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 ===== Henry B Carratt, often known as Harry B ===== ===== Henry B Carratt, often known as Harry B =====
  
-HB Carratt was born in Jackson County, IA in 1869.  He is found with his parents, George and Rachel as they moved across Iowa from Jackson County to Cherokee County and later to Klickitat County, WA.  HB marries Louvina Hooker in Goldendale on 3 Jun 1896.  At this point he is also a farmer.  About 1900 he switched occupations, starting to work in photography.  The 21 Jan 1903 issue of the Goldendale Sentinel described the last issue of the Saturday Evening Post as containing wheat scenes taken at Grants Ferry by H.B. Carratt, photographer.  In 1904 "The Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties" was published and included at least 3 photos copyrighted by HB Carratt.+HB Carratt was born in Jackson County, IA in 1869.  He is found with his parents, George and Rachel as they moved across Iowa from Jackson County to Cherokee County and later to Klickitat County, WA.  HB marries Louvina Hooker in Goldendale on 3 Jun 1896.  At this point he is  a farmer.  About 1900 he switched occupations, starting to work in photography.  The 21 Jan 1903 issue of the Goldendale Sentinel described the last issue of the Saturday Evening Post as containing wheat scenes taken at Grants Ferry by H.B. Carratt, photographer.  In 1904 "The Illustrated History of Klickitat, Yakima and Kittitas Counties" was published and included at least 3 photos copyrighted by HB Carratt.
  
-Between 1905 and 1907 he moves to Bonners Ferry, ID.  By Dec 1909 he and Louvina and their 5 children are found in Fresno, CA where he is a farmer in the 1910 census.  By 1915 the family is back near Bonners Ferry, ID and Henry is the state representative for Bonner County, ID.  January 1920 finds the family still in Boundary County, ID (note the county name changed was caused by a new county being formed).  Henry is a farmer.+Between 1905 and 1907 he moves to Bonners Ferry, ID.  By Dec 1909 he and Louvina and their 5 children are found in Fresno, CA where he is a farmer in the 1910 census.  By 1915 the family is back near Bonners Ferry, ID and Henry is the state representative for Bonner County, ID.  January 1920 finds the family still in Boundary County, ID (note the county name change was caused by a new county being formed).  Henry is a farmer.
  
 In May 1920 HB Carratt and family are in rural Kennewick Washington.  They are found in the Benton County school censuses for 1920, 1922 and 1923.  On 25 May 1926 Louvina dies in Kennewick at the age of 48.  Meanwhile, maybe as early as 1922, HB Carratt goes into business with Hooker (possibly a brother-in-law) running the Blockhouse Hotel in Blockhouse, Klickitat County (about 7 miles west of Goldendale).  At some point before Dec 1927 HB Carratt and his family of 7 children return to Klickitat County.  It appears that Henry and maybe the whole family is living at Blockhouse, WA.  In May 1920 HB Carratt and family are in rural Kennewick Washington.  They are found in the Benton County school censuses for 1920, 1922 and 1923.  On 25 May 1926 Louvina dies in Kennewick at the age of 48.  Meanwhile, maybe as early as 1922, HB Carratt goes into business with Hooker (possibly a brother-in-law) running the Blockhouse Hotel in Blockhouse, Klickitat County (about 7 miles west of Goldendale).  At some point before Dec 1927 HB Carratt and his family of 7 children return to Klickitat County.  It appears that Henry and maybe the whole family is living at Blockhouse, WA. 
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