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"A grain threshing outfit and crew on the Frank Groh ranch on lower Rock Creek in 1911. From left to right they are Phil Hines and Frank Parker, who were onlookers. Next are Charley McCoy and Tom Wohler, who owned the outfit. Then Phil Kapale, Ben Butler, unknown, Ed Bailey, Frank Groh, Jr., Harry Groh and Sam Kibbler. While in operation, it was the duty of the owners to see that all parts of the equipment were functioning properly. Other men...
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Two girls and a man on a wagon drawn by a 2-horse team. Dog in foreground. Ping's place in background. "McCollum" written on back of photo. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Earl Beck and the dog driving a wagon with a two-horse team along an unpaved road. Possibly related to 2012.020.010.
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"Pioneers Mary and Frank Groh on their still unimproved ranch on Rock Creek, below McCoy [1/4 mile south] in [May] 1891. The man to the right of Mr. Groh is unidentified but the man doing the driving is Sam Elliott." -- McCoy Memoirs p.121 [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.]