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Lila and Hazel speak about Yampa Valley in the 1890s, women’s roles in 1900s along with schooling, parental restrictions, the changes of women’s suffrage, and social activities.
Hazel Garlington speaks about Trinidad-La Junta history 1890s, being a student at Colorado College, dorm life, and classes in 1910. She details her experience teaching kindergarten in La Junta, Colorado. She also talks about the women’s music club, social activities, … Continue reading →
Topics: Colorado since 1896; social activities; clubs; Hugo newspaper; business in Hugo; school; relationship with mother; marriage; jobs in Denver
Frank E. Gould of 7993 N. Foothills Highway, Boulder, provides an account of the Left Hand Ditch Company. Its irrigation system supplied water to Boulder County farmers adjacent to the foothills. Mr. Gould was its “ditch rider” and its superintendent. … Continue reading →