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Tom (seated on porch) and Ella Lewis with John, Harry and Imogene in front; in back are Herman and Mrs. Kluge. Kluge was a partner with Thomas E. Lewis in the Lewis & Kluge mercantile at Eagle. Together with Mr. Lewis and Robert McHatton, Kluge also owned the Gypsum Mercantile Co. store at Gypsum. Lewis bought out Kluge's interest in the Eagle store.
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Mrs. Harris, at left, standing in the yard in Eagle. Daughter Jennie Horner is next to her. The the end is daughter Mrs. Ginther with the Ginther children in front of her.
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Charley McCoy (Charles B., son of Charles H. McCoy) married Stella Hatch in 1900. Daughter Ethel was born in 1902 and daughter Mildred was born in 1913. "Charles B. stayed with ranching and was known as a progressive stockman of the area. He developed a fine ranch on Yarmony Creek, five miles east of McCoy." -- McCoy Memoirs p.107, photo on p. 105 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Anghern Family at their ranch on Sheephorn Creek in 1914, Helen Anghern, Bill Traber, Ida Anghern, Billy Anghern . [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Neff and Rogers families, standing in the front yard. From left to right: Mr. Marcus Neff, Mrs. Neff (Annabelle Crawford), Lizzy (Elizabeth) Neff Rogers, Lizzy's sister, Pauline Rogers Roberts; Bob Rogers (married to Lizzy) is kneeling in front (Inscribed May 1954 on back but Mr. Neff died in 1944; most likely an error.) "Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Lizzy) Rogers and daughter, Pauline, lived in town. Bob Rogers built the log cabin they lived in (Sandra Rose...
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Wedding photo of Ralph and Stella Allaria Marfitano, May 24, 1919, in Ouray, Colorado. "...they had four children, Joy, Roy , and lost the other two. Son, Louie, died as an infant (buried at Ouray) and daughter, Esther died at birth (buried at Red Cliff). Ralph started working for the D&RG Railroad in 1919 on the section gang in Ouray/Ridgeway (7 years) before relocatiing to be the section foreman in Red Cliff from 1926 until 1944 when he was transferred...
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Mac Macdonell at a family reunion in Marg and Joe Morris' backyard in Glenwood Springs. George Macdonell's second wife's son-in-law, Stu, is in the background
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A grouping of the Gates women during the summer. Back row, from left: Clark Gates' wife, Grace; Walter Gates' wife, Grace; Mary Middle row: Ruth, Nona, Eva and Martha Front row: Berta, Marie and Edith
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From left, Clark and Walter Gates going on a camping and hunting trip. Clark is "probably scanning the countryside for elk." -- The Gates Genealogy
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From left, Clark Gates, Bert Gates (standing) and cousin Walter Gates cooking during a hunting trip. Pork and Beans were definitely on the menu.
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"A 1941 photo of Leon Kirby and his six sons, Kenneth, Howard, Harold, Ronald, Ferris and Keith." -- McCoy Memoirs p.187 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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From back left, MacDonald Knight, Perlita Knight, Tom and Sophie Knight. In front are Betty Jo Knight Schmidt and Glenn Schmidt. Verso: "Minturn 1944 by M&R Café, Don, Perlita, Mom, Tom, Me and Glen BJS" [June 1984 copy]
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[Information taken from "The Margaret A. Downing Branch of the Lauffer Family," prepared by Blanche Tracy Kyes in June 1989, and provided by John Flynn.] Ma: Margaret A. Lauffer, married on Sept. 20, 1872, to James Madison Downing in Guthrie County, Iowa. Pa: James "Jim" Madison Downing, born in Cedar County, Iowa, and died March 21, 1937, in Marble, Colorado. "Jim Downing, considered to be one of the 'most fearless' bear hunters in the Rockies."...
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Brothers-in-law, Frank Kolenc (stooping at top of group) and Joe Fear (married to Johanna Kolenc Fear) with cousins. From left, Joe is holding Patricia Kolenc and Angela Fear (Beck) is holding Mary Margaret Kolenc. They are in a front yard in front of a car parked on the street.
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Tolbey family photo taken in Phoenix, Arizona, in the 1930s. L to R: Lucille Tolbey, Joy Knapp, Chester Tolbey, Mary Rodgers, Jean Hart, Luella Tolbey. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ida Herwick and her children, Thanksgiving 1894, at church services in Wolcott. Back row, L to R: Paul, age 10; Frederick, age 13; WIlliam C., age 15 Front, L to R: Tina, age 3; Ida, Age 33; Mary, age 18 mos.; Oren age 5; Birdellah, age 17; Guy, age 6 "For several months she had been putting a little money away for a special occasion, and she intended that having a family portrait done would be it. Of all the things she could think of, having...
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17) Cousins
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From left, Clark Gates, Bert Gates (seated) and cousin Walter Gates in the yard.
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"At Craig, Colo. in 1960. Billy [William Woodruff] Booco, 92, and his three sons, Jack, Gordon and Gern." -- McCoy Memoirs p.184 "The Booco family certainly was a pioneer family of Colorado; they settled on the Western Slope in 1878. ... The family settled on the Eagle River and a small town sprang up around them which residents were soon calling Booco, the name later changed to Minturn. Boocos sold their holdings in 1887 to the Rio Grande Railroad...
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Studio portrait of the Edward Schlaepfer family. The parents are seated with the youngest children on the parents' laps and the two older children flanking the scene. Imprint on bottom right corner: "Schedin." (l. to r.): Olga, Conrad, Mrs. Emma Louise, Louise, Edward Sr., Edward Jr. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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From left to right: family dog, Bill Kavanaugh, John Kavanaugh, Hilma Kavanaugh holding baby Mary. The family is standing in the yard next to the Kavanaugh home in Minturn, Colorado, August 1936.