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L. F. Hulen, born around 1885-1887, for whom Mrs. Miller asked before, seems to be the same Lyman Franklin Hulen, who died in 1967.
When Mr. Hulen did mining business in Colorado, he served as president of the Golden Fleece Mining and Milling Company, Denver, Colorado (capitalized at $2,500,000). (Source: The Mines Handbook: an enlargement of the Copper handbook, Vol. 17, 1927, p. 627). The company was incorporation under the laws of Colorado in 1919 and took a lease on a fromer property of the Golden Fleece Mine (operated in 1890er years by another, but same-name company, the Golden Fleece Mining & Minning Co., Iowa) and adjoining Black Crook mine at Hinsdale County, Colo. The Company of 1919 was already out of business around 1925/1926 (Source: The Mines handbook: an enlargement of the Copper handbook; a manual of the mining industry of North America, Vol. 17, 1927, p. 625).