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At the Tigiwon camp, men cooking and gathering wood. Caption by O. W. Randall: "We had a trout dinner all ready for them when they got to Tigiwon. It was a perfect day and they sure enjoyed the trip." Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 10 1928"
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Ed Miller with a small horse. Ed was a chef and he, with his wife, Julia, managed the staff house at Gilman, in addition to doing some catering. His sister was Ruth Miller Caddy of Eagle.
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Ida and Joe Trujillo celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in Red Cliff. Joe worked for New Jersey Zinc Co. at Gilman for 46 years, 1930-1976. Ida was a cook in Vail. They had two children, Jerry Trujillo, Avon, and Donna Jean Duran, Thornton,Colorado.
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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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Frank Sherwood, Jr. (left), unknown lady, Ed Miller, Ronnie Jenkins, Don Webb and Harold Steinmeyer at Maloit Park. Little Donna Webb is at far right with her twin brother, Bobby, sitting to her left on the ground.
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Ed Miller (chef at the staff house in Gilman until his retirement in 1965) checking the coffee progress at Maloit Park. In the right background is a Willis Jeep with a power winch attachment which was useful during the many hunting trips enjoyed by most of the employees of New Jersey Zinc, Gilman.
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Ed and Julia (Mayne) Miller at the New Jersey Zinc picnic, Maloit Park. The fireplace cooked many a meal during the years the mine at Gilman was in operation. Ed was chef at the staff house in Gilman until his retirement in 1965.