Dee Stock (left) and Hazel Horsefield share a laugh after dinner at Dee's house. Note the bountiful table. Dee was a very fine cook. The entree was probably moose meat in some form, as Bill was a good hunter. Dee had two stoves in her small kitchen, but she found that her old wood stove made the best bread. The family's wringer washing machine is seen in the corner.
Dee Stock & Hazel Horsefield
KPC Anthropology Lab
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