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I enjoyed visiting this museum several years ago. My grandma went to school in Genoa in the early 1900's and I wanted to see her school. I was amazed at how many buildings were constructed at the Indian school, but sad to see that nothing was left except a big smoke stack. We brought her with us to see the site and she was, I do believe, 84 at the time. She had never been back there since she left there in 1910. She lived in northern Minnesota and had signed herself up to go away to school when she was only 9 yrs. old. Unbelievable! Her life was very hard as a young girl and she worked in the laundry at the school ironing for the staff. It was good to see her reactions to seeing photos at the museum. So glad we brought her back there and thankful there was a museum she could visit.
Excellent Microwave Tower Picture!!!!
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Kind regards, Kostia
Those back legs sort of don't look like they'd support this much weight, do they? What a massive, gorgeous animal. They go where they want to go....pretty much all the time!
Hi Chuck, on a whim I decided to check this out. I was a bit heartsick for Loretto and all the great times I had there when I'd stay there each summer as a kid and a teen. You may know or remember actually, my kin. My paternal grandparents were named EWING....Carl and Anna. They farmed southwest of Loretto a couple miles. My late father was the youngest of their 3 children...my Dad was Randall Ewing. We lost him to cancer at age 66, which happened way back in '93. The eldest child of Carl and Anna was Marion Ewing, who forever was married to my Uncle Wayne Sanford. We lost Marion to a stroke in '07, and we just buried her husband, my Uncle Wayne Sanford up in Albion a year ago this past October. The middle Ewing son was my Uncle Raymond Ewing. He lived in Colorado with his wife Ethel Schliesser, who was a Fullerton gal, and they're both gone now too. Raymond passed about 3 years ago and was buried in a military cemetery in Denver. Now, you'd probably know the Sanford "kids"....there are 4 of them, and they all graduated from Albion High. I'm close to all of them. The eldest is Craig, who is a real estate mogul in Phoenix, Cindy, who is an audiologist in Kearney, Bryan, a bank exec up in O'Neill and finally Connie, who is in the eyewear business and married to the chief of Police in Broken Bow. I'm pretty close to all of them, and I get back to Nebraska each spring as I'm a long-time storm chaser who is part of a team that "works" tornado alley each spring. Between storm systems, if we have a couple days off....I head to either Bryan's, Connie's, or Cindy's, and try to hook up with each of them at least once before heading back home to Arizona. Nice photos you've got here, Chuck. Sure makes me wish it were spring or summer and I had a plane ticket to Omaha. joel ewing Tucson arizona
I appreciate the compliment Corey. Thank you much. I checked out some of your beautiful photos and I was plenty impressed enough to add you to my list of favourite photographers. Keep up the great work!! Best regards from Wyoming!