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Studio portrait of Ivan Lon "Ike" Dump in U.S. Army uniform, WW II.
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"Dock Roberson" in Army uniform, standing on a rock in the Eagle River at Minturn.
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Billy Flynn on his way to join the Army in 1918. Taken on the Iron Bridge.
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Photo of the Camp Hale sign, "U.S. Army Camp Hale, The highest Army post in the United States." Verso inscription reads: "July 1955 Henderson"
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Fishing at Lucky G.J. Ranch. Margaret Smith, Edith Eidem, and Delia Bridget O'Callaghan, three WW II ex-Wacs, bought the Ranch in February 1947 from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart. They operated the 300-acre ranch as a dude ranch. There was a thirty-two room ranch house that they cleaned up and then they added cabins and worked fields. Gene Godat worked as their hunting guide for tourists. Gene and Fawntella Godat owned the Hilltop Dude Ranch in Sweetwater...
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View of Camp buildings in foreground with rows and rows of barracks in background. Snow covering ground and buildings. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ed Bratton, on the right, with an unidentified friend, standing in front of barracks, 1917-1919. "They went into the Army from Eagle County. The Bratton Family lived at Taponas in Routt County, but Ed and Frank Bratton were working in Eagle County when they enlisted. As a result, they were not listed in the published book of Routt County WWI veterans." [According to Gertrude Bratton Wilson]
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View of the barracks at Camp Hale and parked vehicles, covered with snow. Serviceman standing at left foreground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The main ranch house at the Lucky GJ Ranch. Margaret Smith, Edith Eidem, and Delia Bridget O'Callaghan, three WW II ex-Wacs, bought the Ranch in February 1947 from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart. They operated the 300-acre ranch as a dude ranch. There was a thirty-two room ranch house that they cleaned up and then they added cabins and worked fields. Gene Godat worked as their hunting guide for tourists. Gene and Fawntella Godat owned the Hilltop...
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Gene Slaughter and John Norton in summer uniforms holding a pennant for Ambulance Company No. 26, Ft. Clark, Texas. There are buildings in the background.
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An officer and his wife standing in front of barracks at Camp Hale. There is snow on the ground and the woman is wearing boots and a fur coat. Trucks and barracks are in the background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Military marker for: "Clarence H. Kirby, SSGT US Army, World War II, Dec. 21, 1919--Aug. 1, 1982," in the McCoy Cemetery. A cross is embossed at the bottom center of the marker.
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Soldiers gathered in front of barracks at Camp Hale. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Camp Hale barracks in winter taken from vantage point of plowed road above the scene. Pedestrian walking along unplowed street at right midground. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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John Norton and Gene Slaughter posing next to a wagon. They were at Fort Worth, Texas, training as soldiers in preparation for World War I.
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The ski tow building at Camp Hale with circular tow mechanism clearly visible. Patchy snow on the ground [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Bill McHatton, in uniform, at Glenwood Springs in 1918. He was on furlough.
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Gene Slaughter and Homer [--] holding a Red Cross flag. Ambulance wagons are parked behind them.
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View of ski slope at Cooper Hill with rope tow. Troops in foreground standing with skis and poles carried. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Ski troops training near Camp Hale wearing packs. Six troopers in foreground with view of pines and mountains in background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]