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Photo postcard of the Black Mountain Ranch (1960s), showing the lake and a wagon. Verso reads: "Black Mountain Ranch, McCoy, Colorado 80463, Phone: Wolcott (303) 926-2300. September view of lake and mountains from front porch of lodge. Open year round. Excellent fishing, hunting, riding, snowmobiling in season. New cabins, good food and fun for the entire family." [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Alec/Ackie Macdonell and a friend at the Glenwood Springs Hot Springs pool.
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Ed Rodgers and Stanley Gustafson with "dudes" from Texas getting ready for an outing. All the men are mounted on horses with a pack horse at the far left. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Lou Clark and Bob Waldvogle swimming at Wilmor[e] Lake. Bob was the younger brother of Ernie Waldvogle, Lou's brother-in-law. "The lake--bigger than the one that remains since Interstate Highway 70 was placed on the north side of the Eagle River--was wonderful to swim in. It was clean, and it was cold, but not icy. A clean spring fed it, the spring from which we also hauled home drinking water in milk cans." -- p.6, The Clarks of Eagle County,...
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Kate Flynn in bathing costume at the Glenwood Hot Springs pool. Slide is in the background.
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The Quinlan sisters and three men, riding a horse-drawn sled on a snowy day: Gertrude Quinlan, Mary Quinlan, Agnes Quinlan, Edna Norgard Mosher, and Elizabeth Quinlan. In the back row: unknown man, Aden Mosher, and Grove McGlochlin (standing, without a hat). [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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1900-1910: First hotel at Sweetwater Lake; standing left to right, Andrew Gerard, Tom Chipman. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Friends posing in front of an automobile near Minturn, Colorado, in 1921. From left: Mr. Downing, Maggie Luby (Mrs. Hugh), Hugh Luby, Jacqueline Luby, Mrs. Dearing, Mr. Dearing, unidentified child. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Don Knight, seated in front of a tent, putting on his boots. Campfire with utensils in foreground. Caption on verso: "French Creek 1939" "Access Gold Park, Holy Cross City on Forest Service Road 703. Holy Cross City via Gold Park is a one-way road. Or, from the Missouri Lake Trail head to French Creek, use Forest Service Road 727. The road to Holy Cross City used to be a good road. We drove up it all the time. Now, Buster [Beck] said, it is...
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The participants in the Easter Monday Ball 1910 at Monarch, Colorado. The young lady in the center is Dessie Tomlin. To her immediate right are her parents, Maggie and A.Q. Tomlin. Dessie married Ira Earl Beck and moved to Red Cliff in 1921. They had six sons, T.R. (Bud), Buster, Quinn, Bruce, Jack and Russell. This photograph was damaged when the roof and second floor of the Beck house burned in about 1929. A photo of that fire is: 2012.016.001....
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1896: Deep Lake Resort belonging to Jake and Min Borah; hotel in background. Pioneer travelers on the Dotsero to Meeker wagon road rested at the hotel which was built on the lake in 1890. The hotel was destroyed by fire in 1906. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Scene in Kansas, where we fish, swim, and boat ride" (caption from photo)
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Hans Larsen is chaperone for Senior Skip Day on May 7, 1929.
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Jane Bemis and Melissa Larsen enjoy ice cream. There is a car on the road in the background to the right of Melissa.
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From left to right: Dot (Dorothy) (?), Grace Edge, Chloe Colby, and Evelyn pose together. There is a basketball court and hoop and several houses in the background. Taken in Greeley, Colorado.
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A large group of people gather for the Farewell Picinic on June 9, 1929.
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A short, informational brochure on the town of Eagle and Eagle County in general. Includes information for tourists and visitors: recreational opportunities, businesses and offices, airport facilities, and general statistics. The back cover lists county codes and abbreviations on license plates in the state of Colorado. Produced by the Eagle Chamber of Commerce.
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Christine Fear posing at the Red Cliff Arch Bridge upright. The sign behind her directs traffic to Red Cliff and Shrine Pass (left) or to Leadville and Buena Vista continuing on U.S. Highway 24. Christine and her friend, Mary Eleanor Vigil, were riding bicycles (seen in background) around the "loop:" up the high road, across the bridge, down Hwy 24 to Homestake Canyon and back into town. It was safe to bike or ride this route and many women used...
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A brochure/pamphlet for visitors and travelers of Eagle and Eagle County, Colorado, published in the year 1912 by the Eagle Commercial Club based in Eagle. The pamphlet is 25 pages and includes advertisements for local businesses, hotels, and restaurants; economic and industry information; recreation such as wildlife and fishing; and many photographs from the time period of life in the area. Other towns in the county are mentioned throughout: Gypsum,...
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A postcard of Sweetwater Lake Resort near Gypsum. Verso of the postcard reads: "Just 21 miles off U.S. 6 and 24. Modern housekeeping cabins. Lodge, boats and horses. Mr. John Collins, Gypsum, Colo."