Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Setting the Tree

In 1950, the town of Westernport got help from the family business, Reeves Motor Company, to haul the Christmas tree from the Keyser bridge to town, then lift it into place. That's Uncle Harry standing against the back of the truck.

15 comments:

Anna C said...

Love that photo and such a wonderful piece of history. Your lo is very beautiful!

Tracey ~ GardenOfGrace said...

Wow!! What a wonderful photo to have to scrap. You sure did it justice too! Love ever little detail! ~ Blessings

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

scrappyhappymom said...

Amazing that you have that photo Cindy. I love to see your vintage layouts. Awesome job.

Sabrina said...

Hi Cindy!! That's a wonderful photo for scrapping!! Beautiful LO, so classy!! :) Thanks a lot for your kind words at my blog, I truly very appreciate! Have a great day today with your loved ones!! :)))

Jennifer said...

A stunning Lo with the delicate borders and masking! LOVE this photo and the story behind it! :)

Margo said...

Lovely !
Hugs
Margo

Chris Powell said...

what a lovely story Cendy ,Merry Christmas
Chris

Kay said...

What an amazing photo to have! You captured it perfectly...lovely page!

Carin McDonough said...

Oooh that is goreous I just love this page! :)

Cynthia Lloréns said...

Hi sweet first of all thanks for the lovely comments on my blog!!!
You did a amazing and wonderful work in this page I love that photo!!
I wish a wonderful weekend.
Big kisses and huges from Brazil
Cynthia

misty said...

Gorgeous! Love that masking!

KellyCreates said...

Incredible photo and wonderful design...love the white stencil/masks!!

Darlene S. said...

What a cool old photo to have! I love those gems! :) The snowflake mask looks so festive and cute! :)

Katherine B said...

just was wondering if you could jot me a line letting me know what papers and stuff you are using for these last coupla layouts-am so digging the darker shades and your stenciling work :)

Katherine B said...

or is it called masking??? sorry about that-it's the insomnia :)