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Decided to scan some of the old family photos before they get ruined. Started out with some nice snaps from Diamondville, Wyoming around 1914.
I decided to keep the photos large enough to tell who-is-who for anyone interested in Diamondville during that time. Feel free to save a copy of the photo if your relative is in it.
If you have a Hood from Scotland who settled in Wyoming or Idaho in your family tree we are probably related. My Great-great grandmother Mary Neil Hood was married to Marvin Louis Smith. Tom and George Smith, my great-uncles, played baseball/softball for the Diamondville team. My Grandmother, Ella May Smith sang at the drop of a hat and sang at all the Bobby Burns celebrations.
Wagons, Ho! (54 KB) Big circle of Wagons about the 1920s. Somewhere around Cumberland. From Great-Aunt's photo collection. Don't know anything about this and would love to know what this was...a roundup?
Diamondville, Wy days (38 KB) Great-Aunt Winifred Smith getting ready to white-wash something. Notice the old Diamondville stairway in the right background. Maybe from the late 1920's.
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