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"Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich"

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"Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich"
November 14, 2023 - UPDATE: The photo has been claimed by relatives and has been returned to descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich.

Found in a Texas antique store. "Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Friedrich" written on the back. Stamped "Lackey's Studio, Temple, Tex." Paper with a "beaded" texture seems to have been popular in the late 1920s - makes it difficult to get a good scan. I love her fancy head-dress.
Date & Place: at Lackey's Studio in Temple, Bell County, Texas USA
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A "found" (purchased) photo, this 1920s wedding photo is great!
Find A Grave.com memorial #199821146
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Anna Emma (Muehlhause) Friedrich
Anna Emma Muehlhause's father was Gerhardt Frank Muehlhause (1881 -1960), born in Texas and her mother was Wihelhmine S "Minnie" Lueck, born about 1885 in Texas. She married Alvin Henry Friedrich on June 28, 1928, in Bell Texas and they had one daughter, Joann. Anna's husband was a farmer and he predeceased her in 1969. She was survived by their daughter, 3 grandchildren and several step-grandchildren and step - greatgrandchildren.
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Alvin Henry Friedrich
Alvin Henry Friedrich's father was WIlliam Henry Friedrich (1876 - 1958) and his mother was Ellanora Dorothea (Stein) Friedrich (1884 - 1955). He had siblings Leslie, Leola, Charley, William, Esabell, and Herbert and half-sibling Selma. Alvin married Anna Emma (Muehlhause) Friedrich (1908 - 2005) on June 20, 1928. They had a daughter, Joann. When Alvin was 33, he and wife Anna, 32, as well as their daughter, Joann, age 4, were living in Bell, Texas. Alvin had completed the first year of high school and working for himself as a farmer (he ran a farm and feed and seed business). | Two years later, Alvin registered for the World War II draft. He was 35, lived in Bartlett, Bell County, Texas (where he was born( and still worked for himself. He was 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighed 170 pounds. His complexion was "light", his hair was brown, his eyes were brown, and his wife Anne was his next of kin. After World War II, when Alvin was 44, he and his family (Anna, 42, and Joann, 14) were still living in Bell County Texas. Alvin was still farming. In the 1959 Granger High School yearbook (Granger, Texas), Alving took out an ad as the owner of Woodie Zachry Elevators LTD., grain buyers and storage.
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