Eastern Mojave Vegetation Family History (Continued)  
 

Tom Schweich  

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Full Size ImageWalter Atamanuk  
Walter Atamanuk

Full Size ImageBaptist Convention  
 

Full Size ImageIrma Schweich, 1940  
 

Full Size ImagePaul R. Schweich, 1940  
 

Full Size ImageBetty Wilson holding Janice Ruth, her firstborn.  
 

Full Size ImageFrank B. Wilson, with Janice and holding Sally Jean  
 

Full Size ImageBackyard picnic  
I'm assuming this is a family get-together just before the wedding of Paul and Lydia. I can recognize from left: Lydia, Paul, and Irma, and then Anna Pawluk at the right end of the table.

Full Size ImageWedding of Lydia Pawluk and Paul Schweich
Full Size ImageWedding of Lydia Pawluk and Paul Schweich.
Full Size ImageLydia's wedding portrait  
August 30, 1940: Wedding of Paul Schweich and Lydia Pawluk
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Wedding Book, front page.

Full Size ImageSusanne's Second Birthday
Full Size ImageSuzanne, _____ Victorino, Cheryl  
Suzanne's second birthday.
 

1940s

 

Full Size ImageThe "Elko" border  
A number of the prints have this very distinctive border. I presume it is the mark of the film processor. I may help group prints made at a similar time.

Full Size ImageHenry Chick, Sr., and his mother  
1940s
Henry Chick and his mother

Henry Chick married Willie Bell Shaw.


Full Size ImageIrma Schweich (?) with Nancy Wilson  
1940s
Nancy Wilson
with Irma? Or Willie Belle ?

"The new baby Nancy (Wilson) is so cute - 4 mo. old now.
"I look like a colored mammy."
Print has an Elko border.


Full Size ImageSally Jean Wilson on Princess  
1940s
Sally Jean (Wilson) on Princess, the Wilson's horse.
Print has the Elko border.

Full Size ImageRuth Shaw with Marietta, Elizabeth, and Nancy  
1940s
Ruth Shaw, with Marietta, Elizabeth and Nancy
This print does not have the Elko border on it.

Full Size ImageWillie Belle Chick  
1940s
Willie Belle Chick

This print does not have the Elko border.

 

1941

 

Full Size ImageVisit with Kush family  
"Olga, Mae Urban, Lydia, with Paul and Tanya Kush family." Unknown date, I'm guessing 1941.

Full Size ImageAnna Korolewicz and Peter Pawluk in 1941
Full Size Image1941 Baptist Convention  
 

Full Size ImageTamara Kush and Dorothy.  
Written on the reverse side: "Tamara Kush and I over Kushes place. Short! aren't I? Dorothy."

I assume that Dorothy is on the left and that Tamara is on the right.


Full Size ImageIrma Schweich with Jackie, 1941  
 

Full Size ImageMy mother, Lydia, holding my sister Martha  
 
 

1942

 

Full Size ImageAnna Korolewicz Pawluk  
 

Full Size ImageFour Generations  
 

Full Size ImageMartha and her Daddy in their back yard.  
 

Full Size ImageHenry Chick, 1942  
 

Full Size ImageSarah Keener Schweich, 1942  
 

Full Size ImageIrma Schweich with nieces  
Circa 1942, Irma Shaw in front of Willie Bell's house, with Sally Jean on the left, and Janice in the right.
 

1943

 

Full Size ImageAlec Pawluk during WW II  
 

Full Size Image"Granddaddy Pawluk and Martha in Whittier."  
 

Full Size ImageMartha and Dad.  
 

Full Size ImageMartha with Grandparents and Aunt Betty  
October 1943
Martha, Paul, WillieBelle and Irma
L. A. Calif
 

1944

 

Full Size ImageMartha and Alec  
 

Full Size ImageMartha  
 

Full Size ImageAnna Korolewicz Pawluk  
 

Full Size ImageHenry and Aimee Chick  
1944
Henry And Aimee

Full Size ImageMartha's Third Birthday
Full Size ImageMartha's 3rd Birthday  
 
 

1945

 

Full Size ImagePeter Pawluk at the funeral of Mr. Lewis.
Full Size ImageFuneral of Mr. Lewis  
 
  Death of Anna Korolewicz Pawluk.

Full Size ImageMy Dad holds me while my sister watches.
Full Size ImageMy Mother, Sister, and me.
Full Size ImageMy Mother.  
The house was on Dunsmuir Avenue.

Full Size ImageParents and Grandparents  
 

Full Size ImagePaul Schweich, 1945  
1945
Paul Schweich
 

1946

 

Full Size ImageFraming the house on Woodcock Street  
 

Full Size Image"Lena helps fix a meal."
Full Size ImageSummer camp  
 

Full Size ImageFamily group, March 1946.
Full Size ImageFamily group, March 1946.  
 
