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The lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gypsum, after a December 15,1990, late night fire. According to Fire Chief, Dave Vroman, the blaze was traced to a furnace recently installed. First Lutheran Church of Gypsum and Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Vail took over ownership of the structure in 1989. Members were remodeling the structure to convert it into a parish hall. "Last week's fire destoyed 88 years of history in downtown...
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The lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gypsum, after a December 15,1990, late night fire. According to Fire Chief, Dave Vroman, the blaze was traced to a furnace recently installed. First Lutheran Church of Gypsum and Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Vail took over ownership of the structure in 1989. Members were remodeling the structure to convert it into a parish hall. "Last week's fire destoyed 88 years of history in downtown...
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Pastor Jim Berggren painting the cross on the steeple at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gypsum. The painting was done on October 3, 1988, in anticipation of the centennial celebration of the Church on October 8, 1988.
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The congregation of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Gypsum in front of the church on October 8, 1988, the centennial celebration.
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1901: Dorothy Doll, 3 years old, in hat and overalls holding the reins of an unsaddled horse in fenced yard. Trees and grass indicate late spring/summer. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Eagle County High School boys' basketball team, 1917, lined up outside the school. "The picture of the boys' basketball team: Jule Oleson, Fritz Borah, Bill McHatton, Jack Flynn, Marvin Ryden and Fred Oleson. The Oleson boys were nephews of Julius Oleson who had the store and bank in Gypsum." -- Lola Tracy Borah to John Flynn, in a letter postmarked Nov. 25, 1996 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]...
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A plane over the landing field at Cooley Mesa, Colorado, now the site of Eagle County Airport. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Centennial cake for the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gypsum, Oct. 8, 1988.
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Ed Erickson, left, and Henry Ulin in a wagon drawn by a team of horses. They are standing outside a farmhouse in Gypsum Creek. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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C.1900: "The Big Barn," Doll Brothers Ranch, Gypsum Valley. Barn had 3 full stories, running water and electricity. Could stable 250 horses individually. Winter view with snow on ground. Fencing in foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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LaGrow home, builit on East Cooley Mesa near Gypsum, in 1900. The LaGrow family moved to Gypsum in the 1970s.
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C.1900: Rancher bent over scalding tub during fall hog butchering, Doll Brothers Ranch. Six carcasses hanging from supports on the left. Snow on ground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Photo postcard of the Lutheran Church in Gypsum, built in 1888. The writing at the top is "Church, Gypsum, Co." in Swedish.
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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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Gypsum hills
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Frank Doll seated at the "Gypsum Valley Home." Behind him stand Hiram F. Doll, Ruth (a worker at the Home), and Frank A. Doll.
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Panoramic photograph of early Gypsum, Colorado. The photograph is dated "about 1902".
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Hatcher home on Gypsum Creek, built 1909. Torn down.
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Group photo at the Lea home in Gypsum, Colorado. From left to right: Urdine Bell Messersmith Lea, Evelyn Marguerite Lea, Evelyn Urdine, Evelyn Carol (daughter of Evelyn Urdine)