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Clarence Dubach cuts out a future drill road near New York Cabins in Fulford Mining District.
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From left, Paul Roebling, Clarence and Helen Dubach examining ore core by barn in Triangle Park. Photograph is dated November/December 1966.
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Clarence and Helen Dubach standing in front of their new cabin. Logs are piled at right. Photo taken September 1965.
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Sean Whelan with Clarence Dubach and Barbara Gabelman, locating claims at the New York cabins, in July 1966.
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A group at the portal of the Polar Star Mine adit, or entrance, in July of 1967. From left to right, Clarence, Barbara, Helen, Olive, Joan, Sean.
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July 1957: Clarence Dubach riding out to cut timber. His horse, the aptly named "Red", is pulling him on a skid that will also carry back his load.
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Clarence Dubach, center, shows Joan, David, and Barbara Gabelman a pistol he designed and built himself.
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Clarence Dubach at Polar Star camp. At right, others examine the ruins of the Boarding House. Taken July 1967.
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October 1956: Clarence Dubach shows off his buck head in front of the New Cabin in Triangle Park, Fulford, Colorado.
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Clarence Dubach examines a core sample with a hand lens. The photograph is dark, but it appears that he's in a barn possibly on his property.
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July 1956: Olive Gabelman & Barbara watch Clarence Dubach scythe hay for his horses in Triangle Park at Fulford, Colorado. Triangle Park is a mark of the interesting geologic feature of this area. When viewed from above, it is a singular near-perfect triangle among the mountains of the Fulford Mining District.