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Tolland and two trips

Identifier: C Photo Album 384

Scope and Contents

Family album documenting three summer trips made by Amy Stearns. Portraits of fellow college students and friends. Images of Tolland, Jackson County, Larimer County, Grand County, Gilpin County, and Boulder County. Scenic views of lakes, natural parks, mountains, and hiking.


  • 1913

Language of Materials

Material is in English unless otherwise noted.

Conditions Governing Access

Contact Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library, Denver, Colo.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright is retained by the author of the items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Biographical / Historical

Amy Stearns was a student at the University of Colorado Biology Field School (Ramaley Science Camp) held by Professor Ramaley in Tolland, Colorado.


1 photo boxes

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Judy Stearns Caughey;gift.


Title inked inside front cover.


Attribution from accompanying document: "Notes of Amy Stearns' photograph album labeled Tolland and Two Trips - 1913" by Henry W. Toll, Jr. April 21, 1993.


Photographic prints have inked captions.

Table of Contents

Columbine -- Bear with us a little, caught at Stapps Lake near Ward -- Red Rock Lake, Isabelle Glacier, Mount Audabon (i.e. Audubon) -- On the way to town, Robbin's, Tenderfoot, The Texas people -- Park Lake, where Jubie took a boat ride -- The park, 1912, James Peak, Tolland, the Divide -- The park 1913 -- The bug house and Tenderfoot -- The bugs: Holden, Miss Leonard, Graber, Miss McKee, Cranston, Miss Rumsey, Miss Smith, Miss Bartlet, Overholts, Miss Davis, Brosius -- The house of mirth and its frequenters: Overholtx, Rowena, Mrs. Bothwall, Dodds, Brosius, Mrs. Davis, Miss Austin, John Thomas, Kate -- A sad day, talking it over -- To meet the train -- Rain due -- The main street -- Clouds under the Divide, Dad Boerner, Jeff's, the dance hall -- The Divide and Brules School, on the way to Newcomb's -- The big helper, articulated compound Malay [railroad locomotive] -- Yankee Doodle Lake -- From the snow shed above -- The Tourists Point [Devils Thumb], 12,000 ft., Lanniger and the Texas people, Dixie Lake -- Corona Lake, dinner with the bugs -- Epworth Lake, west of Divide near Corona, "Moffat" to arrow, Mt. Epworth -- Pump House [i.e. Pumphouse] Lake, railroad, flowers, snow cornice -- The Divide south from Corona, James [Peak], Perry's [Peak], Grays and Torrey's [Peaks], ranges near Leadville -- Along the Divide looking northeast, Corona, Long's [Peak], Arapahoe Peaks, Tourist's Point, Willow Lake -- Amy's Notch -- Up some -- North Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] Lake, Sheep Mountain, Tenderfoot, the school -- Lake and snowbank, North Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] -- The rock slide above the lake -- On the ice -- South Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] Lake and Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] Jr., Sheep Mountain, Tenderfoot, where we ate supper -- East from Divide, railroad, park and lake, Nebraska Hill, Crater Lake, Barker Reservoir -- Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] Pool, South Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] Lake -- The house under the 'krummholtz, ' the Divide, bean can, Dodds, our outfit -- Lower Arapahoe [i.e. Arapaho] -- Snowbank and flowers -- Dinner on Crater Creek, the tree we hung the lunch on; Silvia, Bruce, Mrs. Newcomb, Dodds, Paul cut his finger [family of Robert James Pitkin, he is standing in dark suit, his wife holds their daughter Marion, next to them is their daughter Julia (Matlock Shoemaker), and Amy (Mrs. Robert Stearns) with a band on her hat] -- Where we decided to climb the peak, James Peak, Haystack -- The peak, Ute Trail -- Up on top [James Peak] -- North from Jim, Corona, Long's [Peak], Arapahoe, Haystack -- East from Jim, park -- Twin Lakes, where we ate chocolate -- Cabin in Mammoth Gulch, James Peak, near the bridge -- Sheep on government range, in mammoth Gulch, do you remember the round rocks.

Processing Information

some photographic prints are lightly soiled.

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Repository Details

Part of the Denver Public Library, Western History and Genealogy Repository

10 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy
Denver CO 80204 United States