Tim Purdy

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  1. Thank You Tim and everyone who brings all the old stuff up its Great !!! If you get in touch with Bonnie Daily i know she has pictures of our Grandfather loging the area with horses and such He was John Stewart he also brought alot of the train cars in from camp 10 and was used for homes in town this i know for sure as we hd one as a home !! Thanks again Tim !!!!

  2. Lived in Susanville in the late 1960’s. Left some snow angels in Memorial Park. Worked on Main St. Even lived on Main St before I left for the glamour of the “Big City”.
    What do you know about Ward Lake?

    1. I was born in Susanville 1936, about 3 houses north of Potters Maternity Home. Was raised in Susanville. Ward Lake is about 12 miles east of Susanville. My dad took me fishing at Ward Lake about 1946 we caught a few Crappie, we fished there almost every year up until 1961 when I moved away. I remember it was a shallow lake. When camping there about 1951, waded all the way across and found the only place over our head was a small channel in the middle of the lake. The sad part was I went out to visit with a cousin who lived by Ward Lake about 2006 It was dry. I don’t think they ever intend to let it fill again. Robert L. Ramey

  3. I have some pictures of the Richmond School house as it changed over the years. My family lived in it in the 1980s-1990s.

  4. Thank you for your research Tim. My mom took my brother Chuck and I to Herlong when we were maybe 2-3 years old. That was around 1944/45. That was our “home”. We moved around, but always returned to Herlong. Are you part of the Herlong alumni? It includes Susanville, Milford, Janesville and Doyle to name a few. You’ll be welcomed I’m sure.

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