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The remains of John Dubach's cabin in Upper Town of Fulford, Colorado. Photo was taken in July of 1966
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Clarence Dubach's westernmost barn in Triangle Park, looking NW from the access road. Core from drilling was stored here. Photo taken September 1965.
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June 1965: The Gabelman Chevy is having a bit of trouble navigating the old road to Fulford.
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Boyle Brothers drill on Hole PR___, in road just North of 1913 adit (entrance). Dated July 1966.
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Boyle Brothers drill on hole PR-7 on Porphyry Ridge above Lower Fulford in the Fulford Mining District.
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John Gabelman pans for gold in Nolan Creek behind Forrest Cave's cabin at Fulford, Colorado. Photograph is dated July of 1948.
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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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A southeast view of cabins at Fulford. The cabin on the right belonged to Forrest W. Cave, an Eagle County Treasurer. Charles Hemberger's cabin is on the left. (Note that this photograph may be reversed.)
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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 view up-valley of Fulford, Colorado looking east to the Hotel and the store. (Note that this photograph is reversed.) Fulford, Colorado sits approximately 18 miles southeast of Eagle and was once the site of an early 20th century mining boom. The town once supported a post office, school, its own newspaper, and a community of ranchers and miners. This photograph was captured by John Gabelman, who completed a geology project of the Fulford Mining...
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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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Robin C.[?] pulls Olive Gabelman in an old buggy at Fulford. The photograph is viewing southeast and may be reversed. Photo is dated July 1948.
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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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Close-up of old wooden bucket in spring along New York Fault on the road between Upper and Lower Fulford.
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July 1965 in Upper Town, Fulford, Colorado. View is NE of cabin.
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October 1956: John Gabelman poses with the day's kill: a large buck. He is in front of the Bent House in Triangle Park at Fulford, Colorado.
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The Boyle Bros. diamond drill on Hole PR-3 in Upper Town, Fulford, Colorado.
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Clarence Dubach, center, shows Joan, David, and Barbara Gabelman a pistol he designed and built himself.