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Standing on a rock, Earl Stroud fishes on the Eagle River, near Avon Colorado. He is wearing knickers and hat, holding the fishing pole in his right hand. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Fishing at Lucky G.J. Ranch. Margaret Smith, Edith Eidem, and Delia Bridget O'Callaghan, three WW II ex-Wacs, bought the Ranch in February 1947 from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart. They operated the 300-acre ranch as a dude ranch. There was a thirty-two room ranch house that they cleaned up and then they added cabins and worked fields. Gene Godat worked as their hunting guide for tourists. Gene and Fawntella Godat owned the Hilltop Dude Ranch in Sweetwater...
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Trout and creel on the creekbank. Trout were caught by George Endicott and MacDonald Knight on Lake Creek. Verso: "43 trout caught by George Endicott and Don on Lake Creek in the 30's"
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Austin Offerson standing in front of bunkhouse with fishing pole, ready to go fishing. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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MacDonald Knight holding his fishing pole and his catch, standing with his right foot on the running board of an automobile. Caption: "D. & his fish"
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Man sitting in the grass against a concrete block building, smoking a pipe. Fishing rods are propped up against the building and a coat and tackle box are on the grass to one side. The man is dressed in a vest, slacks and tie.
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Dessie Beck and two women, holding a line of fish they'd caught.
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Fanny M. and Eben P.Young, parents of Eben Young, Jr., in their first home in Gold Park, where they were early settlers. Their home was the second cabin built there. On the wall are pictures, skis and a fishing pole.
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John Mueller, Angela Beck and Buster Beck fishing at the Homestake reservoir on August 2, 2004.
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Alex 'Mac' Macdonell, around 1-2 years old, stands holding a fishing pole that is a bit too big for him.
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Duane Larsen holds his fishing pole and a fish. There is a fence and a chicken in the background.
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Duane Larsen poses with the day's catch. He is holding a fishing pole and there are several fish laid on a board in front of him.
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Hans Larsen poses with the day's catch. He is holding a fishing rod in one hand and there are several fish laid on a board in front of him.
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“Dismant Brothers were miners. Robert or Voss helped open the Iron Mask- the big mine in Gilman.” The Dismant family and Robert Vossburg sit on a rock holding their fishing poles. The faint numbers on the photo correspond to these names, from left to right: 1) John Merritt “Merritt” Dismant 2) John Dismant (son of John Merritt) 3) Merritt V. Dismant (son of John Merritt) 4) Robert Vosburg “Voss”, John Merritt’s brother.
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Marker for Forrest D. Newkirk 1877--1960, in Fairview Cemetery. There is a mountain scene engraved on the stone with pinetrees, a fishing rod and a dog.
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"Woods Lake" (caption from photo album) From left to right: Jane Bemis, Melissa Larsen, ___, Hans Larsen, and Duane Larsen. The group poses for a picture with what may be a picnic between them. Hans and Duane are holding fishing poles and there are many trees in the background.