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Charles William Bryant was married to Louise Brockie Bryant. The couple were the parents of Jennie May Bryant, who would marry into the Hart family in Colorado.
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No details or dates have been provided, although this appears to be a rodeo of some sort near the fairgrounds. Cars line the fenceline with people sitting on the front. An entrance/exit is visible on the left side of the photograph. A group of men on horses stand in the back of the circle.
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Unidentified lake. Eagle County, Colorado.
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Before Sylvan Lake became the state park we know it as today, it was a lake located on the William Johnson ranch. A barn and possibly the ranch home are pictured here.
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Louise Brockie married Charlies William Bryant. She was the mother of May Hart and grandmother to Helen Hart (Allen). This photograph is dated 1930.
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Portrait of Helen Hart Allen circa 1920.
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March of 1977.
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Jenny May Bryant married Benjamin Hart in 1897. The family lived in Red Cliff and mined in the area for many years.
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Portrait photograph of Louise Brockie Bryant dated 1876. Louise was born in 1852 in St. Louis, Missouri, making her approximately 24-25 years of age at the time of the photograph. She died on June 25, 1932 in Denver.
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Helen Hart (Allen) as an infant in May of 1902.
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Joseph Dewey "Joe Dick" Allen in his high school graduation picture, 1917.
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Shoshone railroad station near the west end of the Glenwood Canyon, pictured here in 1906. [copy]
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The Yost boys, George & Freddie, are pictured on a Yost family Christmas card. George was 2 years old at the time.
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The 1916 election was also a presidential one where we elected Woodrow Wilson. Here are the election results for all of Eagle County, including Ruedi, Wolcott, "Lakes", Red Cliff, Gypsum, Burns, Eagle, and others. The election also includes several towns that no longer exist: Gilman, Pando, Sheephorn, and Fulford. In Eagle County, Wilson was easily their president-elect.
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William Johnson and his son, Dorris, pictured in the family's Hupmobile. Photograph is dated 1913/1914.
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Neva Bersheny (Johnson) takes a horseback ride in the Flat Tops Wilderness area with her dog. A small lake or pond is visible in the background.
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A History of Eagle County is a compilation written by county school children and their teacher in scrapbook form. Each local community was given a section making eighteen sections total, covering Red Cliff to Basalt.
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Photograph taken by E.R. Lepley. Yeoman Park Ranger Station barn and a side view of the shed. Many of the structures at Yeoman Park were built as part of the CCC Program, or Civilian Conservation Corps, during the Great Depression.
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The opening of Buford Pass has many cars lined up for the drive. "Buford Pass" is now known Buford-New Castle Road, traveling 44 miles and connecting Buford (22 miles east of Meeker) to New Castle, Colorado through the Flat Tops Wilderness. It is seasonally open to cars. Other roads and trails intersect at various points.