Carolynn Swearingen

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This a one of the Officer's quarters in the Navy yard at Bremerton, Washington. My father sent this picture to his mother when he was stationed here in 1918.
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This is the old Naval Hospital in the Puget Sound Navy Yard in Bremerton, Washington. My father sent this picture to his mother when he was stationed here in 1918.
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This is the old Marine Barracks at the Puget Sound Navy Yard in Bremerton, Washington. Picture was taken circa 1913. My father sent this to his mother when he was stationed there in 1918.
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This Army Base was at American Lake near Tacoma.
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This was a card that my father sent to his sweetheart, Violet T. Lewis, who became his wife. His address was Detention Camp#7 at the Navy Yard, Puget Sound which is now Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS). The card was postmarked May 24, 1918.
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My husband when he was just a 'Boot' in the Navy.
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My father, Percy D. Teed sent this post card to my mother, Violet T. Lewis, who was then his sweetheart, when he was at sea. It was post-marked June 8 1918.
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A post card my husband; Lowell R. Swearingen, sent to his mother when he was here for boot camp. He was in Co.362-44-Camp Ward.
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This is the rest of the men that ate this lovely dinner.
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These are some of the mean that ate this great meal.
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Carolynn Swearingen Here is a description of the Nash that my mother wrote to her sister about the car--"-It had a maroon body, with stripes of gold near the top, black fenders, maroon wheels with black centers, and a beautiful silk mohair khaki top, nickel lamps, radiator, and trimmings, and Spanish leather upholstering. Can you blame me for loving it?" The price of the car in Butte, Montana from the Nash Butte Motor Co. on April; 26, 1923 was $1552.00 with $517.34 down and monthly payments of $86.22 a month until paid for. It was quite a car for the price compared to todays cars. .A 1923 Nash Roadster. Glad you enjoyed the picture. Thanks
Apr 16 · posted to the photo Teed's 1923 Nash Roadster, Montana
Carolynn Swearingen Hi Barb, Sorry, but this Lettie, as you can see, was Lettie Mead Evans, and was married to Edward H. Evans from Iowa. She had only one sister Anna, who died when she was 16. Sorry, no connection. Carolynn Swearingen
Oct 28, 2004 · posted to the photo Lettie Adella (Mead) Teed Evans, Montana 1920
Carolynn Swearingen Lettie's maiden name was Lettie Adella Mead.
Jun 07, 2004 · posted to the photo Lettie (Mead) Teed Evans, Montana 1929
Carolynn Swearingen My Great-grandmother, Lucinda Amanda Sperling, was born in Parish, Oswego County, NY July 31. 1852 and she married Jeremiah Cline Mead (born June 6,1828 in Sandy Creek, Oswego County, NY); my great-grandfather, in Sandy Creek on January 10, 1870. Hope this is of some help to you.
May 25, 2004 · posted to the photo Unknown Young Lady