Dedication of log cabin monument


Dedication of log cabin monument


A group of people listen to man making a speech. He wears a light-colored, double-breasted suit and holds a large microphone in his hand. Behind him is a small log cabin, and a row of elderly women and a few men sit and stand along the front of it. These women wear corsages and all including the men have ribbons pinned to their chests. The women in the remainder of the crowd wear knee-length dresses, coats and hats, while the men have fedoras and wear suits or work clothes. Next to the cabin is a large exhibit barn. A boy in a white t-shirt watches from behind the man, next to a toddler. Several girls stand on something and peer over the backs of the crowd.
[Front] [sign on cabin] Native Sons & Daughters Register Here. [sign on barn] Future Farmers Building; Farm Crops upstairs. 4 H Building. Be Sure to See the Fire Conscious Bear. 4-H Club Work. [Back] [pen] Dedication of Log Cabin at Washington County Fair September 3, 1948, by Native Sons and Daughters and County Historical Society. William Hare, Native Son of Hillsboro, made the dedicatory address. [pencil] Sitting in front of cabin - Elzada Bloyd, Rebecca Goodin, Mattie Mann & Warren Williams - descendants of pioneers & native of county. Standing in doorway - Ruth Meek Gates, granddaughter of Col. Joe Meek. Cabin was built by Ernest Schaer. Shute City Park

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