 1970-.

Image of 2013.048.3880 - Print, Photographic

2013.048.3880 - Print, Photographic

One color photograph of (L to R) Annie Suterland and Elizabeth Harman at Guido's, December 29, 1999.

Image of 2013.048.3877 - Print, Photographic

2013.048.3877 - Print, Photographic

One color photograph of the Hayes family out to dinner at Guido's with Jim Hayes (L), an unidentified boy, and unidentified woman, and an unidentified man, December 29, 1999.

Image of 2013.048.3878 - Print, Photographic

2013.048.3878 - Print, Photographic

One color photograph of the Hayes family out to dinner at Guido's with Jim Hayes (2nd from R) and three unidentified boys, December 29, 1999.