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Sligo High School
Sligo High School
Sligo High School, Clarion County, Pennsylvania, Junior Class of 1925-1926.
Standing left to right; Hazel Fox, Orpha Over, Maude Shook, Helen Sedgewick, Iona Cotzer, Dee Best, Sam Wagner, Janice Craig,John Fetzer, , Jane Mahle, Drew Logue, Kelly Callen, Buzzy Buchs,and Floyd L. "Rabbit" McKinney.

Sitting left to right; Mabelle Curll, Charles Shook, Merle Corbet, Bob Muir, ? Shaw, Iantha Wagner, Phyl Stewart.

(Angela Gay Kinkead sent the photo to Helen McElravy who forwarded it to Joe Rhein.
"While I was in Pittsburgh this weekend, I looked up a Postcard Club Show in Whitehall. Found the attached postcard in the "Sligo" section. Couldn't pass it up. Sligo Junior Class of 1925-26 and Rabbit McKinney. I'm sure you'll recognize names and maybe the faces.")


 
 
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Sligo High School
Sligo High School
Class of 1918. Mabel Florence McKinney, seated first row, third from right. 
 
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Sligo High School - 1924
Sligo High School - 1924
Floyd L. McKinney is 5th from the left in the first row.  
 
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Sligo Train Crew
Sligo Train Crew
Left to Right: Davey Williams, Engineer; Pete Colwell, Conductor; Pete Everhart, Fireman; Frank Burns, Brakeman; James Berreau, Brakeman; John Henry McKinney, Flagman (dayime), Conductor (night). 
 
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Sligo Train Wreck
Sligo Train Wreck
Occurred on the Sligo branch, January 3, 1919, near the Sterling Mines - 19 cars were involved. Callen, the Engineer, was killed. Love, a Fireman, Miller and Shoemaker were injured. 
 
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Sligo, Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Sligo, Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Repairing the road 
 
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Sligo, Clarion County, Pennsylvania (circa 1908)
Sligo, Clarion County, Pennsylvania (circa 1908)
 
 
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Squirrel Hill Cemetery, Porter Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Squirrel Hill Cemetery, Porter Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania
A mixture of Polliards and McDonalds. No one is clearly in rows. Back row, left to right; Lloyd Phillips, Henry Benn Phillips, Paul Phillips, Frank Polliard (behind this group), Don Phillips, Bud McKrell, young man, George Polliard, Ralph McDonald,?,? and ?. Front row, left to right; Flo Phillips, Robert Polliard, Sr., Ethel Polliard, Mary Lou Polliard (little girl), Dorothy Phillips, ?, Earl and Elsie McDonald, Lulu Polliard, Geraldine McKrell, Byron McDonald, Maude McDonald, ?,?, Jane Polliard.



Frank Polliard is behind the back row.  
 
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Stewart Brothers
Stewart Brothers
From left to right; Don, Galen and William Arthur Stewart, sons of Brady Sheldon Stewart and Kitty Reichard. 
 
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Stewart Brothers Some Years Later
Stewart Brothers Some Years Later
From left to right; William Arthur, Don and Galen. 
 
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Stewart Family Gathering
Stewart Family Gathering
Ellen L. Orr is the elderly woman at the back center of the photo. 
 
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Sunday Afternoon in Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Sunday Afternoon in Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Frederick Roy McKinney is 5th from the left. I believe that the young woman sixth from the left is Kathern Mildred Beer and seventh from the left is her brother John Wilber Beer. Second from the left is Kathern's other brother Harry Rhande Beer. There is a fair degree of probability that the first woman on the left is Grace Gertrude Latshaw. 
 
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Sunday Afternoon in Clarion County, Pennsylvania, some years later.
Sunday Afternoon in Clarion County, Pennsylvania, some years later.
Beer Siblings from left to right; Harry Rhande, Kathern Mildred, John Wilber, and Dimple Marie. 
 
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Suzannah Stewart, Four Generations
Suzannah Stewart, Four Generations
Son Samuel Edwin Hartman, Granddaughter Mary Agnes, Suzannah Stewart holding Great-Grandson, Edward Craig. 
 
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The 4th of July
The 4th of July

 
 
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The Thomas Henry Simpson Memorial Institute for Research
The Thomas Henry Simpson Memorial Institute for Research
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 
 
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Thomas Henry Simpson
Thomas Henry Simpson
 
 
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Thomas Hobart Craig
Thomas Hobart Craig
(1895-1958) 
 
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Thomas Leo Schaffner and Virginia Darlene Stewart
Thomas Leo Schaffner and Virginia Darlene Stewart
 
 
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Thomas McKibben
Thomas McKibben
 
 
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Thrashing Machines
Thrashing Machines
In the field by Males School House, Porter Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania. 
 
