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Boydstun Family in front of General Store early 1900's; Lardo, ID.
|The first three people, from the left are; Hattie & William Bartlett Boydstun, and Cynthia (possibly Sparlin'), then, the seventh person (tall man) is Lige, the woman by him holding the child is my Grandmother, Florida Boydstun. We don't know any of the other persons, perhaps someone will recognize them. William B. Boydstun was the proprietor of the store, it served as the Land Co. office, Post Office, Stage Office, and William was also the town Notary. All of this is noted along the eve of the building as you can see.|
|Weiser High School sophomore Class of 1911||My grandmother Florida (Boydstun) Hayes is in the third row back. If you go over 4 persons from the left, on the front row, then go up three girls---that's her! She has on a dark dress with her hair up, there appears to be a large bow in her hair also.|
|"Beardsley Hall" Idaho Idustrial Institute Weiser, Id|
|submitted by: Jule Smith Wallace These photos are submitted in the memory of my Grandmother, Florida (Boydstun) Hayes, and also because I am grateful to all the persons who have given so much of their time to make researching family information possible!|
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