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The family of William R. Flynn, seated on the steps of the Kent section house. Mr. Flynn, a railroad timekeeper for the D&RGW, died in 1905. This photo taken in 1907 shows Catherine Carey Flynn, William's widow, seated in the doorway. From left, below her, are Nora and William Jr. "Bill," In the front row, from left, are Kate, Jim and Mary "Mollie." The other boys are Dan, John "Jack" and an extra, unidentified male. "Catherine and William...
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Friends at Kent, 1917. Kneeling from left: Jim Day and Jim Flynn; standing from left, Charles Crawford and John "Jack" Flynn. The section house is behind them. Inscription: "Some Style."
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Studio portrait of John Joseph "Jack" Flynn. "John Joseph Flynn, 71 of Glenwood Springs died at the Veterans Hospital in Grand Junction June 8. He was born Dec. 23, 1897 at Spruce Creek near Glenwood, and as a young man lived in the Eagle area. He married Adelia Thorndale at Leadville, Oct. 25, 1930. Mr. Flynn was a retired railroad telegrapher and a veteran of World War I. He is survived by his wife; a son, John Joseph, Jr. of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; a...
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The cement bridge at Wolcott in 1917. The bridge was built in 1916 as part of State Highway 131. The Pueblo Bridge Company constructed several Luten arch bridges in Eagle County: Sherwood Ranch 1912, Gypsum 1914, and Wolcott 1916. [Spanning Generations: the Historic Bridges of Colorado, 2004 p.37]
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Tom Gill and Kate Flynn on the ferris wheel in Glenwood Springs, Strawberry Day 1917.
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Fence sitting in Glenwood Springs. From left, Red Moscon, Ted Moore and Beno Moscon. [Moscon also spelled Mossicon in several captions]
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The section house for the D.&.R.G. at Kent, Colorado, seen through the trees.
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A group of Flynns and friends attending Strawberry Day in 1917. Inscription reads: "A Happy Crowd." Standing, 3rd from left: Esther Batey Standing, 4th from left: Roy McDougall Standing, 5th from right: Kate Flynn Seated, far right: Jim Flynn
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Location of the section house at Kent. The four pines on the hillside opposite continue to be a marker for the Kent location.
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91) Kent
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A vew looking down on Kent and the railroad tracks through it. The Eagle River is in the foreground.
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92) Jimmies
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Jim Day and Jim Flynn, standing on a bridge with fishing equipment and two dogs. Inscription reads: "Jimmies."
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Kate Flynn tying up H. Peterson on the railroad tracks at Kent. Inscription reads, "Naughty Children."
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Laundry tent at the surveyors' camp at Wolcott. From left, Jim Flynn and Hughie. Inscription reads: "Polo"
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Jim and Dan Flynn at Kent.
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Head-on collision at Allenton during the winter of 1921 [possibly 1920]. This view shows the locomotives after some of the debris and snow have been removed.
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From left, Jim Flynn and his wife, Frances Tracy Flynn, Dan Flynn and Jay McDougall, posed in front of a poster with Santa warning about tuberculosis.
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Kate Flynn in traveling clothes near Wolcott in 1917. Inscription reads: "On my way."
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Train derailment at the west switch at Kent. "Jim Flynn's train, no one got hurt."
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From left, Kate, Jim and Molly [Mary] Flynn [not well-focused]. Molly died in 1914.