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The main shaft house at Gilman, midfield at left, with employee housing at right.
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Unidentified man standing at the top of French Creek Falls.
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With Battle Mountain in the background, the shaft house of the main entrance to the Gilman mine on Highway 24 is at midground. The waste dump from the mine is below the shaft house with the Rock Creek settlement to the left of the dump. [picture cut from magazine]
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Panoramic photograph of early Gypsum, Colorado. The photograph is dated "about 1902".
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A panorama of hay fields near Eagle, Colorado. The large, two story building in the right midground is Eagle High School, completed in 1917. This is actually four photographs laid together in succession to create one long photograph.
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View west of Lower Fulford from Windy Point.
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"Hill ranch on Lake Creek" - caption from Edwards School Scrapbook, page 14. The scrapbook was completed as a youth citizens' league project between 1954-1955. The foreground appears to be a hay or alfalfa field with several piles cut and piled in rows (one is in clear view in the bottom right corner). There is a building or home at center left; another home can be seen (colored white) beyond the first building as well.
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Duane and Hester Larsen stand on a porch. Hester is wearing a long coat with a fur trim; Duane is wearing a newsboy cap and buttondown jacket. There is a house with a window in the background with trees and mountains.
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Duane Larsen stands on a porch dressed in a wide brim hat, chaps, and bandana. There is a house and trees in the background.
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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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The home of Duane and Velma Larsen. Duane & Velma lived and worked on the Larsen ranch on Brush Creek with Duane's parents, Hans & Hester Larsen.
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"Mansion in Redstone" Photo taken on Senior Sneak Day on May 7, 1929. The castle, originally called Clevholm Manor and known as "Ruby of the Rockies", was built in 1897 by a wealthy coal baron, John Cleveland Osgood. The lavish castle was once visited by guests such as John Rockefeller, Teddy Roosevelt,and J.P. Morgan in its heyday. Osgood created the town of Redstone for the benefit of his miners and their families with his castle as the centerpiece....
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"Larsen ranch from mesa" (caption from photo verso)
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The "X" marks Emma Damon. She is standing with her children, names unknown. Houses can be seen in the background on the far right.
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"Mother, Daisy, and Virginia Green" (Caption from photo album) Hester Larsen holds Daisy the horse with Virginia Green is in the saddle. There is a fenceline behind them with a house and trees in the background. Virginia is holding onto rope and the saddle horn.
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Evelyn and Grace Edge (left to right) sit on a fenceline along the road. There is a house in the background to the left of Evelyn.
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Students at Brush Creek School celebrate their last day with a picnic in 1940.
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Larsen ranch home in winter.
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Duane Larsen, a toddler in this photo, leans down to pet the dog. The Larsen home on Brush Creek and a fence are in the background. To the right of Duane is a large metal pipe.
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Home on Brush Creek. There is a person to the left of the house and other assorted tools and items. Mountains are in the background and many large trees surround the house.