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Roger "Rod" Fallon, son of Jeremiah and Eleanor Fallon, (1880-1900), photograph
Baker, W. T
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City of Dublin Ca. Heritage Center
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Dublin Heritage Park and Museums
Collection of the Dublin Heritage Museum
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ROGER FALLON (1853-1932) Shown here is a photograph of Rod Fallon in the late 1800s. Born in Dublin, he was the son of Jeremiah and Eleanor Fallon. He died in the house in which he was born. He was an outstanding cattleman and roper. Page 28, Dublin Reflections and Bits of Valley History, by Virginia Smith Bennett.
1 photograph : b&w ; 14 x 10 cm. Size with mat 17 x 11 cm.
Pioneer Families of Dublin (Calif.)
Portrait photographs--California--Dublin
Fallon, Roger, 1853-1932

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