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Framed photo of the Summar family. Grandpa &
Grandma & Hall & Landis & Will & Etta (Mrs. Jessie Carter)
& Ella (Mrs. Tom McBroom) & Lettie (Mrs. Bob Bragg)
& Lillian (Mrs. J. B. Bell).
Two Gould family photos. First photo is five
adults; " Uncle Abner Gould,
Uncle John Gould, Aunt Clara Gray, Clinton? Gould, Uncle Will Gould"
Second photo is a larger group. "Aunt Rebecca Gould,
Aunt A? Gould, Mother, Aunt Lilly Gould, Uncle Abner Gould, Uncle John
Gould, Aunt Clara Gould, Aunt Clara Gray, Papa, Uncle Will Gould"
Other writing on the back says, Mrs. H. G. Gould, Lawrenceville,
Tex?" and a description of someone in the pictures eye, hair, suit
and tie color.
Item #10102 & 10103
Cabinet card photo of two Children. Handwritten on back,
"Horace J. Anderson; Born Jan. 12, 1904; Eva L. Anderson, Born Aug.
Cabinet card photo of two couples. Handwritten on back,
but very faded, are the names, "W. H. Wicks, J. F. Wicks,
J. D. Wicks" Also says, "By John Wicks", so I guess
he was the photographer.
Cabinet card style photo. Handwritten on back, "Mrs. Steadman,
Ellen & Lee Vaughn, Rhoda Vaughn, Tesse and Lester Vaughn""
Faded photo of 3 ladies in elegant
dresses, one young man and 2 children. Names are handwritten on back; Iona
& Jack & Ida MacLanahan. Lois & Mabel & Florence Whitacre.
Photo of three children. Written on the back, "Otis
E. Reid, Lelis Boice, Lena Boice" Also,
"Otis Reid's Half brother and sister"
Two Cabinet card photographs of ladies. One lady is Clara
B. Keith of Hardwick, VT, one is Mary L. Boeworth of Barre,
VT and the other is Nellie Keith of Barre, VT. The photographers
were Chase of Barre, VT and Sherburne of Barre, VT.
Item #10187 & 10188
Large photo of, "Mothers brothers, the Long
boys" They are John & Ezekiel & William & Blackburn &
Joe & Ed. The photographer was; Neef and Long of Springfield, IL.
Cabinet card photo a man, a woman and two children, who
are the Allwardt family. They are Bill & Johanna & August &
Caroline (Bartels or Bartils).
Large group photo outside of brick building, street #
1532. 2 adults, 5 children and 3 teenagers. Handwritten on back,
"Roberts family from Minersville" (This is crossed out). Then is
written, "Fournier family - Wilson B----?, lived next door to
Uncle George on street below Ann's".
There are three photographs in this group. The largest has 31 people,
with the following names.
Hudlow: Jake & Flora May & Jack & Anna & Robert
Nicewander: Harry & Mary & Eral & Robert
Stidham: Charley & Chester & Bertha & Mary &
Jane & Alexander
Yanch: Lizzie & Frank & Theodore & John & Mary
& Willis & Charley & Agnes & Mary & Jacob &
Minnie & Russell & John & Paul & Joseph & Ellen
There is also this note written on the back, "Father & Mother, Children,
Grand Children and Great Grandchild all being present in this picture but
one. Pearl Stidham was the
only one not present and she stayed home on the account of her beau."
Item # 10094
The next largest photo has the following 8 names written on the back,
"Frank Yanch, Anna Yanch Hudlow, John Yanch, Jane Yanch Stidham,
Jacob Yanch, Willis Yanch, Mary Hala Yanch, Mary Yanch Nicewander"
The smallest is a photo of man and
woman. Handwritten on back," John Nicewander and wife".
Photographer was Phillips, La Fayette, Ind.
Large family photo. Unfortunately it has water stains
around the edges, but the people are plainly visible. Written on the back
in one handwriting is, "1883-90". I think they were trying to
guess the year. In another handwriting is the following:
Richard Thomas (Grandpa)
Mary Evans Thomas (Grandma)
Albert, killed by runaway mules (stalkcutter) 15 yrs. old
John M. (Mike, Edith, Esther, Bert, Addie, Lizzie, Glenn)
Robert M. (Harry, Ellen, Ruth, Bertha, Robert)
Richard Evans (Mary, Alice, Esther, Dave) (Walter? died 2 mo.)
Jane Ann (George, Will, Dave, Robert)
Mary Elizabeth (no family)
Geo. died (what we call append. now) 28 yr. old
only 7 people in the picture, but 9 listed. There is a photo of a young
man on the wall I believe it is Albert.
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