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  • All fields: Fires--Colorado--Ludlow--1910-1920.
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    • Ruins of Ludlow Tent Colony

    • UMW camp for coal miners on strike against CF&I in Forbes, Las Animas County, Colorado, after a fire set by the Colorado National Guard; shows a stove, cookware, a cellar entrance, and charred wood.
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    • 1914
    • National Guardsman shooting at strikers

    • A man, identified as a member of the Colorado National Guard, crouches with a rifle behind a pile of rubble. The man wears a cowboy hat, overalls, sweater, and leather gloves. The charred barricade appears to be remains of the United Mine Workers...
    • Dold, Lewis R.
    • [1914]
    • View of Red Cross Society on arrival at Ludlow

    • Men and women of the Red Cross stand in the ruins of the Ludlow tent colony (Las Animas County), Colorado after a fire set by the Colorado National Guard. Shows the burned ruins of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) camp for coal miners...
    • Dold, Lewis R.
    • 1914 April, May
    • Near view of ruins Ludlow Tent Colony

    • A distraught man stands among the remains of the tent colony of Ludlow, destroyed by fire after the Ludlow Massacre (result of the coal strikes) in Ludlow, Colorado in Las Animas County. The remains include tent frames, bed boxsprings, iron...
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    • [1914]

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