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Lucksinger's house in Basalt, Colorado. From the Basalt Regional Heritage Society Walking Tour: "Luchsinger Half-Way House. In 1885 Gabe and Julia Sneider Luchsinger arrived in Frying Pan Junction (Basalt). Gabe was an enthusiastic fisherman and along with his brothers Ottomar, Gabriel, Marcus and Jacob, would catach fish and take them in gunny sacks to Aspen to sell. In addition to their fishing, Gabriel and Julia ran a dairy ranch and in 1887...
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The Buffington cabin, Brush Creek, 1979, showing log structure with planed wood roofing. The Buffington and Newquist families were neighbors.
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Virgil Newquist and Herman Newquist (on right) standing in front of a Herman's jeep at the Watkins cabin, Brush Creek, 1979. Herman was Virgil's older brother.
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Detail of the joinery, chinking and window/door frame construction in an abandoned cabin [negative found in envelope labeled "Pando."]. Woodwork around door and window frames is painted blue. [Film scanned to produce digital image January 2009]
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The Ester Trudson cabin on the Sigler place, Volcano section of Conger Mesa. The photo was taken in 1973 by John Ambos. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Peggy Whittaker and Eileen Randall outside a cabin at Brush Creek.
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Front view of the Newquist Family cabin. Log construction with roof collapsing. Sagebrush surrounding the site. A spring was located on the slope below the cabin; water was hauled up to the cabin routinely.
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Taken from the hill above the Newquist Family log cabin, the deterioration of the roof structure and back wall is clearly visible. Additional structure visible in left background is a root cellar.
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The original Thomas homestead in Beaver Creek (Upper Neck). Standing in front of the house, from left to right: unknown man, John ThomasMabel and Mary (mother), Thomas (standing) Cliff and Charley Thomas seated in Front, Aunt and Uncle (Tom) Norris. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"It is a 1948 view looking east into Gold Basin from the trail on the rim where George Burgess and I studied the cliffs to spot the trail down and judge if the pack horse could handle it. The Morgan cabin we stayed in is well portrayed. It was here we tied the horse to a boulder with an insufficient knot while we went down and tested it out. The trail was largely obliterated by rock creep and fall, but we thought the horse could do it with our...
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"The buildings on the Lyon Hidden Valley Ranch are in a much better state of repair than any of the other deserted ranches in Yarmony Park, mainly due to the fact that it was occupied the longest. The road to the former John Hudson ranch a mile and a half distant goes through the gap on the left." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 279 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The birth place of Eulene Kilgore in Eagle, 1914. Log cabin structure with 3 doors and a window visible. Ladder propped against building giving access to a log roof covered with sod.
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The Buchholz homestead on Buchholz Mesa. Nicholas is at the far left; Mary is wearing a hat and standing near the door. John, Mary Louise and Beulah Buchholz are also in the picture. There are mounted riders at far right and cattle at midground. Buchholz Mesa was sold to E. M. Tabor and Nick and John opened a livery business in Eagle. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The John J. Ambos homestead and cabin. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Henderson family homestead cabin on Squaw Creek. An automobile is parked to the left of the cabin.
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Abandoned cabin [negative found in envelope labeled "Pando"]. The cabin is chinked log with a metal roof. Windows appear to be broken out (window and door frames are painted blue). Snow is banked around the building. [Film scanned to produce digital image January 2009]
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"This house was home to Mr. and Mrs. Judd Lyon and their daughter Florence for fifteen years and a number of other families for several years afterwards." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 280 "After the Lyon family left the ranch in Yarmony Park, several different people owned it. Among these later owners were Harry Groh, Roy Sherwood, and Buzz Mugrage. The Lyon ranch was dryland, like many others in the Park, and there was no chance of getting irrigation...
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A view of the Newquist Family cabin from the south end.
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The Watkins cabin at Brush Creek. The log structure is still standing but much of the roof is gone. Herman Newquist is standing next to the jeep at far left.
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The Webb Cabin at Brush Creek in springtime.