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Clarence Dubach's westernmost barn in Triangle Park, looking NW from the access road. Core from drilling was stored here. Photo taken September 1965.
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July 1957: Clarence Dubach riding out to cut timber. His horse, the aptly named "Red", is pulling him on a skid that will also carry back his load.
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This house at Castle Peak Ranch was occupied by Harry and Teresa Lewis.
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"Gore Creek Valley & Range" - caption from Edwards School Scrapbook, page 5. The scrapbook was completed as part of a youth citizens' league project between 1954-1955.
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"Working on car on way to Glenwood" - Alda Borah 1917. Two men are looking under the hood of a car on the narrow dirt road winding through Glenwood Canyon. The drive to Glenwood Springs was an all-day adventure that required a few stops along the way. The body of water in the back would have been the Grand River at the time, later renamed to the Colorado River. In the left background, a utility pole can be seen along the railroad tracks across the...
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A photo of Red Cliff, Colorado, dated approximately 1914. "W.H. Caruthers" is written on the back.
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"Mill House & Barn to [?] from [?]" -- caption on back of photograph The house at left was the Michael family home; Edward and Edna operated the Eagle Valley Feed Mill, which is pictured next door to their home. The feed mill was located on Broadway Street in Eagle, Colorado until 1920, when Edward (E.A.) sold to Andrew Christensen. The railroad line can be seen in the foreground with other homes visible behind the Michael property.
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A photograph of Broadway Street in Eagle, Colorado. Buildings and businesses line the street, including the E.E. Glenn store. Glenn's was located at the corner of 2nd and Broadway at the time and was also the post office. Eagle Valley Enterprise offices were located across the street from Glenn's. People are gathered on horseback and/or in wagons.
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Edward A. Michael opened the Eagle Valley Feed Mill around 1912 until 1920 when he sold to Andrew Christensen. Around 1917, he added on to the existing operation with another barn, livery, and stable. This photograph shows both with finished signage. Two children are standing in the large open barn door of the first building and several wagons are outside the stable. A fire hydrant can be seen on corner of the dirt street.
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A photograph of Red Cliff, Colorado, dated approximately 1914. The railroad track is visible on the right and this view presents the houses in neat rows along dirt streets. "W.H. Caruthers" is written on the back.
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Main Street of Carbondale, Colorado around 1922. Two men stand on top of a storefront at center by a sign at right reading "CITY DRUG STORE". Cars are parked along the street and utility poles are present.
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"Down the main road toward Eagle and Castle Rock in distance" - from Alda Borah. It was also known as Brush Creek Road, now Capitol Street in Eagle. Fencelines line the dirt/gravel road with a utility pole on the right side.
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Looking north on what is now 2nd street in Eagle, dated 1919. Utility poles are either side. A car is parked under a tree at right and on the left is the post office.
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The road at center was called Brush Creek Road, now Capitol Street, and this view is south of town. Castle Peak is in the distance, near center.
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The photograph is printed on a postcard addressed to Ella Layton in Lee, California dated November 27, 1911 with the following message from a friend: "Here is a good picture of Eagle. The weather is fine. Mother is getting better. The rest of the family are well. We expect Etta Taylor tomorrow for a weeks visit. Hope you are both well. Etta Schwarz." Downtown Eagle, Colorado around 1911. The Laytons lived in California then moved to Colorado maintaining...
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A view of Eagle, Colorado looking across the Eagle River. Highway 6 traverses the photograph at center alongside railroad tracks.
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A brochure/pamphlet for visitors and travelers of Eagle and Eagle County, Colorado, published in the year 1912 by the Eagle Commercial Club based in Eagle. The pamphlet is 25 pages and includes advertisements for local businesses, hotels, and restaurants; economic and industry information; recreation such as wildlife and fishing; and many photographs from the time period of life in the area. Other towns in the county are mentioned throughout: Gypsum,...