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Office of the New Jersey Zinc Company at Gilman, Colorado.
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Tom Knight, with Hound and pickup at Gilman, showing the depth of the snow.
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MacDonald Knight standing on trailer attached to his jeep. He's looking at lumber in front of an abandoned cabin at Holy Cross City. There are wildflowers in the foreground. "The one picture of Don Knight's jeep shows some boards. Buster [Beck] said there was two piles of boards on this side of Francy Pass. Why & from where he does not know. SInce they are on this side of Fancy Pass he is sure they did not come from the saw mill at Cross Creek."...
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Photo postcard looking west on Main Street, Gilman.
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Photo postcard looking up Broadway (the main street) in Eagle, Colorado, north toward Castle Peak in the backround. The Eagle theatre is on the far left.
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Gilman, Colorado, on Christmas morning 1938, taken from the Knight family's front door. Stacks of mine timbers are visible at right foreground and left midfield. Verso: "view from our front door on Xmas AM, Gilman 1938"
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The Albert Betz Ranch, Gore Valley, viewed from Gore Creek. Buildings in the background are Fleming's Saw Mill. This is current day Vail, Colorado. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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An automobile and a snow plow parked next to each other on Tennessee Pass. Several men are standing next to the automobile and it appears to be snowing. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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MacDonald Knight sitting on a parked car in the snow at Gilman. He's holding a camera and is underneath a sign for Coca-Cola. Front: "sitting on top a parked car" [Gilman]
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Entrance to the Carlton tunnel in 1932, in the snow. The Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel was built by the Busk Tunnel Railway Company for the Colorado Midland Railroad in 1891 as a replacement for the Hagerman Tunnel at a lower, more direct route. It connected Aspen and Leadville. The tunnel was abandoned following Colorado Midland's 1897 bankruptcy and was converted to one-way auto traffic in 1922 as the Carlton Tunnel, a toll tunnel carrying then-State Highway...
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"February, 1936. The Black Mountain Ranch when John Ambos and his mother were living there. It shows the 1925 burn on the northwest side of Black Mountain, caused by carelessness of sawmill operator Dick Webb whose mill was located at the foot of the mountain." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 244 An automobile at lower left is approaching the ranch; a horse harnessed to a sled is standing to the right of the automobile. [Title supplied from catalog prepared...
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A view of the Homestake Valley roads taken from Girard Creek.
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The Boyle Bros. diamond drill on Hole PR-3 in Upper Town, Fulford, Colorado.
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July 1956: The Mott Brothers core drill is on location in Upper Town, Fulford, Colorado. The view here is "about east".
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Perlita Knight [Gauthier] standing at the new Red Cliff bridge on Battle Mountain highway. The dedication was held at noon on Sunday, August 3, 1941. Governor Ralph L. Carr and other officials attended. The bridge and six miles of new highway built over Battle Mountain cost a total of $636,405. The bridge is 470 ft. long, 209 ft. high; the roadbed is 30 ft. wide and has two 18-inch curbs. It is listed on the Historic Bridge Inventory, Colorado Historical...
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Pedestrians gathered on the Red Cliff Bridge, Battle Mountain in the background, for the dedication and grand opening. The dedication was held at noon on Sunday, August 3, 1941. Governor Ralph L. Carr and other officials attended. The bridge and six miles of new highway built over Battle Mountain cost a total of $636,405. The bridge is 470 ft. long, 209 ft. high; the roadbed is 30 ft. wide and has two 18-inch curbs. It is listed on the Historic Bridge...
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Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Red Cliff. [aging Polaroid]
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Looking east toward Red Point at far right on the horizon, the fields show the great agricultural potential of the Eagle River Valley.
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Bobby & Mary Jo Trezise very happily pose for a picture in front of a car.
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Mary Jo Trezise very happily poses for a picture in front of a car.