Arizona Charlie Meadows. After helping start Payson's rodeo in 1884, Charlie let his riding and roping skills take him into the Wild West Show business. Travel to Australia, the Orient, Europe, and Alaska brought him into contact with Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, Rudyard Kipling, Will Rogers, and Jack London.
The Ferry House - Lafayette Ave., Grand Haven, Michigan - as it is listed on the NRHP, was constructed in 1872 by Edward Payson Ferry, a local banker + lumberman. Built in the Italianate style, the house features high ceilings, hardwood flooring, plaster ceiling medallions, cornice moldings and impressive woodwork. The house is surrounded by a landscaped garden with a fountain and a porch for entertaining guests.
Albert Payson Terhune - Sunnybank Collies - Bert and three of his friends: Gray Dawn, CH Explorer, and CH Sigurdson
Albert Payson Terhune great storyteller & lover of Collies