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Ranchers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Bob Armstrong for Colorado Reflections

 Item
Identifier: couda-armstrong
Overview Bob Armstrong discusses growing up in Walden, Colorado with 7 siblings and reflects on the town in his childhood. Armstrong discusses finding buffalo skulls as a child, working as a trapper, catching muskrats, minks, and weasels, and working as a rancher. Reflects on the Great Depression and how it affected ranchers. Reflects on serving as the town marshall and enforcing laws in the 1930s.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Box 1, 1976

 File — Box B112.01.0001: Series B112.01; Series B112.02; Series B112.03; Series B112.04; Series B112.05; Series B112.06 [U186020742680]
Identifier: B112.05.0001
Overview Box contains one file on Weisbart & Weisbart Ranch- Ranch and Dairy Farms, from 1976.
Dates: 1976

Box 2, 1929

 File — Box B368.01.0002: Series B368.01 [U186023244542]
Identifier: B368.01.0002
Overview Box contains "Lazy K Lazy L" branding Iron.
Dates: 1929

Helen Dice for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-dice
Overview Helen Dice, author, reflects on moving to California to Colorado during the Great Depression and her experiences in Brush Creek, Colorado. Discusses working on a ranch selling dairy products, fruits, eggs, and vegetables and the effects of the depression on the Western Slope and on Dice's family. Dice remembers raising a family in a small town, the town dances, and going to the movies.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Lazy K Lazy L Branding Iron, 1929

 Item
Identifier: B368.01.0002.00001
Overview The Lazy K Lazy L branding iron was registered with the state of Colorado on March 13, 1929 by Morris Krupp.
Dates: 1929

Morris Krupp Objects and Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B368
Overview Morris Krupp, born in Leckava, Lithuania on February 10 1887 and died in Colordo on January 21, 1987. He left home at the age of 14 and immigrated to the United states. When he first came to Colorado he broke horses and was a cattle buyer. Later he established a cattle ranch. His wife Goldie was born in 1889 in Russia and died in Colorado on November 28, 1961. The collection contains a photograph of Goldie and Morris Krupp, a photograph of Morris, a tie pin, and the "Lazy K Lazy L" branding...
Dates: 1900-1960

Paul Pattridge for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-pattridge
Overview Paul Pattridge, a Colorado rancher and cattle breeder, reflects on his childhood in Denver, Colorado growing up on a farm. Discusses the people who most influenced him including his elementary teacher Emma Brown. After his service in World War I, Pattridge started working at Willow Springs farm in Morrison, Colorado. Reflects on his work on different farms, enlisting for the war, experiencing the Great Depression, and his time ranching in Golden and Morrison. Briefly discusses his wife and his...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Weisbart and Weisbart Ranch, 1976

 File
Identifier: B112.05.0001.0021
Overview File contains a newspaper, with an article about the Weisbart Ranch which was turned from a cattle ranch into a fish farm. The newspaper is the September 5, 1976 publication of the Denver Post.
Dates: 1976