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Cute Kids, Are They Yours? - Part 1

If you read my post yesterday, you know that I rescued some orphan photos while out antiquing with my husband.


Here's some of those photos.  Are they yours?  If so, let me know; I'm happy to reunite you with your family photos!


I will be posting additional photos soon!

Orphan 003 Orphan 004

These two photos were together in a cardboard frame (forgive me, I'm not up on my terminology).  There is no identifying information, nor a photographer/studio, time period or location.  My guess is, they are brother and sister.  These photos were rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

 

Orphan 005
This photo is presented in a cardboard frame.  Davis Studio in Blue Earth, Minnesota is imprinted on the frame.  There is no identifying information.  This photo was rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

 

Orphan 002
This is a postcard photo.  The following is printed on the back:  W.T. Caldwell Photographer in Milford, Illinois.  There is no identifying information.  This photo was rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

 

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Preserving the past of the Cahill, Miller, McMahon, Rottman, Stoffel, Wach, & Webster families (and over 1,000 other twigs)!

I started this blog to share my genealogy research with others. Mini-bios of family members is my main focus. However, I also plan to share research challenges and successes, hint and tips I learn along the way, and participate in various carnivals and memes to add variety.

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