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"This photograph appeared on the inside cover of the 1928 Eagle High School yearbook [Lux Aquilae]. Although there was never a big population of bighorn sheep on Brush Creek, they were known to winter there. The animals could be found in the summer on New York Mountain, Fools Peak, at Nolan Lake and in the Metheney Park area. The sheep population declined in the mid-1950s due to poaching and disease." -- Kathy Heicher, Early Eagle p.121
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Three hunters posed with rifles next to their kill in the snow.
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Marker for: "Jose B. O. Martinez, A3C US Air Force, Korea, July 2, 1936--Sept. 25, 2010," in River View Cemetery. Engraved on the marker is Battle Mountain, the Red Cliff Bridge and a hunter.
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October 1956: John Gabelman poses with the day's kill: a large buck. He is in front of the Bent House in Triangle Park at Fulford, Colorado.
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October 1956: Clarence Dubach shows off his buck head in front of the New Cabin in Triangle Park, Fulford, Colorado.
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Hans and Duane Larsen stand with a coyote caught in a trap. Jack the dog is to the right of Hans and there are mountains and trees in the background.
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Louie Cukoo (left) and Ernie Nogal (right) pose with a 1916 Buick loaded with the day's hunt. Ernie is holding a gun, while Louie is holding a cigarette in his left hand. There is a fence and/or barn in the background. Photo taken in 1918 [description from photograph verso].
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Hans Larsen holds his gun and stands beside an elk on a tractor trailer. There is another barn and mountains in the background.
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Left to right, Milt Claycomb & Hans Larsen stand with an elk between them. Hans is holding a gun in one hand and a big smile. There is also a dog in the foreground with a shed/barn in the background.
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"Daddy and a Deer" (caption from photo album) Hans Larsen holds a deer and his gun with a pipe in his mouth. He is standing in a field with a wide brim hat and boots on; there is a fence and mountain scenery in the background.
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"Uncle Jake Borah's camp site in Colorado near Sweetwater Lake". Two tents are visible for the camp with several men and horses (plus one pack mule) surrounding the area. A spit in the center holds what appears to be a bear strung up by his feet with other small animals attached. A smattering of snow remains on the small ridge behind the camp. Jake Borah is possibly the second man from right in a wide-brim hat.
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Mr. Hollingsworth sits atop a large elk on a hunting trip. He has a long rifle across his lap and another holstered on his hip.