Conrad Ovila Gagnon (1928 - 2007) was born on May 21, 1928 in Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He died on January 29, 2007 in Ansonia, New Haven County, Connecticut at age 78. His cause of death is listed as: cancer.
Beautiful photo of sisters Amy & Emma Pepper-Staveley taken in the 1880s.
Those are bees!? Farmers Barbara & Anderson Gibson holding a swarm of bees on their farm in Coleridge Nebraska around 1910.
What it looked like to be on the other side of the camera!
A photo of Else Marine Johansen and her sisters on the day of her wedding to Nils Joakim Buer, 27th of February 1897
Alan Roy Bulman (died 2011) died on April 12, 2011. He was buried on April 2011 in Cemetery,
Lang Lang, VIC Australia.
Such strong men! Karl Fredrik Albert Thommessen and the rest of the gymnastic team taken in 1918.
A photo of Anton Jacobs, my great grandfather, and his Brass Band in Lorraine, France. He is the leader with the baton, in the center.
A photo of Edward E. Williams, Volunteer Fire Department of Kirkland, Washinton. My Grandfather was the man in the white coat.
Actor Dean Jagger, who appeared in almost 100 films, on the movie set of his breakthrough role in Brigham Young (1940).
Scottish gamekeeper George Milne taken in Oldmeldrum Scotland around 1890.
Check out the tricycle the young boy is riding in the center of this extended family photo.
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.
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.
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.
A photo of LT. WILLIAM "WILLIE" STRAUCH, asking "And how can I help?" Lt. Bill Strauch, Homicide Division, Detroit Police Department (Retired). This photo taken in 1967 at the peak of the Detroit riots. Lt. Strauch was with the entry team conducting a raid at a location where someone from above was firing at officers patrolling the street. The Thompson sub-machine gun was being used by the suspect to fire at under-armed police. The perpetrator became a casualty and the 'Tommy Gun' was "kept as evidence" by Strauch until after the riot was under control...about three years later. Lt. Strauch served DPD for twenty-five years. He was born in Oliver #1, Pennsylvania and passed in 2001. He was a U.S. Army veteran and graduated from Cass Tech High School. He raised six sons with his wife, Micky.