|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Union Men on the March—Said by someone to be a 1908 representation of what was frequently said: "The Union of Horr came over in a body and both Unions started on a procession around all the principal streets of the town." Recognized in the group are: 3rd—John Cheplak4th—
Bobbie Ferguson; 5th—Kier England;6th—Bill England. Horsemen are following the marchers, coming around the house of Robert Ferguson. Other of these houses, in a draw between the Catholic Church and Happy Hollow, are those lived in at one time by Joe Bailey John Stewart (built by him and later occupied by Lew Williams and by Joe Stermitz) and AlexStewart. Other buildings at the latter house are (left to right) the wash house (where men washed up after work), woodshed, chicken house.
|Title||Union Men on the March|