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The history of the Red Light District in Brooklyn, Routt County is described by Bob Swinehart, Dorothy Wither, and Anton Kline.
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Alton Kline describes events in his life as a cattle and sheep rancher in Routt County. He includes tales about the saloon owned by his father in the Steamboat Springs neighborhood known as Brooklyn. Includes a poem by Bill May.
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Bob Swinehart discusses his life in Routt County as part of a pioneer family.
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Anton Kline describes his life as a rancher, coal miner and artifact collector. He relates anecdotes about his father's saloon in Brooklyn and his hunting experiences.
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Anton Kline, with his wife Nellie, talk about Anton's experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Bob Swinehart is interviewed about his experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and the red-light district across the Yampa River, known as Brooklyn.
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Dorothy Wither is interviewed about the town of Brooklyn, Routt County and the women of Ill repute that lived there.
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The 16th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Marcellus Merrill, Floyd Montgomery, Richard H. Gilbert, Gertrude Campbell, George Tolles, Sven Wiik, and Dude Todd, as well as featured articles on dowsing, and on the history of Brooklyn and law enforcement.