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Interview with Wendell Hutchinson, born September 25, 1924 and died September 20, 2014. Wendell discusses going to Salida High School and the teachers and coaches, meeting his future wife, Sue Swallow, and who his influences were in deciding to become a veterinarian.
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Una Hogue's biographical sketches of the Ute tribe, and Ouray, Chipeta, and Shavano, in particular. This statement is part of the Thomas A. Nevens Papers.
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From the meeting of the Chaffee County Historical Society at McCray School from June 2, 1942. Notes on the Statements of Joe Cuenin and Arthur Hutchinson. These statements are part of the Thomas A. Nevens Papers.
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An aerial view of Ouray, Colorado
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Colorado's " Million Dollar" scenic Highway through San Juan Rockies, color postcard.
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A color postcard with four red flowers and leaves.
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Photograph of monument to Chief Ouray and Chipeta.
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Monument to Ouray and Chipeta near Ouray Spring on Million Dollar Highway
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Turks Head and Molas Lake, Chief Ouray Highway.
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The Tunnel, Chief Ouray Highway.
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Memorial to Chief Ouray, Montrose, Colorado.
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Four radio plays written by Wilson Rockwell, based in part on short histories he wrote for his book Sunset Slope, and broadcast in the Grand Junction area on KREX during the late 1950’s or early 1960’s. The programs include: Episode 13 – The Escape (0:00), Episode 14 – The Meeker Massacre (12:48), Episode 15 – The Ambush (28:34), Episode 16 – Professional Killer (42:46). These broadcasts are made available via signed release by the Mesa...
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William “Mose” Burkitt and Estella (Gavin) Taylor discuss the early history of Fruita, Colorado and Mesa County. The interview was conducted by the Mesa County Oral History Project, a collaboration of Mesa County Libraries and the Museums of Western Colorado.