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Attendees at Robert Merrill's birthday party (December 21, 1919) in Wolcott. In front, Mrs. Wellington. From above left, Robert L., Charles Merrill (hand up), and Robert Merrill. Robert was the son of Charles and Elnora Green Merrill. Charles owned the Wolcott Mercantile company store.
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Standing in the door of the Wolcott section house. From left, Tom Gill, Jim Flynn, little Agnes, Cecil Playford and Margurite Terrell. A dog is watching at right.
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Some of the children attending Robert Merrill's birthday party (December 21, 1919) in Wolcott. From left, Charles Merrill, Robert Merrill, Buddy, Lois and Robert L. Robert was the son of Charles and Elnora Green Merrill. Charles owned the Wolcott Mercantile company store.
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Homan [probably Fletcher Bliss Homan] smoking a cigar at Kent.
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"Oathe [Pathe?] Mercier & F. McGloffin" at the Wolcott depot in 1919.
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Edna Sudduth standing outside the Sudduth home in Wolcott.
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Hard at work on the concrete arch bridge at Wolcott.
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"Fletcher & Joe" standing on the train tracks at Wolcott.
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"An early day barn on the Wash Holland ranch at Wolcott, Colorado." -- McCoy Memoirs p.332 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Al Waters and "Henery" standing at the Wolcott station. Bench in foreground.
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c.1930: Crossroads at Wolcott, Colorado: Colorado Hwy 11, U.S. Hwy 24. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Women and children (27 people) grouped on steps of Wolcott school house (1917 or 1918). Cornelia Battalfson is teacher if dates are correct. Back row (l to r): Irene Harper, Mrs. Hanscome, Ezma Terrill, Mrs. Holland (John and Wash's mother), Mrs. Wash Holland, Mrs. Hawley (Wolcott Hotel owner even before photo), Mrs. John Holland, Mrs. Matt (Elizabeth) Moore, next two unidentified. Second row (l to r): Nettie Harper, Lena Harper, Margaret Holland,...
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A group standing at a station, possibly Wolcott. From left, Fletcher [J. Homan], Dorthy Gilroy, Kate Flynn, Homan (Fletcher B.) and Hughie.
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The concrete bridge at Wolcott, at center, over the Eagle River. The bridge was built in 1916. Railroad tracks cut through the photo, with the Wolcott community at center.
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Ida Herwick and her children, Thanksgiving 1894, at church services in Wolcott. Back row, L to R: Paul, age 10; Frederick, age 13; WIlliam C., age 15 Front, L to R: Tina, age 3; Ida, Age 33; Mary, age 18 mos.; Oren age 5; Birdellah, age 17; Guy, age 6 "For several months she had been putting a little money away for a special occasion, and she intended that having a family portrait done would be it. Of all the things she could think of, having...
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Jack Booco and Leonard Horn on horseback in 1921. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Fletcher Bliss Homan standing at the Wolcott station where he was station agent
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"A train of freight wagons like these were a common sight on the road between Wolcott and Routt County points, before the advent of the Moffatt Road. By traveling together freighters could lend assistance to one another in case of an equipment breakdown, encountering a mudhole or a steep grade, of which there were many. This photo was taken about a mile north west of McCoy, by A. B. Noyce of Steamboat Springs in the spring of 1903. The three freighters...
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Photo postcard of Wolcott, Colorado, on U.S. Highway 24. On front: "Panorama of Wolcott, Colo. on Hwy. U.S. 24, Sanborn W-3385"
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Standing on boardwalk in front of log building in Wolcott (l. to r.): Mrs. Playford, Mrs. Johanna Holland, and Mrs. Mary Jane Hanscome. The screen door is open, front door is shut. The doors are located between two long windows. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]