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Letter: Remembering an Aspen icon

All of Aspen is sad to learn of the passing of Mary Hayes. She was a true Aspen icon. We have been blessed by her photographs in the everyday “life and times” of Aspen over these past 62 years.

We will miss you, Mary, but we will never forget you, as your photo histories are our remembrance.

Jim Markalunas


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