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"Top of the Piney Range, November 10, 1915." -- caption [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Taken August 2, 2011, looking into the cellar of the hotel. Deconstruction of the Nogal-Ping hotel and cabins in Eagle by Claude DeGraw began in 2010. Nogal's Hotel, built in 1892, was later purchased by the O. A. Ping family in 1923. It was occupied by siblings Leonard and Garnet Ping most recently. Leonard died in 1988 and Garnet moved to Gypsum in the late 1990s, passing away in 2003. It stands at the corner of Hwy 24 and Capitol Streets and...
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The left half of a panoramic view of Eagle (3 dates listed: 1908, 1920, 1930). Railroad bridge over the Eagle River at left midground; Eagle River in foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Taken April 7, 2011, showing Claude DeGraw removing the second story from the Nogal-Ping Hotel. Highway 6 is in the background. Beginning of the deconstruction of the Nogal-Ping hotel and cabins in Eagle by Claude DeGraw. Nogal's Hotel, built in 1892, was later purchased by the O. A. Ping family in 1923. It was occupied by siblings Leonard and Garnet Ping most recently. Leonard died in 1988 and Garnet moved to Gypsum in the late 1990s, passing...
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Justin Winstead with his Grand Champion market sheep at the 1994 Junior Livestock sale, Eagle County Fair.
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Taken April 7, 2011, the second story removal of the hotel almost complete. Deconstruction of the Nogal-Ping hotel and cabins in Eagle by Claude DeGraw began in 2010. Nogal's Hotel, built in 1892, was later purchased by the O. A. Ping family in 1923. It was occupied by siblings Leonard and Garnet Ping most recently. Leonard died in 1988 and Garnet moved to Gypsum in the late 1990s, passing away in 2003. It stands at the corner of Hwy 24 and Capitol...
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The right half of a panoramic view of Eagle (3 dates listed: 1908, 1920, 1930). Eagle River in foreground; train tracks and depot in midground. Brush Creek in right background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Monica Barnes holding baby Boyd in the sunshine. "The homestead cabin was built on a hill. ... Water for the cabin came from a spring located up a hill from the cabin. Water for drinking, household use, baths and doing laundry was carried by bucket from the spring. Clothes were washed on a wash board. Water for doing laundry was heated on the wood burning stove and then carried to the tubs used for washing as needed. There was no electircity...
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Photo postcard of the Balanced Rock in the Colorado River near the Kirby ranch [former Quinlan place]. John Ambos' horse in photo. "...when the Dotsero Cut-off was built the river was relocated and shifted south to avoid a sharp curve in the track, which isolated the rock in still water. In the winter time, this was an ice crossing and a short distance above there was an excellent ford." -- McCoy Memoirs p.144 [Title supplied from catalog prepared...
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Flower judging at the 2012 County Fair.
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Taken August 2, 2011, looking through the front door of the hotel onto Capitol Street. Deconstruction of the Nogal-Ping hotel and cabins in Eagle by Claude DeGraw began in 2010. Nogal's Hotel, built in 1892, was later purchased by the O. A. Ping family in 1923. It was occupied by siblings Leonard and Garnet Ping most recently. Leonard died in 1988 and Garnet moved to Gypsum in the late 1990s, passing away in 2003. It stands at the corner of Hwy...
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Monica Heeren Barnes holding son, Boyd Barnes, born July 5, 1920. They are in the cabin door on Castle, the original homestead. She was born in 1899 in Whiting, Iowa. She was helping her cousin on a ranch in South Dakota when she met Guy T. Barnes, working as a herdsman. They married and moved to Eagle, Colorado, where Mr. Barnes was employed by Andrew Christiansen. "While living in a cabin owned by Mr. Christainsen, Guy and Monica Barnes began...
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Taken March 8, 2011, showing the detail of one of the cabins next to the Nogal-Ping Hotel. Beginning of the deconstruction of the Nogal-Ping hotel and cabins in Eagle by Claude DeGraw. Nogal's Hotel, built in 1892, was later purchased by the O. A. Ping family in 1923. It was occupied by siblings Leonard and Garnet Ping most recently. Leonard died in 1988 and Garnet moved to Gypsum in the late 1990s, passing away in 2003. It stands at the corner...
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Scott Jones and Greg Baldwin steer roping during the Eagle County Fair & Rodeo, 2013.
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A 1950s Eagle County Fair project being judged.
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No details or dates have been provided, although this appears to be a rodeo of some sort near the fairgrounds. Cars line the fenceline with people sitting on the front. An entrance/exit is visible on the left side of the photograph. A group of men on horses stand in the back of the circle.
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The Sherman Ranch house with a front porch and side addition. Barn is visible at far left.
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post-1902: Front view of the Methodist Church and parsonage, Eagle, Colorado. The Church was organized under the name of Christ Methodist Church. W. W. Winne, who preached (1899-1900) but was not an ordained minister, arranged for a five hundred dollar loan from the Denver Missionary Society. With this money and donated labor, the one-room church was completed in July 1900; the parsonage was built in 1902. [Title supplied from catalog prepared...
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Showing a livestock project at the Eagle County Fair in the 1960s.
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Before Sylvan Lake became the state park we know it as today, it was a lake located on the William Johnson ranch. A barn and possibly the ranch home are pictured here.