The depression was not yet in full swing. My grandfather Wilson needed to travel to Colorado for summer courses that would allow him to teach back in Michigan. From left to right: Great uncle Brewster ( age 15 ), my grandfather Harry R. Wilson, Aunt Bobbie, my grandmother Winifred Wilson, my mother Shirley Wilson and my great aunt Margaret ( age 13 ). I cannot imagine what it would have been like to travel cross country in 1929. Love the camping gear strapped to the fenders.
I have another imagine from this same cross country adventure. It is located here: Feeding the Bears - Yellowstone National Park
Photographs from the collection of Harry Snowden