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Mary Jo Trezise (Gerard) models a prize-winning 4H dress from the 1949 Eagle County Fair.
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Group photo at the Lea home in Gypsum, Colorado. From left to right: Urdine Bell Messersmith Lea, Evelyn Marguerite Lea, Evelyn Urdine, Evelyn Carol (daughter of Evelyn Urdine)
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Margaret Crawford posed standing for the camera in a leg-o-mutton shirtwaist with pleated sleeves and front. High collar.
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Studio setting photo of Thelma Urban as an infant in an elaborate dress. Double print, uncut. The child is wearing a baby ring on her left middle finger. Thelma Urban was the daughter of Adam and Hattie Urban. Mr. Urban, from Alsace-Lorraine, was in business in Gilman until a fire destroyed his business. He then moved to Red Cliff. Thelma married Glen Scott and lived in Grand Junction. [EVE Dec. 6, 1935 Urban obit.] Inscription on back: "Thelma...
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Four young girls dressed up for a special occasion. All wear hair bows. From left to right: Clare Nottingham Lundgren (formerly of Gypsum, now [2009] living in Grand Junction at the age of 95); Kathryn Redding; Maybelle Robertson; Winifred Nottingham. The tree-line in back of the girls is the Eagle River. The white spot just over Clare's head is the first Nottingham house in the Gore Valley and currently [2009] the location of Home Depot, Avon....
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Evelyn Marguerite Lea and her husband, Paul Hays Douthit. Evelyn was the granddaughter of William Henry Lea of Gypsum, Colorado.
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Thelma Urban as an infant in studio setting wearing a lacy dress. Insription on back: "Pardew"
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Lois Anderson holding flowers in front of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Anderson was a schoolteacher in Eagle.
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Barbara Gleason Pearch in formal attire.
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Grace McCain (Estella Grace McCain Stark), posing in front of a tree.
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Doris (future Mrs. W. R. Robertson) feeding orphaned deer just west of the old Emmett Nottingham house. Beaver Creek is to the left. Old barn in background in photograph 1986.001.153. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Items found in Howard/Offerson attic, displayed for accessioning. From back to front, left to right: Small American flag between two rolls of wall paper Umbrella, letter, dressmaker's form, Harper's Weekly Document Ladies' Home Journal, Eagle County Times, Ladies' Home Journal, photo of a young boy The Golden Eagle, penmanship book, The Household Used on p. 57 of Beaver Creek: the first one hundred years, by June Simonton. [Title supplied...
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Zella Lea Johnson with her husband, Charles James Lea. Charles was the brother of William Henry Lea.
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The family poses for a photograph together at the wedding of Ross Chambers and Jessie Fair in 1967. From left to right: Donald Chambers, Dale Hibbs (holding twin babies Kelly & Michael), Ross Chambers, Jessie Fair, Ladonna Fair-Waggoner, Carl Waggoner. The Waggoner children are in front: Michael Carl, Chrisi, and Susan.
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The Fair and Chambers children pile on top of the car. From left to right: Loren, Ladonna, Donald, Shirley, Donna Louise.
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Eva Minerva Gerard
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Ladonna Fair poses for a picture in front of the family car at the Chambers Ranch in Eagle.
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"Miss Daggett" outside the general store in Gypsum. O.W. Daggett and his wife, Harriet Patterson Daggett, had four daughters. This may be daughter Harriette as the other women married: Elizabeth P. Couey, Eleanor D. Nesbit, Emma Lou Palmer.
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Ladonna Fair, Dale Fair, and Ellen Rogers pose for a photograph in the front yard of a home, 1946.
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Ladonna is standing on the swing, looking casual with her hand in her pocket, while her stepsister Shirley is on the swing. The girls are in front a fence with a large field behind them.