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James M. Morrison Sr. (born 1851) was born in 1851. He was born into the Morrison family.
Art Morrison in his 1st company car in 1917. Gypsy Oil was a subsidiary of the Gulf Oil Corporation based in Oklahoma and created in the early 1900s.
Sheila M Deiss was born into the Deiss family.
Cynthia Ann (Belew) Morrison (1854 - 1896) was born on ca. February 28, 1854. She was born into the Belew family and married into the Morrison family. She died in ca. July 1896 at 42 years of age. Her cause of death is listed as: complications of childbirth.
110 yrs ago, this was a summer party in the U.S. Hope there is more laughter and sunshine at your party today! Happy 4th of July!
William Cooper with his wife Mabel Wetmon and son Cyril taken in Vancouver Canada in 1914. We love these family photos where clearly the 'star' of the photo is the car ;)
As we begin our own 4th of July celebrations, say hello to Ruth Jacobs and Bea Sprague in 1923 Kansas who knew how to celebrate the 4th in style!
Don't mess with these two! Abraham & Elizabeth Smith taken sometime during the 1910s.
The Liverpool Scottish unit marching in a church parade at Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent County, England in 1914. Liverpool Scottish is a unit of the British Army that was formed in 1900. They were the first battalion to arrive in France shortly around the time this picture was taken. Approximately 1 out of 10 soldiers of the Scottish regiment died during World War 1.
What a photo... Civil War veteran John A. White with his wife Susan Catherine Davenport in their older years. John died in 1933 at the age of 97.