S: Christensen Family
1: The Children of Hans and Mina Christensen Walt Christensen (never married) Louie Christensen (wife Agnes) John Christensen (wife Olga) Miller Christensen (wife Linda) Eleanor Christensen Sill (Rosco) Helmer "Dutch" Christensen (wife Vera) Hertha Christensen Sinclair (Hugh) Hertha is a twin to Annie Christensen McCuen (John) Leo Christensen (wife Vera) Dutch and Hertha were twins. WWI Vets. Eleanor and Rosco ranch in Neb. Other info off line | The Children of John and Mary Rasmussen Olga Marie Rasmussen Christensen Chriss Rasmussen | The Children of John and Olga Christensen Joyce Dobbs ( Lawrence) John Christensen Harvey Christensen (Delores) Beverly Olson (Harold) Mary Grage (Rolland) | The Children of Joyce Dobbs Shari Aries Richard Dobbs | The Children of Harvey Christensen Dennis Christensen Leslee Grau Barry Christensen Susan Christensen Shannon Rogge | The Children of Beverly Olson Harold Olson Jr. Sharon Sass | The Children of Mary Grage Karen Soenen Rolland Grage Cheryl Barkve Paul Grage
2: Mina Christensen | Hans P. Christensen | Hans and Mina Christensen with their children
3: Men in back row: Women in front row:
4: Remember | John and Anna Marie Rasmussen | Anna Marie Christensen Rasmussen Born: May 7th, 1887 Died: May 9th, 1974 | Mary Rasmussen with daughter Olga and son Chriss
7: Mary Rasmussen and Mina Christensen with their grandchildren
8: John Melvin Christensen and Olga Marie Rasmussen United in Marriage on ???????? | Shari has another wed pic of them I want to put in book
10: O | Olga Marie Rasmussen
13: Box 235 | bear container on my camera from mom and dads honeymoon
14: With Fred Saunders and the float for Olson's Produce in Manilla's Diamond Jubilee Parade | With Joyce, Mary, Shari, Olga, Beverly and Harold Jr. | With one of Mary's girlfriends | find fish clipart
15: Grandpa and Karen | Grandpa and the Grage Kids | "Chile" today and "Hot Tamale!"
18: Verne Gagne and Mad Dog Vachone
19: Not sure she watched these?
21: Harold, Mary and Jack
30: Scans of John's other papers
32: Joyce and Fritz
33: Dee and Harvey
34: Bev and Harold
37: Rolland and Mary
38: Nieces and nephews grad
40: Aunts and Uncles with nieces and nephews
42: Sister poem quote etc.
44: Mary with nieces and nephews some that broke all her dolls!
46: Brothers and Sisters
47: Sharon visited the church in Denmark where Grandma Rasmussen was baptized and married
50: Jack, Hertha and Eleanor when visiting Eleanor in California | get names from mom | Hertha and Olga while visiting Eleanor in California | Jack and Hertha on California Trip
51: stats on chriss and violet | chriss and violets kids
52: Harvey's Cafe
53: Olga's Kitchen | Tapioca, Bread Pudding, Hi-C, Homemade Chicken and Noodles, Pumpkin Pie, Rhubarb Sauce with Ice Cream, Red Jello with Hand Beaten Whipped Cream.
54: Astor, Iowa
55: Astor Cemetary | The Astor Cemetery is located near the site of the defunct town of Astor, Iowa. Astor was in Crawford County, but Astor Cemetery is in Shelby County, Iowa. The town buildings were physically moved to present day Manilla, Crawford County, Iowa to take advantage of the railroad lines. Many early settlers of Astor and Manilla are buried there. The town of Manilla, Iowa has two other cemeteries: Nishnabotna Cemetery and Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
57: Manilla cont.
58: Manilla Cafe Fern Carey and Jerry Perry in front of Fern's restaurant. | Tommy's Candy Kitchen 1946 Tommy Varlamous (owner), Fred Wenzel, John Carey, Leo Gallagher
59: Standing: Art Farley, Al Langheim, Ed Christianson, Unknown, Unknown, Bargenquast Kneeling: Engineer, Frank Means, Henry Dubral, White, Gooie Operman | Train crew. | "German" Lutheran Church in Manilla (next to Great Grandma's)
60: The Klondike Hotel was built on the street that in 1897 was named Railroad Street. It faced to the west toward the bustling Milwaukee tracks and depot. An access road was completed shortly after the hotel was built which directly connected the Hotel with the Depot. The local dray man was kept busy shuttling passengers and luggage along this roadway.
62: A Chamber Pot next to bed. | Rope bolted to the floor was used in case of fire. The rope was to be thrown out the window and shimmied down for escape. | The towel says: Property of the Pullman Company (railroad).
63: Each room was marked with a number and that same number was marked on the bed in that room. | A sign in the hotel lobby warns railroad workers against coming in late at night, sleeping in a bed and then leaving in the early morning without paying for the room!
64: On Saturday May 10th our Haunting Paranormal Intervention team investigated the Klondike Hotel. With frequent paranormal events, encounters and reports by others at the Klondike Hotel it made the Hotel an appealing and intriguing historic place to investigate. In our investigation we came up with a lot of credible evidence and still have a lot of video footage and photos to get through so we will be posting the evidence of our paranormal encounters at the Klondike Hotel soon. One thing we captured was Ella, the little girl that was reported numerous times running on the second floor of the Klondike Hotel dancing. She danced to children's music we played on our music player during Saturday night's investigation. Rocking chairs have been found rocking with no one around. A few have had to leave the hotel because of headaches and heavy feelings. We want to encourage people to see and visit the Klondike Hotel as it has an interesting historic past that holds the existence of the paranormal.
65: Check out the two windows to the right.In the picture above. The women in other windows are members of a paranormal research team. The images of the women in the other windows are?
66: Birthdays Hans Christensen Mina Christensen John Rasmussen Mary Rasmussen John Christensen Olga Christensen Fritz Dobbs Joyce Dobbs --Shari --Dick John Christensen Harvey Christensen Dee Christensen --Dennis --Leslie -- Barry --Susan --Shannon Harold Olson Beverly Olson --Harold Jr. --Sharon Rolland Grage Mary Grage --Karen --Butch -- Cheryl --Paul
67: Poem Memorial Picture?