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The relief map photo used to visualize possible road routes and ascents for Mount of the Holy Cross pilgrimages, without O.W. Randall's annotations. [photographed from a different angle than 2013.009.018-.019, showing the Sawatach Range at left, the Cross Creek drainage, the Holy Cross Ridge, and the Gore Range at far right. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 14 1928, 13" The location of the map in this photo is unknown....
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Aerial photograph taken by Mayo Lanning on February 3, 1998. Looking west down the Eagle River Valley, following I-70.
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View of Brush Creek looking toward the Eagle River Valley 1979
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The Roaring Fork Valley in the 1940's. Mount Sopris is in the background. The Roaring Fork River goes through Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield Counties.
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"Lower end of Sheephorn Creek 1915. -- verso caption [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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View of Brush Creek looking toward the Eagle River Valley 1979
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A view of the Homestake Valley roads taken from Girard Creek.
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The relief map used to visualize possible road routes and ascents for Mount of the Holy Cross pilgrimages. The notes in ink are in O. W. Randall's handwriting. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 14 1928" The location of the map in this photo is unknown. The Rev. John P. Carrigan, a Catholic priest from Glenwood Springs, is the reported inspiration for the Holy Cross pilgrimages. F. W. Bonfils, a Denver publisher, was...
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Caption by O. W. Randall: "Bishop Gulch where the proposed auto road would go." Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jun 5 1928" 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...
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The verso of the relief map photo used to visualize possible road routes and ascents for Mount of the Holy Cross pilgrimages. The notes in pencil are in O. W. Randall's handwriting. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 14 1928, 35" The location of the map in this photo is unknown. The Rev. John P. Carrigan, a Catholic priest from Glenwood Springs, is the reported inspiration for the Holy Cross pilgrimages. F. W. Bonfils,...
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The relief map photo used to visualize possible road routes and ascents for Mount of the Holy Cross pilgrimages, without O.W. Randall's annotations. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 14 1928, 35" The location of the map in this photo is unknown. The Rev. John P. Carrigan, a Catholic priest from Glenwood Springs, is the reported inspiration for the Holy Cross pilgrimages. F. W. Bonfils, a Denver publisher, was also...
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Some of the terrain on the hike to the top of Notch Mountain that instigated the call for a road. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jun 5 1928"
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View of the area around Brush Creek Ranger Station taken on May 10, 1939. Some snow still visible on peak. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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View through window of Harry and Teresa Lewis's house.