HBT Photo Album PA11 Jim2 1957-1985 La Canada family
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• album page HBT_PA11_01
•  Jim Truher Jr., Eliot Junior High School, 1949.
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•  Jim Truher Jr., Eliot Junior High School, 1950.
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•  Jimmie T's first grade class picture, at Sauvies Island, Spring 1940, not far from Portland.
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•  Jimmie T's Christmas letter to his father, 1942
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•  A & B. Frost Amphetheater, Stanford University graduation ceremonies for Jim2, 1957.

C. Jim2 and Jim1 standing.
Joby at left, Michael Truher hold JWT3, HBT seated at left.

Babtism of JWT3. Joby holding Jim3. Joby's mother at left. May Truher, JWT1's sister is at right.
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•  A. Joby hold JWT3.
B. Joby's mother hold JWT3.
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•  A. JWT1,3,2
B. JWT3 with mother Joby
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•  A. JWT1, Jack, Michael, JWT3, JWT2

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•  D, E, F Sarah Truher in Spring of 1960 joins her brother.
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•  top: Sarah being held by Joby in backyard of Altadena home, 803 Morada Place.

bot: Sarah Truher
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• various views of Joby and Jim2 with Jim3 and Sarah. Picture B has Helen Burke Truher holding Sarah.
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•  Picture A. Jim2 is holding baby, but could be Julie or Jim3? This picture may not be time sequenced for this page.

Picture B. Sarah, Jim3, Julie.

Picture C. Jim3 and Julie are with grandmother Helen Truher. Sarah closer to mother Joby.

Picture D. Jim2 and Jim1 Truher at 803 Morada place with Jim1's 1957 Cadillac in background.

Picture F. Mary Pat.
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•  Picture A. Jim3 with Julie and Sarah.

Picture C. Grandmother Nelson with Joby's four children at New Years' day by float assembly on early morning before parade on Jan. 1st.

Picture E. Jim2-Joby four kids with Jim1 and Joby in background. This is at 245 Hillside Road, South Pasadena, Jim1's new house.

Picture F. Mary Pat with dolls.
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•  Various pictures of Jim3 and Sarah. Picture E has the four Jim2-Joby children.
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•  All of Julie Truher.
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•  Picture E. shows Jim2 in foreground with red sweater in 1971 encounter at 245 Hillside, South Pasadena, as explained below.

Picture F. At right among three men is John Wright, Jim2 college friend who killed himself and wife in a Nevada (?) air show. Jim wrote:

"John Wright and his wife Barbara were among my best friends at Stanford and for many years after - Job and I spent our honeymoon at John's parents' 500,000 acre cattle ranch in Nevada; John was in my fraternity (Delta Tau Delta), an Air Force pilot, a chief pilot for Pan American. He killed himself and wife in 1983 in a rebuilt WWII Mustang Fighter plane while showing off, flying 200 mph, upside down, 500 feet above the ground."

Steve Doctor next to John Wright was a good friend in college too and later. He played fullback on football team, was a Delt and a fellow commiserater at Stanford. I’m pretty sure the left most in this photo is Lucky Palmieri who was/is a good friend of Steve’s.
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•  Picture A is Jim3.

Picture B & C. Mary Pat.

Picture D. Jim1 and Jim2.

Picture E. Helen, Michael, Joby, Jim2, Jim 1.
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•  usual subjects
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•  family on 245 Hillside property.
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•  Picture C is Mary Pat with Sarah.
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•  same family growing up.
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•  Picture C. is Kathy (Jim3 wife) with Jim1 and Jim3 receiving present from Mary Pat.
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•  Picture C is Jim1 with son Michael.
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•  page features Jim3 and Kathy wedding. Picture C is Sarah. Picture E is Mary Pat being assisted..
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•  Jim3 baby Jim4 has appeared being held in Picture B by great grandmother Helen Truher.
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•  some duplicates from previous page
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•  features mother Kathy with Jim3.
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•  page features Jim3 and Jim 4.
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•  Jim 4 at top. Jim1,3,4 at bottom.
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•  Julie, Mary Pat, Joby at top with Jim2 at right. Jim2 and Jim3 at bottom.
• album page HBT_PA11_31
•  Photo gallery on west wall of Jim & Helen Truher home in South Pasadena. These pictures were stable for many years. Perhaps Jack will return in a later revision to identify the various memories which Helen enjoyed for so long.
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•  same wall of photos, enlarged for better resolution, but not much improvement for the effort.