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History: Fall camping

Freddie Hoagland, right, and his friend from Rifle, Jerry Cook, get ready to leave on horseback for a camping and fishing trip at Snowmass Lake. Hildur Hoaglund Anderson, standing behind, sees them off. They are in front of the historic Hoaglund family house in 1944, now part of the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. The house has since been re-oriented and moved, and the porch has been modified from this 1944 image.


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