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Alfred Borah, father of Alda Borah, sits with a rifle on his lap at the entrance to a tent. A bucket is at his feet and he's wearing a wide-brim hat. Caption on verso says this photo is at a "campsite in the mountains of Colorado".
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"Father [Alfred Borah], Uncle Jake [Borah], and Mr. MacKenzie" - from Alda Borah. Alfred Borah is mostly likely at left, playing cards Mr. MacKenzie. Jake Borah appears to be at the end of the small table with his arm extended holding up a magazine or poster of some sort. Another unnamed man is in the tent. The men are playing cards atop a small box/table, miscellaneous items are at their feet.
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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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"Dad Smith and Daddy Borah [Alfred] putting plow down deep in garden" - from Alda Borah. Near Brush Creek. Smith is pulling while Alfred pushes; both men are in similar dress with hats.
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The Borah home on Brush Creek. Taken between 1905 and 1917. Alfred and Mary Borah are standing on the front porch. "My home from fall 1905 to Dec 1917. Sold to John Van Horn, Brush Creek, Colo and moved to Phoenix, Ariz." -- Alda Borah
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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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From left to right: Alda Borah, Mary Borah, and Alfred Borah on the porch of their home on Brush Creek. A dog is sitting on the porch next to Alda. "My home in Colo. on ranch sold to John Van Horn in 1919." -- Alda Borah
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Alfred Borah drives a team of horses through some deep snow on Brush Creek. The two horses are Leta and Dock, and were owned by Alfred Borah
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From left to right: Alfred Borah, John Van Horn, Nizza Van Horn, unidentified child, and Mary Borah stand outside the main house at the former Borah ranch. Alfred sold the ranch to John in 1916, before he and his family moved to Arizona. The Van Horn's dog is sitting below the child. "Mr. and Mrs. Borah. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Horn on Brush Creek, Colo. at our old home after we sold the place, 1916, to them and we came to Phoenix, Ariz. and made...
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Members of the Borah and Duff families post for a picture in front of the Borah house on Brush Creek. Taken in 1912. Noel Duff is holding a folding camera and is possibly taking a picture of the person taking this picture. Standing (l-r): Alfred Borah, Chas Duff Sitting (l-r) Robert Duff, Noel Duff, Mary (Grant) Borah
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From left to right: Alvin Kilgore, Alfred Borah, and Ed Watson pose for a picture while on horseback. Taken near the Borah ranch on Brush Creek. Alfred is riding Billy/Billie, the family horse. "Mr. [Ed] Watson was a big cattle man, wanted me to marry him, old enough to be my father." -- Alda Borah
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Alfred Borah sits in a buggy with his cousin, Adelaide Borah. Taken in 1900. Alfred's horses, Rex and Leta, may be pulling the buggy. "Adelaide Borah from PA [Pennsylvania]. Mr. A. G. Borah Brush Creek, Colo. Rex and Letha?"
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A portrait photograph of Alfred Borah. Taken between the 1890 and 1905. This image was used in the biographical dictionary, "Progressive Men of Western Colorado," originally published by A. W. Bowen & Co. in 1905.
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From left to right: Alfred Borah, Lola (Tracy) Borah, Catherine Gale Borah, LeRoy Borah, Mrs. Hamilton, and Mary (Grant) Borah stand for a picture in front of an automobile. The description on the back says the photo was taken prior to 1917. However, Catherine Gale Borah was born in 1921. LeRoy was the nephew of Alfred and Mary Borah.
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Members of Jake Borah's family and Alfred Borah's family gather at Jake's ranch in Gypsum. From left to right: Jake Borah, L.J. Borah, Marvin Borah, Myrtle Borah, LeRoy Borah, Mary Borah, and Alfred Borah.
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Left to right: Alfred, Mary, and Alda Borah stand in front of their house in Arizona around 1920. "Father, Mother and Alda Borah. 1154 E. Culver 1920. Phoenix, Ariz." -- Alda Borah
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Members of the Borah family father with friends around 1918. L. J. Borah (mislabeled as LeRoy Borah) is holding a dog. Back row (l-r): Jack Layton, L. J. Borah, Alfred Borah, Jake Borah, Willis Staup Front row (l-r): Alda Borah, Myrtle Borah, Marvin Borah
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The Borah family sits for a photograph in 1897. From left to right: Mary (Grant) Borah, Mittie Alda Borah (in butter churn), and Alfred Borah. This photograph was taken by Gene Borah, a relative of Alfred's, on June 6, 1897. Alfred writes in his journal, "Gene Packed his trunk took 2 Photos 1 of Baby in Churn." Alda was six months old.
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Members of the Borah, Metheny, Williamson, and Haubrich families stand for a photo in Greeley. Taken in 1922. Back row (l-r): Alfred Borah, John J. Metheny, Agnes (McHale) Metheny, Margaret Ann (Smith) Williamson, Rose Marie (Williamson) Haubrich, George Thomas Haubrich. Front row (l-r): George Haubrich Jr., Mary (Grant) Borah.