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Cole - Dennis
Families

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Please note: All the photographs used in these family galleries were scanned from the originals in my possession. I request that they not be used or reposted without my permission. Thank you for your cooperation.


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Dorothy V. Dennis. Born June 8, 1897, Ohio. Died May 2, 1990,Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio. Photo taken about 1920.

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Robert Levan Dennis. Studio photograph taken by M. A. McAllister, 1818 Market Street, St. Louis, Missouri, about 6 months after Robert Dennis' discharge from the army. Reverse reads that the photo was taken July 15, 1914 and that he weighed 240 pounds.


A series of photographs taken at Wilson Mills, Mills, Harding County, New Mexico about 1920-1930. These were sent by Robert Dennis' family to his sister, Dorothy Dennis Cole in Ohio. The descriptions are taken from remarks written on the reverse of these photos printed (but not mailed) as post cards.

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Robert Dennis on the left with an unnamed engineer standing by the engine at Wilson Mills.

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Two photos of Robert Dennis on the left with an unnamed man in the flour packing area.

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Getting the tractor and wagons ready at Wilson Mills.

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Wilson Mill and elevators

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Mills Railroad Station - Wilson Mill and department store in background.

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Old Mills ranch house, Springer, New Mexico, former home of Melvin Whitson Mills. The reverse reads "Red River runs up from the canyon through Springer where we saw this house Monday Jan. 29. The old man, Mills, is living in this house now 'old and feeble' and no wonder as such a life he led." There are a couple of current videos of this same house at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4cBedqQJ38 and https://youtu.be/05w-mCDN5fI. Some additional photos and information are at http://www.santafetrailnm.org/site537.html.