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Bud and Jane Romberg discuss their move to Steamboat Springs in 1966 for Bud to take a teaching job at the Steamboat Springs High School, his 40-year tenure on the Old Town Hot Springs Board, and Jane’s entrepreneurial enterprise, The Lunch Box, the pool’s first food service.
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Dance card from the Sequoyah Club Dances Season 1920, Steamboat Springs, Colorado originally belonging to Dorothy Wither.
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Eileen Allen discusses moving to Steamboat in 1978, her marriage to native resident Lon Allen, raising their children, and the many community organizations she’s been involved with, including fund-raising efforts beginning in 2016 for a $10 million dollar renovation and expansion of the Old Town Hot Springs facilities in downtown Steamboat Springs.
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Jack Sprengle talks about his family’s move to Steamboat Springs in 1941, time spent in the Army in Korea, his marriage, raising a family and his 34-year career at the Routt County National Bank. He also discusses his time spent on the Old Town Hot Springs Board, as well as service on the City and County Planning Commissions.
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Karen Jimmerson describes moving to Steamboat in 1969, opening the Soupçon Restaurant, and working at the Old Town Hot Springs as a fitness instructor.
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Marian Tolles talks about meeting and travelling with her future husband, George Tolles, as well as their move to Steamboat Springs in 1957. She also touches on their time at the Lowell Whiteman School and Colorado Mountain College in the earliest days of those institutions. The Old town Hot Springs played a big role in their daily lives.
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Matt Enochs talks about his job at the Old Town Hot Springs as the Facilities Director for 19 years beginning in 1998. Matt was involved with several expansions and remodels over the years, and he describes the scope of what was needed to keep the pools, fitness equipment and building running smoothly.
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Mike Holloran discusses moving to Steamboat Springs in 1972, opening a law practice downtown, and his 32-year tenure on the Board of Directors at the Old Town Hot Springs beginning in 1977.
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Nancy Gray talks about growing up in Steamboat Springs in the 1950s and 1960s, her 49-year career as a ski instructor at Steamboat Ski Resort after ski racing in her youth, teaching and coaching young swimmers, and the importance of the downtown hot springs to herself and her family.
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Undated photograph of the south corner of the Old Town Hot Springs outdoor swimming pool taken from street level across Highway 40/Lincoln Avenue. Image displays a low cement wall along Highway 40, diving boards, a chain link fence surrounding the pool, and the pump house, along with a portion of a wooden fence stretching towards the (un-photographed pool) building. Photograph assumed to be taken by Robert (Bob) De Vries in the 1970s.
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Pat Carney talks about her nearly 45-year tenure as the Executive Director at the Old Town Hot Springs, beginning with her move to Steamboat Springs in 1975 after spending three winters as a ‘ski bum.’ Through the years Pat has been intimately involved with several expansion projects at the iconic downtown hot springs.
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Black and white uncredited and undated photograph (1930s or 1940s?) of Pearl Stehley standing in front of her house in the snow at 405 8th Street, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She is wearing a long dark coat, and a white knitted or crocheted headpiece. In her left hand she's holding a pair of wooden skis that look to be almost twice as tall as she is; in her right hand a long wooden ski pole taller than her.
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Photograph of Michael J. Holloran Law Office, located at 141 9th Street, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This building was the former location of the Sequoyah Club in the 1920s.
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Susie Clark reminisces about falling in love with, and moving to Steamboat Springs in the early 1970s, and landing a job in 1975 at the Swim Sauna (now Old Town Hot Springs) where she worked as a lifeguard, swimming instructor, and Assistant Director until 1991.