In this picture, Evelyn examines a batch of her photographs.
A young Montana couple finds refuge from the harsh Montana winter in their snug kitchen.
A farm family is preparing a meal for their field hands.
On a bright sunny day, Mrs. Cameron captured a heavily laden chuck wagon.
She also captured her own shadow, maybe even intentionally.
Evelyn and her husband had two pet wolves that she often photographed with him with the vast mountains and plains behind them. As a writer, I'm thankful for people like this woman, who preserved this era for posterity in photographs. I love perusing historical photographs wherever I can find them.
One of my aunts collected family history information, and photographs of my mother's family. And my brother has a collection of family historical photos from our father's side of the family. He's scanned many of them and sent the files to me.
Do you have a collection of historical photos from your family's history? How have you used them?
All three books of my McKenna's Daughters Series are available now. Maggie's Journey was awarded the BRMCRC Selah Award for Historical Novel. Mary's Blessing was a Selah Award finalist for Historical Romance. And I received word this week that Catherine's Pursuit is a NTRWA Carolyn Reader's Choice Award Finalist for this year. The winner will be announced in a month or two.
I'm also on the production team, as screenwriter, for the Christian movie, Abducted to Kill. We're now in the pre-production crowd-funding campaign. Please pray for a successful campaign. You can check it out here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/abducted-to-kill-the-christian-movie/x/6657416