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A Single Tire Swing: Nederland’s Jamboree & Rodeo

The Nederland Jamboree 1973-1974. (photo courtesy Carnegie Library for Local History, Boulder, Colorado)

Lucy Triffleman talks about Nederland’s rodeo and the beginning of gentrification

An Excerpt:

LINK to full interview (Coming Soon)

Traveling rodeos visited Nederland, setting up at the eastern end of town next to the reservoir. George LeFevre rode a bucking bronco named “All Off” in 1916.

 

“Mini-Mules in Rain” on the second day of the Jamboree in 1968 as they pass by the Town Hall (with a bingo sign) and the Nederhaus restaurant. The three girls walking beside the wagon are (l-r): Cheryl Benson, Sheila Smith, and Diane Smith. (photo courtesy Carnegie Library for Local History, Boulder, Colorado)
The parade with the Jamboree Queen on horseback. (photo courtesy Carnegie Library for Local History, Boulder, Colorado)
Queen Diana Glasser (l) and Lady-in-waiting Mary Jane Haselwood. (photo courtesy Carnegie Library for Local History, Boulder, Colorado)

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