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Floyd Beck in hat and bow-tie standing in a yard in Monarch, Colorado.
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Joe Chambers (standing, left), Clarence Fair (in stovepipe hat), and another man stand together outside the Methodist Church in Gypsum, Colorado, before a church play.
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14 men posed inside, each wearing a hat (derby, top hat, plantation, cowboy, etc.). First row: Quirk, John, Jim Second row: Methany, Duncan, Marquous (sp.?) Third row: Wiseman, Jack Stremme, Chris Christensen, Ben Hadley, Ike (blacksmith), Dirty (F?), Hank, (?), MacDonald [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Chet (Chester) Mayer pictured on a John Deere tractor at the United Methodist Church in Eagle, Colorado. He's wearing a hat and gloves and his tractor appears to be hitched to something.
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"Alma Kemp Gray & Husband" (caption from photo) Alma & her husband ride in a carriage on a dirt road along a field.
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Loyd Gerard stands in front of a truck. There is packed snow on the ground and a shed or barn in the background on the right. The truck looks new and has a bed for hauling (possibly for W.H. Staup).
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"Eagle Ball Team 1928" [Description from photograph verso] Back row, left to right with position played: G. Whittaker (CF), R. Switzler (RF), B Hitt (1B), R. Hotten (SS). Front row, left to right with position played: A. Clark (Coach & Manager), S. Saltzgaver (P), F. West (3B), J. LeDonne (C), B. Subry (P), C Lloyd. {See Related Files; this file is in EVLD holdings; some changes have been noted between the two photographs.]
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From left to right: Jack Gilmore, Annabelle, & Ronnie Gilmore.
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From left to right: Evelyn Gilmore, Jack GIlmore, and Annabelle. Annabelle was the daughter of Lucy Agee.
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Keith Gerard walks along the road in Eagle County. There are several buildings in the background and part of a fenceline to the right.
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Portrait of Loyd Gerard, World War I. He is in full uniform with a curtain in the background.
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"Uncle Ed Figgins & Velma" (caption from photo) Three men and a young girl (Velma) stand in a field. There is a building directly behind them.
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"M. Trezise, Bob Trezise" (caption from photo). There is a dog in the foreground seeking attention from Bob; both the men are wearing hats.
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Walter Randall and George Figgins stand togther in similar dress, hats, work floves, and strained expression. There are a fence, a trough(?), buildings, and mountains in the background.
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"Ray, Mabel, & baby" (caption from photo)
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Hans, (?), and Duane Larsen stand in the field.
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A man sits and waves down the camera. There is a car and house directly behind him and he has 3-4 paper bags on the ground that appear to have items in them.
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Frank Figgins, with the pipe in his mouth, stands with another man in Breckenridge. Frank is holding a bucket and wearing a work jumpsuit and hat. The unidentified man is wearing a suit, and leaning against a beam. There is various equipment in the building and around the men including two wheels and a bucket. Frank & Birdie Figgins ranched in the Sweetwater Valley before Frank took work in Breckenridge at a gold mine as the Dredge Master. The couple...
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Francis Lufkin poses with twins; their names are unknown, but their mother was Lola Figgins, daughter of Frank & Birdie Figgins.
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Claude Clayton Carr sits in a wicker rocking chair on a porch. He is holding a black hat in his right hand and there is a doorway directly behind him.