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Winter scene in Gilman c1899. Sitting on telephone poles must have been a popular sport.
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Two men standing at the roofline of a house buried in snow, Gilman, Colorado.
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Engine No. 211 dead On Marshall Pass, February 21-24, 1899. Marshall Pass, elevation 10,842 ft., in between Salida and Gunnison, Colorado. This was part of Denver & Rio Grande's narrow gauge from Denver to Salt Lake City, 1881-1955.
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Snow drifts in Gilman, Colorado
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From left, Buddy and Kevin Doll at the Dotsero house,standing next to snow-covered station wagon in December 1954. The dome covered structed in the background is the ice house; the other structure is the spring house. They still reside on what is now the Stephens property.
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Gilman in the winter looking toward the main street, c1899. Note the snow depth on the house to the right.
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A street scene in Glenwood Springs taken on December 12, 1984, by Margie Gerbaz. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Looking toward Battle mountain from the Gilman area, c1899. Numerous snow drifts are across the road and a man is standing at mid-ground.
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Main Street in Gilman after a heavy snowfall. The license plate on the first car may read 1934. Storefronts show business names and products.
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Ramond M. "Hap" Fletcher plowing snow after a slide at Belden in the winter. Fletcher was a heavy equipment operator for the New Jersey Zinc Co. The vehicle was tracked for better performance in the heavy snow in the Eagle Canyon near Belden.
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A house buried in snow drifts at Gilman, Colorado.
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Snow drifts in Gilman, Colorado
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County road maintainer caught in trees above Homestake Creek on the Gold Park Road. Dempsey Perkins (county man in Red Cliff who plowed snow) and Buster Beck were plowing the Gold Park Road for the second day in the Winter of 1952. Something went wrong with the maintainer and it went off the road and over the hill with both men in it. The maintainer hung up on a tree and didn't drop into Homestake Creek. Both men made it out with minor injuries....
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County road maintainer caught in trees above Homestake Creek on the Gold Park Road. Dempsey Perkins (county man in Red Cliff who plowed snow) and Buster Beck were plowing the Gold Park Road for the second day in the Winter of 1952. Something went wrong with the maintainer and it went off the road and over the hill with both men in it. The maintainer hung up on a tree and didn't drop into Homestake Creek. Both men made it out with minor injuries....
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The Tobias and Marie Montoya house on Water St., Red Cliff, Colorado, in February 2008...a good snow year. Mr. Montoya worked for New Jersey Zinc Co. as a miner. Their son, Ramon, is the current mayor of Red Cliff [2010].
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Snow on the garage roof at 407 Water St., January 5, 2011, next to the Beck's residence.
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December 1951 snow at the Beck's house on Water Street in Red Cliff.
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Hans and Duane Larsen stand with a coyote caught in a trap. Jack the dog is to the right of Hans and there are mountains and trees in the background.
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Winter on Brush Creek, around 1928.
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"Ready for School" 1928. (caption from photo album) Melissa and Duane Larsen stand in the snow ready for school. Melissa is carrying books and they appear to be standing in a pathway. There is a fenceline and trees in the background.