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Eight Boy Scouts standing in a lake near Eagle, Colorado, August 1930. [Possibly nine scouts if there is a foot behind the head of the center scout...] [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Eagle County High School boys' basketball team, 1917, lined up outside the school. "The picture of the boys' basketball team: Jule Oleson, Fritz Borah, Bill McHatton, Jack Flynn, Marvin Ryden and Fred Oleson. The Oleson boys were nephews of Julius Oleson who had the store and bank in Gypsum." -- Lola Tracy Borah to John Flynn, in a letter postmarked Nov. 25, 1996 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]...
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Tom (seated on porch) and Ella Lewis with John, Harry and Imogene in front; in back are Herman and Mrs. Kluge. Kluge was a partner with Thomas E. Lewis in the Lewis & Kluge mercantile at Eagle. Together with Mr. Lewis and Robert McHatton, Kluge also owned the Gypsum Mercantile Co. store at Gypsum. Lewis bought out Kluge's interest in the Eagle store.
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Franklin Pierce Forster at the age of 6, before his family left Iowa for the West.
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Two boys dressed for a special occasion.
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"Conger Mesa, 1916. Mrs. Mary Ebert, Lulu Lowe (a school teacher), Mary Schmoeger and son Charles of Denver, and August Ebert (in white hat)." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 258 Photo taken by Ferdinand Ambos. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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A young boy holding a puppy is standing on the front walk of the Andre Funeral Home, 125 E. 2nd St., Eagle. The photo was developed on Jan. 17, 1941.
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Joe Sudduth standing in the doorway of the Sudduth home in Wolcott. There is a boardwalk to the house, in an attempt to keep mud outside the living areas.
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Kenneth Gerard
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Studio portrait of the three Payton brothers: Chester Arthur, Edwin J. and Roy Amos. They were sons of Natt and Clara Payton, early settlers of Minturn, Colorado. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"1916. Leonard and Harold Horn heading for the Antelope school, riding their Mother's horse, Benny." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 119 [date on photo: 1917] [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Franklin Pierce Forster, son of Henry Moore Forster and Mary Jane Kirkland Forster, at the age of 4. He had one living sister, Elizabeth Charity Forster [George]. He was born Feb. 9,1866, in Winterset, Iowa. The Forster family moved to Valley View, Texas, and then in the fall of 1872 or early 1873, the Forsters sold their farm and began a covered wagon trip to the west.
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Jim Flynn standing at the gate to the section house at Kent in 1917.
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Bernard "Spike" Doyle on left and Robert Maloit during the second Holy Cross Pilgrimage (1928). They are at Camp Tigiwon with the large assembly tent and the uncompleted Tigiwon Post Office in the background. The boys were allowed to join the Pilgrimage without being accompanied by an adult. They are standing near Rock Circle, made by the members of the First Pilgrimage by chipping their initials and date on a rock and placing them in this formation....
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Lloyd Mayer sitting on a couch, surrounded by toy trucks and equipment. The photo was taken several months before his death in February 1953, of a cerebral hemorrhage. "Lloyd was born at Glenwood Springs June 9, 1941, the second son of Chester and Ruth Mayer.He lived his short life on the ranch established on lower Brush creek by his grandfather, the late Wm. P. Mayer, and attended the Eagle Public School where he was not only a model student, but...
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"Charles and Robert" seated on a mule at Neff's Ranch. Marcus Neff owned the Red Canyon ranch from 1911 to 1932, when he sold to Buck Beatty. He moved to Red Cliff and owned and operated the Battle Mountain Transportation Company. Charles and Robert are not identified further.
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John Cowden, behind the barrel, and Buster Case, Calvin and Bobby Christen(?) on the slide at the Edwards School, April 22, 1953.
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1928: Five boys line up in front of the Dotsero School. From left to right: Edwin Yost, Therman Yost, Freddie Yost, Clyde Hayes, Eddie Wilds. The teacher at this time was Myrtie Stephens. The boys are wearing overalls. There is a fence in the right foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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C.1894: Sam (Sammy) Doll holding a newly planted tree (no leaves) with his right hand, left hand on hip, posing for the camera. He wears a small-brimmed hat, pulled down to his ears, wool coat and laced boots (which look too large for him). Sam was born in Osnaburg, Ohio, October 31, 1882; died in Gypsum, Colorado, 1899. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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David Cowden, April 22, 1953, on the slide at the Edwards School with Jimmy Cowden at the top waiting for his turn.