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From stories by Errett Albritton and interviews with Vernon Summer, Bob Wither, and Dorothy Wither, Rod Herman relays the history of the railroad that provided passenger and freight service to Routt County, Colorado.
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Ann Rich recounts her experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs.
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Everett "Ev" Bristol, Eunice Dorr and Dorothy Wither explain the process of rural electrification in Routt County including the establishment of the Yampa Valley Electric Association and how the community was affected by the introduction of electricity.
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Details about the founding of the Tread of Pioneers Museum and stories about the collection are provided through interviews with Irene Padgett and Jim Stanko.
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Gloria Gossard describes her experiences growing up in Steamboat Springs and in the process reveals fascinating tidbits of Steamboat history.
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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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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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Dorothy Wither recalls her childhood and the early days of Steamboat Springs in this article by Rick Tibbetts
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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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Includes a dedication to the memory of Dorothy Wither and information about the photographer of the cover image, Reginald D. "Rex" Gill.
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Melanie Grillo describes a variety of games and activities for children.
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In this interview Gordy Wren talks about the early history of ski jumping in Steamboat Springs. He describes his experiences and mentions many local skiers who competed with him.
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Grace Luekens is interviewed about her family history and their involvement in the Steamboat Strawberry Boom, featuring the Remington Berry.
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Lloyd Williams is interviewed about the Steamboat Springs Strawberry Boom.
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The 2nd issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ellen Millsap, Minnie Hertzog, Lila Allen, Lucy Marshall, Doc Marshall, Curtis Zabel, Lewis Phillips, Dorothy Wither, Josephine Whitmer, and a feature article on Mt. Harris.
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Dorothy Wither and Alma Baer reflect on their memories of the Steamboat Cabin Hotel.
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The 7th issue of Three Wire Winter includes, "Little" Dave Shoffner, Alma Baer, Hazie Werner, George & Frances Wheeler, Nellie Soash as well as feature articles on solar heating, childhood games, the Cabin Hotel, a Routt County gun collection, country schoolhouses, and a letter from the editor.
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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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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.