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The Eagle County Historical Society Museum sporting a new "Open" sign constructed by Bob Walker. The verso of the sign says "Shut." The photo was taken in June 1994.
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The foundation for the Information Center at Chambers Park about ready for the restored farm house.
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"Bert Wolverton and Art Koonce were partners in this ranch located immediately north of Eagle in the vicinity of what is now the Interstate 70 interchange. The ranch was eventually sold to Ross Chambers. This view is looking east with Red Point in the background. The barn in the photograph has since been moved to Chambers Park in Eagle, where it serves as the Eagle County Historical Society Museum. The interstate highway now runs through what would...
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The Mayne farm house being moved from the Eagle County Fairgrounds to its final location at Chambers Park to become the Information Center.
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Red Cliff reunion July 1977. Ernie Dump Dumph facing the camera in the Red Cliff Museum (formerly the Red Cliff school). Three women standing behind Ernie are looking at a photo display.
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The Chambers barn at right and the foundation for the Information Center in Chambers Park, on the banks of the Eagle River, in October/November 1988. The Chambers horse barn was originally located at the site of the present I-70 interchange on the Chambers Ranch. It was moved to temporary storage in 1981, while the Eagle County Historical Society raised funds for a foundation to be built. It was seated on the foundation in 1984 and opened to the...
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Town of Eagle workers grading the area next to the barn in preparation for the relocation of Bob Mayne's donated farm house, which serves as the Information Center in Chambers Park.
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Eagle County Historical Society volunteers, Marion Laughlin (left) and Earlene Bronn, stand by the historic Diamond S barn, which contains Jack Oleson's private museum. A tour of the ranch was conducted by the Eagle County Historical Society and the Diamond S Ranch on October 5, 2013.
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Second floor of the historic Diamond S barn, which contains Jack Oleson's private museum. This barn shows up in photos of the ranch that date back to 1911-1912. A tour of the ranch was conducted by the Eagle County Historical Society and the Diamond S Ranch on October 5, 2013.
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Pearl Henderson standing on the railroad bridge in Red Cliff, Colorado, August 1974. Pearl was instrumental in starting the Red Cliff Museum and was an active participant in historic preservation.
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Pearl Henderson, one of those responsible for the development of the Red Cliff Museum. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Bob Trezise cleaning the wall in the Red Cliff Museum, June 24, 2014. Due to a roof leak, the wall was stained and some damage was done to hanging artifacts.
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Town of Eagle workers grading the area next to the barn in preparation for the relocation of Bob Mayne's donated farm house, which serves as the Information Center in Chambers Park.
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A detailed map of Chambers Park located at the Chambers Park Visitor Information Center.
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The Chambers barn and the foundation for the Information Center in Chambers Park, on the banks of the Eagle River, in October/November 1988. The Chambers horse barn was originally located at the site of the present I-70 interchange on the Chambers Ranch. It was moved to temporary storage in 1981, while the Eagle County Historical Society raised funds for a foundation to be built. It was seated on the foundation in 1984 and opened to the public as...
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The Eagle County Historical Museum at its present location at Chambers Park in Eagle, Colorado. The Chambers horse barn was originally located at the site of the present I-70 interchange on the Chambers Ranch. It was moved to temporary storage in 1981, while the Eagle County Historical Society raised funds for a foundation to be built. It was seated on the foundation in 1984 and opened to the public as a local history museum in 1991. The historic...