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Pastor Jim Berggren painting the cross on the steeple at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Gypsum. The painting was done on October 3, 1988, in anticipation of the centennial celebration of the Church on October 8, 1988.
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3010. Mount of the Holy Cross, Colo. Addressed to Clarence Braukman, 1589 Steele, St., City [Denver]; From Mrs. Worthington. Canceled Denver, Colo. Sep 28, 1909 6PM.
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Military marker for: "Thomas James McCoy, RMSN, US Navy, Korea, July 11, 1930--Jan. 5, 2007," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is at the center bottom of the marker.
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Saint Marys Catholic Church in Eagle, Colorado, circa 1980. The church was originally the Eagle School at 215 Capitol St. Built in 1890, it was used as a school until 1916 when it was sold to the Catholic Church.
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A close-up view of the Mount of the Holy Cross. The photo was printed July 8, 1932.
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Tree Marking Navajo Indian grave near Burns, Colorado, in 1989.
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Military marker for: "Clarence H. Kirby, SSGT US Army, World War II, Dec. 21, 1919--Aug. 1, 1982," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is embossed at the bottom center of the marker.
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Shared marker for: "Adams, Charlie Earl, July 2, 1889--Feb. 23, 1973; Inez Riggs, Nov. 21, 1883--Mar. 30, 1973," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with a cross engraved at the top of the marker. Columbines are engraved at the center of the marker. At bottom, the inscription reads: "Married Aug. 31, 1912."
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Graphic postcard of the Mount of the Holy Cross, with pond in the foreground. [5231. Mount of the Holy Cross, Colorado. Altitude 14,176 feet] Caption on verso: "Mount of the Holy Cross. This famous mountain, 14,176 feet in height, lies at the extreme northern end of the Sawatch Mountains, near the headwaters of Eagle River. The cross is formed by a deep vertical fissure in the face of the mountain, 1,500 feet in length, intersected by a transverse...
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Military marker for: "Adolphe A. Netahla, US Army, World War II, Sep 2, 1909--Dec 15, 1975," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is embossed at the bottom of the marker.
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Jehovah's Witnesses Church, 0440 Bear Creek Road in Edwards, Colorado, possibly in the early 1980s.
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Marker for: "Louis R. Adams, Aug. 3, 1913--Mar. 28, 2003," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene is at the top of the marker. An open book with a cross is engraved at center.
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Marker for the ashes of Jack Stewart II, 1923-1979, in the Stewart Family Cemetery at Dotsero, Colorado. "Graves in the Dotsero Sweetwater area. Collected by Joan Brallier. Helped by Myrti Stephens and John Gannon. Barbara Steward gave the information on Dotsero graves." -- Mildred Toomer
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Marker for: "Elizabeth E. Bedell, In loving memory from her friends & family, Apr. 21, 1888--Nov. 23, 1977," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is engraved at the top of the marker, a star is engraved at the bottom.
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Tree that marked the final resting place of a Navajo Indian who was working for the D& RGW Railroad and was drowned in the river. A wooden cross marking the grave was placed in the dead tree, but was not evident in 1989.
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Marker for: "Alice M. Booco, Feb. 5, 1911--July 20, 2001," in the McCoy Cemetery. A tree is engraved on the left of the marker; a cross is engraved at center.
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Graphic postcard of the Mt. of the Holy Cross, Colorado, with pond in the foreground. [704. Frank S. Thayer, Publisher, Denver] "All Leather --- Co." handwritten on front; addressed to Mr. Thos Gorman, 58 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y. on verso. Canceled Greeley Colo Oct 6 7 PM. 1906 written in pencil.
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Wooden marker, shaped like a cross, no longer readable, in the McCoy Cemetery.
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Cross and bleachers on Red Cliff [Red Canyon] used for Easter sunrise services in the 1960s and 1970s. When you are looking at the cross, you are looking directly east up the valley. "According the the [Eagle Valley] Enterprise archives, the cross was installed by [Leonard] Horn in 1962 after Rev. Mann of the Eagle Methodist Church sought permission to hold a sunrise service on the site on Easter morning. The cross, although never cemented into...
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Military marker for: "Hugh Theodore Harris, US Navy, Korea, Dec. 18, 1916--Dec. 22, 1997," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is at the bottom of the marker