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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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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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Marvin Borah sits near the ledge of a rock in Gypsum Canyon. His dog, King, is standing behind him. "Pushing the rock over Gypsum Canyon. Marvin Borah and King, 1925." -- Alda Borah
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From left to right: Marvin, Myrtle, and L. J. Borah stand near their house on Gypsum Creek. A dog is standing in front of Myrtle. L. J. Borah was the son of Jake Borah. He married Myrtle Staup on December 27, 1912. Together, they had one son, Marvin.
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Marvin Borah stands in a grassy area with the family dog, Rino, in 1915.
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Marvin Borah stands for a professional photograph, taken in 1919. "Marvin Borah, son L. J. and Myrtle (Staup) [Borah], Gypsum, Colo. The family spent the winter with us at 1154 E. Culver St. Phoenix, Ariz." -- Alda Borah
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Marvin Borah sits on a sled in deep snow. A door to a cellar is visible in the background.
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Marvin Borah (left) and David Pillow stand near the Borah house on Gypsum Creek. Taken on July 26, 1993. "This is the same house and Ranch your uncle Jake had up Gypsum Creek." -- Marvin Borah
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Marvin Borah stands near Deep Lake around July of 1993. Marvin's grandfather, Jake Borah, once owned a resort at Deep Lake. The hotel was destroyed by a fire in 1906.
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Marvin Borah stands for a photograph near Gypsum. Taken in the late-1920s or 1930s.
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Marvin Borah stands in an open field. Marvin was the son of L. J. and Myrtle (Staup) Borah.