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THE WAY WE WERE: 1939
THE WAY WE WERE: 1939

Frank and Olive Lockwood and their family of 16 children sit for a portrait in 1939 in a Ronan photography

studio.

The Lockwood family came to Ronan from Nebraska in 1933. The family members are back row from left;

George, Floyd, Leo, Clyde, Lawrence and Frank. Middle row, from left is; Marvin, Ruth (Arlint), Melva (Snyder),

Verda (Eckley), Eileen, Luella (Peterson), Donald and Audrey (Koble). Front row is; Arvilene (Pearson), Olive,

Frank and Richard.


If you have a favorite historical family photograph that you would like to see in this space, please send a print to Kurt

Wilson, Photography Editor, Missoulian, 500 S. Higgins Ave., Missoula, MT 59801 or e-mail to kwilson@missoulian.com.

Please include the date of the photograph and identities of people in the picture.

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