(“Disembarking from Woodland Park Bus” by Stewarts Commercial Photographers, ca. 1930s. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections.
Year: ca. 1930s Image Number: 013-2367.)

Group of people standing in front of van, most carrying skis or ski poles. Two men are on top of van unloading skis. Log fence visible in background. Note on back reads “Silver Spruce Ski Club disembarking from Woodland Park Bus that met up at Waldo Canon in Ute Pass. L to R – with asterix – Dub Metzler, F. Martin Brow of Fountain Valley School, John Rollins, John Fowler, Doug Shaefer, Shelly McMillan. Don Lawrie on top of car.”

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