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Long-time friends meeting at Buster and Angela Beck's place in Red Cliff, May 26, 2008. From left: Angela Beck, Alex Baldo, Buster Beck, Mary Baldo, and Quinn Beck.
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Front view of the Fleming Lumber & Merc. Co., Red Cliff, CO, showing front door and boardwalk. Date in lower right corner: 1/7/1926. R. E. "Eddie" Tippett on left in doorway; Malcolm McLeod on right in doorway. John Fleming on Tippett's right. The children are Blanche, Bernice and Richard Tippett. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Betty Taylor Beck and Angela Beck (holding baby Aurora Beck) at hunting camp on Homesatke Rd., October 18, 2008. Betty was the daughter of Jeff and Eddie Taylor. They owned Jeff's Place in Minturn. Betty married Jack Beck and had three children, Bruce, Ronnie and Marylin.
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Formal portrait of Lydia Berkley Tague (Mrs. Patrick Tague), first woman judge in Colorado. Mrs. Tague served 1911-1924. She is wearing a dark dress with pearl necklace and cameo brooch. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Warren's last lumber mill up Wearyman Creek on Flemings' patent (timber claim).
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Studio portrait of Ivan Lon "Ike" Dump in U.S. Army uniform, WW II.
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Lawrence Fear in military uniform.
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Studio portrait photograph of Jennie Eve Clark, wearing long gloves and scarf. She was principal of the Red Cliff schools in 1890. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Wedding photo of Ralph and Stella Allaria Marfitano, May 24, 1919, in Ouray, Colorado. "...they had four children, Joy, Roy , and lost the other two. Son, Louie, died as an infant (buried at Ouray) and daughter, Esther died at birth (buried at Red Cliff). Ralph started working for the D&RG Railroad in 1919 on the section gang in Ouray/Ridgeway (7 years) before relocatiing to be the section foreman in Red Cliff from 1926 until 1944 when he was transferred...
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Studio portrait of Ellinora "Ellie" Williams Beck. She graduated from Red Cliff Union High School and married Theodore Beck at the Presbyterian Church in Red Cliff. Ellinora's mother, Martha Williams, was postmaster in Red Cliff. Ellie served on the hospital board in Grants, New Mexico, and taught in the literacy program at the women's prison there. She passed away in 2007.
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Graduation photo of Buster Beck, Red Cliff Union High School, 1943.
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Two women flanking a man at a dining table covered by a white table cloth. The face of the woman on the right is double exposed.
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A camping trip with buckboard and tent. Dessie is in white at the right; Earl is fence sitting at far left. Another couple is with them and there's a buckboard in the center of the scene.
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Sue Bowland and Ollie Graham in a studio setting, wearing blouses with high necks and lace collars. Inscription on back: "Pardew"
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Town of Red Cliff, Colorado, looking west toward Battle Mountain. Eagle River, bridge and main road passing through town are visible. Photograph is hand-colored. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Brothers-in-law, Frank Kolenc (stooping at top of group) and Joe Fear (married to Johanna Kolenc Fear) with cousins. From left, Joe is holding Patricia Kolenc and Angela Fear (Beck) is holding Mary Margaret Kolenc. They are in a front yard in front of a car parked on the street.
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Clarence V. Dump, in naval uniform (U.S. Navy Seabees, South Pacific, WWII).
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Campsite with tent at far right, clothes drying on bushes, and dog keeping guard.
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Three hunters posed with rifles next to their kill in the snow.
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The Burbank home in Red Cliff completely engulfed in flames. The fire took place during the evening of March 2, 1964. The building was a total loss and the occupants were left with the clothes on their back and a very few personal belongings.