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On March 16, 2016, a playful tweet by Kelsey Harmon soared through cyberspace making her Papaw into America's Sad Papaw. Now through the pages of Sad Papaw's Heritage we get to learn more about the man behind the image. A history that began in the wheat fields of Kentucky. Revisit the days when Americans first took to the fields to play a new game called baseball. Be there as the farmers struggled with hard work, doubts, and dreams of a new life in America. Experience the days when children first tasted graham crackers and peanut butter cookies. Days when parents and doctors struggled to find a cure for simple ailments for pneumonia, headaches and even labor pains. A time in America that will never be forgotten.
Sad Papaw’s Heritage – PAPERBACK
Published Date: August 13, 2022
Ironworker for 40 years, during my career I worked in 27 different states. On March 16th, 2016 my granddaughter Kelsey Harmon posted a photo of me on twitter, the photo went viral across Europe, Asia & Australia and I became known as Sad Papaw.