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Evelyn Radcliffe bought 90 acres of the old John Roselle homestead in April 1941. She married J.L. Overton and they started to build Riverine Lodge and they planned on opening a dude ranch. They sold to Keith Brown in December 1943. Keith Browns parents , the Nordeans, and the family finished the ...

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