- Carr Family at the Pan Pacific Expo (1915) (39 KB)
l-r, Edward Patrick Carr, Margaret Carr, Margaret Ward Carr, Anastacia (Ward) Castagnetto, Columbus J. Castagnetto, Edward Carr. The Pan Pacific Expo celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal in San Francisco only 9 years after the city had been leveled by an earthquake.
- Josiah Hurd Deed 1733 (755 KB)
This is a copy of a 1733 deed where Josiah Hurd sells land in Killingworth, Connecticut to his brother Robert.
- Wedding of Margaret Carr and George Bouse (48 KB)
August 3, 1930, Carr Mortuary, Tempe, Arizona
- St. Mary's Glacier Lodge in Colorado June 1953 (189 KB)
l to r: Georgia Dennis, Betty Bouse, Ruth Warren, M. L. Taylor in front of Ruth, Paul Hurd behind Ruth, Mary Ann Ackerman, Lynn Osbourn, Carolyn Miller, Jerry Taylor. This is where my parents met.
- Theodore F. Hurd and Friends (46 KB)
From left to right: Ira C. Reed - Born in Connecticut Nov. 11, 1818 - Came to Illinois 1838 - Maria Charles - Born in Wales March 9, 1823 - Came to Illinois 1839 - Married at Lafayette, Illinois Sept. 6 1846 - Mr. Ordway - Born in Vermont May 10, 1815 - Came to Illinois 1837 - Phebe Stites - Born in New Jersey Nov. 1825 - Came to Illinois 1839 - Married at Lafayette, Illinois August 24, 1840 - T.F. Hurd - Born in New Jersey July 22, 1814 - Came to Illinois 1837 - Catherine M. Driscoll - Born in Conn. July 24, 1824 - Came to Illinois 1836 - Married at Lafayette, Illinois Oct. 11, 1840
- Wedding of Betty Bouse and Paul Hurd (77 KB)
February 20, 1954, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Tempe, Arizona
- Madeline Nachtman 1906 (21 KB)
My Grandmother age 13
- The Hurd house in Abilene, Kansas (83 KB)
This is the house where my father and his two sisters were born. It was built around 1883 by George W. Hurd and passed down to his son Bruce. George died January 16, 1923 and Bruce moved his family to Topeka later that year.
- Hurd Family in Topeka, 1956 (234 KB)
Left to Right: Bruce Hurd, Nancy (Shell) Hurd, Francis Hurd, Bruce Haughey, Katherine (Hurd) Haughey, Kathy Haughey, Madeline (Nachtman) Hurd, James Haughey, John Haughey, Mary Hurd, Betty (Bouse) Hurd, Paul Hurd, Frances (Hurd) Gilkeson, Hunter Gilkeson, Bruce Gilkeson, Jim Gilkeson
- Memo to all hands from Paul Hurd (143 KB)
Memo to all hands from Paul Hurd
- E.P. Carr & Lawrence Ward at Tempe cigar store (35 KB)
E.P. Carr & Lawrence Ward at Tempe cigar store (Early 1900s)
- Outside a saloon in Vallejo (1800s) (69 KB)
Member(s) of the Ward family probably pictured here. According to the 1880 census, James Ward operated Ward & McDonald's saloon in Vallejo.
- E.P. Carr & Edward Carr Jr. (23 KB)
Outside Carr Mortuary during World War II
- Paul Hurd becomes a lawyer (164 KB)
1951 newspaper photo
- 1909 Abilene High School Baseball team (72 KB)
Bruce Hurd is standing, second from right. Dwight Eisenhower is seated center.
- Nachtman family (Andreas Nachtman funeral 1923) (65 KB)
My grandmother Madeline is seated between one of her brothers and her mother, Katherine
- Paul Hurd's WWII Ships (42 KB)
The top ship is the Hydrus (AKA-28), an attack transport. The Hydrus discharged Marines and their equipment off the Hagushi beaches of Okinawa April 1, 1945. After this battle, Paul wrote home about the Kamikaze attacks on the fleet.
The bottom ship is the LST 889 (a tank landing ship). Paul was Commanding Officer in 1946.
- Christmas 1939 Tempe Arizona (108 KB)
Outside the Carr Mortuary
- Tempe Crimson Rims 1898-1899 (161 KB)
E.P. Carr is seated left. E.P. Carr was the proprietor of a bicyle shop in 1900, so it may be that this team was advertising a type of bicycle wheel (Crimson Rims) for his or another bicycle shop in Tempe.