Looking Back

 

This post card, generously submitted by subscriber Phil Breeden was sent January 30, 1917 by Ernest Worley, who had just arrived in Pine Bluffs, to his brother Dean Worley of Carpenter, asking if he has time to come for Ernest. The caption on the post card is A Bird's Eye View of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, and still bears the two cent stamped used to mail it.

100 Years Ago

June 17, 1915

Hats off to Burns

We understand that Burns has finally decided not to celebrate the Fourth this year and the people of Pine Bluffs feel like extending her a vote of thanks, knowing that this decision was rendered because we were putting on a celebration here.

It was thought for some time that Burns would celebrate and some plans and arrangements were being made to that effect. We argued the point with some of the leading men there that, as Pine Bluffs was planning a celebration, and whereas Burns celebrated last year and whereas she has the county fair, and wher...



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