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"The Horn ranch house on Rock Creek, two and one half miles above McCoy, as it was in 1917. Homesteaders Alvin Hart and Rooks built the cabin with the fireplace, the rest was added on by the Horns. The low building on the right was the kitchen, the two story addition had two bedrooms upstairs and the ground floor was the living room, the fireplace room served as a bunkhouse for ranch hands. Shortly after Arthur Horn's death, Mrs. Horn had that...
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Wiltshire (Eaton) place, with the house built by Anthony Smith (confirmed as his residence by Marie Mayne). House is in midground with barn and outbuildings in the left background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Rundell ranch with house at right, barns and corrals at left. .
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"Just across Rock Creek Canyon from the Ebert place on Conger Mesa, Bert Hadley took up a 160 acre homestead and built this house on it in 1905. Prior to that year, he had married Huldah LaForce and they had spent a part of their honeymoon on the former Milby Frazer place at the head of Egeria Canyon. Bert, who was in poor health, did not live long enough to realize his dream of transforming the homestead into a cattle ranch. After his death, about...
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"Charley McCoy's Upper Place in 1930.The original log house was destroyed by fire in 1927 or 1928 and the frame house was built shortly afterwards. This picture shows some of Charley McCoy's top grade of cattle. Besides the cattle and the one saddle horse, at least seven men and boys are visible just to the left of the barn some of whom were probably members of the Dutch Laman family who were living on the ranch at that time." -- McCoy Memoirs p.108 [Title...
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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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"The Hans Olesen place when owned by Schmidts; also the cover photo of the calendar." October 1976 in a calendar, Rural America, the Bi-Centennial Year, Copyright 1975, Time Piece Photography, Inc. Boulder, Colorado 80302, Photo Chrono Graphics; photographer for October Jay Simon $4 "1 1/2 story house, built in 1900 containing 8 rooms with four bedrooms and a bath. The first floor area has 968 square feet with the second floor area 242 square...
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Jack, Glen and Betty Jo Schmidt heading out for the day's work. The farm house is behind them.
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The original ranch house on the Hans Oleson/Schmidt Ranch in Gypsum. It's still on the ranch [2013]. Lottie Schmidt, Glen Schmidt's mother, is riding Hunter. Glen's niece, Donna, is riding on Polly at center. Kathy has dismounted and is holding reins for Pommers.
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Kathy Schmidt and the old farmhouse.
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"The Hans Olesen place when owned by Schmidts; also the cover photo of the calendar." October 1976 in a calendar, Rural America, the Bi-Centennial Year, Copyright 1975, Time Piece Photography, Inc. Boulder, Colorado 80302, Photo Chrono Graphics; photographer for October Jay Simon $4