Aspen Historical Society
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Tony and Elisa Trampler discuss their families' involvement to the Aspen Music Scene during the 1950's and 60's. They also discuss businesses, people, what Aspen looked like when they arrived, their parents careers over the years, and homes they lived in or visited.
Dates: 1994 September 26; Digitization: 2006; Coverage: 1949-1962
Abstract Warren Conner describes his life in Aspen, CO growing up in a mining family. Warren discusses his early recollections of mines and the work that his father and grandfather did in the early 1900s. Furthermore, Warren talks about the parts of town in which his grandparents lived and his father's occupation as a miner, service station manager, and veteran service officer. Warren also discusses his work at the Courthouse and his decision not to follow in his father and grandfather's footsteps...
Dates: 1995 May; Digitization: 2006; Coverage: 1920-1995
Abstract Polly Marolt recalls and tells stories about various people who lived in Aspen including the following: David Ray, Bert Schwartz, Horse Thief Kelly, Pope Rowland, Snowmass Kate Lindvig, Fred Willoughby, and Ground Hog Joe. More specifically, Marolt talks about how David Ray loved goats and even had a goat on his alter. Marolt also recalls Bert Schwartz and his horse Bessie, which he rode all the time.
Dates: 1992 May 15; Digitization: 2006; Coverage: 1900-1940