Well, that "Carry in the old west thread" has gotten me going. I suppose it is the curse of the history buff... Anyway, are there any history buffs that specialize in the coal field wars here on THR? Here is what I have found thus far: This is my great grandfather's H&R, with pictures taken in Tollerburg, CO in 1974. The foundation is of the store across from my great grandfathers hotel. The bottom left photo had "Hotel" written under it, but I am assuming it was the photo underneath that was missing in the album. Any Colorado history buffs have any idea of the establishment across the street? I have found mention of a saloon, but no hotel. The photo above it is my grandfather's school in 1921. He was born in Tollerburg in 1911, so I know the family was there for the coal war. Here is the owner of the H&R. From what I know he was an Austro-Hungarian cavalryman in the 1890's, moving to Colorado by way of Cleveland shortly after.