What it looked like to be on the other side of the camera!
Those are bees!? Farmers Barbara & Anderson Gibson holding a swarm of bees on their farm in Coleridge Nebraska around 1910.
A photo of Else Marine Johansen and her sisters on the day of her wedding to Nils Joakim Buer, 27th of February 1897
Here my great grandfather Mathias Ilseng (without the mustache) is reenacting the sculpture The Knife Fighters, by Johan Peter Molin, together with a friend.
Anybody know if being photographed when reenacting sculptures was common?
The picture is taken in the 1890's in Porsgrunn, Norway by Thea Nielsen.
Wedding Photo of my Great Uncle Stefan Chomiakiewicz and Eva Wylota. The man on the right of Eva in Uncle Wasly Prosko. The woman on the left of Steven is Great Aunt Anna Chomiakiewicz Prosko with daughter, Helen Prosko, sitting on her lap.Second row (I think is)from left to right: Rozalia, Dymitri, Kathrine, Mikal (all Chomiakiewicz) Paraska Serden Chomiakiewicz, Piotr Chomiakiewicz.
Back row: I think that these children are Eva siblings?
This is my best guess on the 2nd and back rows.
Photo of the Cedarville California elementary school taken in 1901. Cedarville, originally known as Deep Creek, was founded as a stopping point for wagon trains around 1864.
A photo of Edward E. Williams, Volunteer Fire Department of Kirkland, Washinton. My Grandfather was the man in the white coat.
Now here are some cowboys!
This is a photo of my Great Aunt Allie (Zelia Almeda Williams). Allie was born in 1887 and died in California in 1974. I always thought this was a beautiful picture.
Check out the tricycle the young boy is riding in the center of this extended family photo.
This is a picture of my Dad, Thomas Edward Green, holding the Basketball. Best Daddy in the whole world!
Lauro Melero Saldana. I'm not quite sure when he was born, but I know that this picture was taken in 1928. He was born in Santiago Papasquiaro, Durango, Mexico.
Such strong men! Karl Fredrik Albert Thommessen and the rest of the gymnastic team taken in 1918.
The first viking ship replica; Viking.
From what I found on the internet, this is a copy of the original Gokstad ship (from apx 850). It left the harbour of Oslo in April 1893, and arrived in Chicago on the 12th of June, and was an attraction at the Chicago Columbian Exposition. It can now be found in Geneva, Illinois, USA.
From the harbour of Christiania, today: Oslo, Norway. On the back it is dated 14th feb 1893, Xania (Christiania)