Medal - Demorest - Aunt Susie won - 37 Married - Kate Louise Athearn and Isaac Orr Stephens - 47 Measles - Benton Pascoe and Webster Parker had theme - 49 (a. mistake) Measles - Irving Parker had - 53 (a mistake). Married - Mertice Locke and James S. Gill of Spokane - 60 Married - William Willard Locke and Etta May Ober at Nashua - 69 Married - Henry Mason and Mrs. Willie Robinson - 76 Married - Maud Piper and John C. Thompson - 87 Married - Alice Montgomery Hamaker to Barber - 90 Measles - Susie Pascoe had - 117 Benton and Irving had - 120 Measles - Webster Parker had - 122 Married - Josie Grubs and Charles Hendricks - 141 Married - Lilla Locke and Alfred Jory - 141 Married - Emma Louise Hammond and Dr. William Washington Ashley - 146 Mumps - Alfred Jory had - 146 Moved - Susie and Mertice to San Francisco - to 211 Valencia St. - 146 Married - John Calvin Locke to Miss Lillian Green - 147 Manila - George sailed for - 152 - at San Isidro - 163 Married - Mabel McGary and Clarence Moorehead - 163 Manila - George arrived home from - 174 Married - Emma Grubs and Mr. Hatch - 178 Married - Frank Patton and Effie Tretheway - 197 Married - Olive Brakeman Davis and - Watkins - 197 Married - Susie Hammond Geffroy and William Walter Hubbard - 202 Manslaughter - De-Ralph Huntington - convicted of - 207 Measles - Edna Locke had - 215. Marie had - 217 Married - Nettie Ross and Arthur Truscott - 229 Married - Kate T. Hammond and Rev. J. W. Fogarty - 232 McKinley shot by Leon Czolcosz. in Buffalo, N. Y. 243
Navy Yard - Calvin at work in at N. Y. City - 161 Nagasaki, Japan - George sailed for on the Summer - 181
Original dimensions: 22 x 36 cm.
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