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"Pa Pa stacking hay on the Sproule place (Brush Creek). Granny in front taking a picture." Hans Larsen Caption taken from photograph.
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Hans and his grandchildren, Mary Jo & Bobby, stand in front a the day's kill together. There is a barn/building in the background. Bobby is holding the elk's head.
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Hans smiles while holding Flossie the foal with Daisy watching.
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Hans and Duane Larsen stand with a coyote caught in a trap. Jack the dog is to the right of Hans and there are mountains and trees in the background.
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"Farmers" (caption from photo album (?), Duane and Hans Larsen stand in their field. The man on the left is holding onto a tool, possibly a shovel or hoe.
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Hans, Hester, and the dog Skipper.
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Hans Larsen, Bobby Trezise, and Mary Jo Trezise pose with the day's hunt. There is a barn/shed in the background on the right as well as an automobile.
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The wedding party of the Figgins' wedding re-enactment as part of Frank & Birdie Figgins' 50th wedding anniversary celebration. From left to right: George Figgins, Frank Figgins, Birdie Figgins, Sadie Macdonell, and Hans Larsen. Alan Meader, in the front, is holding a pillow as ringbearer.
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Hans Larsen walks Birdie Figgins down the aisle at the Figgins' 50th wedding anniversary celebration. Hans 'gave Birdie away' at a re-enactment of their wedding during the celebration.
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Hans Larsen is hanging from the pulley of a hay derrick over a large haystack.
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Hans Larsen is standing on a large pile of hay holding a pitchfork.
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"State Bridge Party September 28, 1930" (caption from photo album) All dressed and somewhere to go. The group of adults includes Hester Larsen (far left), Hans Larsen (center with full suit and hat), and Melissa Larsen (holding her purse in the middle). There is a little boy to the far left and a house in the background.
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Mary Jo, Hans, Bobby, & Hester all pose with an elk on a tractor trailer. There is other farm equipment and buildings in the background.
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Hans Larsen holds his gun and stands beside an elk on a tractor trailer. There is another barn and mountains in the background.
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Hans Larsen can be seen in the background with the horses, wagon, and equipment to dig potatoes. Gladys and Teddy are pictured in the foreground (names from photograph). Teddy appears to be sitting on a full sack of potatoes and there are others scattered throughout the photograph.
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"The family of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen gathered June 21 at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Melissa Trezise to celebrate Larsens' fiftieth wedding anniversary. Present at the dinner [...] were their son, Duane, and his wife Velma; Mrs. Larsen's brothers, Frank Figgins and wife Birdie of Warden, Washington, and their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Lola Lufkin and Joyce of Winthrop, Washington; George Figgins of Eagle, and her sisters, Mrs. Sadie...
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"Daddy, Jack, & 8 Ducks" (caption from photo album) Hans Larsen stands with the family dog, Jack, with a gun and a pipe in his mouth. Larsen fashioned his own belt for carrying ducks while hunting and has 8 around his waist. There is a milk can in the background with the fenceline and a building.
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Hans, (?), and Duane Larsen stand in the field.
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Hans Larsen, along with two other men and a dog, appear to be chopping a tree in the barnyard. There is a fence, trees, and numerous buildings also in the picture.
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The Larsen Family from left to right: Hans, Melissa (linking arms with her father & mother), Mary Hester, and Duane on his bicycle. The family dog, Jack, is also pictured.