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61 [[strikethrough]]47.[[/strikethrough]] MRS STARR: Did you ever see your father to speak [[strikethrough]]of[[/strikethrough]] to? MINNIE: Oh, yes. I saw him to speak to him. MRS STARR: Oh, good. MINNIE: And things like that. But he was dead more than about a year and a half or two before I knew it. MRS STARR: Oh? MINNIE: And I just ranned upon it accidentally, you know. Well, you know, some of the men don't want to be bothered with the outside child. MRS STARR: Yes. Yes. MINNIE: So then I was one of those. MRS STARR: Yes. MINNIE: And so I didn't-- MRS STARR: Do you know whether-- MINNIE: --didn't worry me MRS STARR: Do you know whether he did any painting or anything? MINNIE: I don't think so. I don't believe he did. I believe this painting part came from my side of the family. Of my uncle and thing. I think that's where it all come from. MRS STARR: Is that the uncle that did the picture of Grandmother Rachel-- MINNIE: Yes. Uh-huh MRS STARR: --Great Grandmother Rachel. MINNIE: That's right. MRS STARR: Yes. MINNIE: So that's where I think all this--
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