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Jim O'Brien (former owner and driver) standing in front of the Horse Car.
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The Englewood Merchant's Baseball team. 1. Jack, 2. Jack Gameway, 3. Roy Skinner, 4. Dave Cameron, 5. Carl Guthney, "Manager", 6. Davis, 7. Bill Barcus, 8. Milton Cottle, 9. Chet Maddox, 10. Al Hively, 11. Bob Neeley, 12. Bunny.
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The home of Mr. & Mrs. William Edom after the 1913 snowstorm. Shown in the photo is Mrs. Nell Johnson and her son Melvin.
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Englewood High School's championship baseball team. See back of original photo for names. (Glenn McKissick, Eric Bladholm, Walter Schmidt, Coach Al, Evan Roberts, Archie Thompson, Rut Seiver, Chuck Hively, Parker Watson, Clarence Fisk, Bob Taylor, Bill Graham)
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This is a view of the William Edom home at 2955 S. Lincoln after the snowstorm of 1913.
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The William Edom home after the snowstorm of 1913. (provided by June Hively, granddaughter of the Edoms)
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Ed Edom stands in the pathway they shoveled from William Edom's house to Broadway after the snowstorm of 1913.
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Armitage Hardware Company after 1913 snowstorm. The store was located on the east side of South Broadway.
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Al Hively was the Grand Marshal of the Golden Jubilee Parade in 1953.
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The view is to the North in the 2900 block of S. Broadway between Cornell and Bates. William Edom is in the front on the left. The photo shows the men trying to dig out the street car tracks after the snowstorm of 1913.
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Clearing the street car tracks on South Broadway after the 1913 snowstorm.
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Cherrelyn Horse Car, with passengers aboard, heads south uphill to Cherrelyn.
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The photo was taken from atop Bivens Hall looking to the Northwest towards Acoma after the snowstorm of 1913.
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William Edom and his grandson, Melvin Johnson at the Edom's backdoor after the 1913 snowstorm.