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Photos of Abram Van Kleeck

Discover photos of Abram Van Kleeck, his friends and family, and locations where he lived.

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A photo of Abram Van Kleeck and Bertha Barringer Van Kleeck
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Abram Van Kleeck and his family taken in 1915. The un-labeled little girl in the center is Dorothy (Van Kleeck) Smith (1909-2010) who was still living when I first put this photo on the internet. Vera was not actually that tall. The photographer had her stand on a box for the photo.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Abram and Bertha Van Kleeck with two grandchildren
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
Abram Van Kleeck's Smithy at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial. Abram put on a blacksmithing demonstration at the colonial town at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
Abram Van Kleeck's Smithy at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial. Abram put on a blacksmithing demonstration at the colonial town at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
Abram Van Kleeck put on a blacksmithing demonstration at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial. This is the high street in the colonial town.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
Abram and Bertha Van Kleeck at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial. Abram put on a blacksmithing exhibition at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial in 1926.
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Bertha Barringer
Apr 16, 1874 - Apr 5, 1953
A photo of Abram and Bertha Van Kleeck's 50th wedding anniversary
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Abram and Bertha Van Kleeck's 50th Anniversary
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Bertha Barringer
Apr 16, 1874 - Apr 5, 1953
Abram Van Kleeck in his smithy in the 1940s. From an article in the Kingston Daily Freeman. "On July 12, The Freeman ran a picture of a "Village Smithy" with a cut line as the only blacksmith shop in Kingston. Since then our attention has been drawn to the fact that Abram Van Kleeck is still carrying on a very active shop at 14 Apple street. Blacksmith Van Kleeck has been at the present location for the past 22 years, where he specializes in body work, shoeing and springs. With the limited supply of replacement parts due to the war, many of the local trucking firms have found his services extremely useful."
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Abram Van Kleeck
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of the house where Dorothy Van Kleeck was born.
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Dorothy Emily (Van Kleeck) Smith
Oct 6, 1909 - Mar 31, 2010
Kingston, NY, United States
A photo of the house where Dorothy Van Kleeck was born
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Dorothy Emily (Van Kleeck) Smith
Oct 6, 1909 - Mar 31, 2010
Kingston, NY, United States
A photo of my grandmother with her daddy.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
The boarding house operated by Abram Van Kleeck and family.
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Bertha Barringer
Apr 16, 1874 - Apr 5, 1953
A photo of the Van Kleeck family home in Kingston, NY, circa 1930
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
Abram Van Kleeck's family house.
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Bertha Barringer
Apr 16, 1874 - Apr 5, 1953
Blacksmith shop where Abram Van Kleeck worked in 1908. I believe I was told that Mr. Abrams was an architect and Abram and others made wrought iron hardware here (door handles, porch rails, etc.)
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Abram Van Kleeck probably taken about the time of his marriage to Bertha Barringer.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
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