Pete,I would like to read the account and story of the day the United States Army bivouacked in the open field in Frogtown and how they used Mrs. Kalm's backyard to park their supply wagons and dug their latrine pit in Hedavery's corn field. Also, their giving Mrs. Kalm a ham for using her yard.F.W.
Monica Kalm with son, David. The Kalm family lived, for a time, adjacent to the opened field in Frogtown where the army held their bivouac. The house where they lived is no longer there. (Photo courtesy of Claire Kalm Allen.)
George Hedevary and Ervie Cramer. Can any car buffs out there give me an idea of the make and year of the car? It may help to date the photo. (Photo courtesy of Betty Lamson West)