Tara Cash Schwoebel with Tommy Cash (right), Fred Schwoebel (left) and Tara & Fred's son, Alex (red hair).
Jackie Cash, Elista and Mariah Istre. These two young women were responsible for most of the research done by ASU about Dyess Colony.
Mira Millichamp, Brandon Millichamp (both children of Darla Cash Millichamp), Tommy Cash, Mariah Istre, Rhonda Ponessa, and Mattie Millichamp (front left).
Tara Cash Schwoebel and Tommy Cash
This exhibit represents the "gumbo soil" of Dyess, AR. Photographs from the period when Dyess was established (mid-1930s) are projected onto the surface of the soil. You want to touch the surface because it looks just like the earth.
The Enlistment Record of my grandfather, Ray Cash. It notes that he was A.W.O.L. from April 14-April 18, 1918.
Fallon Rivers (left), Tommy Cash, Joanne Cash. Touring the Museum in the Administration Building in Dyess.
Inside the home of my grandparents, Ray and Carrie Cash, in Dyess, AR. The quilt is stretched on a frame that can be raised and lowered as necessary.
Inside the Administration Building Museum: Brandon, Samantha, and Mattie Millichamp, Joanne Cash (center), Alex Schwoebel, Rhonda Ponessa, Fallon Rivers, Anthony Ponessa, Mira Millichamp.