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"Leo Daugherty at Hanging Lake, Colo" - Alda Borah, dated 1917.
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Leo Daugherty and Edwin Reynolds with shocks of grain on the ranch near Brush Creek, Colorado.
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Leo Daugherty works a horse-drawn hay rake (?) on the Borah farm in Eagle.
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"On the old home farm, threshing time" - from Alda Borah. Leo Daugherty and Alvin Kilgore are carrying a heavy sack over to the pile. Another man oversees the bagging process. The threshing machine is a Gaar Scott & Co, who introduced steam engine threshing machines around 1884, then went out of business in 1911.
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"Leo Daugherty and a shock of grain, Eagle Colo. 1915" - Alda Borah
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Leo Daugherty and his nephew, dated 1913. His nephew is riding a tricycle on the porch of a home.
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"The Binder at work in the oats near Eagle, Colo" as remembered by Alda Borah. From the left to right, from photo caption: Leo Daugherty's sister, Mildred Nutt, and Leo Daugherty. There are three horses pulling the binder with Mildred on the seat. Leo is peeking up behind the horses wearing a hat.
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From left to right: Ida Raye (Staup) Kroll, William Albert Kroll, Leo Daugherty, Alda Borah, Beth Conway?, ?, ? stand for a picture. The two women on the right are unidentified.
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From left to right: Leo Daugherty, Mildred Nutt, and Alda Borah prepare to go on a horseback ride, possibly near Eagle or Gypsum.
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From left to right: Leo Daugherty's sister, Loren Arthur, Bert Wolverton, Anne Wolverton, Miss Smith, Tom Carolan, Mildred Nutt, Leo Daugherty, and Mary Carolan picnic on Brush Creek in 1919.
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From left to right: Tom Carolan, Loren Arthur, Alda Borah, Mildred Nutt, Leo Daugherty, and Leo Daugherty's sister go for a horseback ride towards Fulford. "Going for a Ride up in the Mts toward Fulford, beautiful country, no fences then in 1915." -- Alda Borah