Monthly Archives: September 2014

Family Home

This is such an incredible photo to me. It’s on the next page of Louisa’s scrapbook and it’s an original photo of the house she grew up in. It’s large too measuring about 7 ½” x 9”. Here is the … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into the Past & (her) Present of Louisa Leggett Ransom

Well, I found her, our next storyteller, and this remarkable woman has the kind of life one only dreams of. She also lived the kind of life one would never wish to have. Confusing??? Well let me explain. Her name … Continue reading

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September 15th, 1883 Goodbye Ernestine!!

Sally here: I’m sad because we only have two more days left of Ernestine’s diary entries. Seems she decided not to keep up with her diary entries after she left New York. So here are her last two entries and … Continue reading

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