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Dorothy Bowman (1933 - 2000) was born on April 19, 1933. She was baptized at Maple Hill Church of Christ, Benton, Marshall County, Kentucky. She died on September 1, 2000 at home, Benton, Marshall County, Kentucky at 67 years old. Her cause of death is listed as: cancer. Dorothy was buried on September 3, 2000 in Calvert City Cemetery, Calvert City, Marshall County, Kentucky.
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Oh the days of mom & pop grocery stores! Norman S. Chase at work. Probably the 40s or 50s?
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What an impressive and unique looking hat! Image of Judith Johnson Myers in Warren Pennsylvania. Any ideas as to the date of the photo?
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How wonderful it would be to have prices like these available for Thanksgiving! Johnny Walker's grocery store was in operation during the 1950s-60s and was located in Connersville, Indiana.
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Found the photo in an old book, and it has the studio marking of Henry E. Nelson, Salisbury, MD on the front and December 1955 on the back - anyone recognize the little Indians or Santa?)
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Ola Webb Lucas and her coworkers at Bethlehem Ship Yard, South San Francisco, 1942. After Veteran's Day, honoring the ladies who supported the troops!
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Weston & Amy Smith going on their honeymoon in a covered wagon! :)
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Roy Christopher Carter (born 1970) was born on June 21, 1970 at Community Hospital East, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.
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James Allen Lee Watkins (born 1980) was born on November 10, 1980 at Murray-Calloway County Hospital, Murray, Calloway County, Kentucky. He was baptized in June 1997 at Benton Church of Christ, Benton, Marshall County, Kentucky.
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What do you think? Is this a photo of Włodzimierz Krzyżanowski in the early 1900's . . . or Conan O'Brien?
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