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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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Fred Dice going through the serving line at a neighborhood potluck in 1944 on Brush Creek. Joe Dice is to the immediate left of Fred.
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Kate Flynn, Mrs. H. Whitney, George Whitney, and Burnidene O'Neal in Glenwood Springs, 1918 .
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Labeled September 10, 1916. "The Pershing Fair and Rodeo held on Conger Mesa in the fall of 1916 and 1917 was intended to be an annual event until World War One interrupted the plan, so it was only held those two years. The building on the right is a part of the Conger Mesa school barn which was built from logs taken from the old Conger Cabin." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 221 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]...
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Neff and Rogers families, standing in the front yard. From left to right: Mr. Marcus Neff, Mrs. Neff (Annabelle Crawford), Lizzy (Elizabeth) Neff Rogers, Lizzy's sister, Pauline Rogers Roberts; Bob Rogers (married to Lizzy) is kneeling in front (Inscribed May 1954 on back but Mr. Neff died in 1944; most likely an error.) "Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Lizzy) Rogers and daughter, Pauline, lived in town. Bob Rogers built the log cabin they lived in (Sandra Rose...
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Howard Wolf standing on a sidewalk in Glenwood Springs, 1918.
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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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Bob McDougall and Buster Beck camping at a lake in the Gold Park area.
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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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Frank Maloit retirement party from New Jersey Zinc Co. Frank is in the center wearing a boutonniere. "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maloit were guests of honor at a cocktail-dinner party in Gilman Saturday, when 115 guests--employees of the New Jersey Zinc Company and other friends gathered to extend their best wishes to the Maloits who are leaving Gilman Nov. 20 to make their home in Grand Junction." -- Leadville Herald Nov. [?] 1958. [Title supplied from...
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Jim Flynn and Charlie Crawford by the Glenwood Hot Springs pool on June 22, 1917.
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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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Maloit Park showing the playground area in the back left. The park is east of Minturn on Highway 24 approximately two miles. The New Jersey Zinc Co. recreation grounds were renamed Maloit Park in November of 1958. The park was dedicated on July 4th, 1959, becoming a public facility. Frank Maloit retired in the spring of 1959 after being affiliated with the Company at Gilman since 1922.
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Barbecue at Kiahtipes Ranch on Gore Creek [Vail]. From L to R: unidentified girl; Pete Katsos in front; unidentified man behind Pete; Ted Katsos; unidentified boy; Gus Kiahtipes; Frank Haas. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Pioneer Day at McCoy, Colorado, August 18, 1969." -- McCoy Memoirs p.333 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Mae Abrams (Fleming) on the left.
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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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Tom Lewis examining hats with an unidentified gentleman,
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"Conger Mesa, 1916. Mrs. Mary Ebert, Lulu Lowe (a school teacher), Mary Schmoeger and son Charles of Denver, and August Ebert (in white hat)." -- McCoy Memoirs, p. 258 Photo taken by Ferdinand Ambos. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Merry-go-round in Glenwood Springs. A man is holding a girl on a horse on the inside track. Possibly a Strawberry Day event.