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Funeral gathering for Nicholas Buchholz, Aug. 8, 1911. Nicholas Buchholz was the father of John Buchholz, with whom he owned and operated a livery stable on the corner of 2d and Broadway, Eagle, Colorado. He was County Assessor at the time of his death. The photo was posed in front of a store front on 3rd and Broadway. Man on ladder painting sign on building on the far right, second story. Begin at left in photo and read from top to bottom:...
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Vivian Hodges and Alda Borah in Eagle, Colorado.Stairs to a porch are visible in the left background.
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Students of Brush Creek schoolhouse line up for a photo outside the building. Edna Pearch is their teacher, at left. From left to right: William Long, Alda Borah, Mayme Long, Dorothy Shryack, Alan Metheny, Roy "Dutch" long, Byron Zartman, and Eddie Long.
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A picnic party at Hanging Lake, 1917. Three names are mentioned: Leo Carey, Minnie Lundgren, Alda Borah.
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"Ready to leave the Cow Camp for Castle Rock Look Out Station. The extra horse was mine as I took all the pictures" - from Alda Borah, 1918. Faces are numbered as follows: 1) Leo Carey; 2) William Long; 3) Harry Woods; 4) Marion Mayer; 5) Marion Dickerson; 6) Mrs. Dickinson; 7) Earl Carey; 8) Mayme Long; 9) Miss Fleming; 10) Beulah Buchholz; 11) Mr. Dickinson; 12) Dorothy Shyrack; 13) Herman Stein; 14) Miss Fleming; 15) --- Mayer; 16) Carl Mayer;...
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Another group photo from Castle Peak. From left to right: Alda Borah, Mayme Long, Mrs. Dickinson, Miss Fleming, Beulah Buchholz, Marion Dickerson, Dorothy Shryack, Miss Fleming, Marion Mayer(?)" - from Alda Borah. This cabin was also used as the 'lookout man home' for forest fires.
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Another group shot from the Castle Peak Lookout Station. Each person is numbered as follows: 1- Mr. Mayer; 2- Earl Carey; 3- Miss Fleming; 4- William Long; 5- Dorothy Shryack; 6- Mrs. Dickinson; 7- Alda Borah; 8- Beulah Buchholz; 9- Leo Carey; 10- Marian Mayer; 11- Mayme Long; 12- Miss Fleming; 13- Marion Dickerson; 14- Herman Stein; 15- Harry Woods; 16- Cecil Carey; 17- Mr. Dickinson.
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"Miss McDonald, Mr. [James] Dilts, Mother, Bob Koonce, Father [Alfred Borah] and I [Alda Borah]" - from Alda Borah.
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Back row, left to right: Dorothy Shryack, Ilene Mahoney, Edna Wilkinson, Mrs. C.C. Kennedy Front row, left to right: Georgia Lumley, Mittie Alda Borah, Florine Zartman, Stanley Lumley, William Long, Mamie Long, Eddie Long. All attended the Brush Creek Schoolhouse, now part of Sylvan Lake State Park. The schoolhouse still stands.
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Alda Borah stands next to Billy/Billie, the family horse in 1916. "Billy and I day of public sale, our last picture. I loved my horse, we wanted to bring him to Phx [Phoenix], Station Agent said nothing could be put in big Rail Road car, we were bringing furniture with us. We sold everything, found out we could have filled the car. Many tears were shed." -- Alda Borah
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Alda Borah stands with a catch of mountain trout after a day of fishing. Taken in 1919 near Gypsum.
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Alda Borah stands in a patch of weeds and wildflowers near her home on Brush Creek. She is wearing a suit and tie with a bowler hat.
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Alda Borah (left) and Nannie King stand near a fence while holding two baby calves. Taken in 1914.
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Alda Borah sits in front of a house around 1918. A hammock is visible on the front porch. Taken in Colorado.
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Earnest "Ernie" Nogal and Jay McDougal pour water on an overheated engine while driving on Battle Mountain. Alda Borah and Marie Zenger are seated in the backseat. Taken in 1919.
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The Borah family sits for a photograph with guests. Standing from left to right are Blanche Swinehart and Nettie Nivens. Seated left to right are Mary (Grant) Borah, Mittie Alda Borah, and Alfred Borah. Blanche Swinehart taught at the Lower Brush Creek School, and boarded with the Borah family for a time. Nettie Nivens was a nearby neighbor who helped deliver Alda. This photograph was taken on June 6, 1897, by Gene Borah, a relative of Alfred's....
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The Borah house on Brush Creek. Taken in the summertime. From left to right: George Lovinggood, Alfred Borah, Mr. Swarthout (seated), Mary Borah, George Ziegler, Alda Borah. "Old home on Brush Creek, Colo when Hop Vines covered porch in summer." -- Alda Borah
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Alda Borah stands next to Billy/Billie, the family horse in 1916. "Billy and I day of public sale, our last picture. I loved my horse, we wanted to bring him to Phx [Phoenix], Station Agent said nothing could be put in big Rail Road car, we were bringing furniture with us. We sold everything, found out we could have filled the car. Many tears were shed." -- Alda Borah
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Alda Borah (right) and Mrs. Charlie Reynolds sit beside a rocky stream. Alda is holding a hat in her right hand. It is unknown who Mrs. Charlie Reynolds is.
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Alda Borah holds a small puppy, Rufflers, somewhere in Colorado around 1918.