Here’s a wrap-up from a clearly successful Christmas 1910 in Skidmore, Missouri. From the December 29, 1910 Skidmore New Era, page 1: Santa Claus Made Things Hum Christmas Week. Christmas has past and as the holiday week is drawing to… Read moreMay Santa Claus Live Forever – Christmas 1910 in Skidmore
Captain John Grigsby of Skidmore, Missouri purchases two Stevens Duryea touring cars for his grandsons, John Barber and Willie Barber, in 1910.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Miller of Skidmore, Missouri visit friends in Indiana in 1910.
Rees Hardware Company of Skidmore, Missouri hosts a special sale on buggies and brings in the crowd in 1910.
Although recordkeeping success stories seldom make the news, we were delighted to find this one in the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri) June 3, 1910 edition, page 1: Circuit Clerk Completes Big Task We clip the following from the Nodaway… Read moreCircuit Clerk Completes Big Task
Robert Barrett of Skidmore, Missouri, celebrates his 60th birthday in 1910 with his family.
The Skidmore, Missouri Teddy Bears play the Fairfax, Missouri team in basket ball (basketball) in 1910.
The December 22, 1910 Skidmore New Era reported this story – undoubtedly Mrs. Dawson’s best present ever – on its front page. Mrs. Esau Dawson Greatly Surprised Mother and Sons Meet for First Time Since Boys Were Placed in Orphan’s… Read moreMrs. Esau Dawson Greatly Surprised