Hi all you cowpokes or should I say ponypokes ???? 56 & 37 = number of pieces...in that order for the blocks this week....too much for my brain to contemplate right now...although I have been glancing at the scrap pile for color combinations...This week all I have to offer is the....
Letter of the Week #11--Dorothy F. Biebighauser
Dorothy F. Biebighauser was born on September 26, 1901, in Washington County,
Minnesota. Her parents were named George (b. 1874) and Adaline (b. 1875.) Some
of the family's census records were poorly written. Her sibling, two years
younger, was named Corrine (a girl) in the 1910 census, or Corwin (a boy) in the
1920 census. Her letter and photograph on page 27 clears up the mystery. Her
sibling was a boy, most likely named Corwin. Dorothy also had a baby sister,
Florence, (not pictured)who was one year old when "Freckles" the pony joined the
family. Dorothy died on December 6, 1987, just a few miles from where she was
born. Her last name did not change, so it is quite likely that she ever married.
Block association...Indian on Horseback