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Caption by O. W. Randall: "Falls on Gore Creek." Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jun 5 1928"
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John Gabelman is loaded up for a climb up Craig Park to perform triangulation.
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Airplane, trucks and cars close to the fire line during 1944 forest fire northeast of Eagle, Colorado. View taken from across a field. Men standing around the airplane are barely visible.
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Olive Gabelman at the Polar Star Mine dump in Fulford Mining District outside Eagle. View is towards the south. Photo is dated July 1948.
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Airplane at the scene of the forest fire northeast of Eagle, Colorado, 1944. Man holding struts on right side of airplane. Automobiles in left background, belonging to fire crew and watchers. Smoke evident. [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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47) Tigiwon
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Riders gathering at Tigiwon on their way to Notch Mountain. "Tigiwan Path" at top of photo. Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jul 10 1928"
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The cabins of Forest Cave, right, and Charles "Heimie" Hemberger, left, at Fulford, Colorado. Cave served as Eagle County Treasurer from 1937-1963. Heimie would serve as Clerk and Recorder for one year before a successful run to the Colorado State House of Representatives (1926-1930). Hemberger acquired many properties at Fulford by paying the back taxes on them.
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Caption by O. W. Randall: "Bishop Gulch where the proposed auto road would go." Stamped on back: "Quality BB Print guaranteed not to fade Jun 5 1928" In 1927, Dr. Randall led Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls up Notch Mountain to see the cross, a trip considered to be the first "pilgrimage." In 1928, another pilgrimage took place and in 1929, President Hoover established the Mount of the Holy Cross Monument. "All these pilgrimages continued to demonstrate...
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Campfires, tents, campers and horses at Tigiwon. [The number 25 is written on the upper left margin of the photo.]
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July 1956: The Mott Brothers core drill is on location in Upper Town, Fulford, Colorado. The view here is "about east".
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View east along road in "Upper Town" of Fulford, Colorado toward cabin with large ridgepole. "Cabin with pool table on right" (John Gabelman)
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Looking down a tree-lined sidewalk, Broadway Street. Two houses visible on the left with walkways going up to the front porches. Photo labeled: "Homes on Broadway, Eagle, Colorado," with "Ping" in lower right hand corner. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Photo postcard of Ella Rose Berger Lewis standing next to a tree in a yard.
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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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Man with burro wearing man's hat at the Lloyd cabins at Lake Charles.
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"July 1950 Cliffs above Eagle Colo." Probably Red Point.
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October 1956: Clarence Dubach shows off his buck head in front of the New Cabin in Triangle Park, Fulford, Colorado.
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1940: Stump of a tree near Squaw Creek; said to have been burned by Indians. Winter view with snow on ground, scrub brush surrounding stump. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Taken on 10/14/1968 Imogene Dice (left) and Florence Robertson (right) at her ranch near the mouth of Salt Creek in Brush Creek Valley. Imogene lived in a bungalow there.