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Image of 2014.043.001 - Scrapbook

2014.043.001 - Scrapbook

Nine scrapbooks related to the Loch Lomond Grange number 76 organization located in Golden, Colorado. The years for the scrapbooks range 1956-1988. Some of the scrapbooks appear to have been entered into a contest. Box 630 Small green scrapbook: -Newspaper clippings 1956-1961, majority of the clippings are Chaplain's Corner by Ethel Trezise. -Invitations, correspondence, memorial cards, and a photograph related to the Colorado Grange. -The last three pages have photograph corners, but no photographs. Large white scrapbook: -Title on front cover: Loch Lomond Grange No. 76 1971-1972 -First page is a list of officer for the Loch Lomond Grange #76 1971-1972 -The scrapbook is divided in

Image of 2014.043.004.001 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.004.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of John Lester "Let" Trezise wearing a suit and tie with a small pin on the lapel of his jacket. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1965-66 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.004, page one the dedication page.

Image of 2014.043.005.001 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.005.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Ethel and Lester Trezise standing behind a tall table. Ethel is holding a large book. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1960-61 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.005, page three.

Image of 2014.043.006.001 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.006.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Ethel Trezise wearing a light colored blouse and jacket with a small brooch on her jacket. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1985 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.006, front cover.

Image of 2014.043.006.002 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.006.002 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the Loch Lomond Grange #76 First Degree team wearing the organization's sashes. The members are identified: Master Wilbur Mays, Overseer James Walker, Lecture Virginia Mays, Chaplain Ellen Walker, Asst. Stewards Bob and Barb Dunnegan, Ceres Evelyn Mays, Ponoma Haldreth(?) Hess, Flora Phyllis Peeles, Gate Keeper Mabel Webb, and Musician Alma Sivers. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1985 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.006, page two.

Image of 2014.043.006.003 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.006.003 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the Loch Lomond Grange #76 building located in Golden, Colorado. Above the front door of the building hangs a sign "Loch Lomond Grange No. 76 July 1887". There are five unidentified people standing in the front of the building. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1985 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.006, page three.

Image of 2014.043.004.002 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.004.002 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the Loch Lomond Grange #76 building with two large evergreen trees on either side of the front stairs. There is a small white shed to the left of the front door. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1965-66 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.004, page two.

Image of 2014.043.007.001 - Print, Photographic

2014.043.007.001 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of Ethel Trezise and Paul Purpich as an infant. They are the eldest and the youngest members of the Loch Lomond Grange #76, respectively. This photograph is located in scrapbook "1982-83 Loch Lomond Grange scrapbook", 2014.043.007, page 28.

Image of 2016.003.001 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Maurice Lee Potter standing in his front yard located at 15260 West 44th Avenue in Golden, Colorado. The home was one of seven residences built by Orville Dennis to accomodate military personnel returning home after World War II. The photograph is taken looking west toward North Table Mountain that can be seen in the photograph. Also seen in the photograph over the right shoulder of Maurice L. Potter is the Fairmount Loch Lomand Grange and the old Fairmount school. A dated flat bed truck is seen in the photograph heading east on West 44th Avenue. This photograph was taken of Potter as he prepared to board the train to Denver that was located at the bottom of the

Image of 2016.003.002 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.002 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Maurice Lee Potter as he stands in his front yard located at 15260 W. 44th Avenue in Fairmount, Jefferson County, Colorado. Potter is looking west toward the northern slope of North Table Mountain seen in the distance, standing alonside the paved West 44th Avenue, with prarie land seen in the near distance. The building seen in the far distance is the home of the Denver Kickers Club [contemporay name].

Image of 2016.003.003 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.003 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Maurice Lee Potter holding his one year old son, Dennis L. Potter, while standing in the yard of thier home at 15260 W. 44th Avenue in Fairmount, Jefferson County, Colorado. Parked in the driveway is a 1940's Chevrolet Sedan. The camera is looking east along W. 44th Avenue with a business depicted, and on the far side of the highway and an advertisement sign with the writing "1950" on the south side of W. 44th Avenue.

Image of 2016.003.004 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.004 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Maurice L. Potter with son Dennis Potter walking down West 44th Avenue (still dirt at that time) near home in a small housing development for returning soldiers in World War II.

Image of 2016.003.005 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.005 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Maurice L. Potter and son Dennis L. Potter in the front yard of their home on West 44th Avenue and McIntyre Street in Golden, Colorado. The house is one in a series of small homes built as military housing after World War II. North Table Mountain can be seen in the background.

Image of 2016.003.007 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.007 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of back yards to military housing on West 44th Avenue east of McIntyre Street in Golden, Colorado. Military housing was built by Orville Deannis to accomodate soldiers returning home from World War II. Both South and North Table Mountains are visible. There are clothes on the line in the middle of the photograph.

Image of 2016.003.008 - Print, Photographic

2016.003.008 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Potter family home in converted turkey pens near West 44th Avenue and McIntyre Street in Golden, Colorado. Pens were converted to apartments because of the rush to house soldiers returning home from the war. North Table Mountain is seen in the distance.

Image of 2017.012.001 - Print, Photographic

2017.012.001 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of the vacant building that once housed the Churches Grocery Store on the northeast corner of McIntyre and 44th Avenue in Golden, CO. North Table Mountain is visible in the background.

Image of 2016.033.006 - Print, Photographic

2016.033.006 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Ralph John Churches in a single seat horse-drawn carriage with his horse in front of his parents', John and Edith Churches, grocery store named Churches Store on 44th in Golden, Colorado. There are other persons in the background, as well as an early model car.