1st Lt. Louis F. Haas, Jr., here 26, was in the Signal Corps in the Fifth Army.
Frank O'Sullivan ran for office in LA with this photo on his campaign brochure. O'Sullivan was unmarried and childless, so my parents 'loaned' me to him for the photo. The subterfuge caused some scandal.
Merle, her father and her groewn cousin Thula Forrest at the Selig Zoo with a dog and 'Jiggs'. Site of the first movie studio in California, the Selig Polyscope Company. See http://www.angelfire.com/ca4/lincolnpark/historyselig.html
Merle at 18, part of her friend Genevieve Rechard's wedding party. Merle is fourth from right.
Date approximate. Louis F. Haas Jr. is boy in second row standing next to the teacher.
Tentative location. George was a trapper, gambler and gold dredge worker in Dawson and Fairbanks, Alaska, but lived with family in Los Angeles. Spent winters in Mexico.
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