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View of Brush Creek looking toward the Eagle River Valley 1979
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"7246. Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Colo." Winter scene with frozen waterfalls. Verso: "Hanging Lake. Hanging Lake is ten miles East of Glenwood Springs. The lake itself is an emerald sheet of water at the head of a series of terraces, its outer edge projecting somewhat over the wall below, the whole forming a combination of scenic beauty which is absolutely unique."
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Isabel McCaulay Nesthouse sitting on a boat at a lake. Isabel taught in Aspen and Eagle. The photo was printed October 22, 1940
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Shrine Pass in the snow taken on Christmas 1986.
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Marker for: "Loving mother and aunt, Verna A. Johannbroer, Nov. 17, 1909--Sept. 15, 1998," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pine trees is engraved on the marker.
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Looking into Beaver Creek Valley behind the Offerson house (the original Townsend Ranch property). Wood pile visible on the left side of dirt road. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Shared marker for: "Settlemeyer, Charlie V. "Pappy," Jan. 26, 1912--Dec. 25, 1999, Father, Grandfather and Friend; Sibyl D. "Mamasibyl," May 2, 1919--July 23, 1990, Mother, Grandmother and Friend," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, elk and deer is engraved on the marker.
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Verso: "D-158. Mining Town in the Rockies. Perched on the side of Battle Mountain above the deep and narrow Eagle River Canyon, the modern mining community of Gilman is a picturesque sight along U.S. 24 between Leadville and Minturn, Colorado."
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Looking up West Brush Creek at the Sawatch Range south of Eagle, Colorado. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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View of Black Mountain taken from Volcano Ridge, Routt County. "A distant view of the Black Mountain and ranch as it was in 1920. It also shows about a mile of the railroad track between Crater and Rock Creek." --McCoy Memoirs p.244 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Caption by O.W. Randall: "8. Before Holy Cross, looking at complete circle of Rainbow Circle Falls, Rev. Edmonds & family." Rev. Edmonds and his family pointing at a rainbow.
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"The Black Mountain Lodge and two of the four guest cabins. Bud Kier did most of the carpenter work on the buildings and during that time, he and his wife Loi lived on the ranch." -- McCoy Memoirs, p.250 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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94) Vail
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Aerial view of Vail, Colorado, including ski slopes. Verso: "Vail Village about 1985-1990. In 1948 we walked up the mt. and skied down."--Mayo Lanning Caption: Vail Mountain, the largest ski mountain in North America, seen from the air. 213 - Photo by Peter Runyon, Peter Runyon Postcards Inc., Box 1441 Vail, Colorado 81658.
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Logging camp up Wearyman Creek.
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Shared marker for: "Theisen, Martin, 1862--1936; Mary, 1862-- ," in the McCoy Cemetery. Flowers are engraved at the top corners of the marker.
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This plaque is at the Mount of the Holy Cross Overlook, also known as Julia's Deck, on the Shrine Pass Trail. Shrine Pass Road [FSR 709], a maintained dirt road, connects Vail and Red Cliff The first section is Psalm 104:24 and the prayer following is unattributed. Interestingly enough, these same quotations are on plaques at the Grand Canyon and the Bronte Waterfall (England). O Lord, How manifold are Thy works! In wisdom hast Thou made them...
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View of D. & R. G. Railway tracks, looking up the Eagle River. Lover's Leap on left side of bridge; top of depot visible in background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Gold Park and Holy Cross City were the major mining camps in the Holy Cross Mining District. Man with shovel at center foreground. "Apparently, there were two mills at Holy Cross City. The first, located just below the town, on the west side of the road, was called simply the Holy Cross Mill. It was owned by the Gold Park Mining and Milling Co. which also maintained a similar installation down below. ... Both mills were connected by a direct 2...
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Truck convoy negotiating the Old Battle Mountain Road. The original rock supported roadway is clearly visible [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]