"Mother and Dad started dating again after the war, and with Grandma Fred’s coaxing and Mother’s proposal they were married and started a family right away. We three children were born two years apart. So my parents went from the war to domesticity. They grew their food in the garden of their four acres of land. They had chickens and a milk cow. My Dad went back to work for the REA (Rural Electric Company), and Mother was a housewife who made most of our clothes."
|Wayne, Judy, and Valerie Coker||bmp / 8.89 MB||Download|
|Wayne Coker with his parents, Ivah Ree and Dan, in the home in Georgia||bmp / 3.67 MB||Download|
|Valerie Coker as a young girl||bmp / 4.38 MB||Download|
|Portrait of Wayne Coker||bmp / 4.51 MB||Download|
|Wayne Coker, riding a horse||bmp / 4.34 MB||Download|