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Photo postcard of the Billy Anghern place on Sheephorn Creek. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Sheephorn ranch." Photo postcard showing a hay stacker in a field. A person is standing on the haystack at center. This is probably the Rundell ranch at Sheephorn Creek. The Rundell ranch is mentioned in John Ambos' book,McCoy Memoirs, p.315-317.
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Possibly the Jones-Rundell place.
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Carl Uncapher place on Sheephorn Creek, built in 1895. Automobiles in foreground.
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"Sheephorn ranch, Eagle Co Colo." Photo postcard showing ranch house, outhouse and barn in background.
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The Moorehead place on Sheephorn Creek, built in 1899. An automobile and unidentified man at left.
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The McPhee-Lindner ranch house built in 1889 on Sheephorn Creek. Two unidentified men are in the yard; a whetstone is visible. Ladder on roof for access.
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"Ready to stack hay on the Carl Forster ranch on Sheephorn Creek in 1906. Leonard Ambos is on the slip. Notice the guy ropes on the Mormon Stacker. Without them these stackers could easily upset and did once in a while. The buildings seen among the trees on the left are on the Clarence Rundell ranch." -- McCoy Memoirs p.318 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Unidentified creek running through a canyon.
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Rundell ranch with house at right, barns and corrals at left. .
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"Sheephorn riders at the Clarence Rundell ranch in the spring of 1915. From left to right they are: Dr. Sidell (a Craig dentist), Bill Tester, Clarence Rundell, Frank McMillan (an early day rancher from Burns), Charley Gutsler, Carl Forster, Ward Ross and Bill Traber. The large modern ranch house, a little unusual at that early date, can be atrributed to the purchase of a herd of Egeria Park cattle, just before World War One broke out and cattle prices...
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"Lower end of Sheephorn Creek 1915. -- verso caption [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"This photo was taken on the old Wilmont Ranch on Sheephorn Creek in 1915. In the group are" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tester and their two children, Ralph and May McGlochlin. The boy in the center remains unidentified." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 194 Eagle Valley Enterprise Dec. 27, 1918 p.1: "Ralph McGlochlin, who has the mail contract from Wolcott to State Bridge was in town Monday evening. With the Moffat road tied up just before Christmas when the mails...
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"Sheephorn ranch." Photo postcard showing a hay stacker in a field with teams of horses and the stacker rakes.
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"Ernest Rundell & Friends." -- verso Studio photograph of Ernest Rundell (seated lower left) and five other young men.
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Unidentified family group standing on rock ledge. Possibly the Rundells.
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Cabin at the Mewthing place on Sheephorn Creek, built in 1910.
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Clarence and Phoebe French Rundell with children, Ernest and Helen. They are seated outside the house on the Sheephorn Creek ranch.
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"Eagle County Road overseer Ammi Hoyt and maintainer on Sheephorn Creek in 1961. Ammi had never expected to be in the movies, but on this day a motion picture company was photographing the snow plowing operation." -- McCoy Memoirs p.200 Pettibone Mulliken is a manufacturer of heavy equipment from 1880 to recent times. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Cabin at the Mewthing place on Sheephorn Creek, built in 1914.