In those days before sidewalks, cement, and even available bricks at a reasonable price, how did people walk around their houses when it rained or snowed? This early Oklahoma photograph shows just how they did it. Long planks of wood, side by side, formed a crude but workable sidewalk. Taken about 1910 an older man and woman, a young woman and a young man (about 12 with his bike) pose for the camera. It was taken in Guthrie, Oklahoma and the exact location or the family is unknown.