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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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Verso: "Gold Park and our cabin and ore bin, Mom [Sophie Knight] and Don" [copy made in 1984]
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"Always referred to as the Harris house, it has had considerable face lifting since the large Harris family occupied it for twenty eight years or from 1917 to 1945. Quite a number of people lived here before and since the Harrises. Earlier residents were the Towers, Porters and Robinsons." -- McCoy Memoirs p.173 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Front: "timber yard 'Hound' on duty; verso: "Gilman on Little Chief Mine dump, Fraysur [Froysur, Frasier?] in picture
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Companion photo to 1992.004A.039, McCoy Memoirs, p.10 "McCoy hunters on Piney Creek in 1907 are Harry Groh, Fritz Arendt, and Emmett Quinlan." Ferdinand Ambos took the photo. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Photo postcard of the Maxwell place, taken by John Ambos. "Among the very early pioneers of the area were Elliott and Mary Maxwell who located on 160 acres of land at the confluence of the Grand River and Elk Creek, about four miles west of McCoy about 1896. The elevation there was about 6,500 feet, the lowest in the area where most vegetables and some varieties of hardy fruits could be grown." -- McCoy Memoirs p.155 [Title supplied from catalog...
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1880-1900: Brett's house porch showing two hand made doors. The right hand door is shut with the screen closed. The left hand door is open with the screen propped on the wall between the two doors. Two children are playing with two dogs in the sunshine on the porch. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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James P. Gates with dog.
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Evelyn Urdine Douthit sits with the dog, Spot, in the mail cart that her grandfather, George Washington Messermith, would use to pick up mail from the Gypsum Post Office. The photo was dated 1926.
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A group standing at the Shoshone Dam and Tunnel Project camp in Glenwood Canyon. The camp was located about 200 yards above the Shoshone Dam near Hanging Lake. There are men, women and dogs in the photo. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Heavy equipment on a slope of Battle Mountain during road construction (1939-1940). Man and dog are walking in right foreground; graders and tractors moving dirt. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Arthur and Nettie [Pross] Panting, shortly after they were married in 1906." -- McCoy Memoirs p.169 There is a dog in front of Mrs. Panting. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Bert Yandell and his dog, Pal, across the valley from Squaw Creek. Bert is carrying books and a lunch pail in his left arm. Ranch buildings are in the background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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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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"At the former Groh ranch on Rock Creek above McCoy in 1916 [photo dated 1917]. Here are: George Shepard, John Brooks [Jr.], Jessie [Brooks] Groh and Harry Groh. George, a faithful worker had been associated with the Brooks family for many years." -- McCoy Memoirs p.124 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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An automobile with a gentleman in the back seat and a dog in the front seat.
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Family grouping on house porch. Dogs visible in foreground. Back row: George Clyde Nottingham, Lola (his daughter), Bill Sweeney (son-in-law), Roland Nottingham, Grandma Hurd, Emmett Nottingham Middle row: Lou Nottingham Sweeney, Marie (Mrs. Harry) Nottingham, Frances (Mrs. Emmett) Nottingham, Myrtle (Mrs. Clyde) Nottingham, Harry Nottingham Front row: Leota (daughter of Clyde), Winifred, Claire, Willis, "Uncle Ed" Sweeney [Title supplied from...
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Indian leg wrestling in someone's yard, 1918. A dog is visible on the other side of the fence. "In Leg Wrestling two players lie flat on their backs side by side. They should be next to each other and touching but pointing in different directions – so the feet of one player are next to the head of the other and the players hips are touching. They then raise their adjacent legs straight up simultaneously three times. On the third raise players...
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George Macdonell holding duckling at left. Terryann Lewis, in back, patting the duckling. Suzann Lewis staring at the camera. Marg Macdonell, at right, holding a very interested General Douglas MacArthur.
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Ruby Dump (Crye), daughter of Blanche and Victor Dump, standing with Jack Mize and dog at the Dump family ranch, (Isabell Ranch) Pando, Colorado. Ranch buildings in the background. Victor Dump died in 1935 and the family stayed on the ranch for another year before moving to Red Cliff. Frank and Pauline Reynolds Byers took over the Pando ranch and lived there until the Army constructed Camp Hale on the site during WWII. Byers then moved to Dillon,...