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What it looked like to be on the other side of the camera!
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Edward Felix McManus (1886 - 1957) was born on May 11, 1886 in Elizabethtown, Essex County, New York. He died in 1957 at 70 years old. He was buried on 1957 in Fairview Cemetery, 1100 E Broad St, Westfield, Union Co. County, New Jersey.
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Cute mother & daughter moment!
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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.
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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.
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Scottish gamekeeper George Milne taken in Oldmeldrum Scotland around 1890.
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Having fun posing for the camera!
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A photo of Edward E. Williams, Volunteer Fire Department of Kirkland, Washinton. My Grandfather was the man in the white coat.
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Beautiful photo of sisters Amy & Emma Pepper-Staveley taken in the 1880s.
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Wow - talk about great family genes!
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Her parents weren’t happy with Evangeline when this photo was taken - they thought it was provocative!
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Such an emotional photo. Sweet and innocent young Gudrun Jordan taking her dolly for a stroll in Nazi Germany.
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Actor Dean Jagger, who appeared in almost 100 films, on the movie set of his breakthrough role in Brigham Young (1940).
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Those are bees!? Farmers Barbara & Anderson Gibson holding a swarm of bees on their farm in Coleridge Nebraska around 1910.
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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.
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