Here are two photos I stumbled on the other day I have not made available previously. Enjoy!
This first one is interesting because it is dated as 30 May 1942. Milo and Gladys Ross, Grandpa and Grandma, had only been married about two months. Less than six months later Grandpa would be serving in the Army. I have written more about their life here. This is likely outside the Donaldson home at 629 8th Street in Ogden, Weber, Utah, with the Wasatch Mountains in the background. This is where Gladys’ parents lived at the time.
Here is a picture of Milo Paul Ross at the old home in Plain City, Weber, Utah. The interesting thing about this home is that Milo James Ross was born in this home in 1921. There is a log cabin behind the clapboard. I don’t know the exact years while they lived here, I don’t even know if they were living in it when this photo was taken. At first the home was located just to the north of 2963 N 4200 W in Plain City when Milo was born in it in 1921. At some point, it was dragged to a place on North Plain City Road. I don’t believe it had been moved yet when this picture was taken. It was tore down in the past decade.
Here is another picture of the home taken by Dad in the past 15 years or so.