John Werner, Scarsdale, NY, is the winner!
A U.S. flag owned by John Malloy is the answer for Week 454 of Orofino History Trivia a special feature to celebrate the history and heritage of Clearwater Country.
Join in the discovery!
Monday: It once flew.
Tuesday: Now it is framed.
Wednesday: Current ones look different.
Friday: From a prominent family
Monday: A county official
Tuesday: A descendant of that official was a judge.
Wednesday: The owner was the first Clearwater County Assessor.
Thursday: Given to the Clearwater Historical Museum and on permanent loan to Clearwater County.
Friday: A descendant lives in Lewiston.
John Malloy (grandfather of former District Judge John Bradbury) was a pioneer of Clearwater County and its first assessor. He, as other county officials from 1911 when the county was formed, was given a U.S. flag that presumably flew over the first courthouse. The flag only has 46 stars because the last four state had not been added to the union. Bradbury donated the flag to the Clearwater Historical Musaum and it is on permanent loan to Clearwater County.
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