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Alice (#47083912)
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Bio Photo If anyone wants a transfer, I'll hand it over, even if it is in my own family. Just please use the EDIT tab for your request.
Thanks everyone. Keep up the great work out there.
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Diana
RE: Zella E Kimball Memorial
Don't want you to remove the article, I like it and think it was very nice of you to put it on her memorial! Don't think too many people know of her, probably only her direct family?
Not sure how long the family lived at Fern Hill, the house at 84th & D Street was where my Mother was born at in 1907 is still there. The family move to 4310 South K Street after Zella died, but you never know the families may have known each other. There weren't that many people in those days!
Do you live in Washington?
Added by Diana on Sep 18, 2014 12:29 PM
NWpioneer
RE: OTC bios
The history is interesting isn't it. FYI, I am finding this info on a California newspaper archive site that is outstanding because they include the text of the article which makes it quicker to transcribe. But you usually have to clean up the text a bit because the OCR is not perfect. Here is the site:

http://cdnc.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/cdnc

I just used the simple search: tacoma died, and have found many obits that were taken from Tacoma papers and printed in California papers. Since it is not easy to access early Tacoma papers on the internet, this is one way to do it.

Check out the sad tale I placed on the Iona Carver Mollestad memorial in Tacoma cemetery.
Added by NWpioneer on Sep 17, 2014 1:04 PM
 

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