The Red and White store used to be a familiar feature on Mashell Ave. For years you’d walk in and find Keith Malcom and Jesse Dawkins ready to serve you.
The building is no longer standing, and …
Ohop Valley Poetry - unknown author
Here’s a poem about Ohop Valley written years back by an unknown source. Thank you anonymous writer.
Photos courtesy of Kjelstad family, poem courtesy of Linda Lewis.
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Ohop Valley, early 1900s
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