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The Howard house at Bachelor Gulch, ladder to sleeping loft in place. Mildred and Everett Howard are standing on the porch with another teacher, unidentified. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Side view of the teacherage next to the Derby Mesa Schoolhouse, 1980. The then owner was using it as a tool shed.
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The students of Brush Creek School lined up at the side of the building with their teacher, Edna Pearch at far left. From left: No.1 Bill Long; 3 Mayme Long; 7 Roy Long; 8 Ed Long Mayme Long married Alvin Rule. Roy Long married Frances Rule. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"The Conger Mesa School of 1917 was a new frame building located about a half mile north east of the Conger cabin. Some of the earlier settlers of McCoy had never expected this to come about, after their predictions that the Conger Mesa Ditch would go broke and leave. In this school group are, in the back row, Earl Abbett, Martha White (the teacher), Ruth Henry, Katherine Ebert, Florence Henry and Lillian Johannbroer. In front, Roger Butler, Frank...
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Miss Margaret Donegan, primary department, Basalt, Colorado, School District No. Jt.1. She is on a swing with students watching behind her.
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"Yarmony Creek School, 1909. Ethel McCoy, Lucille Kibbler, Frank Groh and the teacher." -- McCoy Memoirs p.213 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"Antelope School pupils and teacher in 1921. Those mounted on horses are, from left to right: Harold Horn, Myrtle and Harry Panting, Emma and Ruth Panting, Jack Booco, Leonard Horn, Gern Booco, Florence Panting. Standing on the ground: Emma Maxwell, Dora Ault, Olive Ault, Ethel Ault, the teacher Maude Stratton Smith, her son, Morrison Smith, Tillie Maxwell and Edwin Harris. Directly in front: Harry, Ruth, Mabel and Jim Panting." -- McCoy Memoirs...
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Helen Herres Doll in her wedding dress. She married Frank [Hiram Frank] Doll on June 29, 1920. Helen Doll had a teaching degree from the University of Denver and was a member of Pi Beta Phi Honorary Society at D.U. She and Frank had two sons, Frank Austin Doll and Morton Doll.
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Rob and Tillie Phillips, dressed up and standing outside. Tillie Phillips taught at Derby Mesa School until it closed.
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Helen Hart [Allen} standing on a porch at McCoy, Colorado. Helen, from Red Cliff, taught school at McCoy for one term. She married Joseph D. Allen in 1922. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Lux Aquilae was the official yearbook of Eagle High School in Eagle, Colorado. The literal translation from Latin means “light eagle”. Each yearbook contains photographs of students, teachers, administrators, sports teams, clubs, activities, and the school and town itself.
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1936: Four children and female teacher standing on the steps of log schoolhouse: Teacher Martha Gates; children Rose Marie Bailey, "Billy" Wurtsmith, Alzora and John Benton. School built by James P. Gates. Photo taken in 1936. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Lois Anderson holding flowers in front of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Anderson was a schoolteacher in Eagle.
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Studio portrait of Elizabeth C. Diamond [Bearden], wearing a knit dress and pearls. "She was the daughter of Thomas and Catherine Diamond, born September 3, 1898, in Leadville. She was educated at St. Mary's School in Leadville and attended Western State College in Gunnison. Following competion of her formal education, Miss Diamond entered the teaching profession. ... It was while she was teaching in the Squaw Creek school that she met and married...
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School Days 1945-46, photo of teacher, Sophie Hamrick Knight. ”She taught my daughter, Patricia, in kindergarten, Red Cliff. (First year we had kindergarten here.)”--Angela Beck ”Mrs. Knight began her teaching during a teacher shortage in World War II era. She went back to college and received her degree at Western State, then returned to Eagle County to teach. She has taught in the Minturn area for 16 years. Mrs. Knight plans to spend the...
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Mrs. Gould's class at the Canyon School in Upper Gypsum School District No. 5.
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Elizabeth Spencer and her husband, with Buddy Spencer at leaft and Martha Fox Spencer at right. Mrs. Spencer taught the upper grades at Burns School District #9 in 1954-55. Her husband drove the school bus. They adopted the Fox girls.
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Photograph of a studio portrait of Ollie Graham. She was a music teacher in Red Cliff, was superintendent of schools, and later married Oscar Myer. Mr. Meyer was shot by Sherbondy in 1935. Bill Luby was the judge in that case. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Gaylord Clark in a school year photograph from 1962-63. He returned to his teaching career after ranching and working at the Gilman Mine.
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A teacher and her students at the Upper Brush Creek School, School District No. 10.