I receive a lot of photo submissions of larger groups. Unfortunately, I can’t always fit these larger photographs into the spaces provided in the newsletter, so I’m going to begin posting some of these photographs online and linking to them in the Photo Corner so that more people can enjoy them.
Thanks to everyone who has submitted photographs. I am going to be doubling my efforts to post more of them on the blog, so if you haven’t seen yours yet, hopefully I’ll get to it soon!
I felt this picture was appropriate due to the recent stories of natural disasters.Â The picture was taken during the 1913 flood.Â The picture was taken in Wayne Co., IN (I think Middleboro) on the Ohio/Indiana border (now I-70).Â My great grandfather, George Harrison BAKER is on the horse and my grandmother, Maud Anna BAKER is second from the left, she was 13 years old.Â My great father’s house was on a hill so friends and family flocked to his house to stay dry.Â
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