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Ralph and Pearl Lewis Henderson standing in front of an automobile with their dog; August 1969. Pearl worked in the Henderson store and at the Red Cliff Museum. She was a member of the Eagle County Historical Society and Neighbors of Woodcraft. Ralph Henderson owned Henderson's Variety Store in Red Cliff and sold cars in Red Cliff for Burt Chevrolet, Denver. Ralph also owned the bus line to Gilman, which took workers back and forth to the mine....
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Looking down on the top of Monument Street in Red Cliff. The home on the left belongs to Diana Cisneros. The German shepherd from photograph 2013.013.002 is sitting in the middle of the unpaved street. On the right side of the street, beginning with the 2 story house at left, are the homes of: Anadeto Medina, R. Romero, Joe Medina, Joe Duran, Eufelia and Crolos Jaramillo, and Cecelio Rivera.
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Parked next to Don Wilson's school bus camper at the top of Monument Street in Red Cliff, we have an International Harvester pickup with a dog resting in its shade. The house on the right belongs to Delfino Tafoya.