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Two young calves stand with a horse in a muddy pasture. There is a shed to the right in the background, along with fences, trees, and a mountain backdrop.
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From left to right: Jane Bemis, (?), Anna, Pearl Tuttle. The ladies pose together in their hats and coats, looking off into the distance (or perhaps just another camera).
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Three ducks on the pond.
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Hans Larsen, along with two other men and a dog, appear to be chopping a tree in the barnyard. There is a fence, trees, and numerous buildings also in the picture.
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Duane Larsen & Raymond Giles pose for a picture, looking up at the camera. Duane has his arm around Raymond. There are trees and a fenceline in the background.
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"Lucy Agee, April 17, 1960" (caption from photo) Lucy Agee stands with her hand on a tree branch in front of a house.
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Lucy Agee poses for a picture on the sidewalk in front of a large shrub. There is a white picket fence in the background and several houses. The date on the photograph says "Apr 1960".
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"Won by Duane Larsen at Legion, Vet" (caption from photo)
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Left to right, Milt Claycomb & Hans Larsen stand with an elk between them. Hans is holding a gun in one hand and a big smile. There is also a dog in the foreground with a shed/barn in the background.
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Mary & Alma Kemp riding horses.
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Louise and Henry stand on either side of their baby sister, Marilynne Mildred, in her carriage wagon. Marilynne is 4 months old. The photo caption says their mother is "Mrs. Guy Herwick". There is a scout tent and trees behind them.
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Pearl Tuttle, in a dress and hat, stands in front of a fence and building at the Larsen house.
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Girls pose in costumes, wands, and crowns. Pearl Tuttle is pictured far right; Bertha Perske(?) is pictured on the left(?). There is a large brick building in the background, as well as steps, flowers, and trees. Another woman is sitting in the far left of the photo.
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Lorraine (left) and Virginia (right) Essick pose together. There are bushes, trees, and houses in the background.
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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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Duane Larsen stands with Topsy the horse in a field.
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Teddy Boy the foal. There is a hay derrick in the background.
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Teddy Boy the foal has a bright white spot on his forehead. There is a fenceline and telephone line in the background.
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Melissa and Duane Larsen pose for pictures in the snow. Melissa appears to be standing on a cushion or rug and Duane is standing on a chair.
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"Mansion in Redstone" Photo taken on Senior Sneak Day on May 7, 1929. The castle, originally called Clevholm Manor and known as "Ruby of the Rockies", was built in 1897 by a wealthy coal baron, John Cleveland Osgood. The lavish castle was once visited by guests such as John Rockefeller, Teddy Roosevelt,and J.P. Morgan in its heyday. Osgood created the town of Redstone for the benefit of his miners and their families with his castle as the centerpiece....