Vol. 2 researched, compiled, and edited by members of the Meeker History Book Committee of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society, inc., Margaret Smith Isaac, and others; photography by Sybil Joslin, Dorothy H. Kehrberger.
|Statement||by and about the people of White River country. Compiled and edited by Susan and John Bury. Photography by John Bury.|
|Contributions||Bury, Susan., Bury, John., Isaac, Margaret Smith., Rio Blanco County Historical Society (Colo.). Meeker History Book Committee.|
|LC Classifications||F782.R4 T48|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74157944|
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