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Cute Kids, Are They Yours? - Part 3

Continued from Cute Kids, Are They Yours? - Part 2

Here are 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!

 

This postcard photo was rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

The message reads:

Hello Lucy.  How I would love to see you and your baby. I suppose it is a wonder.  I know mine is.  [cannot read signature]

There is no other identifying information, postmark, date, or location.

Orphan 011-B

Orphan 011-A

 

This postcard photo was rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

Addressee:  Josefa Ejavec, 1011-13 N. Chicago St., Joliet, Illinois

Postmark:  unreadable

The message is written in I'm guess Slavic, as the stamps appear to be from Slovenia.

Orphan 009-B

Orphan 009-A

 

This postcard photo was rescued from the Antique Mall in El Paso, Illinois, by me, on 05 October 2008.

The message reads:

For her Great Grandmother Tower

From Ruth Evelyn Tower

Taken when she was 10 weeks old

Born June 6, 1913 Glendale, Calif.

Lots of interesting info here!

Orphan 013-B

Orphan 013-A

 




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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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