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Masons at the dedication of Battle Mountain High School in 1964. Harold Steinmeyer is looking up at the platform.
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Cornerstone laying ceremonies for the new Battle Mountain High School in 1964. Leonard Hammock, Superintendent of Schools for School District RE-50J, is on the ladder with William F. Stephens, school board president, to his left. Harold Steinmeyer representing the Masons is to the right on the ground looking up. Ths school was built in Maloit Park near Minturn.
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Battle Mountain High School dedication in 1964. Leonard Hammock is at the far right of the platform with William F. Stephens to his immediate left. Harold Steinmeyer is standing to the right of Mr. Hammock, on the ground.
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Harold Steinmeyer at the Warren Sawmill on Turkey Creek near Red Cliff and Gilman.
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Bill May adjusting the controls on the compressor at Belden; Harold Steinmeyer supervising.
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Frank Sherwood, Jr. (left), unknown lady, Ed Miller, Ronnie Jenkins, Don Webb and Harold Steinmeyer at Maloit Park. Little Donna Webb is at far right with her twin brother, Bobby, sitting to her left on the ground.
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Ike Dump banding mining timber at Warren Sawmill in Red Cliff. Safety "chaps" were worn to prevent cuts when working with the saws and the timber. Harold Steinmeyer is supervising.
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Harold Steinmeyer directing road clearing on the lower road to Rock Creek. Highway 24 is in the background.
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Harold Steinmeyer and Bill May in the compressor room at Belden. Compressor equipment in the background is Ingersoll-Rand. During the spring and summer months, power for the compressors was provided by using Pelton Wheels (turbines) situated in nearby Fall Creek to generate electricity.
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Harold Steinmeyer (left) and Bill May in the compressor room at Belden. Prior to the electrical power plant at Gilman, much of the electricity for the mine (compressors) was supplied by the use of Pelton wheels (turbines) powered by the water from Fall Creek at Belden.