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Back of photograph contains the following information: Boulevard de Anglais, Nice Feb.1939. From the left- John Mizner 6, Greta Mizner, Leo Mizner, Liesel Mizner 31, George Mizner 8. John and George, the sons of Liesel and Ervin Deutsch were Hans and Georg Deutsch at the time. A month or two later we left for the safety of England. Ervin remained in Nice and the grandparents came to (unreadable)
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The children of Johnnette and Jack Phillips (Jill, Jan, Jackie, Jeff) are shown as youngsters in this photograph.
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Susan Cody at Vail (Lionshead) Children's Ski School circa 1987.
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The Mountain Mail newspaper offices with a festive Christmas display in the windows. The Mountain Mail is located at 129 E. 2nd Street in Salida, Colorado. This image is from the Salida Museum Negatives Collection.
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Photograph of Michael J. Holloran Law Office, located at 141 9th Street, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This building was the former location of the Sequoyah Club in the 1920s.
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Black and white uncredited and undated photograph (1930s or 1940s?) of Pearl Stehley standing in front of her house in the snow at 405 8th Street, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She is wearing a long dark coat, and a white knitted or crocheted headpiece. In her left hand she's holding a pair of wooden skis that look to be almost twice as tall as she is; in her right hand a long wooden ski pole taller than her.
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This image contains a collage of Pam Brandmeyer's ski passes for the years 1990- 1995.
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This is an image of the original charter for the Rotary Club of Vail - Eagle Valley, Colorado, U.S.A. - otherwise known as the Rotary Club of Vail or Vail Rotary Club.
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Lyle Viers, who helped pioneer Vail ski instruction in the 1960s, and wife, Joyce Gedelman, who moved to Vail in 1972, enjoyed the outdoors and organizing community events.
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Lyle Viers skiing moguls and catching air circa 1963. Viers was a pioneering ski professional at both Mammoth, California and Vail, Colorado. Photo by Don Leomazzi.
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Lyle Viers was a coach at the U.S. National Women's Ski Racing Camp. June 1969. Photo by Jim Burkholder. In the 1960s, Viers was a pioneering ski professional at both Mammoth, California and Vail, Colorado.
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Lyle Viers - ski racing. n.d. Unknown photographer. Viers coached ski racing and instructed skiing for over 55 years. He was a pioneering ski professional both Mammoth, California and Vail, Colorado.
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1960s instructor of Vail Ski School, Lyle Viers, races past ski gate. 1963-1964 Season. Photo by Howard B. Gray.
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Lyle Viers catches air circa 1963. Viers was a pioneer ski instructor at both Mammoth, California and Vail, Colorado. Photo by Don Leomazzi.
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Lyle Viers - November 1963. Viers was a pioneer ski instructor at both Mammoth, California and Vail, Colorado. Photo by Don Leomazzi.
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Lyle Viers taught at Mammoth Ski Area, California, prior to becoming a mainstay at Vail Ski School in the late 1960s. Photograph by Howard B. Gray, brother of Hadley Gray, another Mammoth Ski Area instructor who migrated to Vail in the 1960s.
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Original caption of 1974 press photo reads: "MOD CHIEF - Gary Wall, police chief of Vail, Colo., chats with mayor John Dobson (left). The chief stresses treating people with dignity, respect." In the background of the image are the iconic Covered Bridge (over Gore Creek) and the Vail Village Clock Tower, in addition to Vail Ski Mountain viewed from the main village of Vail.
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This 1994 image of Randy Milhoan was photographed by Peter Romanelli. Milhoan and Romanelli are (and were) both very active in the civic affairs of Minturn, Colorado.