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Cast and ECHS docents for the River View Cemetery Tour, a production of the Eagle County Historical Society and the 2014 fundraiser. Front row, L to R: Sarah Pounder (Violet Buffehr), Cooter Overcash (Hank Elliott), Cindy Jones (Augusta Nelson), Doug Lewer (Hugh Luby), Sandy VanCampen (docent), Janice Tonz (Sophie Knight) Back row, L to R: Kathy Heicher (docent), Donna Spinelli (Elvira Schlegel), Brian Hall (Billy Booco), Laura Thompson (docent),...
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Darrell Barnes supervising the play at Maloit park. Darrell was the chief accountant at Gilman for many years.
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1914-1915: Train cars and debris scattered down snow-covered cliff walls. Nine men standing on upright train car at left of photo, viewing the destruction. 44 cars involved in the accident; Engineer Fred Graham killed. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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John E. Kavanaugh, 10 or 12 years old, standing between two men in a store, possibly in Minturn. John was born in Salida, Colorado, December 6, 1910. His parents were Henry O. Anderson and Hilma Lindgren Anderson. His name was later changed from Anderson to Kavanaugh when he was adopted by his mother's second husband, William "Billy" Kavanaugh, an engineer on the D&RG Railroad. Many products are visible, such as bananas hanging in the center...
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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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Dick Sayer (l) and Charlie Francis at Maloit Park during a New Jersey Zinc company picnic.
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Lynn Kanakis (?) takes batting practice at Maloit Park. Many of the NJZ employees enjoyed playing baseball and formed teams that competed with neighboring towns.
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Charlie Francis (right center), Bill Jude (left center), and others at a NJZ picnic at Maloit Park.
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Charlie Francis (center), sent from the New York office during union negiotiations, at Maloit Park.
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Group at the shelter in Maloit Park. Standing on the left is Rosie Marfitano holding her son. Seated on the left is Madeline Steinmeyer, then Virginia Caddy Bowman, Pearl (Dump) Mize, Pearl Murley (looking left and standing) and Blanch Sundburg standing far right and looking to the left. Ladies standing with their backs to the camera are unidentified.
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Ed Miller checking the food. Bill Jude to Ed's left. George Gillian (center), Ed Chockie (baseball cap) and Ed Duffy, enjoying the afternoon.
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Ed Chockie (with baseball hat), Bill Jude (holding cup), Ed Miller (right), and Frank Sherwood with his back to the camera, at Maloit Park.....others are unidentified.
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Ronnie Jenkins (hands in pockets) stands behind a chopping Eddie Duffy, while Tony Karwacki holds a log in place. Others are unidentified. The wood pile is at the fireplace in the background.
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Pearl Maloit and her son-in-law, Jack Nelson, at a New Jersey Zinc Company picnic at Maloit Park.
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Frank and Pearl Maloit at a New Jersey Zinc Company picnic.
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The Gilman Mine "tailings pond" in the back center. Tailings were waste products from processing ore and were piped down Battle Mountain approximately four to five miles to the tailings pond. Some eight million cubic feet have been estimated to have been dumped in this area, which was west of the Gilman Mine.
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Maloit Park showing the playground area in the back left. The park is east of Minturn on Highway 24 approximately two miles. The New Jersey Zinc Co. recreation grounds were renamed Maloit Park in November of 1958. The park was dedicated on July 4th, 1959, becoming a public facility. Frank Maloit retired in the spring of 1959 after being affiliated with the Company at Gilman since 1922.
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Corrine Chockie helps Frank Sherwood unload food from a station wagon, while Dorothy Sherwood (center) and Bill Jude assist. Jude is holding a camera.