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One of my coworkers at the Des Moines Register was Gene Raffensperger, an excellent reporter with a delicious sense of humor.
This photo, taken May 26, 1904, shows Will Beckley (Images of the Past, June 17, 2020 “Bloomfield Creamery, 1912”) with his horse and buggy. They are stopped adjacent to the Wabash railroad depot on the west side of Bloomfield. In the background, over Beckley’s shoulder, is the Wabash Grocery.