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"Frank Tracy as bartender in the Lodge in Redstone. The Lodge was located to the left of the road right before you start up the road to the Mansion. Frank Tracy must have worked here when the Tracy's moved to Redstone when Frances was born September 18, 1903." -- John Flynn [submitted by John J. Flynn, Jr.]
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Left to right, top: Clarine, Leah, and Lola. Bottom: Frances, Blanche and Hazel. "Frank and Blanche Tracy and six daughters. Leah Tracy was born on Jan. 25, 1897, in Guthrie Center, Iowa. She was married Sept. 7, 1919, to Raymond Clarence Staley in Gypsum. Clarine Tracy was born Feb. 12, 1900, in Marble, Colorado. She died Dec. 17, 1915, in Salida, Colorado, and is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Gypsum. Lola Tracy was born on Oct. Oct. 31, 1901,...
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Hans Larsen is chaperone for Senior Skip Day on May 7, 1929.
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"Mansion in Redstone" Photo taken on Senior Sneak Day on May 7, 1929. The castle, originally called Clevholm Manor and known as "Ruby of the Rockies", was built in 1897 by a wealthy coal baron, John Cleveland Osgood. The lavish castle was once visited by guests such as John Rockefeller, Teddy Roosevelt,and J.P. Morgan in its heyday. Osgood created the town of Redstone for the benefit of his miners and their families with his castle as the centerpiece....
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Glass Conservatory in Redstone, Colorado. Photo taken on Senior Sneak Day, May 7, 1929. There is a railroad track visible in the very bottom of the photograph.
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"26 Deer" (Caption from photo album) Photo taken on May 7, 1929 on Senior Sneak Day.
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Clara Forster poses on a rock in Redstone, Colorado, on Senior Sneak Day, May 7, 1929.
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"Two Deer" Taken on Senior Sneak Day, May 7, 1929
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Small pamphlet describing the history of the Crystal River Valley in Redstone Colorado. 39 pages. Includes black and white photographs. Written by Alvin Foote .