IRA D. LYMAN AND ELIZABETH ANN ROWLEY
Reporter, Chester Lyman
We went over to see Ralph Rowley and to see how Keith was and find he is getting along just fine. Ralph works for the Indian Department and had gone to Ft. Duchesne, which is headquarters for the Indian Department. Ralph’s wife, Beth, was home with Keith and is very happy for the progress of their son.
My oldest sister, Mable O’Fallon of Gunnison, Colorado has sold the ranch of 5,000 acres in Gunnison and now is visiting with her son who is a professor in the State College at Manhattan, Kansas. She will also visit her daughter, Patricia Favalt in Muncie, Indiana during February, 1959. Mr. Favalt is a professor in Ball University in Muncie, Indiana.
The Lymans are publishing a book of the lives of the sons and daughters and grandsons and granddaughters of Amasa M. Lyman. I received a small sketch of the life of Edna Lyman Smith, which I am sending you. She lives in Corvallis, Oregon and works at the State College. (We are grateful to Chester Lyman for this wonderful history, and are filing it for future use.)
I have leased my Motel in Duchesne and have retired. We still live in Duchesne, however. We have one daughter, Laura May Timothy in San Bernardino, California and Jeannine Wallace in Duchesne.