Sunday, September 8, 2019

Charles Grogg was a linotype operator and printer at the Walla Walla Bulletin newspaper until 1921. Photos courtesy of Phil Norris.

Charles Grogg (left) on a posed advertising postcard for Goodell & Sons sign makers & job printers. His shop sign at 128 E Alder can be seen down the street, and that may be Goodell on the right 
Charles Grogg & son Walter marching up Main Street past 2nd Avenue in 1913

Grogg and family at their house at 638 Balm Street.

Marjorie Grogg by the Wedding Fountain in City Park (later Pioneer Park) about 1920

Walter Grogg (at the X) with Sharpstein School kids in Miss Scott's class about 1917
Charles Grogg standing by a Tex Rankin airplane probably on the McCool airstrip in either 1915 or 1919-20.