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The Hart mining camp, "Poverty Flats," located on Battle Mountain east of Gilman and just below Bell's Camp. Harry Nottingham was orn in Belles Camp in 1890. There are varous buildings and outbuildings with a group of people gathered together at right midground. It may be a celebration of some sort. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Studio portrait of Benjamin A. Hart, father of Helen Hart Allen. "His work was centered around some of the most famous gold producers on Battle Mountain--the Champion, Ground Hog, Mable, Percy Chester and Tram Lode groups. For years the Hart properties were the heaviest producers of ore in the district, and the recovery of gold and silver from these properties under Mr. Hart's management over the years ran into six figures." -- EVE Nov. 6, 1931...
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March of 1977.
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Helen Hart [Allen} standing on a porch at McCoy, Colorado. Helen, from Red Cliff, taught school at McCoy for one term. She married Joseph D. Allen in 1922. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Hart family seated at Avon Depot: Bobby and Dad, Kelly, in back; Roger, mother Ann (sister of Mrs. Claude Robertson0, and Jean Hart in front. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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L to R Standing: Kelly Hart, John Rodgers, Jean Hart, Bertha Robertson L to R Seated: Bill Robertson (back), Doris Robertson, Mary Rodgers, Mrs. Novelle (Ted) Tolbey (nee Rodgers), Grace Marie Rodgers, Annie Hart, Roger Hart [may not be correct in that the second seated girl from the left is probably Mabelle Robertson] [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Marker for Benjamin A. Hart, 1873--1931, Greenwood Cemetery. Obituary gives dates as 1872--1931 [Eagle Valley Enterprise, Nov. 6, 1931 p.1]. Flowers are engraved on the upper corners of the marker.
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This is a second marker for James T. (J.T.) Hart, Greenwood Cemetery. The marker reads: "James T. Hart, Co. B 9 IA. INF," (Company B 9th Iowa Infantry)."
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Marker for Richard B. Hart, 1899--1921, Greenwood Cemetery. Flowers are engraved on the upper corners of the marker.
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Bowman Funeral Chapel metal marker for J.T. Hart, 1840--1903, Greenwood Cemetery.
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Bowman Funeral Chapel metal marker for Susan E. Hart, 1848--1905, Greenwood Cemetery.
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1923: Eagle High School class of 1923 arranged in tiers in front of the school (thirty students, one teacher). Sign on building wall (left in the photo): "State of Colorado standard school approved class." At top: Mr. Jerrell Students (all left to right) Top row: Lewis Cowden, Chas. Byers, Rolland Randall. 2d row: Ruby Ping, Vinta Byers, Marjorie Jerrell. ________, Alice Hart, Mary Baker, Florence Alvord, Imogene Lewis, Barcus Butler. 3rd...
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Picnic below Round Hill (Holden Hill), aspen trees in background. Adults standing: Claude Robertson, Ed Rodgers, Bill Hart, Mamie Rodgers, Bertha Robertson, Teddy Tolbey, Annie Hart Seated: Mabelle Robertson, Bobby Hart Children in front: Roger Hart (baby), Grace Rodgers, Jean Hart [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Hart mining Camp, "Poverty Flats," east of Gilman, Colorado, and just below Bell's Camp on Battle Mountain. A group of adults appear to be playing tennis while children in the background are swinging. Two children are sitting on a pony at far right. At far left, people are seated under a shelter. Buildings are visible in the background. From left to right: Ben Hart, 2. Jodi Beverly, 3. Albert Kuhn, 4. Mary McCormick, 5. not known, 6. Susan...