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Clarence Dubach's westernmost barn in Triangle Park, looking NW from the access road. Core from drilling was stored here. Photo taken September 1965.
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Albert Smith feeding cattle near Wayne Creek corrals. Snow is on the ground. Aspens and fence are visible in the background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Marker for: "Charlie Forster, Sept. 29, 1910--Oct. 27, 1976," in the McCoy Cemetery. A meadow scene with horse and rider, steer, river, trees and mountain is engraved on the marker.
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This photograph is featured on a page with others under the title "Fine Peaceful Pasture" in the Edwards School Scrapbook, page 15. The scrapbook was completed as a youth citizens' league project between 1954-1955. A cow with a bridle can be seen grazing between the aspens. The photograph is damaged and cracked, an example of how detrimental heavyweight paper can be to aging photographs.
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"Bud & Betsy" (caption from photo album) "Bud" is Duane Larsen kneels down with a calf named Betsy. Duane is wearing a cowboy hat and there is a fenceline in the background.
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Marker for: "Charlie Forster, Sept. 29, 1910--Oct. 27, 1976," in the McCoy Cemetery. A meadow scene with horse and rider, steer, river, trees and mountain is engraved on the marker.
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Three men drive cattle down a dirt road. On the far right is Keith Gerard with a stray calf in front of him.
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Jack Oleson harvested this unique cedar trunk, then "planted" it at a complex of restored homesteads on the Diamond S Ranch. The Ranch owners named the comlex "Charlottetown, in honor of Oleson's late wife, Charlotte Nottingham Oleson. A tour of the ranch was conducted by the Eagle County Historical Society and the Diamond S Ranch on October 5, 2013.