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A photo of Roth Sumner Leddick (1924 - 2007)
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A photo of Robert D Bankowski & Mary Moore Peery Bankowski Barham Robert Daniel Bankowski Born: May 23, 1926 Died: December 27, 1990 Location: Schenectady, New York
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A photo of a Horton person
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A photo of Timothy P. Otoole (1954 - 2009). Timmy's high school year book picture
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A photo of Katherine Ann (Stager) Kopecky
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A photo of Katherine Ann (Stager) Kopecky
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A photo of George Stager Jr
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Probably taken around 1890, this is Susan Gilbert, who became Susan Earp (1870 -1904)
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A photo of Lewis J Atwood
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A photo of Lewis J Atwood
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A photo of Lewis J Atwood
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A photo of Sidney Trachtenberg
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A photo of Donald Pulte
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A photo of Myrna Hornberger
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Photo of Brieba inside the burial chamber of the Great Pyramid of Giza (also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops) is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis. Brieba entered the pyramid alone, enacting the Great Emperor Napoleon, during a time of crisis in Egypt, proclaiming himself as the Last Pharaoh of Egypt to be acknowledged by the Gods. From the documentary "War Was Where We Were": The MYTH versus Reality... Like Alexander the Great before him, he contemplated on making a pilgrimage to the great temple and oracle of Amon-Ra (Oracle of the god Amun, the Libyan form of Ammon), the Egyptian god of the sun at the major oasis at Siwa. The earlier Egyptian pharaohs were believed to be sons of Amon-Ra and he wanted the gods to acknowledge him as a prophet as well. His disciples were unable to dissuade him from undertaking the perilous journey. He had made his resolve unshakable and so he was able to overcome not only his enemies, but even places and seasons of the year sent by fate to guide him. During a time of war and murder, he decided to make the dangerous journey to visit the mighty Pyramids of Giza and so the myth gained momentum as tales spread that his supernatural powers could summon divine guardians at will. It was also becoming increasingly plausible to those around him that he might even be that he claimed to be. His divinity would be confirmed once and for all by consulting his need for self-validation explaining the risks he had taken on the perilous death march. At the Pharaoh's chambers, he welcomed the spirits of the Godz and priests, proclaiming himself, son of Zeus Ammon, destined to alter the world, confirming in himself, his belief of divine origin. Since Egypt was ravaged and destroyed by the revolution he was hailed as a Savior and Liberator, by raising the morale of the Egyptians, arriving at the front lines, he, who had won so many battles ... got encouragement from him - he reminded them of their permanent values. He was one of the world's liberators..of the original 13.. one day passing all frontiers subduing all races on Earth to join as one, reminding them that those were the people who provoked war, ... those were the people that burned their temples and cities ... as governments and organized religion live mainly from plunder telling them to locate the enemy line and strike.. ..And as the people's choice and legitimate heir, the culmination of his coronation was the climactic moment when he lay in Pharaoh Khufu's sarcophagus within the Great Pyramid alone, naming himself 'son of the gods' according to traditions dating back thousands of years in a world where the gods are perceived as living entities and were considered a part of everyday life, now beginning to believe in his own divinity as a fact rather than a simple exercise of propaganda. When he had finally emerged from the Pharaoh's chamber into the daylight, he knew exactly what was to be. He would be the last pharaoh ever to complete the dangerous journey and make war by striking upon the enemy's of nature in a final confrontation to save the earth.
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A photo of Oswald Anderson
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A photo of Harold F. Black. This was my Great parents before. Unsure of the year. I sure miss them.
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A photo of Charles Watkins Diggery
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A photo of Emily Dolores (Riley) Seed; November 28th, 1950 at a Curtiss-Wright exhibition at the Crystal Room of the Beverly Hills Hotel.
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A photo of Lamar Alewine
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A photo of Lamar Alewine and Nell Parrette
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This is Clara Williams Saunders, my 2X grandmother (seated) & her sister Dora (standing) I would say perhaps turn of the century
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This is Francis Synott & Dora Saunders, my grandparents, around the time of their marriage in 1917
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A photo of Archie E Sarten
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A photo of Archie E Sarten
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A photo of Archie E Sarten
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A photo of Archie E Sarten
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A photo of Archie E Sarten
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A photo of a newspaper article about Louis Brescia and friends
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A photo of the grave of William J Selinsky
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