In addition to family, friends and neighbors also signed Dick’s autograph book.
Mathilde Ulrich was a neighbor of the Nelings in 1895.
Rose A. (Johnson) Kingdon was a resident of Broadland, a neighboring township. 6 more words
One of the most amazing books I’ve read was “The Trail Led North,” which I first heard about in The Seattle Times in their series of articles regarding the 1897 Alaska Gold Rush This book was dictated by an older man to his grown granddaughter in the 1940s, and it was about his journey to the Yukon to search for gold in the 1897. 433 more words
David’s family was large, so here are more entries from his family:
David “Dick” Tyrrell’s mother wrote a sentiment most mothers would have written. I wonder if this is a general statement or if she was reminding Dick of his temperament: 347 more words
From the Library of Congress’ “New on the Web” feed: The New York Journal, 1896-1899. Yes, a very short archive, but I just spent 30 minutes wandering around in it. You’ve been warned.