 

1947

 

Full Size ImageSome People  
 

Full Size ImageMy sister and me, with the Pyle girls.  
 

Other articles: Family History 1907
Full Size ImageArticle in Kansas City Times.
Full Size ImageNote accompanying article in KC Times.  

FORTY YEARS AGO IN KANSAS CITY
From the files of February 16 and 17, 1907.

The annual dinner of the Association of Young Republicans of Missouri at the Midland hotel turned into a big demonstration for Herbert S. Hadley for the nomination for governor. He now is attorney general. There were 250 men at the dinner from all parts of the state. E. E. E, McJimsey of Springfield was elected president of the association although not present. He telegraphed acceptance.

The postal department has placed on sale books of twenty-four 1-cent stamps, for 25 cents. Books of twelve 2-cent stamps have been on sale at 25 cents for sometime.

O. C. Snider and J. J. Heim of Kansas City are among the purchasers of the Automatic Telephone company of Chicago, which will develop long distance service between various cities of this area and the Atlantic seaboard. Announcement is made that rental of post office boxes in the main post office and station A in the west bottoms will be doubled, April 1. A similar order was made last fall but was later rescinded. The new rates will be $2 and $5 a quarter.

A duck hunter reported seeing a flock of pintail ducks yesterday. He said in years he has been following the sport he has never missed seeing some of that species on February 15.

The 1 o'clock closing of pool and billiard halls became effective yesterday when Mayor H. M. Beardsley signed the ordinance.

Bank clearings were $30,540,000.

At the theaters: Shubert, Henry E. (Adonis) Dixey in "The Man on the Box"; Grand, Andrew Mack in "Arrah - na - Pogue"; Willis Wood, "The Clansman"; Auditorium. "The Crisis"; Gillis, "Queen of the Highlanders"; Orpheum, vaudeville; Majestic, burlesque; Century, burlesque; Convention Hall, Tuesday night only, Moriz Rosenthal, pianist.

Miss Irma Hemenway Shaw and Robert P. Schweich were married Thursday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shaw, by the Rev. Z. M. Williams.


Full Size ImageRuby Shaw, Martha Schweich, and Tommy Schweich  
1947?
Beverly Hills
Ruby Shaw
Martha Schweich
Tommy Schweich

Full Size ImageAunt Ruby's 1947 Visit  
1947?
Ruby Shaw
Tommy Schweich
Paul Schweich
Martha Schweich
Irma Schweich

Full Size ImageMarie and Cyril  
Sept 1947
Marie and Cyril
This is not our house.

Full Size ImageAunt Ruth and Uncle Bob  
1947
Aunt Ruth and Uncle Bob Shaw

Full Size ImageChristmas, 1947  
Back Row: Peter Paul Pawluk
Middle Row: Unknown, Alec Pawluk, Betty Pawluk, Lydia Schweich, Paul A. Schweich, Paul R. Schweich, Irma Schweich, Unknown.
Front Row: Tommy Schweich, Janice Pawluk(?), Martha Schweich.

Full Size ImageDad and Ivan
Full Size ImageDad and Olga
Full Size ImageIvan with Fish  
 

Full Size ImageRussian Baptist Church - 1948?  
 

Full Size Image"Dad outside his room at the First Methodist Church of LA"  
 

Full Size ImageLena  
 

Full Size ImageNear Tucson
Full Size ImageNear Tucson
Full Size ImageNear Tucson  
 

Full Size ImageMartha and Tom, 1948  
 
 

1949

 

Full Size ImagePeter Pawluk  
 

Full Size ImageClark Ensminger and Marietta Wilson  
Thanksgiving 1949
Clark Ensminger and Marietta Wilson
Aunt Ruth's brother.

Full Size ImageThanksgiving 1949  
Thanksgiving 1949
Robert Shaw
Frank B. Wilson (Betty's Husband)
Don Shaw
 

Late 1940s

 

Full Size ImageHouse at 614 Ivy St.  
House on Ivy Street.

Text on back, probably in Olga's handwriting:

"Our winter home, 614 Ivy St.. The Bever house, now lived in by Prof. & Mrs. Rice.

"This is the front view from northwest corner. Sidewalk, where I took picture, is about six feet lower than bottom front step.

"Glassed corner is sunroom on west side."

I assume that the location is either Bellingham or Yakima, Washington, but I have been unable to find that address. It's possible the house is in Redlands, California, but the address does not exist there, either.

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Date and time this article was prepared: 3/21/2017 9:19:55 AM