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History Mystery: Who are these two people?

This young man is receiving a first place award in Trail Class. Who is he? And who is the young woman presenting him the award? 'History Mystery' is a weekly feature of the Perham Focus. Working in partnership with the History Museum of East Otte...

Who are they?
This young man is receiving a first place award in Trail Class. Who is he? And who is the young woman presenting him the award?

This young man is receiving a first place award in Trail Class. Who is he? And who is the young woman presenting him the award?

‘History Mystery’ is a weekly feature of the Perham Focus. Working in partnership with the History Museum of East Otter Tail County, we will publish a ‘mystery photo’ each week, challenging you, our readers, to answer a question about it. If you have a personal story that relates to the photo, or have new details about its contents, we will work with the museum to have that additional information put on record.

Contact us at 346-5900 or email editor@perhamfocus.com .

Congratulations to Bob Beseman, who knew the answer to last week’s History Mystery: a photo of the 1998 Perham Community Theatre production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

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