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Photo postcard looking down on Eagle, Colorado. The Eagle River is at lower left; Brush Creek Valley is at right midfield. Highway 6 runs from left to right across the midfield. The County courthouse is the square building at right midfield, placing this photograph after 1932.
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"This photograph appeared on the inside cover of the 1928 Eagle High School yearbook [Lux Aquilae]. Although there was never a big population of bighorn sheep on Brush Creek, they were known to winter there. The animals could be found in the summer on New York Mountain, Fools Peak, at Nolan Lake and in the Metheney Park area. The sheep population declined in the mid-1950s due to poaching and disease." -- Kathy Heicher, Early Eagle p.121
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View of Brush Creek looking toward the Eagle River Valley 1979
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Looking up West Brush Creek at the Sawatch Range south of Eagle, Colorado. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The town of Eagle taken from the Eby Creek area. Highway 6 runs through the photo, with the major main street, Broadway, at center, dead-ending into Chester Mayer's ranch (now the Bull Pasture and Eagle Ranch subdivisions). Chambers Ranch is at the lower right corner, the big white barn now housing the Eagle County Historical Society Museum. The Eagle River runs from left to right with the railroad bridge over the river at midground. Brush Creek...
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View of Brush Creek looking toward the Eagle River Valley 1979
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May 10, 1939, view of Brush Creek near the ranger station.
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View of the area around Brush Creek Ranger Station taken on May 10, 1939. Some snow still visible on peak. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Duane in the potato patch" (caption from photo album). Duane Larsen stands in the potato patch holding a hoe. He is wearing bib overalls and a long shirt with mountains and trees in the backgound.
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Duane and Hester Larsen stand on a porch. Hester is wearing a long coat with a fur trim; Duane is wearing a newsboy cap and buttondown jacket. There is a house with a window in the background with trees and mountains.
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Duane Larsen stands on a porch dressed in a wide brim hat, chaps, and bandana. There is a house and trees in the background.
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Hans and Duane Larsen stand with a coyote caught in a trap. Jack the dog is to the right of Hans and there are mountains and trees in the background.
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"Mary Jo & Bobby in the shoot" (caption from photo) Mary Jo & Bobby Trezise can be seen standing in the cattle shoot near the center of the photo. To their left, is a car garaged in the barn and to the far right, a man can be seen. There are tractors and other farm equipment in the barns.
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Hans Larsen holds his gun and stands beside an elk on a tractor trailer. There is another barn and mountains in the background.
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"M. Trezise, Bob Trezise" (caption from photo). There is a dog in the foreground seeking attention from Bob; both the men are wearing hats.
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Duane Larsen stands with Topsy the horse in a field.
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"Duane and his bike" (caption from photo album) Duane Larsen smiles and stands with his bicycle. A barn/shed can be seen in the background to the right of Duane.
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Students at Brush Creek School celebrate their last day with a picnic in 1940.
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Students of Brush Creek School pose with their giant snowman. Photo dated 1940s.
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Students build a snowfort together at Brush Creek School in Brush Creek, Colorado.