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Dr. William Lawrence Conway with his granddaughter, Lillian Naomi Higdon, now Starr Doll. Dr. Conway is leaning down and touching Freckles, the dog. Starr's mother died in childbirth and she was raised by her grandparents. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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From left to right: family dog, Bill Kavanaugh, John Kavanaugh, Hilma Kavanaugh holding baby Mary. The family is standing in the yard next to the Kavanaugh home in Minturn, Colorado, August 1936.
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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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Martha Goodall, standing, is watching her daughter, Alice Goodall, bottle feed a fawn. They are standing in front of the first house built in Eagle, Colorado. There are other structures in the background. Two men are seated in a wagon at the far right. William F. Woods is on the left. Henry C. Goodall, at the far right, is holding snowshoes. Alice was married in this house in 1884 to William Franklin Wood. She was the mother of Robert Woods....
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Marg (Mary Margaret) Macdonell (Morris) with fawn and dog, General Douglas MacArthur.
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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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From left, standing: Alicia Halloran and Sarah Jane (Grandma) Fulford. From left, seated: Ada Fay Peterson, Pup (the dog) and Albert Fulford. There is another dog to the right of Albert. The house was probably located where the Kuttin' Korner and Allen Agency Building now stand. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Leo Cunningham standing by the Haas house at Sandstone Creek. Leo worked at the Fleming Saw Mill in what is now Vail. Dog at right midground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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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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The Beck Boys and Polly, the dog, posed on the steps down to their house on Water Street, Red Cliff, Colorado. At top: Buster, Bud Middle: Quinn, Bruce, Jack Bottom: Russell "The dog's name was Polly. The dog was brought over from Monarch when we moved to Red Cliff. After she eventually died, there came a dog named Pudgie who was also a white Spitz but one of the most disagreeable dogs I have ever known."--Bud Beck, Jan. 17, 2009
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Buster Beck and Don Knight standing in the Beck's yard on Water Street, Red Cliff, May 1995. The men were long-time friends. MacDonald "Don" Knight and Leonard Hammock wrote Early Days on the Eagle, published in 1965.
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Clarence (seated) and Phoebe (standing) Rundell with their children (from left to right): Marie, Helen, and Ernest. They appear to be posed on a chair in front of antlers covered by an animal hide. A dog is at the lower left. Same as: 1992.004D.006