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Honeymoon house at Krumm ranch, 1954

Honeymoon house at Krumm ranch, 1954

Honeymoon house, 2005

Honeymoon house, 2005

Honeymoon house, 2005

Honeymoon house, 2005

Albano building the new house, 1902

Albano building the new house, 1902

A. J. Fuchs house, 1905

A. J. Fuchs house, 1905

The Matern house, c. 1929

The Matern house, c. 1929

Matern house, Nov. 1970

Matern house, Nov. 1970

Former Matern house, May 2001

Former Matern house, May 2001

Albano and Gini spent their honeymoon in this house located on his father's property known as Tiger Mill.  It was also used as a school house.  Left, the house in 1954, and the house, now used as a storage shed,as it looked in 2001.

Shortly after they married, Albano built his bride a house on a hill overlooking the Colorado River, about a hundred yards from the site of his grandparents' original house.  Albano stands atop the new house on the Fuchs ranch in 1902. 

The young family, with little Ewald and Gertrude and others, stand in front of the completed house in 1905.  In 1922 Albano sold the property t0 his cousin Ivo Matern, whose son Armin Matern lived there until 1965.  The property eventually became the Cottonwood Shores development.  Above, the house as it looked in 1929, 1971 and 2001.