Kate Lund go to genforum and post her under her surname forum. If there is any descendant out there doing research, they will eventually run into your post and you can send her home. Failing that, she is worth about $5 to $15 to a collector and you could sell her on eBay.Collectors take good care of their prized images. Or, you could donate her to a photograph museum, where she probably would not be displayed, but would be carefully preserved.
Dec 09, 2004 · posted to the photo Do I belong to you?
Kate Lund Photo is consistent with a late 1920s Lutheran or other protestant confirmation portrait. Hope that helps. Best, Kate
Oct 02, 2003 · posted to the photo Lady in White dress holding flowers
Kate Lund She is pretty! I think he tints them, as he sent me one of my grandparents but has never responded to my emails to find out if he is related. He does great work!
Oct 02, 2003 · posted to the photo Miss Edith Nora Carr #6
Kate Lund If you have the death certificate of one of her children and IF it gives that person's place of birth, you can start there to look for her on the census records. Hope that helps...
Oct 02, 2003 · posted to the photo GREAT GREAT GRANDPARENTS
Kate Lund I think this photo dates later, more like early 1900s. This fashion was the Gibson Girl look and was popular around 1906 to say 1915. I don't know who she is, but maybe switching her to early 1900s would help you place her in the family.
Sep 27, 2003 · posted to the photo Unknown Young Woman