This blog contains history, photos, etc. related to Idaho from the late 1800's/early 1900's. My mother, Brenda Steunenberg Richards, was born in ID. Much of it pertains to the assassination of my great grandfather, Gov. Frank Steunenberg, the trial of Bill Haywood & grew out of the 100 year commemorations of those events. Along the way I toss in a bit of the Wild West, old guns, radios, military, etc. Your comments are welcomed. If using my images, please just ASK. Thank you.
Our beloved sister-in-law and partner of 17 years to my sister Beckie Osborne Underwood. Click on the photos and/or poems to enlarge for viewing/reading.
"Sherry-Ann's main forte in this world was to help the needy in anyway she could, with the biggest heart I knew, she would use her great legal and social-working skills to help those that she could. She would have brought every homeless person home if that was possible, and, at the very least, given up everything in her wallet to every woman standing on the corners asking for help! If you want to do something in her name, find the local homeless shelter, battered woman's shelter, food bank, etc. in your community and donate time and/or money to make life a bit better for someone less fortunate! She will know what you have done and how you felt about her." --Beckie Osborne Underwood
A celebration of Sherry-Ann's life is pending at a later date. John