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Fannie Morgan (Mrs. William) who sold dry goods at the "Serve-U" Dress Shop, Eagle, Colorado, which she owned. Mrs. Morgan wears a hat with a feather, tucked blouse and jacket in this studio portrait. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Formal portrait of Lydia Berkley Tague (Mrs. Patrick Tague), first woman judge in Colorado. Mrs. Tague served 1911-1924. She is wearing a dark dress with pearl necklace and cameo brooch. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Mrs. Harris, at left, standing in the yard in Eagle. Daughter Jennie Horner is next to her. The the end is daughter Mrs. Ginther with the Ginther children in front of her.
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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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Evelyn Urdine Douthit, granddaughter of William Henry Lea & Urdine Messersmith Lea. Evelyn was born in 1924.
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Mother of Joseph Dewey Allen, 1881-1961.
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Emma Newby Edwards and Alta Edwards [Bush Holland], Emma's sister-in-law, waiting for a race to start. Both women are on horseback, Emma on Lady, Alta on Pinto.
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1900: Ranch wives, Gypsum Valley: sisters Ada Slusser (left) and Lucy Doll. They are standing on the porch of a ranch house, wearing aprons. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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A grouping of the Gates women during the summer. Back row, from left: Clark Gates' wife, Grace; Walter Gates' wife, Grace; Mary Middle row: Ruth, Nona, Eva and Martha Front row: Berta, Marie and Edith
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"Igee" (Imogene Lewis Dice) standing in front of the family home at 341 Wall St. in Eagle. Print was make in June 1967.
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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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Photo postcard of Lila Rodgers. It appears the photographer has attempted to remove her glasses.
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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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Mae Abrams (Fleming) on the left.
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Mae Abrams Fleming soon after Fleming died. She is expensively dressed, wearing a flowered hat. Mae and Fleming went to Los Angeles and bought a gas station. Fleming died, leaving Mae quite wealthy.
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Mildred Howard kneeling next to Tip, the dog, in the snow in front of a cabin. Fence in right background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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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.]
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Studio portrait photograph of Elizabeth George, at right, with her daughter, Edna George Hesse.
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Group photo at the Lea home in Gypsum, Colorado. From left to right: Urdine Bell Messersmith Lea, Evelyn Marguerite Lea, Evelyn Urdine, Evelyn Carol (daughter of Evelyn Urdine)
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Nora Steward Johnson was the wife of William S. Johnson. The couple had three children: Dorris, Jesse, and Ray Johnson.