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Scrapbook for Darwin Engstrom (1908 - 1990)

A collection of photographs during the life of Darwin Engstrom.



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2 Scrapbook
2a Photograph taken about 1929
2b Photograph taken in early 1930's with parents at their home in Huntsville, Utah
2c Photograph taken about 1938
2d Colorized photograph of previous photograph
2e Photograph taken about 1950
2f Photograph of Darwin and Helen taken about 1950
2g Darwin and Helen Engstrom and their children at their 50th Anniversary
2h Photograph taken in at the Mesa Temple on 23 March 1985
2i Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from December 1939 to April 1947
2j Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from April 1947 to November 1954
2k Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from May 1956 to late 1970's
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Photograph taken about 1929


Taken about 1929






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Photograph taken in early 1930's with parents at their home in Huntsville, Utah


Taken in early 1930's






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Photograph taken about 1938


Taken about 1938






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Colorized photograph of previous photograph


Taken about 1940






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Photograph taken about 1950


Taken about 1950






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Photograph of Darwin and Helen taken about 1950


Taken about 1950






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Photograph of Darwin at his desk in his office taken in early 1950's


Taken in early 1950

On June 1, 1945, Darwin Engstrom opened his accounting office located in the Boyd Building on the Southwest corner of 18th and Carey. After several years the office was relocated to the Southwest corner of 19th and Warren. His brother Lloyd joined him following World War II and stayed in the office for about five years. Mr. Engstrom did the bookkeeping for several local businesses. He also prepared annual income tax returns for numerous Cheyenne residents, also for many former residents, who preferred to have him continue to prepare their returns even though they no longer lived in the area.

In the mid 1970's, Mr. Engstrom sold the business to Freeman & Sherman."




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Darwin and Helen Engstrom and their children at their 50th Anniversary


Fiftieh anniversary photograph

This picture was taken on their fiftieth anniversary while living in a mobile home park in Yuma, Arizona. An Anniversary party was held in the Park clubhouse where this picture was taken. Seated in front are Helen and Darwin Engstrom. In back are (left to Right) their son, Donald and his wife, Carolyn; Michael and Linda Rehart. Linda is Darwin and Helen's daughter.






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Photograph taken in at the Mesa Temple on 23 March 1985


Taken in 1985






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Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from December 1939 to April 1947


Home-from-dec-1939-to-apr-1947

Prior to living in this home they lived in the basement of Helen's parent's home. He did the carpentry and other work to build the kitchen in the basement. The aprtment only had one bedroom. This was their first owned home. It was a two bedroom home. There also was two bedrooms in the basement that they rented to roomers during the war years. the address for his home is 214 East 4th Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming.






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Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from April 1947 to November 1954


Home-from-apr-1947-to-nov-1954

They moved to this home when a doctor told them that their son's asthma would be helped if he slept above the ground floor. It had two bedrooms on the 2nd floor as well as two bedrooms on the first floor. The basement had large knotty pine family room as well as one bedroom. The address for his home is 1422 West 31st Avenue, Cheyenne, Wyoming.






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Darwin and Helen Engstrom's home from May 1956 to late 1970's


Home-from-may-1956-to-unknown

They moved to this home after renting a couple of homes during the previous 2 years. This home had 3 bedrooms upstairs and an unfinished basement. they enlarged the front room by taking out on of the small bedrooms. The also built a knotty pine family room downstairs with a shuffle board and a bedroom and store room.