Lee Kelly tells of early days in area

Lee Kelly tells of early days in area

Courtesy Photo/Montezuma County Historical society, sterl thomas family
Sterl Thomas’ wagon shown with a load of freight from Guillet Brothers General Merchandise. Lee Kelly is the freighter and the teams were broken to the jerk line. The freight wagon was probably going to River View (Aneth, Utah, prior to 1889). The Guillet Brothers store was located on Main Street. The McEwen Hall was erected on their site (now the Threads ‘n Stones building).
Courtesy Photo/Cortez Newspapers, Centennial Edition, 1986
Sheriff and top Hands, Montezuma County 1892. Top row left to right, Charlie Day, editor of Journal; Lee Kelly, freighter; and Harry Ausbum. Bottom row left to right, Sheriff Sterl Thomas, Em Guillet and Herm Guillet.

Lee Kelly tells of early days in area

Courtesy Photo/Montezuma County Historical society, sterl thomas family
Sterl Thomas’ wagon shown with a load of freight from Guillet Brothers General Merchandise. Lee Kelly is the freighter and the teams were broken to the jerk line. The freight wagon was probably going to River View (Aneth, Utah, prior to 1889). The Guillet Brothers store was located on Main Street. The McEwen Hall was erected on their site (now the Threads ‘n Stones building).
Courtesy Photo/Cortez Newspapers, Centennial Edition, 1986
Sheriff and top Hands, Montezuma County 1892. Top row left to right, Charlie Day, editor of Journal; Lee Kelly, freighter; and Harry Ausbum. Bottom row left to right, Sheriff Sterl Thomas, Em Guillet and Herm Guillet.
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