Photo courtesy of Rusty StraitRusty Strait. ■ By Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter I’ve been asked numerous times about Bill Jennings. I knew him, but not well, so I went to the source — his partner and widow, Anne Jennings. “He wouldn’t have called himself a historian, but he did do a lot of historical writing. Interested in history, he even wrote poems and magazine articles of an historic nature,” recalled Anne. “History was just one of his overriding interests. He loved railroads, the outback and Native American lore. He was employed as a writer with The Press Enterprise so there is a large amount of his work in their archives.”
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