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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Agriculture; wildlife; irrigation, 1964

Identifier: M060.02.0011.0023
Overview Offprints, notes, magazine articles

Buildings and Campus, 1910-1955

Identifier: B002.04.0360.0006
Scope and Contents Contains photographs of buildings and the campus of the JCRS, including the cooperative store, the farm, poultry farm, a cow and the dedication of the New York Building. There are also three 8x10 inch negatives of the campus.

Haying, between 1911-1940

Identifier: B063.03.0036.00053.00002
Overview Three unidentified men stand with two harnessed horses amongst several hay piles in a field. Behind them appears to be a baler and there is a stack of baled hay to the left of them.

Lightning Hay Knife, approximately 1900-1920

 Item — Object B243.01.0006: Series B243.01 [U186023244534]
Identifier: B243.01.0006

Oral History Interview with Keith Marolt, 1990 September 4

Identifier: AHS-C45
Overview Keith Marolt describes his growing up on the Marolt ranch and working it over the years. Discusses his family, the ranch buildings and how they were used, railroads, irrigation water rights, crops livestock and machinery used.

Oral History Interview with Opal Peterson Marolt, 1990 July 13

Identifier: AHS-C46
Overview Opal Marolt describes her husband, Mike Marolt's family ranch in Aspen, Colorado. The property includes the historic mining site of Holden Lixiviation with the old office/assay house, smoke towers, barn and various other buildings that have been torn down over the years. She describes who owned the house and property between the early 1900's through the 1980's. She dicusses the changes made to the buildings, how they were used, when the changes were made, and where the materials used were...

Oral History Interview with Peggy Marolt, 1990 July 20

Identifier: AHS-C47
Overview Peggy Marolt discusses growing up in Aspen, Colorado and on the Marolt Ranch also known as Midland Ranch. She describes daily life, household items, her family, buildings around the ranch and the old Holden Lixiviation Works, businesses around Aspen, and orgaizations she was involved in. She also goes into detail on crops raised, livestock and machinery used on the ranch. She talks about various schools, churches and special events from her childhood.

Paul and Fannie Libert in Edgewater, 1917 December

Identifier: B063.05.0053.00010
Overview Paul and Fannie Libert stand in a grain field on their farm in Edgewater, Colorado.