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Meet the Renningers: 1941

Meet the Renningers: 1941

September 1941. "Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Renninger with sons Richard and Winfield, members of the Two River Non-Stock Cooperative, FSA co-op. Waterloo, Nebraska." Medium format acetate negative by Marion Post Wolcott for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

 

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And Harvey's obituary

also from the Fremont Tribune, 28 February 1958. He apparently sold his farm in 1949 and began a home-building business, Town & Country Construction Company.

For the "Win"

Win Renninger was a mover and shaker in Fremont, Nebraska. Unfortunately, he died young, at 44. This clip is from the March 1, 1974, Fremont Tribune. He had recently moved to Wisconsin to work for the Credit Union National Association.

Cool kitty

A very handsome family, and Kitty is really digging it!

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