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Modern Woodmen of the World, Porterville, Calif., 1906
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Tulare County Library, Annie R. Mitchell History Room
California Revealed from Tulare County Library
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Modern Woodmen of the World gather around the Porterville, CA, headstone of Orson J. Casteet, who died in 1898. Seated, left to right, are Tom Ferguson, Tom Bump, Bob Higgins and Bert Reinhart. Standing are Dick Hershburger, George Harp, Bill Bennett, Fred Wilcox, Lon Oldham, Bert Sutherland, Roy Popplewell, unknown, Andy Conte, Munroe, Ed Dorsay, Mr. Byers, John Bennett, 3 unknowns, John Witt, Charles Berry, Jake Green, and Jake Gillian. (Photo courtesy of Porterville Library)
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