The Baldwin-Whitehall Patch has partnered with the Baldwin Historical Society to bring you a weekly trivia question that delves into our area's colorful past.
Pat Lombardi and Patty Woehler, co-presidents of the society, generously write the questions and provide the pictures.
Here is this week's question:
This picture was taken around 1923 at William Dryer's house in the Baldwin area.
The men from Dryer's neighborhood had just returned home from a successful hunting trip in Greene County. Hanging from the truck were their catches of rabbit, grouse, pheasant and squirrel. These animals would be dressed and used for food during the cold winter months.
Hunting was a great pastime for the men in this area.
Pictured are, front row, Walter Glasser, Ulrich Matthis, George Matthis, William Dryer and Bill Dryer and back row, Tom Maudice, Norman Glasser, Robert Glasser, William Smith, Joe Matthis and Moritz Clausnitzer.
Which Baldwin neighborhood were these men from?
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