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Turner’s Tidbits – March 15, 2017

I am going to change things up a little. I have been given several pictures that are not identified and so I am going...

Turner’s Tidbit – March 8, 2017

This is a rerun of the picture from last week. The information was correct; however, it did not go along with the picture. The...

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This is a photo of  Mary King Scott.  She was the daughter of Enoch Grant and Lucretia Stalnaker King. Mary had other siblings: brothers:...

Turner’s Tidbits – February 22nd, 2017

This is a sign above the street in Davis welcoming  folks to town. On the right of the picture is City Hall. The picture...

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This is a photo of the Tannery Addition of Parsons.In the middle of the picture is a body of water damned up. In the...

Turner’s Tidbits 2.8.17

This is a great view of the Pulp and Paper Mill of Parsons.  Construction began in 1900 and was finished in 1902. The City...

Turner’s Tidbits 2.1.17

This is a photo of the Thomas Express Office. The office was part of the buildings in the railroad yard. It was evidently laundry...

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This is a photo of Selena “Maxine” Wolford Harper.Maxine was the daughter of Hayes and Alma Huffman Wolford. Hayes was a grandson of Samuel...

Turner’s Tidbits 1.18.17

This is a picture of Aaron and Melvina Cooper Rohrbaugh and their three daughters.The daughters are Orpha-youngest, Rose Ann-middle, and Sarah-oldest; the girls are...

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This is a photo of Delphie Bonner Flanagan, Evelyn Flanagan (left) and Birtie Flanagan (right).  Delphie was married to James Flanagan. Delphie was the...
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This is a picture taken on Christmas Day 1963.The lady is Texie Alice Pennington Turner; she was the daughter of Henry “Hen” and Virginia...

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This is a picture of some folks dressed up to go belsnickling.  This was thought to be a German Custom carried out after Christmas...

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 This is a post card sent in 1908 and the postage was one cent.Cards like this are interesting to me and it is fun...

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This is a feature called Dots and Dashes by Readem N. Weep from the March 24, 1938 Advocate. Highlights from the article include: Davis...

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This is a photo of the Keystone Company’s Kindling-Wood Factory from Hambleton, WV Dated March 1910. The plant was built in 1901 and was...

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This is a hospital statement from a Dr. S. M. Lilienfeld of Parsons. His office hours were 10 am to 1 pm daily except...

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This is a copy of a report card that some folks may remember. These cards were used in first through eighth grade. The cards...

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This is a picture of the R. W. Evans Harness Shop of Parsons. I was not able to locate information on the shop. It...

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