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Bill Flynn coming out of the old jail in Minturn, leaving two of his friends behind.
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Standing in front of the Wolcott School in 1918.
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Balancing on the fence posts at the Kent section house are, from left, Hazel Harris, with Dan Flynn in front of her, and Kate Flynn. Icicles are on the eaves and snow is on the ground.
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Nora Flynn standing in the yard at Kent in 1919. Nora Anna Flynn was the first recorded birth in the town of Eagle [March 7,1892]. She was 27 years old in this photo.
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Sisters Kate (at left) and Nora Flynn, standing at the front walk to the section house at Kent. Inscription reads: "Twins."
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The section house for the D.&.R.G. at Kent, Colorado, seen through the trees.
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"Kate Flynn Gill and Hazel Tracy Hawkins. Blanche [Tracy Kyes] said this picture was most likely taken at Paul and Hazel's house in Rifle. Paul was from Rifle and worked for the State Highway Department. Paul and Hazel met when Paul was working on the highway near Gypsum. Later Paul and Hazel moved to San Diego and Paul worked at Camp Pendleton. Kate and Hazel used to visit back and forth often. My Dad enjoyed the comics and from the picture...
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"Our Boys," in the Army, marching in a parage at Boulder, Colorado, 1918.
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Kate Flynn sitting on a pile of logs next to the Eagle River in Eagle.