Armella Simon and John Palmer

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A photo of Armella Simon with husband John Palmer on their wedding day
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Apr 26, 1906 - Sep 1979 1906 - 1979
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Ancient Faces
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There's no date attached to this wonderful wedding photo but just based on the bride's headdress, we'd say the 1920's.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Sheila Bryans
I agree late teens early 20’s
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Jeanne Walsh Heyworth
I think it looks like a baby bonnet
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Karen Versackas
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Hahahahaha true that
Feb 06, 2018 ·
Becky Kelly
I love these old picture's.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Nancy Laaja DeMille Fisher
1915.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Dawne Zotz
Perhaps less than 100 years ago? The studio background setting and the serious expressions?
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Cindy Snyder
This wedding was before 20's. A well off family of influence.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Laura Harmon Vickers
I'm thinking the late teens or early 20s . The dress is built like one from the teens
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
I don't think the Bride's to happy.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Anna Darling
I am leaning more towards 1910 - 1915. She looks stern because they had to sit motionless for so long.
Feb 06, 2018 ·
James Horton
They didn't smile in pictures back then because they thought it made them look silly or stupid.
Feb 06, 2018 ·
Bree Mari Tompkins
James Horton True...but she looks miserable
Feb 08, 2018 ·
Heather Brennan
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she looks thrilled. lol
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Marilynn Marlow
Agree...1920's
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Ree Young
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The headpiece with the low veil, single strand of pearls, and the short sleeves...in the 1920s range. Looks a lot like photos of my female relatives in that time period.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Wayne-Marcia White
Beautiful
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Linda Woody
I think 1916-1922 range.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Kathleen Neuhaus Long
Great wedding photo
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Sandra Daniels
Earlier I think, around 1910?
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Anna Boyer
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Yes, my grandmother wore the same kind.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Kim Braman
turn of the century, much father bakc than the 20s
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Nancy Kochis Braddock
I'm fine say 1918
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Terry Epperson Simeroth
I would say 20's as well.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Sarah Veness
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She appears to have been born in 1902 so probably early 20's
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Sarah Veness
she appears to have been born in 1902 so probably 1920ish
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Vicky Barron Davidson
I agree...the teens...not quite the 20s style.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Julia Burns
I would say around WW I
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Diana Banks Campa
I would like to say late teens as well, however it looks like her hair is short and that would be the 20s, right? Or did they start bobbing their hair earlier than that?
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Maria Elena Bailey
My grandmother had bobbed hair in 1917
Feb 07, 2018 ·
Diana Banks Campa
Maria Elena Bailey , there you go. The answer to my question. Thanks.
Feb 07, 2018 ·
Kim Isaac
Lovely Picture!
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Virginia Barrette Powell
My Aunt Grace was married in Nov. of 1928. The headpiece looks very similar.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Robyn Mullen
She looks unhappy and he looks cunning
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Gale Diehl Shackelton
1912
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Wendy Craft
Maybe sooner? Great photo!
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Linda Irick Pennoyer
She looks sad, like "oops what did I just do"?
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Gina Kingsbury
It could still be 20s--that headpiece is reminiscent of Eastern European headdresses, so she may be a 20s or even early 30s bride wearing a home-made one or inherited piece from her ethnic roots. The stylistic markers aren't as strong when the wedding couple and families were not wealthy; an older relative's dress, perhaps, or a home-sewn outfit.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Jann Davidson
1920's yep.
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Wendy Carlson Tidwell
She is not a happy bride...yikes!
Feb 06, 2018 · Reply
Darla Edwards-Glibbery
That's from the 1920's. Short sleeves on dress.
Feb 07, 2018 · Reply
Lezlie Gentry
The bride looks like she is not happy about her big day.
Feb 10, 2018 · Reply
Ginger Constantine Navarrete
Looks more like 1905
Feb 11, 2018 · Reply
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