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Name Golden Gate Canyon Families

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Image of 2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

2011.020.080 - Scrapbook

Object list can be found in the front of the three-ring binder. 1) -"Home continues to make history" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript September 27, 1983 2) -"Action Center puts people back on feet" by Lorraine Wagenbach; The Colorado Transcript April 16, 1981 3) -"Talking back to clich├ęd vocabulary" by Lorraine Wagenbach; Rocky Mountain News January 17, 1983 -"On Words and Numbers" by Lorraine Wagenbach, 2 pages -Correspondence to Speak Out Editor from Lorraine Wagenbach, July 6, 1982 -Correspondence from Bill Hosokawa of The Denver Post to Lorraine Wagenbach, May 14, 1982 -Correspondence from Lorraine Wagenbach to William Hornby editor of The Denver Post May 7, 1982 4)

Image of 2017.053.001 - Mount, Taxidermy

2017.053.001 - Mount, Taxidermy

Taxidermy mount of a mule deer head. Animal was killed by Gus Koch on Blue Mountain near Coal Creek Canyon in 1930. It is considered an "atypical" deer because of the large number of points. Gus Koch was a Golden Gate Canyon pioneer rancher. Blue Mountain rises between Ralston Creek and Coal Creek canyons. Elv. 9322'. This is called an atypical mount.* It has11 points. (count one side, including the brush point - (point closest to the head) The head was mounted by Theodore Koch, Gus' brother. Theodore and his family lived in the Centennial House in Guy Gulch, purchased from the roadhouse's builder, Stephen Booton. Theodore was a rancher and in his later years drove a beer wagon

Image of C-9-12 - Book

C-9-12 - Book

Pronouncing Holy Bible with black cover and gold letters. International Press, "Anna C. Wikstrom" written in pencil inside cover opposite newspaper obituary for Martha Wikstrom and other vital statistics for family members. Two small portraits of an unidentified woman are also present.

Image of 2006.099.006 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.006 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of William John Pearce wearing a cowboy hat.

Image of 2006.099.007 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.007 - Print, Photographic

Color photo of Jack and Sandy Pearce on their wedding day cutting the cake.

Image of 1986.025.001 - Print, Photographic

1986.025.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photographic portrait of Anthony Tripp. Portrait is framed in an oval wood frame with convex glass.

Image of 1986.025.002 - Print, Photographic

1986.025.002 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photographic portrait of Caroline Amanda (Terrill) Tripp. Portrait is framed in an oval wood frame with convex glass.

Image of 2006.099.008 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.008 - Print, Photographic

Color photo of the 1855, 10 horse power used at the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. Thomas H. Pearce Sr. bought the horse power to saw wood and thrash. It was used on the ranch until 1916, when Pearce purchased a 1916 Witte 8 horse power gas engine.

Image of 2006.099.009 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.009 - Print, Photographic

Color overview of the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon.

Image of 2006.099.005 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.005 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of Jack and Sandy Pearce.

Image of 2006.099.001 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.001 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of sisters, Henrietta Pearce (on the right) and Mary Nelson (on the left), standing with another young women. The lower right hand corner is marked J. Jully Jr.

Image of 2006.099.002 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.002 - Print, Photographic

Black and white class photo of students at Belcher Hill School in Golden Gate Canyon. Back row, left to right: Annie Boyle, Anna Maloney, Miss Hart (teacher), Rosena Maloney, Jack Boyle, Thomas Pearce Jr., Margaret Boyle. Front row, left to right: James Maloney, Teresa Boyle, William John Pearce, Emily Pearce.

Image of 2006.099.003 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.003 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of William John Pearce sitting on the back of a cow at the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon.

Image of 2006.099.010 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.010 - Print, Photographic

Color photo of the corrals and barns at the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. The large cabin in the back of the photo is now located at Clear Creek History Park in Golden.

Image of 2006.099.011 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.011 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of one the cabins located on the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. William John and his wife Susie Pearce lived in this cabin where they raised four children. This cabin is moved to Clear Creek History Park in Golden, CO in 1994.

Image of 2006.099.012 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.012 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of one of the cabins located on the Pearce Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. William John and his wife Susie Pearce lived in this cabin where they raised four children. This cabin is moved to Clear Creek History Park in Golden, CO in 1994.

Image of 2006.099.013 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.013 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of the Pearce cousins. Left to right: Jack Pearce (left edge with dog), Violet Pearce, Florence Pearce, Ray Pearce (left edge), Larry Pearce, and Dick Pearce.

Image of 2006.099.014 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.014 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of Henrietta Pearce (far left), Mary Nelson (far right), and another girl friend on horseback. Two young men seated on the ground. The bottom of the photo is signed J. Jully Jr.

Image of 2006.099.015 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.015 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the main residence and out buildings on the Reynolds Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. The woman seated in the shadows on the front porch is Annie Reynolds (Harry). Two unidentified woman are standing in front of the cabin and a man is sitting on the porch steps. The Reynold's family operated a 240 acre ranch next door to the Pearce family. Adam and Annie Reynolds lived with Annie's three daughters from her first marriage: Henrietta, Mary, and Elizabeth. Thomas H. Pearce Sr. married Henrietta Harry in 1900. Later, in 1912, the Pearces purchased the entire Reynolds Ranch. This cabin is moved to Clear Creek History Park in Golden, CO in 1994.

Image of 2006.099.016 - Print, Photographic

2006.099.016 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the main residence on the Reynold's Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. Annie Reynolds (Harry) is standing on the front porch under the arch of vines. Four other individuals sitting on the front porch are unidentified. The Reynold's family operated a 240 acre ranch next door to the Pearce family. Adam and Annie Reynolds lived with Annie's three daughters from her first marriage: Henrietta, Mary, and Elizabeth. Thomas H. Pearce Sr. married Henrietta Harry in 1900. Later, in 1912, the Pearces purchased the entire Reynolds Ranch. This cabin is moved to Clear Creek History Park in Golden, CO in 1994.