Dolores County, Colorado
Photo Album

If you have any photos that you would like to share with others, I'd love to add them to our gallery.  Just send me an email

--Betty

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"This is a photo of my uncle, Paul Reed, and members of his congregation, cutting logs for the church - Assembly of God. My uncle is sitting on top of logs in center. In the background, you can see a building that is still standing in Dove Creek. I think that it was the first school in Dove Creek. At the time of this photo - about 1945-46 - it was the Assembly of God Church - while new log church was being built. During the late 1940's and early 50's it was the home of Ernest and Roma Hall. Mr. Hall had a watch repair shop in the front. Later in the early 50's it was the home of the Stull family. Mr. Stull also repaired watches."

Phyllis Wilson Carpenter  * PRCarpe @ aol.com

"My Father, the Rev. William Floyd Wilson, in front of the Assembly of God Church in Dove Creek. He pastored there 1947-1953. This log church was built by my uncle, Rev. Paul Reed, and parishioners. My uncle preceded my father as pastor. This photo was taken about 1949."

Phyllis Wilson Carpenter  * PRCarpe @ aol.com

"I scanned this from the 1948 yearbook for Dolores County High School - "The Last Frontier". My brother, Thomas Wilson, is in back far right. Maybe other people will find family members here."

Phyllis Wilson Carpenter  * PRCarpe @ aol.com

"When I was a little girl living in Dove Creek, it was a common sight in spring and fall to see sheep and cattle being moved down through the town." Taken about 1948-1949

Phyllis Wilson Carpenter PRCarpe@aol.com

"Everyone graduated in the "top 20" of their class <smile>."

Phyllis Wilson Carpenter  * PRCarpe @ aol.com

This is a photo (taken about 1888 at a Rico studio) of Minnie and Frank Burghardt, daughter and son of Samuel and Fannie

Donna Rothe * ARothe @ worldnet.att.net

This is from a "Reverse Painted on Glass" wedding picture (1892) of Robert and Rhoda Cart. They were married in Rico on 9 Nov 1892. Robert is a younger brother of Fannie Cart Burghardt.

Donna Rothe * ARothe @ worldnet.att.net

This is a photo (taken 1894) of Earl Cart, son of Robert and Rhoda Cart. This was taken at a Rico studio. Notice that there is a "lock of hair" taped to the back of this photo. Earl died in Rico 4 Sep 1894.

Donna Rothe * ARothe @ worldnet.att.net

This is a photo (taken 1888) of Ida May Burghardt (daughter of Samuel and Fannie Burghardt) Ida was born in Rico 19 Jan 1888. She died in Rico 5 Oct 1890, just 1 day after the death of her 4 month old sister, Fannie Louise. There is a beautiful little double tombstone at the Rico Cemetery for the babies (a photo can be seen at the "Tombstone" Page for Colorado, Dolores County.)

Donna Rothe * ARothe @ worldnet.att.net

 

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