The man on the right of the photo looks so familiar, but I can't put a name on him. Surely someone will know. Wonder what they are watching, as if this is the 40's it is before t.v.
charlott on 29th November 2012 @ 8:03am
Sure is a tattered bedspread.
Charlott, I think the guy on the left looks familiar. He must be in previous photos.
l.e. on 29th November 2012 @ 9:11am
Wow, look at that early version of a GoPro sitting on the bedside table :)
Dan on 29th November 2012 @ 9:32am
In the Joe Young tag, photo #452 has lots of information about Joe Young and the fire dept.
l.e. on 29th November 2012 @ 11:09am
Hmmm...the fellow on the right reminds me of Mr. Calmettes - Ray?
Susan Baldwin on 29th November 2012 @ 3:35pm
Finished scanning the Joe Young negatives today. There were 417 total negatives, a little more than I had originally estimated. Now the fun part begins, cataloging and indexing.
Matt Carmichael on 29th November 2012 @ 6:46pm
Yes, the man on the right is Ray Calmettes. His family owned the Heights Flower Shop for many years.
Norma Jubitz Simpson on 30th November 2012 @ 7:06am
The man on the left is Bud Collins and the right Ray Calmettes.
Bonnie Crown on 30th November 2012 @ 3:36pm
It is great to once in a while get some names to the faces.
It sounds like Bud Collins was involved with the Hood River Museum.
l.e. on 2nd December 2012 @ 6:33pm
Would "Joe Young" be by any chance Joseph Bayard Young, son of Wallie & Bertha, husband of Dorothea? If so, he's my first cousin twice removed (my grandmother's first cousin). This is a wonderful photo site, and I can't wait to explore it further! I'm currently scanning my great-grandmother's photo album (the Laffertys lived in Hood River and Odell).
Nancy Trotic on 31st December 2012 @ 7:07pm
(L) Charles 'Bud' Collins. (R) Ray Calmettes
Susan Collons Stebner on 10th February 2014 @ 12:46pm