The Able-Bodied Man

Great-Uncle Clarence Stood to His Potential Even If on One Leg

In the early 1920s, my great-uncle, Clarence Smith, had a construction job at the Ironton iron mill plant, located on the southern border of Provo, Utah. One day, as he was waiting for an open elevator to come down, the toes on his right foot were smashed because his foot was in the way of the elevator’s downward movement. Continue reading “The Able-Bodied Man”