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Returning to Gilman for a tour on July 26, 1997. The entrance to the Garnett family's basement,
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Tom (seated on porch) and Ella Lewis with John, Harry and Imogene in front; in back are Herman and Mrs. Kluge. Kluge was a partner with Thomas E. Lewis in the Lewis & Kluge mercantile at Eagle. Together with Mr. Lewis and Robert McHatton, Kluge also owned the Gypsum Mercantile Co. store at Gypsum. Lewis bought out Kluge's interest in the Eagle store.
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"Five o'clock at Gilman, Colorado." The company town of New Jersey Zinc in the afternoon sunlight. The main shaft entrance, the first building upon entering the town, is at the center of the photo; stacked mine timbers are directly to the right of the main shaft.
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Red Canyon Ranch house in Edwards built in 1924.
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Mrs. Harris, at left, standing in the yard in Eagle. Daughter Jennie Horner is next to her. The the end is daughter Mrs. Ginther with the Ginther children in front of her.
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Albert Gates [born 1844], older brother of James P. Gates, standing with his daughter Anna [born 1882]. "He had the urge to move west and liked the sound of sunny California. He settled there around 1890." -- The Gates Genealogy.
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"This house, located on the south side of the Colorado River is presently the property of a Denver attorney, John Comer. It was build by Earl Brooks about 1920 and considered one of the better homes of the McCoy area. The Brooks family lived in it for seventeen years before moving to California." -- McCoy Memoirs p.152 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The main shaft house at Gilman, midfield at left, with employee housing at right.
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Orndoff house, built in 1919 at McCoy.
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"The Horn ranch house on Rock Creek, two and one half miles above McCoy, as it was in 1917. Homesteaders Alvin Hart and Rooks built the cabin with the fireplace, the rest was added on by the Horns. The low building on the right was the kitchen, the two story addition had two bedrooms upstairs and the ground floor was the living room, the fireplace room served as a bunkhouse for ranch hands. Shortly after Arthur Horn's death, Mrs. Horn had that...
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Neff and Rogers families, standing in the front yard. From left to right: Mr. Marcus Neff, Mrs. Neff (Annabelle Crawford), Lizzy (Elizabeth) Neff Rogers, Lizzy's sister, Pauline Rogers Roberts; Bob Rogers (married to Lizzy) is kneeling in front (Inscribed May 1954 on back but Mr. Neff died in 1944; most likely an error.) "Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Lizzy) Rogers and daughter, Pauline, lived in town. Bob Rogers built the log cabin they lived in (Sandra Rose...
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Mother of Joseph Dewey Allen, 1881-1961.
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Bill Kavanaugh and Bob Crane, his nephew, in front of the Kavanaugh home in Minturn, Colorado.
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Legal Description: Block 03 Lots 13-14; Property Code 18; Original observation date 06-Oct-05. Southeast corner of Third and Church Streets. Use History from 2005 to 2005: Residence.
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Jane Darrow standing in a tree-lined street, with a house in the background.
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16) Gilman
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Looking down on Gilman housing; main shaft is left of center in the photo. Stacks of mine timbers are to the right of the shaft. A small section of U.S. Highway 24 can be seen at the upper left.
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Two men standing at the roofline of a house buried in snow, Gilman, Colorado.
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Wiltshire (Eaton) place, with the house built by Anthony Smith (confirmed as his residence by Marie Mayne). House is in midground with barn and outbuildings in the left background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The home place at the Benton Ranch, built in 1914.
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The Howard Van Horn house, log construction, in McCoy, Colorado. There is a rocking chair on the front porch, a screen door, and a second story entrance accessible by stairs. "Howard and Mattie Van Horn and daughters came from Edwards about 1917 looking for a location. They bought part of the former Groh ranch from Hollis Brooks. This property adjoined the old D.O. Bailey place on the south, about 30 acres were under cultivation under a ditch but...