Ladies’ Auxiliary

    I love a group photo, so when I found this in an antique shop I knew it had to come home with me. I located Mrs. Mary L. (Kohr) Walters who, according to the address label affixed to the bottom, lived at 2327 Fox Avenue in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Mary’s mother, Derinda Kohr, … More Ladies’ Auxiliary

Do Si Do Darling

Patricia Wade, born in 1923, was the daughter of Pearl (Waterson) Wade whom I featured in this post.  This photograph was found with family photos that belonged to Fern (Waterson) Hardenburg. Patricia married Dave Robertson on August 30, 1946.  Her beau was newly discharged from the Canadian Army after serving four years during WWII.  I … More Do Si Do Darling

Fatally Hurt

This photobooth image and the newspaper clipping below were found together on eBay.  According to the unsourced article, “Albert Meadows, 28, of 78 Lagrave-av., S.E., was fatally injured near Mancelona when the car on whose bumper he was standing was struck by another automobile.  Meadows died in Petoskey hospital.” Albert Dean Meadows was born November … More Fatally Hurt

Smile

William Arthur Ward said, “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.”  Looking at the smiling face of the man who sat for these photobooth images definitely leaves me believing that he was a kind man.  I hope I’m right! I rescued these photobooth images from eBay.  Burton D. Day enlisted in the United … More Smile

The Higher the Hair

I love the soutache braid design on this sitter’s bodice and the large brooch which appears to be made of carved shell. Although, to me, the best part and the reason I bought this photo is the identification written on the reverse! Alice was the daughter of Thomas and Selina (nee King) Hepperly.  The family … More The Higher the Hair