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The frame construction Antelope School building, completed in 1917, which replaced the original log school building completed in 1912. The log building became the teacherage. Some of the teachers at the Antelope School were "Leila Ferguson, Joan Funk, Mildred Sayre, Alma Slattery, Margie Harbaugh, Marion Conley, Maude Stratton Smith, Tracy Hatch, Yarbo, Gertrude McGlochlin, and Zola Sherwood." -- McCoy Memoirs p.47 The school was in use until 1950...
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"At the Antelope School in 1921. Standing, from left to right: Dora and Ethel Ault, Harry Panting, Emma Maxwell, Myrtle Panting." -- McCoy Memoirs p.48 [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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"The Antelope School and teacherage on Antelope Creek as they appeared in 1921." -- McCoy Memoirs p.46 The frame construction Antelope School building, completed in 1917, which replaced the original log school building completed in 1912. The log building became the teacherage. Some of the teachers at the Antelope School were "Leila Ferguson, Joan Funk, Mildred Sayre, Alma Slattery, Margie Harbaugh, Marion Conley, Maude Stratton Smith, Tracy Hatch,...
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Sixteen school children and their teacher lined up in front of the Avon School. School horse barn is visible in far right background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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A view from the road of the Avon School. The horse barn is at midground. A fence surrounds the school grounds. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Bailey School at Burns, Colorado. The log structure is above the "21" Ditch across from the T. Harry Benton home and west of the present Ben Wurtsmith home (formerly known as the Bailey Place). Martha Gates was the teacher as well as Margaret Porter (nee Brooks). Martha is now Mrs. Garland Godbold (1986). [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Miss Sheehan's class, Basalt School District 15, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, grades.
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Primary school children in Basalt School District No. 15, 19 pupils.
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"The Blacktail School near Radium, Colo., in 1909. Back Row: Dewey Leroux, Dora Mugrage, Jessie Cannon (teacher), Alonzo Hudson, Leon Leroux. In front: Andrew Henry, Laura Mugrage, Leander Hoyt, Ammi Hoyt." -- verso caption [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The students of Brush Creek School lined up at the side of the building with their teacher, Edna Pearch at far left. From left: No.1 Bill Long; 3 Mayme Long; 7 Roy Long; 8 Ed Long Mayme Long married Alvin Rule. Roy Long married Frances Rule. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Burns school in 1976 (abandoned). Mrs. L. K. Toomer was one of the last teachers. Freda Lowe was the last cook. The Gates, Albertson, Benton, Toomer, Strubi, Luark, Schlegel, Wheelock, and Wurtsmith children went to this school (grades 1 through 8). [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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c.1880: Log cabin used for a school house, Red Cliff, Colorado. There were 5 pupils who attended and Dora McMillan was the teacher. One door, one window shown in a front-view with snow on the ground. The cabin is behind the Reno Cafe & Bar, 127 Water St., Red Cliff. It has been used for many purposes over the years, including a garage. Jack Ages, Ilene Warren's father, lived there at one point. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle...
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School children standing outside the Catamount School (1931-32 school year). All the children are wearing hats. Back row, l to r: Norman Schlegel, Delbert Miller, Bob Wright, Mary Wright Second row: Don Russell, Milford Miller, Garland Rogers Front row: Fay Russell, Jessie Schlegel [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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Red Cliff, Colorado is one of the oldest towns in Eagle County beginning in 1879. The town was the original county seat until 1921, after the fourth and final election deciding to move to Eagle. Red Cliff was bolstered in its early days by a booming mining business, hotels, and travelers through the mountains. Red Cliff's immediate neighbor was the now-abandoned mining town of Gilman, which was shut down by the EPA in the 1980s and declared a Superfund...
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Gilman, Colorado, is now an abandoned mining town perched on a high cliff viewable from Highway 24 between Red Cliff and Minturn, CO. Its history dates back to the beginning of the state and mining has always been its chief industry. The mining changed over the years as well, from silver and gold, to zinc, lead, and other precious metals. The 1930s through 1950s were years of prosperity for the small company town and its residents; at one time, Gilman...
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School children in front of Upper Gypsum School. Front row, left to right: Jackie Schultz, Keith Gerard, Dan Hensley Row 2: Reba Gordon, Pat Strohm, Jack Eaton, Bob Cowden, Clayton (Mike) Gerard, J.D. Cowden Row 3: ______Terry, ______ Terry, Buena Gordon, Teacher Miss Johnson, Pat Coryelle, Junior Gene Slaughter, Glen Hayes. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]