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Building construction at the Methodist Church in Eagle, Colorado. A woman and three younger boys have shown up to assist, as well as a small black dog (standing in the wooden frame ready for concrete). They appear to be laying out a new sidewalk or walkway and are almost ready to pour concrete.
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The Conger Mesa Ditch crew, lined up and ready for work in 1922. They are standing in front of their horses holding shovels; a dog is at far right. From Left: Ed Schrupp, Martin Theisen, Warren Henry, Martin Schomers, Joe Tuyls.
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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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"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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Duane Larsen, Skipper the dog, Mary Jo Trezise, and Bobby Trezise on a front porch.
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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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Left to right, Milt Claycomb & Hans Larsen stand with an elk between them. Hans is holding a gun in one hand and a big smile. There is also a dog in the foreground with a shed/barn in the background.
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Duane Larsen gets help from Skipper the dog in shoveling deep snow. The caption says this photo was taken during the Spring of 1949.
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From left to right: Mary Jo, (?), Hans Larsen, & Bobby Trezise. The group stands with a deer hanging and the dog Skipper. Hans and Mary Jo each have a hand on an antler.
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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.