||In the remote desert, dining with friends was an important social event. The History House looks like it is ready to serve a hearty desert meal to family and guests.|
evening father might read to the children by the light of an electric
lamp while sitting in his overstuffed chair.
|The company was owned by
English businessmen and they would enjoy a cup of tea while awaiting
|Although the desert is very
hot in the summer, temperatures would drop well below freezing during
the winter. A wood stove was vital to keep the family and friends warm.
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