I apologize for the keystoning on this picture - will take a better one some time. The date that is woodburned on the front is not discernible, but the back of the picture bears the following:
Russell M. Blood, Western Woodcraft, Ralston, Wyoming. We lived 1 mile west of Ralston, Wyoming from 1941-February 23, 1944, so that gives a time span. Dad had made the big sign that hung by the highway, that said WESTERN WOODCRAFT in cut-out letters. The sale of lampshades, and various other marquetry pictures, bookends, pins, etc. helped our meager income.