One Big Union, Three Giant Labour Heroes
And of course Joe Hill. On my bookshelf. A good read.
|Governor Butch Otter|
|Gov. Steunenberg in rainbow color.|
|Canyon Hill, Caldwell, ID. The 1890 birth year is apparently incorrect.|
|John & B-17G|
|Flying over my house!|
|Lying on my back looking up through the|
open bomb bay doors. Don't drop the bomb!
|Turret was not open for tours. I wouldn't fit|
|1st class with back cushion|
|Looking down at the top on the belly turret. X marks the trapdoor through which the|
crew member would enter. A tight fit.
|This one from the Collings Foundation website.Bombardier station.|
|Here's one I took of the bombardiers station from the outside.|
|ARC-5 series radios.|
|BC-348 in the radio room.|
|This pic from the Collings Foundation website as they couldn't drop any bombs on the fly byes.|
|Dual cockpit/dual seater so you can take a ride. I watched a couple guys check off a bucket list item at $2,200 for 30 minutes or $3,200 for a full hour.|
|From the Collings Foundation website since I wasn't able to get up close to the cockpit.|
|I couldn't leave without a B-17G T-shirt.|
|397th Bombardment Squadron emblem|
|B-17 patrolling the Panama Canal zone WWII. |
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|Can't believe we missed this on our trips through Oregon.|
|Frazier Farmstead in Milton (now Milton-Freewater), OR. Former home of our Frazier kinfolk. Photo above comes from the updated Frazier Farmstead Museum website.|
|Mom proudly displaying her copy of Whither Thou Goest|
|Frankie & Eva.|
Photo Frazier Farmstead Museum.
|Brenda Steunenberg circa 1925. JTR Collection.|
|More fun at the Farmstead circa 1925.|
|Photo taken in 2005 during our visit to the Frazier Farmstead.|