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"Top of the Piney Range, November 10, 1915." -- caption [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Classic view of the Mt. of the Holy Cross, taken by S. L. Ostermeier from the shelter house on Notch Mountain.
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A bird's-eye view of Kent with a few buildings visible, hayfields in foreground.
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"View of Upper Sheephorn Country. Nov. 10, 1915. Looking east. Eagles Nest in background." -- verso [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Pack animals loaded with supplies or possibly ore on Missouri Pass. The rider may be Pete Mann.
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The main shaft house at Gilman, midfield at left, with employee housing at right.
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Looking across the valley in the Edwards area before Berry Creek development . View is from the Berry Creek hillside on the north side of former highway 6 & 24 towards current location of Arrowhead Golf Course. Bellyache Mountain in background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Looking down on Black Mountain Ranch from Sawmill Mountain. The sawmill was located at the foot of the mountain and Dick Webb was the sawmill operator. Photo taken January 1936. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"One of the numerous falls below Hanging Lake, Glenwood Springs, Colo., on D. & R.G.R.R." " Hanging Lake is located in Glenwood Canyon, about 7 miles (11 km) east of Glenwood Springs, Colorado and is a very popular tourist destination. The lake is reached via a trailhead located along the Glenwood Canyon Bike and Pedestrian Path that runs along the north side of I-70 in the bottom of the canyon. The trail follows Dead Horse Creek, a tributary of...
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View of Rock Creek Canyon showing the Moffatt railroad grade at upper right. "This two and one half miles of railroad track with tunnels No. 45, 46, 47, 48 and the big bridge across the creek was considered the costliest piece of grade on the railroad. A high bridge across the canyon in the foreground could have eliminated all this costly construction and maintenance and such a bridge was contemplated, but steel for the structure was unobtainable...
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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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Log community house at Camp Tigiwon near Mt. of the Holy Cross. On verso of photo: 2330.4; E.H.M. 1900, Sept. 2, 1958"
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3010. Mount of the Holy Cross, Colo. Addressed to Clarence Braukman, 1589 Steele, St., City [Denver]; From Mrs. Worthington. Canceled Denver, Colo. Sep 28, 1909 6PM.
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Mount of the Holy Cross and Notch Mountain from top of Battle Mountain. Trees and cleared space in foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Verso: "Mom [Sophie Knight] above Lost Lakes on Homestake Peak in 1931 or 32. Dog's name is Pal"
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Office of the New Jersey Zinc Company at Gilman, Colorado.
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Photo labeled 283449; verso stamp 4400 Forest road through stands of trees. Automobile tire at far right. In 1927, Dr. Randall led Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls up Notch Mountain to see the cross, a trip considered to be the first "pilgrimage." In 1928, another pilgrimage took place and in 1929, President Hoover established the Mount of the Holy Cross Monument. "All these pilgrimages continued to demonstrate the need for a better approach by road...
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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.