‘No Place Like Emporium: The Magic Valley’

 

Thanks for the mention in the “Echo.”  You got it pretty close.

My dad worked for the Penna RR in the chemistry lab, and he rented a room in my granddad’s house (Charley and Mary Clark), where he met my mother, Cecil Clark.  They married.   He was wounded in WWI, discharged and went to work for the government.  He eventually, about 1937-38, ended up as the “Investigator In Charge of the Alcohol, Tax and Firearms Division” headquartered in Detroit.

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