These are some McBride and Sikes heirlooms passed down from family.
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McBride / King
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                Trunk, Dining Room Table from McBride Ranch, Wood Carved Mantle Clock, Oil Lamp converted to electricity by Don, Poster-Back (spindle) straight chair, Picture painted from a slide Edgerton B. Sprague took on the Isle of Arran Scotland.

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Jonathan and Caroline Sikes
The big brass bucket was used at the Sikes Ranch for rendering lard or some such purpose. Mom (Jean) had it shined up and it was by the fireplace in our Antelope Rd. house.<>BR A. W. Co. Waltham Mass.

Ladder back straight chair - Marbel top night stand purchased from neighbors in Big Oak Mobilhome park.
Rocking Chair from Tahoe Cabin purchased by Orpha Farmer.
Caned (webbing) Chair ?
Old Wall Telephone like the one the McBride and Sikes families had in the early 1900's. Given to Sandy Mcbride by Dean Osburn, a state farm agent who worked out if his office.

Things at other places:
Round Oak Table - Jean and Sandy bought from Charles and Ethel Lauppe.
As I recall they bought the Lauppe house across from the Antelope store when they were married in 1942.
Tom has it (the table) now.

The wall clock form the Sikes Ranch at the Tahoe cabin.