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Hobo Charlie sitting on the fence at the Kent station house, 1917.
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Kate and Dan Flynn, hoeing the garden at Kent. Inscription reads: "Long Ago."
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Standing in the door of the Wolcott section house. From left, Tom Gill, Jim Flynn, little Agnes, Cecil Playford and Margurite Terrell. A dog is watching at right.
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A bird's-eye view of Kent with a few buildings visible, hayfields in foreground.
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Jack Flynn and Bill McHatton fence-sitting at the Kent station house, 1917. Inscription reads: "College chums."
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Bill Flynn coming out of the old jail in Minturn, leaving two of his friends behind.
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Kate Flynn, Mrs. H. Whitney, George Whitney, and Burnidene O'Neal in Glenwood Springs, 1918 .
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Jim Flynn, Owen McCarthy and Kate Flynn hoeing the garden at Kent. Inscription reads: "Hard days work." The three pine trees are at right background.
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John Flynn standing next to the signal at Kent (near Wolcott). John was a railroad telegrapher and a veteran of World War I.
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The Great K & A Train Robbery was filmed in Glenwood Canyon in 1926. Tom Mix, the star, did his own stunts, including some on a moving train, that thrilled those watching. James J. Flynn was the fireman on the train in the film. He had a picture of Tom Mix with the train crew which he submitted to the Green Light, a magazine for Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad employees. The magazine no longer exists but this clipping of the article was...
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Ralph Sparks standing in front of the section house at Kent.
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Billy Flynn on his way to join the Army in 1918. Taken on the Iron Bridge.
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Jim Flynn leaning on a rake in a hayfield. Piles of hay behind him.
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Man holding a sign at the Kent section house, possibly on his way to enlist (World War I). The sign reads: "This much is solid: O. R. T. Divn 4" [Ordnance Removal Training]
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Jim Flynn and Charlie Crawford by the Glenwood Hot Springs pool on June 22, 1917.
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Railroad employees building a bridge. Railroad ties and building materials are visible in the foreground. The inscription reads: "Building Turkey Creek Bridge" which raises some questions about accuracy given that Turkey Creek is at Red Cliff and this photo is identified as Kent.
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Photo postcard of Taylor Agee taken in 1915, sent to Miss Katie Flynn, Wolcott, Colo., from Pueblo, Colo., June 25, 10 am, 1917. 1 cent postage stamp affixed and canceled. "Hey friend I will write you a few lines. Every body is OK from a friend Taylor"
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Train derailment with work train and crane in place.
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A group of potato pickers at Kent. Jim Flynn is third from the left, in front. Inscription reads: "Potatoe Pickers."
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Kate Flynn, Lucy Cooper, and Mary "Molly" Flynn standing at the Kent section house. Mary died February 10, 1914, from a sudden illness. Lucy [Lucille Theresa Cooper] married George Donald Collett. Their son, George Donald Collett, Jr., was born January 7, 1915.