Reaching out through the years, this photo was taken in pioneer times. It possibly represents four generations of a family. Dusty boots, worn soles, and lines etched deep on faces mark these men who crossed a continent to help settle a wild and lonely part of the territory that would become Tooele County. Left at the Tooele County Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum with no explanation, this wonderful picture needs identification. If anyone can identify these people, please contact Patricia E. Holden, historian for the Tooele County DUP, at 435-839-3464.