Colorado Historical Society has in holdings a booklet published 1895 "Traveler's Guide to Night Life In Colorado", & was 65 pages of pictures of ladies in various stages of undress (prurient by that day's standards- modest by present time) [so called] gentlemen could then go to the brothel in the city they were in and ask for that woman wby picture.Pictures for Denver included a Georgie Burnham and in the book "Brothels Bordellos - Prostitution in Colorado 1860-1930 by Jan MacKell. Univ. of New Mexico Press, publ. 2004, Georgie's entry is footnoted that Georgie belonged to the god-fearing Mormon's of Utah and New Mexico and that when Georgie died no-one would claim her body and finally George Burnham came forward to claim body and Georgie is buried in unmarked cemetery near Bluff, Utah.George Franklin Burnham is my great grandfather & lived area near Mancos Colorado and Fruitland New Mexico, who died in 1901. There is another Burnham who lived Fruitland & had a trading post on Navajo Reservation) so had access to trains to come to Denver.Georgie may have been an alias as prostitutes did use such to avoid the law.Also named in book with no other identifying info as to place, etc. are prostitutes "Mormon Queen" & "Mormon Annie".On-line family trees name an Annie Burnham who died 1899, no place or other info.Does anyone know who our "soiled dove" may be.