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Steamboat Springs locals comment on the formation of the Steamboat Springs ski area and development of Mt. Werner, formerly known as Storm Mountain.
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In this interview with Bridgett Kelly, Gordy Wren outlines his experiences as a ski jumper and slalom skier including his participation in the 1948 Winter Olympics. He talks about the early ski area development on Mount Werner. He describes his children and their interest in skiing.
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Marvin Crawford talks about the Steamboat Springs ski area and Mount Werner, formerly known as Storm Mountain.
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In this interview with Tommy Sharp and Bill McKelvie, John Fetcher talks about his experiences as an Elk River Valley cattle rancher and describes his part in the establishment of the Steamboat ski area.
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John Fetcher describes his early life and education and his involvement in munitions manufacturing during World War II. After the war John and his family purchased a ranch in Routt County, and John went on to make numerous contributions to the Yampa Valley including establishing the Steamboat Springs ski resort.
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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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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.