Bakery at Manitou Springs - 1877 This photo of a bakery along Ute Pass near Manitou, Colorado is believed to have belonged to William Iles. William Iles is believed to be the bearded man in front of the door. His daughter Annie Iles is believed to be the girl in the doorway. The rest of the people are unknown. The rock formation Tim Bunker's Pulpit is in the background.
Manitou Springs and the Ute Pass from Iron Mountain
The Wheeler clock was given to the town of Manitou Springs in 1890 by mineral water bottling magnate, Jerome Wheeler to commemorate the opening of the Manitou Mineral Water Bottling Company. Made of cast iron, the top of the clock is adorned with a statue of the Greek goddess Hebe. She is the goddess of youth, and is daughter of Zeus and Hera. Her special tasks are pouring the nectar of the gods, preparing Ares' bath, and helping Hera to her chariot.