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Ruby Dump (Crye), daughter of Blanche and Victor Dump, standing in the snow at the family ranch, Pando, Colorado. Victor Dump died in 1935 and the family stayed on the ranch for another year before moving to Red Cliff. Frank and Pauline Reynolds Byers took over the Pando ranch and lived there until the Army constructed Camp Hale on the site during WWII. Byers then moved to Dillon, Colorado, and ranched there for many years. -- Ruby Crye, Aug. 2010...
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Students of the Avon School, posed on the grass in front of the school barn (fences visible). They are laying on their stomachs in a row, upraised on elbows, facing the camera. A woman stands behind them on the right. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Bert Yandell and his dog, Pal, across the valley from Squaw Creek. Bert is carrying books and a lunch pail in his left arm. Ranch buildings are in the background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ruby Dump (Crye), daughter of Blanche and Victor Dump, standing with Jack Mize and dog at the Dump family ranch, (Isabell Ranch) Pando, Colorado. Ranch buildings in the background. Victor Dump died in 1935 and the family stayed on the ranch for another year before moving to Red Cliff. Frank and Pauline Reynolds Byers took over the Pando ranch and lived there until the Army constructed Camp Hale on the site during WWII. Byers then moved to Dillon,...
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Doug Hughes and Maybelle "Dickie" Yandell across the valley from Squaw Creek. Dickie is Doug's aunt, Melba's sister. "Melba Yandell Hughes and her family came to Squaw Creek because of the lettuce. Melba had been married when her family lived in Oklahoma, and had lost her husband after their son, Doug, was born. Eldest of eight children, Melba moved back home so her son could enjoy family life and the attention of all those brothers and sisters--actually,...
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Imogene Nottingham (later Mrs. Frank Doll) standing with pet deer. Lettuce shed in right background. Child on horse in left background. Photo taken from Emmett Nottingham place in Avon facing northwest. Metcalf Gulch (not in GNIS) visible behind the lettuce shed. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ernest and Helen Rundell, outside the house at the ranch on Sheephorn Creek. Helen is standing on a chair with Ernest helping to steady her.
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Elizabeth Holden, seated on horse, holding the infant Peggy Mulnix (Anna's daughter) in front of her in the saddle. Barn in Background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Peggy Mulnix, daughter of Anna Mulnix, in an Oats bucket in front of the Holden barn. The fence in the background appears to be leaning considerably. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Blanche Dump holding the reins of a horse on which Ruby Dump is sitting. Victor Dump is ready to catch Ruby should she fall. The family is at their ranch at Pando, Colorado. Ranch buildings are visible in the background. Victor Dump died in 1935 and the family stayed on the ranch for another year before moving to Red Cliff. Frank and Pauline Reynolds Byers took over the Pando ranch and lived there until the Army constructed Camp Hale on the site...
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Doug Hughes at far left, standing with his aunt and uncle, Maybelle and Bert Yandell across the valley from Squaw Creek. Bert is petting his dog, Pal. Ranch buildings are in the background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Eulene and Marvin Kilgore at home on Brush Creek. Marvin is pushing while Eulene pulls a wagon.
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The Sherman Brothers Ranch house with Gertrude and children posed on front porch. Barns visible at left. "Jesse Sherman and his wife, Gertrude, often entertained nieces and newphews and children from town. This cement-block home was the primary Sherman residence. Several other houses on the ranch were used for the families that helped to work the ranch." --Early Eagle, by Kathy Heicher p.47 The house was 4 miles east of Eagle, approximately where...
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Cousins lined up for a photograph in the yard at Sherman Brothers Ranch. Ranch buildings are visible in right background. From left: Lawrence and Catherine Little, children of Grace Miller Little. Grace and Howard McCain, children of Bertha Miller McCain. Lawrence is holding a hat; Grace is holding a doll.
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Helen Dice holding reins of horse, standing next to Joe Dice, mounted on horse. Barn in left background, wagon in right background. Shryack Place, Brush Creek, Colorado.
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"Eleanor, John and Jack [Alonzo] Hudson at their home on Trail Creek, ten miles northeast of McCoy in 1901." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 282 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]