Category Archives: Spokane the city

The Beginning of Military Service: The National Guard, 116th Observation Squadron, 1930-1931

This post is the beginning of the series on Keith’s military experiences.  It is why this blog was named: The Man Who Lived Airplanes.  He loved airplanes, airplane engines and just being a mechanic.  His interests covered fixing anything with … Continue reading

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The year is 1930 in Spokane…

The photo above is wonderful, Miriam is wearing pants.  Why Vivian and Eddie are dressed so fancy I do not know.  Grandpa Ronald always dress carefully and well. The 1930 U.S. Federal Census shows that Keith was still at home … Continue reading

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The Summer and Fall of 1929 – McGoldrick Lumber Company and the Great Northern Railroad

Apparently, graduating from high school did not slow Keith down.  He took a job even before he graduated and he also went to night school. About May of 1929, he was working as a mill hand with the McGoldrick Lumber … Continue reading

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Gonzaga Graduation Ceremony to be held June 7, 1929…

Keith graduated on June 7, 1929 in the school gymnasium from Gonzaga Preparatory High School.  He had taken the Latin Scientific Course. Here is one other version of the graduation photo: Below is a proof sheet for the June 7, 1929 … Continue reading

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