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Walls Family Photo 1926
Walls Family Photo 1926
Back Row; Blanche Walls, Raymond Walls, Lena Walls, Ethel Walls holding daughter Mercedes, Howard Ferguson, Milded Pence Walls holding daughter Wilma, Clyde Walls holding daughter Eileen, Ruth Stewart holding daughter Waneta, Frank Walls, Elizabeth Stewart Walls, and Elmer Walls.  
 
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Washington Adams Craig (1841-1914)
Washington Adams Craig (1841-1914)
Home and Carriage House, Greenville, Limestone Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Wedding of Brady Sheldon Stewart and Catherine Reichard.
Wedding of Brady Sheldon Stewart and Catherine Reichard.
1895 
 
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Wedding of Elmer P. Walls and Elizabeth Louella Stewart.
Wedding of Elmer P. Walls and Elizabeth Louella Stewart.
December 25, 1889, Clarion County, Pennsylvania 
 
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Wedding of William Frank Polliard and Lulu McDonald.
Wedding of William Frank Polliard and Lulu McDonald.
October 28, 1914 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Photo taken by Joseph Peter Rhein, 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division, American Expeditionary Force, following a flight in this British Royal Air Force plane. The exact date of the photo is unknown.

The 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division trained with the Guards Division, Sixth Army Corps. British Third Army after arriving in France on May 31, 1918 and before the Somme Offensive. The Guards Division was composed excusively of the famous regiments of Guards with records centuries old in annals of the British Regular Army. There were Scots, Irish, Welsh, Coldstream, and Grenadier Guards, and their Division stood second to none.

The 80th Division was attached to the British Fourth Army during the Somme Offensive that began on August 8, 1918.

The 320th Infantry Regiment of the 80th Division was part of the 3rd Corps, American First Army and fought beside the British Army at Bethincourt in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive that began on September 25, 1918. According to the New York Times, May 25, 1919, "For this operation there were attached to the 80th Division, the 228th French Artillery Regiment (75's), one battalion of the 289th French Field Artillery Regiment (155's), the 90th Air Squadron, and a balloon company".

It may be that the photo was taken sometime around the above dates or possibly following the Armistice on November 11, 1918 during which time the 320th Infantry Regiment was in winter quarters in towns in the Department of Cote D'Or.



 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Open slope at Bois de Dannevoux up which the 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division advanced on September 27, 1918. 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Ruins of Nantillois, a town in the Regimental Sector of the second drive of the 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, situated at the important cross-roads south of the Bois des Ogons in 1918. 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Terrain at Ravin aux Pierres over which the 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division, fought throughout the first day of November 1918, in its third and last drive. 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
St. Juvin - St. Georges Road from which the attack of the 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division was launched on November 1, 1918. 
 
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Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Western Front, France, Fall 1918
Trench de Kovel, Bethincourt (Meuse - Argonne Offensive) was the trench line of departure of the 320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division, in its first drive beginning at 5:30 A.M. September 26, 1918. Hill 281 is in the background. 
 
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William Arthur Stewart Family
William Arthur Stewart Family
From left to right; Connell, Dean, Pauline, Frank, Grace, William Arthur, and Ernie. 
 
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William Arthur Stewart Family Farm
William Arthur Stewart Family Farm
This farm was was located in Madison Township...on the corner of Long Lane and Madison Shop Roads. The house and all buildings were torn down when the farm was stripped for coal. The property remains in the family today.

 
 
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William H. Stewart
William H. Stewart
 
 
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William Parker Stewart (left) and Friend
William Parker Stewart (left) and Friend
 
 
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William Stewart and Elizabeth McCall
William Stewart and Elizabeth McCall
 
 
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William Stewart and Jane McCall
William Stewart and Jane McCall
 
 
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World War I
World War I
German soldiers at the old Town Hall in Herrlisheim during World War I. 
 
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World War I Memorial, 34th Street,
Lawrenceville District, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
World War I Memorial, 34th Street, Lawrenceville District, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
"Following the war, memorial sculpture was erected throughout Pittsburgh. Lawrenceville possesses the greatest First World War sculpture in Pittsburgh, arguably in the entire nation. That sculpture is, of course, 'the Doughboy'.
Joseph Peter Rhein's name is inscribed on the memorial.  
 

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