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Standing in the door of the Wolcott section house. From left, Tom Gill, Jim Flynn, little Agnes, Cecil Playford and Margurite Terrell. A dog is watching at right.
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Homan [probably Fletcher Bliss Homan] smoking a cigar at Kent.
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"Fletcher & Joe" standing on the train tracks at Wolcott.
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Al Waters and "Henery" standing at the Wolcott station. Bench in foreground.
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A group standing at a station, possibly Wolcott. From left, Fletcher [J. Homan], Dorthy Gilroy, Kate Flynn, Homan (Fletcher B.) and Hughie.
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Fletcher Bliss Homan standing at the Wolcott station where he was station agent
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Charlie Riggers, Taylor Agee and an unidentified man at Wolcott.
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The local D.&R.G. train, stopped at Wolcott. Posed by the engine, from left: John Anderson, Henery Fremier and Bill Flynn.
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Construction crew working with narrow gauge track on a bridge built for standard gauge track.
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Bert Johnson, on left, and George Da Lee, in uniform, at the Wolcott depot, 1919.
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Laundry tent at the surveyors' camp at Wolcott. From left, Jim Flynn and Hughie. Inscription reads: "Polo"
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Dock [Fletcher Bliss] Homan at the Wolcot depot. Western Union sign in the background; dog at left background. Homan was the D. & R.G. agent at Wolcott. Eagle Valley Enterprise Jan. 10, 1910 p.8: "F. B. Homan the D.&R.G. agent at Wolcott, has been a victim of the influenza the past week, but is getting along nicely toward recovery now."
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From left, "T. Breen, McCarthy, Joe, Mr. Sullivan" posing in front of the Wolcott depot. Western Union sign at right. Inscription reads: "On their way to Allenton."
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A group standing at a station, possibly Wolcott. From left, Hughie, Kate Flynn, and Fern [Homan Moore], daughter of F.B. Homan.
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Fletcher [J. Homan] and Kate Flynn at Wolcott, standing on risers near the tracks.
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Ben Gaze pretending to threaten Dave Harper with an tie tool at the Wolcott station. Dave is taking the threat in stride.
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Doing laundry at the surveyors' camp at Wolcott. From right, Jim Flynn, Hughie and Fletcher (the two at left are unidentified). Inscription reads: "Fun"
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Train derailment at Wolcott. Crews are working on removing debris.
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Mary Elizabeth, Tom and Kate Gill in about 1923. Kate Flynn married Tom Gill in 1921. Tom was working for the Building and Bridge Department of the D&RG based in Wolcott. Their first child, Mary Elizabeth Gill, was born in 1921 in Glenwood Springs. In 1923, the family moved to Los Angeles. -- Jack Hughes
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Kate Flynn, Fletcher B. Homan and Thomas at the Wolcott station. Fletcher B. Homan was the Denver and Rio Grande agent at Wolcott. [submitted by John J. Flynn, Jr.]