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Members of Independent Order of the Odd Fellows, Blue River Lodge No. 49 pose for a group portrait

Members of Independent Order of the Odd Fellows, Blue River Lodge No. 49 pose for a group portrait dressed in sack suits and the ceremonial I.O.O.F. sash. Most are wearing white gloves. The men stand side by side or sit in chairs placed in rows along the wooden boardwalk and on the dirt packed street. The photograph was taken in front of a wooden building with large four-pane casement windows, probably in Dillon, Colorado.

Westerman, Otto

Moon Valley Lodge and Café in Dillon

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Caption on the reverse: "Moon Valley Lodge and Café; 5 miles East of Dillon, Colorado 80435; On U. S. Highway 6; Open Year Round" and "Carpeted rooms with private baths. Large lobby with fireplace and T.V. Excellent Food. Hunting - Fishing - 5 Excellent Ski Areas from 5 to within 35 miles of Colorado's Finest!!! Phone Area Code 303-468-9936. Your Hosts - Chuck & Nancy Taylor".

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Sailboats on Lake Dillon with a view of the Tenmile Range

Postcard, "The Hanging Tree" by John Topolnicki. Scalloped edges. Caption on the reverse: "Dillon Lake; I-70; U.S. 6; High Country Year-Round Recreation Center in Colorful Colorado" and "Carefully guarded reserve for Denver water supply sparkles below the peaks of the Ten Mile Range. Serves as a center for boating, fishing, and camping in bordering national campgrounds in the Arapahoe National Forest. Sailing and snow skiing are combined here in the late spring."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.