Museum the New Llano Colony



Howard Stansbury

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Job in Colony: In July 1934 the regular crew at the print shop included: Lloyd Potter, Harold and Mary Emery, Ben Low, Roy MacDonald, Anna Loutrel, George Leevey, Afton Lewis, Howard Stansbury, Mr. Ranft and Irene Hewitt.

Esther Allen, Mrs. Weatherwax and Bertha Richter helped out on the "Colonist" and "Democrat" days, plus both DeForest and Marvin Sanford could be seen there a good share of the time.

In 1935 Walter Robison was finishing the printing of the Colonist while Howard Stansbury, Mrs. Doehlert, Mrs. Emery and Vivian Crossland wrapped them for the mail.
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In August 1935, he was part of a crew of boys putting together the crates and running the nailer as they worked to fill an order at the crate factory.  

Home in Colony: In January 1937 there was a re-shuffling of homes in the colony -- the Stansburys took a home that had been vacated by the Ike Price family, right in the heart of the village. Lionel and Vivian Crossland took theirs.  

Other Info: He was a member of the junior band organized in 1934; members included Joe (Lentz), Billy (possibly Busick or Ketchen), Byron (Busick), Ernest (could be Ogden or Joynes), Jimmy (Dix), Bill Quinton, Howard, Clarence (Fread), Jack (Lewis or Barnette), Sylvester (Watson) and Lenin Tabb.  

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Sources: "Llano Colonist": July 7, 1934, September 22, 1934, July 13, 1935, August 24, 1935, January 30, 1937