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History: Holiday travels

Aspen Historical Society
Special to the Sun

Those who remember Snowmass’ first opening also might remember the early state of the Sardy Air Field and control tower. And those who flew into the area to spend a holiday also might remember the control tower, which beckoned incoming airplanes for landing and takeoff. This image from the winter of 1969 came from the Joan Lane Collection at the Aspen Historical Society.


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