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Jessie Kelly holds her cat above the snow while Ladonna Fair tries to get Buster the dog to pose for a photo.
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Burnidene O'Neal with a camera in her hands is standing next to Mr. Whitney who is holding Tom, the dog. Mildred O'Neal is at left holding Sammy, the cat. The inscription reads: "Friends." They are in a backyard in Glenwood Springs in 1918.
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Scruffy, Mike and Smoky (the dog) on the steps at the Beck house. Fleming Lumber's framing house is behind them. In the left background is Tib Montoya's house. At upper right is a good example of fingerprinting on photographs.
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"Bernice Hart & her two Playmates" - caption on back, assumed to be Alda Borah. Bernice is dressed for the cold holding a white cat with the family dog at her side. A house is in the background and behind the dog, you can see where she has placed her doll and bear from the previous photograph (see related images).
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"Lawrence Davis, the Mayor and Postmaster of Hydrate, Colo., probably about 1924. The child remains unidentified." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 298 Dog and cat behind Mr. Davis. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Grace and Emmett Nottingham standing on sledge drawn by horse team in front of the old house in Avon. Dog and cats are around the sledge. View is to the northwest overlooking the future Avon town site. Railroad track visible in background. Harry Nottingham place at Buck Creek is in right background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]