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History Mystery: Who is this boy?

The history museum would like help identifying the boy in this photo. All answers will be forwarded to the museum. 'History Mystery' is a weekly feature of the Perham Focus. Working in partnership with the History Museum of East Otter Tail County...

Who is this boy?
Contact us at 346-5900 or email editor@perhamfocus.com.

The history museum would like help identifying the boy in this photo. All answers will be forwarded to the museum.

‘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 .

There were no correct answers submitted for last week’s history mystery photo of Debbie Pederson presenting a first place trail class award to a young male rider, name unknown.

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