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73, 74, 75,
Family Get-together at 500 Jackson St. Firehouse
. . .
This is a picture of true historical nature. I can only
remember of one "family" dinner where men and their families
gathered. I can remember this one, but not the exact date or
. . . In the rear at the comer table are the children.
Included are: Taylor kids (left with glasses is me, to my
left is my brother Red. To his left is a Butler boy (I
think) and to his left with the striped shirt is Steve
Milliner. The girls are of the Hutton family and perhaps the
Butler. (Sorry I can't remember!).
. . . At the adult table are on the women's side: second
from front Nora Fleming, unknown, unknown, Louise Taylor
with black dress, unknown, standing is Mrs. Frank Bensley.
The Men are: from front, George Milliner, Melvin Taylor,
unknown, Frank Bensley, and unknown.
. . . The picture was taken
upstairs at the old 500
Jackson St. firehouse. It is a nice photo record of the
early 1950's firemen and their firehouse.