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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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What do you think? Is this a photo of Włodzimierz Krzyżanowski in the early 1900's . . . or Conan O'Brien?
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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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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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Oh the days of mom & pop grocery stores! Norman S. Chase at work. Probably the 40s or 50s?
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Ernest Albert Taylor (1888 - 1918) was born in June 1888. He died on March 15, 1918 in Belgium at age 29. His cause of death is listed as: wounds receieved in action during World War 1. He was buried in Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery, Nieuwstraat, Heuvelland, West Flanders County, Flanders Belgium.
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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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Weston & Amy Smith going on their honeymoon in a covered wagon! :)
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