H. Floyd Ellis writes, via our Facebook page: This barn, at least 62 years old, is on the farm previously owned by the late Selma Monroe Shrouder. Upon our grandmother’s death, it was divided among the heirs about 8 years ago. This area/section was then sold.
Selma Shrouder was my daddy’s Uncle. My daddy Clarence Maxwell Nelson has spoke of Selma of him often. I have lived in Wyoming most of my life and I love seeing the pictures of where I was born. Thank you so much for this picture of my relatives barn.
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Love seeing your photographs as they come down the pike. Keep’em coming!
Thanks, Anne! I love making these images, too!