Pamela Berger

AncientFaces Member since May 04, 2015

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Photo was purchased on e-bay, but it is not my Carpenter family. Seller said she purchased it at an auction with other items from NY, WI, MN, and IL. Inscription on back says, "Childen's Day at the Ad Club 3/25/14. Mr. & Mrs. Russell D. Carpenter, their family and ours. They now have seven children. Mr. Carpener is a Merchandise manager of our largest department store. The feather in Babe's hat got between me and the camera."
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Photo has been cropped. Original is about 2 3/8 x 4". It shows head and shoulders of a man in his late 40s or early 50s with a graying trimmed beard and white hair. He is wearing a suit and an old-fashioned tie. Photo is with others, some of which are marked 1870s and 1880s. On the back it says, "Gillmore Brothers, Photographers, Geneva, NY, Negatives preserved."
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The photo is about 2 3/8 X 4. On the reverse is printed "Dunshee Bros., Artists, No. 14 State Street, Rochester, NY, Copies of same at any time". The photo shows the head and shoulders of an elderly Causacian-looking woman, whose hair is completely covered by a white bonnet that ties under the chin. It was with other photos from the 1870s and 1880s, but I am not able to ascertain the period accurately. This is probably from an album rescued by a relative. We have not found that name in my family.
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Pamela Berger This man resembles the posted photo of Thomas Jefferson Coleman of AL in 1905. These are not kin of mine--I just noticed a resemblance, and since this man is unknown I wanted to suggest that others check it out. --PDB
Feb 08, 2005 · posted to the photo Unknown man related to Petty