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Photo of the Month Index
Your Guide to Minerd.com's Monthly Photo 
Feature from January 2021 to the Present

See all years 2000-2005 - 2006-2010
2011-2015 - 2016-2020
- 2021-present

 

~ 2021 ~

 

   
May 2021 - Newsboy Billy Rugh's life and death inspired the city of Gary, IN into mourning and -- unheard of -- shut down its steel mills for an entire day. His grave marker is inscribed with this verse of scripture from the Book of John: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."
   
April 2021 - One of the Founding Fathers portrayed in colonial costume in this color-tinted image was Rev. William Mullen Minerd. The June 1932 pageant in Rockwood, PA, honored the 200th birthday of our nation's first president George Washington, with Rev. Minerd portraying the character of Samuel Allyne Otis, inaugural Secretary of the Senate.
   
March 2021 - Rev. Okey Mayle, Sr. -- the great-grandson of the Native American/Pennsylvania German couple Jacob and Ruth Ann (Adams) Minerd -- was a well known preacher in and around Philippi, WV, and an early leader in the effort to recognize the native heritage on Chestnut Ridge.
   
February 2021 - Tim Freshley behind the wheel of the historic Crosley Hot Shot racing car which he restored and which won the very first Sebring endurance race in Florida on New Year's Eve 1950.
   
January 2021 - The late Ruth Helen (Braem) White Worden of San Diego is surounded by hand-crafted "Bears by Ruth" which she used as gifts for hospitalized University Christian Church members. She was well-known as the character "Miss Ruth" on the "House of Happiness" television show broadcast in San Diego in the 1960s and '70s.
   

 

 

 

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