|Catalog Number||D.II.118.A, B|
|Description||View of Ginnett family and their home near Lake Campbell. Children on ground are, left to right, Albert. V. Ginnett, George and Sarah Ginnett. Phoebe Ann Well Ginnett stands in the middle by elderly man, her stepfather Grandpa Johnson. Samuel Ginnett homesteaded near the lake in 1884 and discovered copper on his farm in 1907. The mine was developed by the Matrix Mining and Milling Company in 1919. Samuel Ginnett died in 1919 at age 80, leaving behind four sons, Robert, Walter, Sam and Albert V. Ginnett, and a daughter, Sarah Ginnett Torpy. See photo of Walter Ginnett, WF 0784.|
Place - Fidalgo Island
Structure - Residence
Animal - Horse
|Credit line||Donated by Wallie Funk|
GINNETT, Albert V.
GINNETT, Phoebe Ann Well
GINNETT, Sam, Jr.
GINNETT, Walter Scott
TORPEY, Sarah "Sadie" GINNETT
|Place||Fidalgo Island, WA|
Matrix Mining and Milling Company
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|