|Fannie and her 3 children: Lucy (top), Flora and Byron|
Fannie was a hard worker and was very frugal. She struggled throughout her life to provide for a good education for her children and for the better things of life. She planted a good vegetable garden, fruit trees, flowers, and harvested and preserved food for the winter. She grew and harvested potatoes and made potato yeast, which the neighbors traded for, leaving a cup of sugar or flour for the yeast. From the sugar that she received she made fondant and fudge candies and dipped chocolates, selling these treats from her home-store. She once again ran a post office from her home. These were her sources of cash.
|Fannie and Grandchildren|
|Fannie in front of Lucy Bluth's home|