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Fred Dice holding milk bucket. Faye Dice has her right arm wrapped around her father's neck. Marie Deeble is standing to Fred's right. Dog in right foreground. Bunk house in background (Schlutter Place, Brush Creek).
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Snowy day at the Beecher Gulch Place. Dixie the horse in front of barn; dogs, Boots and Rex in front of a 1937 Hudson Terraplane automobile. House in right midground.
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George Macdonell holding duckling at left. Terryann Lewis, in back, patting the duckling. Suzann Lewis staring at the camera. Marg Macdonell, at right, holding a very interested General Douglas MacArthur.
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Joe Dice on Sally, the mare, at the Half-Way barn up Brush Creek. Rex, the dog, is visible under the horse's belly. Joe, ten years old, rode past the barn on his way to school. The Half-Way barn (at the entrance now in 2007 to Sylvan Park) was a stage stop for the Eagle to Fulford stage line. The barn was long with plenty of room and freight wagons could be parked. The teamsters switched horses here and, if necessary, could sleep in the hay.
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Charlie Wolverton, posing for the camera with Dexter. [It is unknown whether the horse or the dog was named Dexter.] Charles was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolverton, grandson of M. H. and Clara Waldo.
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Marg and George Macdonell with General Douglas MacArthur, the dog, sitting in an automobile at the Macdonell house at Brush Creek. Another vehicle is in the background, as well as the house and outbuildings.
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Marg (Mary Margaret) Macdonell (Morris) with fawn and dog, General Douglas MacArthur.
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Sadie and Alec Macdonell at far right with three Benedictine sisters and an unidentified man, standing outside the Brush Creek rnach house. Dog in foreground. The photo was taken in August 1955.
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Mary Jo, a toddler, and Bobby Trezise stand on either side of the day's hunt. A man and a dog stand on the far right of the photograph watching them. Other equipment can be seen in the background on the left and a large woodpile on the far right.
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Mary Jo & Bobby Trezise sit on top of a woodpile with the dog, Skipper. They're both dressed for cold weather and Bobby is wearing earmuffs.
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"M. Trezise, Bob Trezise" (caption from photo). There is a dog in the foreground seeking attention from Bob; both the men are wearing hats.
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"Daddy, Jack, & 8 Ducks" (caption from photo album) Hans Larsen stands with the family dog, Jack, with a gun and a pipe in his mouth. Larsen fashioned his own belt for carrying ducks while hunting and has 8 around his waist. There is a milk can in the background with the fenceline and a building.
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Hans Larsen, along with two other men and a dog, appear to be chopping a tree in the barnyard. There is a fence, trees, and numerous buildings also in the picture.
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The Larsen Family from left to right: Hans, Melissa (linking arms with her father & mother), Mary Hester, and Duane on his bicycle. The family dog, Jack, is also pictured.
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Duane Larsen, age 3 or 4, and Button the dog.
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Jack the dog stands in front of a woodpile.
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"Jack and the Turkeys" (caption from photo album). Jack the dog standing in the snow with the turkeys. There is a wagon, small shed, and fenceline in the background.
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A boy and his puppy sit on an International Harvester tractor. To the left is another tractor in the background; on the right, other farm equipment and storage can be seen.
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Hans Larsen and Skipper the dog sit on the John Deere tractor. A boy is on the equipment behind the tractor; this could be Duane Larsen(?).
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Hans Larsen and Skipper the dog sit on the John Deere tractor. A farmhand is on the equipment behind the tractor.