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Krasowski '92 over design - Robert Wilkerson Copyright 1992 Lemhi County History Committee Hon.
Barbara was the Chair- man of the Lemhi County Centennial Committee and in that position organized the "best" County Centen- nial Organization in the State.
Vol- ume Two and Three contain the many interesting fam- ily histories and photographs that were submitted, and also the history of the Pahsimeroi and its people. More than eight hundred different authors contributed information to the book and that is what makes it so very special. Everyone has a right to be proud of their heritage.
Ramona Combs-Stauffer, Marilyn Alford, and Ann Loucks, assisted by many others, worked day after day in physically laying out the entire three volumes; page by page. Double checking all photos for correct captions and matching them to the right story, on the right page.Though stricken with cancer midway through the Centennial, she inspired the best from all of us who worked with her.In my position as Centennial History Chairman, Bar- bara spoke with me often of the challenge of a Lemhi County family and general history book.They deserve the com- munity's praise for their sacrifice and efforts. Many decisions to be made, friendly arguments and disagreements, deadlines to meet, assignments to complete.As Chair- man my main job was to schedule the meetings, stay out of the way, and let the staff continue their efforts. It would have to be a pay as you go process, which had a big blank in the middle until the finished product could be received; ready to be sold. Eight people served: Karen Whitworth, the Pahsimeroi Connection; Bob Loucks, Lemhi County Agent; our Vice Chairman and Computer Coordinator, Marilyn Alford; our Family History Chairperson, Shirley Parmenter; Lemhi County native, teacher, and ranch wife, Janice Neal; Lemhi County native and former English teacher, Phyllis Ca- ples; Salmon City Librarian, Ramona Combs- Stauffer; longtime resident, Doris Brown; and Chairman, Mag- istrate Judge Fred Snook. Two main decisions: Should we have a Pioneer sec- tion for those people born before 1890 or a straight alphabetical arrangement?