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Eagle High School Faculty in 1929. From left to right: Miss Graves, Miss Tauenner, and Mr. (?).
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Portrait of Jane Bemis in a fur shawl from Colorado Teachers' College.
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Portrait of Jane Bemis and Melissa Larsen at Colorado Teachers' College.
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Portrait of Melissa Larsen and Jane Bemis from Colorado Teachers' College.
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Portrait of Jane Bemis from Colorado Teachers' College.
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Students at Brush Creek School celebrate their last day with a picnic in 1940.
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Students of Brush Creek School pose with their giant snowman. Photo dated 1940s.
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"Pontius" (caption from photo album). Nell Pontius standing in snow with mountains, a ranch, and other homes and buildings in the background. On the left side in the background, there are other people running.
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Melissa Larsen sits on a brick wall at Colorado Teachers' College in Greeley, Colorado. She is holding a purse. The photograph has many pink and off-color smudges.
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Children and their teacher pose outside the Dotsero School in 1910. The school was part of School District No. 2 near the Eagle/Garfield County line. From left to right: Leone Yost, Doris Yost, Ora Carr, Elsie Yost, Violet Carr, Fannie Van Horn, Nannie Carr. Their teacher, Elizabeth (Bedell) Quinlan stands behind them.
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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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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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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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Yearbook photo of Mrs. Olive June, typing and Latin teacher, and student newspaper sponsor at Eagle County High School.
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Friends visiting Red Cliff on Decoration Day (May 30th) 1929. From left, Rosella Burbank, Isabel Macaulay (Nesthouse), and Elenor Daggett. Isabel Macaulay graduated from Eagle High School and Greeley Teachers' College. She taught school in Aspen and Eagle.
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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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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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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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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.