Anna (Kline) Moore Harmon, 1909 Iowa

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Portrait photo of Anna M. Kline, born 1844 in New Jersey. Married Gilbert W. Moore (1837-1875) on December 14, 1862. After his death, Anna married Mr. Harmon. Children with Gilbert Moore: Ennis, Eva, Luella, and Lydia. Anna Moore Harmon died in 1922 and is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Shenandoah, Page Co., Iowa. Back of photo says, "Ennis Moore's mother, Grandma Harmon....picture taken approx, 1909".
Photo found in an antique store in Seattle, Washington. I am not a relative of this family.
Date & Place: at C.C. Replogle Photography Studio in Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa USA
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Ancient Faces
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A found photo from 1909 Iowa, the owner did some research and Anna (Klein) Moore Harmon must have been 65 yr old. What an artistic photo of a grandmother!
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Jean Sanders
Gee! whiz. only 65 shortly Ill be 75 .oh my
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
AncientFaces
That's how I feel - I have her beat, too! :)
Jan 03, 2020 ·
Sondra Powell
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Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
AncientFaces
I know that a lot of people like colorized photos - personally, I like the original photo without "enhancements"
Jan 03, 2020 ·
Sheridan Fenwick
BEAUTIFUL
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Josée Julien
Magnifique !
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Sally Mix
She's beautiful🤗
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Grace Loehr
Wearing her Sunday best, too.
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Lora Gillman Boston
How times have changed....I'm turning 68 this year!
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Shannon Michelle
The woman in the photo looks 80 not 68
Jan 03, 2020 ·
Lora Gillman Boston
Shannon Michelle our grandmothers (of my generation) did look older...their lives weren't filled with modern technology and ease that exists for us today.
Jan 04, 2020 ·
Shannon Michelle
Why did people age themselves so much back then? She looks 80
Jan 03, 2020 · Reply
Heli Hukkanen
Shannon Michelle Probably hard work at a farm and many childbirths, tougher life circumstances overall compared to modern life.
Jan 04, 2020 ·
Bob Gaines
I agree - hard life of hard work and very limited medical care back then. People aged more quickly. Life expectancy for her generation might have been about 45 years? Having 4-5 children was normal. Ads up to a rough life!
Jan 04, 2020 ·
Lisa Perila
I love her hair 😍
Jan 04, 2020 · Reply
Richard Woitowitz
Wowzers! I bet she read the papers during the Civil War. Probably had some interesting thoughts about it.
Jan 04, 2020 · Reply
Gene Morris
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Audrey Dupaix
Wonderful photo !
Jan 04, 2020 · Reply
Bob Gaines
Women's hats back then were SOMETHING! (I assume that's a hat in her lap?)
Jan 04, 2020 · Reply
Chuck Boiman
As I look at this picture it occurs to me how astonishing society has changed from then till now. What would that lady think of us?
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