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Albert Gates, brother of James P. Gates, and his family. Albert is at far left. Back row, from left: Amelia (Millie) Borwn Gates, Albert's wife; daughter Flora Gates. Front row, from left: son Artie Gates, Flora's daughter, and Anna Gates (daughter of Millie and Albert).
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Kay Carter and Ladonna Fair on a bike ride. Kay has a big basket on the front of her bike. The Chambers Ranch house is in the background, as well as Buster and another dog playing around too.
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Lola Nottingham, oldest daughter of Clyde Nottingham, seated on horse, Tony. They are standing next to the residence of Emmett Nottingham, Avon, Colorado. Lola is holding a uppu. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Verso: "Tom and Hound on rock at the head of Cross Creek about 1941"
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Fern Homan [Moore] and Kate Flynn, above Wolcott. There is a dog sitting behind Fern.
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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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Clyde Lloyd with dog standing at the Lloyd Ranch house, near Eagle. There is snow on the ground.
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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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Suzann Lewis with Wooley and Rags at the family ranch (now Castle Peak Ranch).
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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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Women posing with elk while standing near Ellis Bearden's truck. Elizabeth Bearden is petting a dog in the foreground.
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Jake Borah in camp, blowing a hunting horn while dogs bay around him. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Roland Bearden with dog, sitting among Aspen trees.
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Skiff's Ranch building (behind the Lutheran Church in Gypsum) right after it was finished (1900). A group of people including children and a dog are standing in front of the building. It was used as a hotel, drygoods store, and Oddfellows Hall over the years.
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Sisters Myret Beal (L) and Florence King, standing in front of the Red & White Foods store in Red Cliff, Colorado.
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Mrs. James T. Blake with her granddaughters (Della Altenreid's children) in Red Cliff. James Blake was the town Marshall in the 1920s until 1938, when they moved to Canon City. The Blakes lived at the end of Water St. Mrs. Blake was active in the Neighbors of Woodcraft.
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Whitey, the dog, in the snow in front of the Beck garage in Red Cliff, February 1969, obviously a good snow year. A Scout International is parked next to Whitey.
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A group of friends standing in front of a car at Walsh's garage in Red Cliff. From left: McDonald, Joe Fear, Mamie and Mickey Walsh. Severl children are seat on the car's top and a dog is at lower left.
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Bridge over the Eagle River on Eagle Street, in Red Cliff. Taken on June 8, 1959, the spring runoff is quite hight and debris is collecting on the bridge pier. A dog appears to have found something of interest.
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1910: Five people seated on step of the U.S. Post Office, Edwards, Colorado. Log building was situated on site now occupied by the Edwards I-70 off-ramp. Screen door and double-hung window visible. Two dogs in foreground. From left to right: Lucia Wellington, Esther Moore, Lydia Nelson, Nelse Nelson, Esther Wellington (Klatt). Esther Moore is wearing a bonnet, Nelse Nelson wearing overalls and hat, Esther Wellington wearing straw hat. [Title...