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Four students stand with their teacher, Mrs. Morrison, who is fourth from left with short hair and a dark jacket. This was taken outside Red Cliff Union High School in Red Cliff, Colorado.
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The 2nd grade class of Eagle poses for a photograph on the front steps of the building. Their teacher is Velma Larsen, pictured far left, and Ladonna Fair is standing directly in front of her.
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Teacher Alma Hight Stephens, wife of Clarence Stephens, and mother of Ella and Marcia Stephens. Some of the students include Iola Baer, Earl Baer, Cecil Baer, and Jim Stephens (younger brother of Clarence). [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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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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"After the abandonment of the Pioneer Cottonwood school in 1911, another schoolhouse of log construction was built on Antelope Creek a mile or so west of Cottonwood. Ed Robinson donated the land and Arthur Panting, Phil Maxwell and Perry Ault donated the labor with an assist from Tom Wohler. Ault and Maxwell cut the logs for the building on King Mountain, but Panting, who was to do the skidding, had the misfortune to break a leg while doing that,...
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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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"Antelope School pupils and teacher in 1921. Those mounted on horses are, from left to right: Harold Horn, Myrtle and Harry Panting, Emma and Ruth Panting, Jack Booco, Leonard Horn, Gern Booco, Florence Panting. Standing on the ground: Emma Maxwell, Dora Ault, Olive Ault, Ethel Ault, the teacher Maude Stratton Smith, her son, Morrison Smith, Tillie Maxwell and Edwin Harris. Directly in front: Harry, Ruth, Mabel and Jim Panting." -- McCoy Memoirs...
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The Avon School with front and rear additions. Visible to the northeast are the playground (with slide) and horse barn. These were torn down in about 1948 to widen Highway 6. Some snow on ridge in background. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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The Avon School after the addition. The front was extended and the belfry was added. The addition to the back has not yet been done which dates the photo as 1920-21. A group of students is seated at the side of the building. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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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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Barn and coal shed at the Avon School, looking northeast to Buck Creek. Barn fencing and some logs in right foreground. [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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Red Cliff Reunion, July 1977. Russell Beck stands behind Angela Beck, Buster Beck, and Fred Golden, husband of Audrey Weber Golden.
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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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Back row, left to right: Dorothy Shryack, Eileen Mahoney, Edna Wilkinson, Mrs. C.C. Kennedy Front row, left to right: Georgia Lumley, Mittie Alda Borah, Florine Zartman, Stanley Lumley, William Long, Mamie Long, Eddie Long. All attended the Brush Creek Schoolhouse, now part of Sylvan Lake State Park. The schoolhouse still stands.