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John Gerard (seated), brother of Andrew Robert Gerard, at the Doll Brothers' Ranch in the Gypsum Valley. The man on the right may be Samuel "Sam" Doll. The two individuals on the left are unidentified. A young child is visible in the doorway. Several unopened sacks are on the porch.
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Frank Doll shows one of his race horses at the Doll Ranch in Gypsum. The horse stables are visible behind Frank. A caption on the back reads, "Frank Doll with Race Horse - this horse had won much money in races (Killed horse in RR going south to a race)"
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Minnie "Min" Borah sits atop a wagon full of wood logs. Two horses are hitched to the wagon. Minnie Borah was the wife of Jake Borah. She was born in 1871 and passed away in 1908, at the age of 37.
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A letter written by J.H. Growey to Frank Doll, dated March 9, 1888, from Canton, Ohio.
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A letter written by Sam Doll to his brother, Frank Doll, dated July 9, 1889, from Chicago, Illinois.
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A letter written by Sam Doll to his brother, Frank Doll, dated July 21, 1889, from Chicago, Illinois.
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A veterinarian's guide to veterinary medicine and surgery, written by George Doll. This small pamphlet was written in 1872, and was published by Hartzell & Saxton, Printers of Canton, Ohio. George Doll was the father of Hiram, Sam, Zachariah, and Frank Doll. Frank and Samuel were ranchers and horsemen in the Gypsum Valley, Doll Brothers & Condon Ranch.
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From left: Jack Oleson, Charlotte (Nottingham) Oleson, Imogene (Nottingham) Doll, and Frank Doll stand for a picture. Both couples were celebrating either their 47th or 50th wedding anniversaries. Imogene and Frank were married on April 10, 1948. Jack and Charlotte were also married in 1948. Imogene and Charlotte were sisters. There are two conflicting years on the photograph, 1995 and 1998.
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The carcass of a gray wolf is displayed at either Jake Borah's ranch or the Doll Brothers' Ranch. Jake Borah and Frank Doll caught this wolf. It was the last gray wolf they caught.
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Stanley McHatton stands on the steps of the Eagle County High School in Gypsum. Taken in the 1910s. The caption states that Stanley McHatton was a professor at the school. This cannot be verified. Stanley attended the Eagle County High School through at least 1913.
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Kenneth "Kay" Gerard sits atop a horse near the Doll Brothers Ranch in Gypsum.
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Willis Staup (left) and Kenneth Gerard prepare for a horseback ride near the Doll Brothers Ranch in Gypsum. They have a pack horse with them. A dog is visible in the bottom right corner.