For a man I thought was "lost" to the family, we keep finding documentation of Charlie Steven Sand. Ancestry recently published more military records--this batch is from the "old man" draft in 1942 for WWII. We'd found Charlie earlier, in Duluth in 1917 when he signed up for WWI, and here's his second registration card 25 years later, in Wenatchee.
Oh, and thank gawd for the excellent records Washington state has online--here's Charlie marrying his second wife, Nellie. Isn't that cool?
(Thanks for thinking of Charlie, Larry)
ADDED LATER: I was looking for train drawings, so I tried "Great Northern" at Internet Archives and found this travel book. I think it was intended to be a fun read on an endless train trip across the country. Below are a few pages from Washington state. It sets the stage in the country around Wenatchee, and you can see why Charlie and Elizabeth chose it--
(This just TICKLES me! ☺ )