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Betty Jo Knight (Schmidt) seated on a rock with a backpack in front of her. Given her boots and pants, she may have had a horse in the vicinity. Caption: "Betty Jo on some jaunt into the hills at Gilman."
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The 1916 election was also a presidential one where we elected Woodrow Wilson. Here are the election results for all of Eagle County, including Ruedi, Wolcott, "Lakes", Red Cliff, Gypsum, Burns, Eagle, and others. The election also includes several towns that no longer exist: Gilman, Pando, Sheephorn, and Fulford. In Eagle County, Wilson was easily their president-elect.
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The stairway leading up from the bachelors' quarters at Gilman. It had to be cleared routinely in the winter.
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Jack Johnson, surveyor, checking calculations at his desk. Survey crews worked both in the Gilman Mine and at Belden, as well as on the general property of New Jersey Zinc, Gilman.
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Pearl Mize in the reception area of the Gilman Mine office. Pearl worked in the office for many years and was noted for her professionalism.
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Bob Ashlock of the engineering department of the Gilman Mine at work on the tool table. Two core sample containers can be seen to Mr. Ashlock's right.
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Romain Stein of the Gilman Mine purchasing department looks over paperwork. Vendor purchasing guides are on the shelves in the background.
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Bonnie Hastings in the office at the Gilman Mine. Switchboard equipment is to her immediate left.
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John Coulthard of the engineering department at the Gilman Mine office. An engineering calculator is to his right. As calculations were performed, the top of the calculator "traveled" until final solutions were computed.
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Pearl Mize takes a call at the Gilman Mine office. Rows of key tags are in the backgound in the right corner.
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Jack Clark, personnel, fielding a call in his office at the Gilman Mine.
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The Belden facility showing the loading and processing facilities. Railroad cars waiting to be loaded are in the background. Directly above them are some of the old mines started in the late 1800s. The photo was taken from the dump at Gilman, looking down on Belden.
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The New Jersey Zinc Company office in Gilman, Colorado. The cinder block portion, which was the newer portion of the office, was constructed in approximately 1953. [license plate 1953]
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Dick Sayers (left) and John Skinner adjusting controls at the pump station on 20 level at the mine in Gilman.
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Signal pulleys to let the hoistman, who operated the cage, know when to raise or lower the cage.
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Moving mining timber at the surface level near the main shaft at Gilman. Timber was stored outside until needed in the mine and loaded vertically into the main cage for unloading on 16 level.
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Air operated mucking machine. The scoop goes over the mucking machine and empties the ore into the car behind. Miners also used these cars to move mining timbers throughout the mine.
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Mucking machine picking up a load of ore at Gilman. The machine ran on rails and pulled ore cars behind for loading.
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Cable used to raise forge door.
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Main Street in Gilman during a winter in the early 1930's. The Model A at right has a license plate number 44-552. Model As were first produced in 1927.