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The main shaft house at Gilman, midfield at left, with employee housing at right.
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Verso: "Don and Tom on Battle Mt. Highway 1930s" The highway was then unpaved and was the only route for workers going to the mine at Gilman.
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Office of the New Jersey Zinc Company at Gilman, Colorado.
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The Gore Range farthest away, Battle Mountain, Gilman and U.S. Highway 24 at midground. The photo was taken by Si Ostermeier from the top of Notch Mountain.
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Tom Knight, with Hound and pickup at Gilman, showing the depth of the snow.
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A view of the Eagle River Gorge, showing Belden at the bottom of the gorge and Gilman on the cliff above the gorge. The Belden tram is in the mid field of the photo. [One of a series of ten photographs included in postal mailer: Frashers Quality Photos, Ten Scenic Views souvenir from Canon City to Leadville, Colo. Frashers, Inc., Pomona, Calif. Required 2 cents postage.]
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Photo postcard of Gilman with Belden at the bottom of the Eagle River Canyon. Ore cars are lined up on the tracks and the surface tram is clearly visible. "Eagle River Canyon and Gilman from Battle Mt. Highway Sanborn W-1102"
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Aerial view of Gilman, Colorado. Town is visible in the left foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Photo postcard looking west on Main Street, Gilman.
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Agnes Duffy seated on a rock at Gilman.
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Front: "Eagle Bird Canon Prospecting for US 40;" verso: "Highway scene near Gilman, mid- winter"
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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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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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Caption by O.W. Randall: "You can see a piece of the road they built in the foreground. This was when they had taken their tents down." numbered on front; 284583; stamp on verso: 4400 The ranch was located between Cross Creek and Fall Creek on the south side of the Eagle River, southeast of Minturn. The CCC camp was called Camp Tigiwon. Earl Beck was hired by the Forest Service as a foreman for the Civilian Conservation Corps at Camp Tigiwon. His...
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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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View of Gilman, Colorado, from the highway in winter. Company housing is visible in the center of the photo. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Notch Mountain in the background, with Fall Creek flowing into the Eagle Canyon. Parts of Gilman can be seen in the immediate right foreground. Verso: "Notch Mt. from Gilman. Fall Creek and Eagle Canyon in foreground"
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Photographic postcard of the main street in Gilman. Two men are at left, in front of a storefront. A team of horses is tethered in front of a building at midfield.
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Verso: "Mom [Sophie Knight] and Clara Clark on Gilman dump" "I can't say Gilman was the cleanest town in the county. There was no county landfill or garbage trucks. The town of Gilman picked up the garbage and hauled it over to a dump site back of the carpenter shop that ran all the way from the top of the mountain down throught the side of the mountain clear to the river below. There was everything dumped over the side of the hill and down the slope....
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Photo postcard showing the "New Battle Mountain Highway," U.S. Hwy 24. The view is looking south, going from GIlman to Red Cliff.