Interviewer: Henrietta Karwowski Person Interviewed: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith Location: South Bend, Indiana Age: 83 Place of Residence: 127 North Lake Street, South Bend, Indiana Henrietta Karwowski, Field Worker Federal Writers’ Project St. Joseph County-District #1 South Bend, Indiana EX-SLAVES MR. AND MRS. ALEX SMITH 127 North Lake Street South Bend, Indiana Mr. and
A man of great adaptability, with vigor to carry him through his various undertakings, and wisdom to guide him in the safe path, and, withal, possessed of executive force to manipulate enterprises with success, the subject of this article is a man to whom we gladly accord representation in this volume of Harney county history.
Wallowa County, Oregon Ralph Stubblefield, 87, of La Grande, died Sunday, August 27, 1978, at the La Grande Nursing Home. He was born February 4, 1891. at Enterprise to Robert and Mary (Foust) Stubblefield. He farmed in Wallowa and Union counties for many years. Mr. Stubblefield was married to Frances Buzzard October 4, 1911, at
Terry Thompson Stubblefield, M.C.R.
In many of the walks of life are those in Wallowa County who have labored faithfully for the opening of the country and the subduing of nature’s wilds, but there are none who have met face to face the hardships of the pioneer, and done battle with the opposing forces of the obstacles of the