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c.1900: One Room School Building. Teacher is Miss Willits (now Mrs. Randall). She was the teacher about 1900. Students (38) are arranged on school steps in 4 tiers with the teacher seated in the middle of the top tier. Top row, from left: Jim Tague, Harvey Collins, Stewart Collins, Sue Bowland, Irene Willitts, Edna Collard, Artemis Dumant, Nell Walsh, Ollie Graham. Third row, from left: Blanche Gay, Elmer States, Alvin Mallory, Robert Collins,...
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Joanne Cermak, Eagle County historical Society volunteer, pses as a "schoolmarm" at the Bellyache School house. 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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Eagle County Historical Society volunteer and President, Kathy Heicher, stands in the refurbished Bellyache school. The school had deteriorated into a pile of logs when Jack Oleson decided to move the building back to its original location and reconstruct the building. 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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"Schoolmarms" (Eagle County Historical Society volunteers Kathy Heicher and Joanne Cermak) greet guests at the Bellyache school. 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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"The teacher and girl students of McCoy's first High School of 1925. They are [from left]: Dora Ault, Florence Panting, Ethel Brooks, Mary Quinlan (teacher), Emma Panting and Mabel Van Horn. The building was just a made over shed and supplied by Mr. Van Horn, who was living on the former Frank Groh ranch at that time. The school equipment would probably draw a laugh from one of today's teachers but the students who graduated are comparable to the...
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A photo postcard addressed to "Mittie Borah" from Fleda Biglow postmarked November 6, 1909. Fleda writes: "Dear Friend, I am sorry for not writing sooner but I haven't my hand & couldn't hold a pencil and received your cards well. Mittie I will close, Fleda Biglow". The photograph is a schoolhouse with a group of children and a teacher in front. A dog is also in the front yard. An "x" mark is above a young boy's head, but the photograph does not identify...