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Discussion in 'Hats' started by The Wiser Hatter, May 16, 2011.
"Deadwood coach, 1887"
Deadwood was the second city to get telephone service from house to house, second only to Washington DC.
OT but this is the EF4 tornado that came thru Tues night 5/28. A mile wide at times & on the ground for over 2 hrs.
^^^^^ No "like" for that one Jack. Horrifying.
Jackson TN was hit by a F-4 or 5 in Feb 2008 , and another big twister hit in 2002 . It destroyed down town , its since been rebuilt .
Glad y'all are okay Jack , that was too close for comfort .
Thanks Michael. Hopefully that's all for this season.
"Atop Mount Helena"
1910, Helena, Montana.
"Long" John Dunn, bronc rider, saloon keeper, gambler, stagecoach driver and Taos, New Mexico bridge owner
Photographer: Will Connell
A cowgirl on an Indian.
Who's she, Bob?
It would be hard to get any work done around a ranch if she was galavanting around the place.
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Saturday afternoon, Florence, Alabama, 1942