Former Ray Phillips Garage and later a laundromat on the corner of Elm and Salmon April 3 2010.
The Phillips home was just across the street from the Union Pacific Oregon Short Line Railroad in Mackay, Idaho. Pictured Mildred, Della, Virgil, Veron, Ray, Roy Phillips on Salmon in Mackay across from the water tower for the railroad.
Unidentified Phillips family members standing in front of their house on Salmon at Elm across from the Union Pacific Oregon Short Line Railroad in Mackay, Idaho.
Grandmother Emma Eliza Street Phillips (below).
Historical photos of the same location on Elm and Salmon.Wooden building is Phillips Ice House circa 1930's. From the Sharon Phillips Huff Collection. Ray also had a blacksmith shop.
Wooden building is Phillips Ice House circa 1930's. Pictured children: Posey, Lawrence, Glenn, Vernal Phillips (Veron's), Lorraine Singer, Lorraine Ivie, Betty Ivie, Lois Singer, Corky Ivie (the Ivie's were Mildred's) Lois and Lorraine were twins of Minnie, the oldest daughter of Ed and Emma From the Sharon Phillips Huff Collection.
After World War II, Ray Phillips took his Dad's old blacksmith shop and rebuilt it into a garage and then added a cinder block addition for a show room. He secured a Jeep Dealership at Phillips Motor in Mackay and sold Jeep vehicles and made repairs on all makes of cars until August 1951. Ray also did lots of acetylene and electric welding. Pictured: Ray Phillips.