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Jessie Fair, soon Chambers, stands to the right of the Chambers Ranch house. The Chambers Ranch once had a large dairy and delivered throughout the area. The house has a large front porch and is lined with trees in front. The Chambers Barn is now the Eagle County Historical Society Museum and once stood where the current Interstate 70 interchange is today.
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John Bunker, back to camera, is walking downhill from the weaning sheds toward Beaver Creek. Fleck Ditch flume and the old road up the east side of Beaver Creek is visible in the background. Inscription: "7/24/28" [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Jean and Alvin Kilgore's property on Brush Creek. Supplies ready to build a house are stacked in the center of the photo. Fence and gate entrance already constructed.
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C.1894: Sam (Sammy) Doll holding a newly planted tree (no leaves) with his right hand, left hand on hip, posing for the camera. He wears a small-brimmed hat, pulled down to his ears, wool coat and laced boots (which look too large for him). Sam was born in Osnaburg, Ohio, October 31, 1882; died in Gypsum, Colorado, 1899. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Tiny Carter holds onto a calf. Another cow is behind her along the fenceline on the right. There is a dirt track or road on the left side of the photograph.
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Mrs. Frank (Lucy) Doll, at the Doll Ranch, Gypsum Valley, ca. 1915. She is wearing a long shirtwaist dress and is watering young trees with a garden hose.
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Through the trees and snow, the Chambers Barn sits in the quiet of winter. The barn is now the Eagle County Historical Society museum and the ranch land pictured is likely to be where the current Interstate 70 interchange is located.
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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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This photograph is featured with a group under the heading "Fine Peaceful Pastures" in the Edwards School Scrapbook, page 15. The scrapbook was completed as a youth citizens' league project between 1954-1955.
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"Ranch and range on Gore Creek" - caption from Edwards School Scrapbook, page 5. The scrapbook was completed as a youth citizens' league project between 1954-1955.
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Keith Gerard stands with a pig in the pigpen. He is wearing tall boots and knee-high waders to get through the mud. A barn is on the right and ducks stand together by a fence in the background.
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Duane and Baby Bobby Trezise on a horse. There is farm equipment in the foreground and background; a large woodpile is also in the background.
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The home of Duane and Velma Larsen. Duane & Velma lived and worked on the Larsen ranch on Brush Creek with Duane's parents, Hans & Hester Larsen.
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"Won by Duane Larsen at Legion, Vet" (caption from photo)
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Dick & Queen, the Larsen horses, ready to pull a wagon. There are trees in the background and objects in the wagon.
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Brush Creek Annual Picnic at the Larsen's on the Sproule Ranch. Many children and adults are gathered in a field; there is a fence in the background with many trees.
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"Uncle James Damon and Ralph" (caption from top of photo) Uncle James would be Uncle to Melissa Larsen (Trezise). Ralph is the young boy leaning on him. They are in front of a porch and house, and another house along with a fenceline can be seen behind them.
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"Dick" the horse runs through a grassy field with trees and a fenceline in the background.
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Larsen Ranch on Brush Creek looking south.
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Duane Larsen, a toddler in this photo, leans down to pet the dog. The Larsen home on Brush Creek and a fence are in the background. To the right of Duane is a large metal pipe.