My fathers’ parents came into adulthood during the Great Depression. My Grandpa Harmon had to build a home for his mother, two sisters and himself in “free land” in the Missouri Ozarks after they lost their family home. He did this while staying in high school and finally graduating. He went on to support a family of seven as a carpenter and a union member. My Grandma Harmon worked in the home. She never learned how to drive and kept house and raised five children. This picture is of my fathers sisters as adults sitting in front of the cabin Grandpa Harmon built for them in Like Kiln Hollow in Crawford County.