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Gaylord A. Clark in 1931, approximately 27 years of age. The photo was submitted with applications for teaching positions. Mr. Clark taught elementary school in Burns (Derby Mesa School) and Minturn, in addition to being a rancher and mine worker at various points in time.
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1898: Frank Doll with horses brought from Ohio, standing in front of cabin at Dotsero. Frank and Lucy Doll with their children, Sam and Susan, spent the Fall and Winter of 1887 here. The one-room log cabin appears to be on a rock foundation with steps leading up to a small porch at the front door. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ed Erickson, left, and Henry Ulin in a wagon drawn by a team of horses. They are standing outside a farmhouse in Gypsum Creek. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The bridge over Brush Creek at Waldo's ranch
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Six people sitting on port of "Thirteen" house, Burns, Colorado. From left to right: Frank Benton, Marie Durbin Bainum (cousin to Grace), Grace Benton (Mrs. Frank), T. Harry Benton (son), unidentified man, Charles Mann. (The latter two men are from the Mann Livestock Commission Co.) [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Charley McCoy (Charles B., son of Charles H. McCoy) married Stella Hatch in 1900. Daughter Ethel was born in 1902 and daughter Mildred was born in 1913. "Charles B. stayed with ranching and was known as a progressive stockman of the area. He developed a fine ranch on Yarmony Creek, five miles east of McCoy." -- McCoy Memoirs p.107, photo on p. 105 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nogal, Eagle, Colorado, standing outside. Mr. Nogal has a hat in his right hand. They came to Eagle on March 23, 1885, from Cedarvale, Kansas. The photo was taken on their 50th wedding anniversary. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ellis Bearden with the catch of the day.
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Everett Howard holding the reins of Tom, the horse. Both are standing in a field. Some timber is visible behind Tom. Everett is wearing overalls and Tom wears a bridle. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ellis Bearden standing with woman and ox cart somewhere in rural France/Belgium .
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Darrell Barnes and Guy Barnes in the lettuce patch at the Castle homestead. The cabin is visible in the background. "Grass and sage brush were cleared from a large area not far from the cabin and the cleared land was planted to make a lettuce field. Barnes was able to sell the lettuce crop by hauling it to town in a wagon pulled by horses. The lettuce was loaded into a railroad car and shipped to market. It was packed in ice to keep it fresh and...
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"Centenarian Perry Ault at Kremmling on his 100th birthday, October 23, 1967." -- McCoy Memoirs p.161 Perry Ault is the author of From Oxen to Jet Planes, 1971. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Alec Macdonell, born in Beauly, Scotland, with one of his Scottish longhorned cattle. "Highland cattle or kyloe are an ancient Scottish breed of beef cattle with long horns and long wavy coats which are coloured black, brindled, red, yellow or dun. The breed developed in the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland. Breeding stock has been exported to the rest of the world, especially Australia and North America, since the early 20th Century....
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Ellis Bearden with Elton's 4-H Club calf. Photo taken Sept. 30, 1941.
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"Ray, Marty" [processing date Aug 65] Ray Miller holding Marty miller on a tractor, raking hay, on what is now Singletree.
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The interior of a blacksmith shop with two men working at center. "The photograph was taken in the late 1800s in my great-granddad's first homestead which is now known as Castle Peak Ranch. The ranch that the family currently owns north of the original homestead were homesteads of my grandfather Joh, my dad and his sister Beaulah." -- John Buchholz July 5, 2000
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Jesse Sherman standing chest-high in an oat field on the Sherman Brothers Ranch. "Mr. Sherman and his younger brother, George, owned and operated the Sherman Brothers Dairy and Feed Store in Leadville from 1890 to 1900. In 1901 they purchased the cattle ranch on the Eagle River four miles above Eagle, which was known for many years as the Sherman Brothers Ranch. They were outstanding pioneers in the successful development of potato and grain production...
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"A 1941 photo of Leon Kirby and his six sons, Kenneth, Howard, Harold, Ronald, Ferris and Keith." -- McCoy Memoirs p.187 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Threshing on the Wolverton ranch.
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Ellis Bearden next to his truck after elk hunting.