Officers in the family organization valued the importance striving for truth and accuracy in the family records and histories. At a family organization semi-annual meeting, Bion Tolman gave an interesting incident in the life of his Uncle William Tolman in connection with his experience with Diamond Field Jack. The official meeting minutes recorded that “It is Bion’s desire, if possible, to have corrected the errors that have been published in regards to this story, and it is our desire to see that we record true and factual incidents that happen.”

Picture: Bion Tolman, Family Organization President from 17 June 1957 to 7 July 1978.

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