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1915 Ford

1933 ChevyMary Casey, Harold, Alfred, and David in front of the 1933 Chevy.

Casey, MarionOley's Father

Casey, Mary (nee Hill)Here is Mary Casey, my Grandmother, standing with Joe Friederich, Oley's sister Myrtle and my brother Alfred. 1936
I'm the one in the window on the left, making a face

Dad's Home

Friederich HomesteadThis was the old homestead, built about 1835. Harold, David and Al were born in this house. The family that lived in it in 1849 died in the Cholera epidemic that swept the country during that period. Joe bought it from his brother, Charles, in about January of 1923. This picture was taken in 1962 while it was going through some painting and after the front porch had been removed.
The picket fenced garden that almost hid the front of the house from the road. It had permanent paths with flowering plants, rose bushes, Peonies, Lilacs, Gooseberry bushes, Rhubarb, Asparagus and vegetable beds... These were all in the distant past, stripping it of the look and feel of the warn happy homestead it had once been... Several years later it was bulldozed into a rubble that lies in a small thicket of white locust trees on the prairie...the only sounds now are the rustle of the leaves in the prairie breezes, the twitter of the birds and the occasional rustle of a cottontail rabbit.

Friederich, Davehome on leave from the Navy, posing with his family and a neighbor

Friederich, David and Delores50 years later

Friederich, Harold, left, Ola holding David, and Hazel

Friederich, Hazel1942 photo-- Born August 18th 1922

Friederich, Hazel, Alfred, David and Harold

Friederich, Hazel, David, Alfred with Harold--Home on leave in 1946.

Friederich, Joe and OlaJoe and Ola loved music.
Joe wrote on the back of this photo, sent to his brother in 1922, "This is to Twins".

Friederich, Joe and Ola Joe & Ola Friederich, on their Wedding Day. They were married at the Catholic Church in Eufuala, Oklahoma on May 5th, 1921.

Friederich, Joseph at the World's Fair in 1904

Friederich, Ola (nee Casey)Ola on her and Joe's wedding day in Oklahoma

Friederich, Ola (nee Casey)In front of one of our Chicken Houses in Illinois

Friederich, Ola with Hazel, Harold and DavidVisiting at our Uncle's farm that was near ours in Illinois

Friederich, Peter and unknownDavid A Friederich's Grandfather is on the left when he was 21 yrs old in 1900. No idea who the other person is. Peter worked at the Planters Hotel in St Louis on the Riverfront as a Bellboy in 1900.

Friederich, Peter J.Joe's brother

Going Into Town With Friends

Henderson, David and Friederich, JoeJoe and his best friend, David, in Oklahoma. Joe named his son, David A., after him.
This David later died of cancer of the ear.

Henry our Pet Rooster

Jumbo Steam EngineThis is the Jumbo steam engine that was used to pull the threshing machine and to run it after it was set up.

Jumbo Threshing MachineThe threshing machine coming into our farmyard on the way to out pasture behind the barn where the huge pile of straw would be easily accessible for winter bedding for the livestock and for use on the concrete floors in the chicken houses in the winter. A vague outline of the barn can be seen over the top of the Jumbo with one of the farm Implement storage buildings on the left.

Making HayJoseph Friederich Making Hay in Oklahoma in 1912.
He's on the left with his hand around the post.

Oklahoma HousePicture Taken While Joe Friederich Lived In Oklahoma from 1906/1922
My Dad used to sit on the porch and target practice with his pistol hitting things on the rock in the South Canadian River
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