Cecelia Hermes & William Aufderheide

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Cecelia Hermes married William Aufderheide (Gr Grandmothers Wedding).
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Ancient Faces
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Are you one of the lucky ones who have old family wedding photos? This one may be from around 1900? It's a treasure!
Oct 14, 2019 · Reply
Claudia Bellemare
Lace dresses. Loved those lost days of era.
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Mary Collins
beautiful dresses.
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Mary Crestani Silantyev
Certainly well to do people
Beautiful dresses. Lovely clear photo. Edwardian era judging by the waistlines.
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Maureen Abate
Love the wedding gowns.
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Ree Young
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Yes, Edwardian styles. Before 1900, the bodices were more fitted, and by 1910, the bodice wasn't as full and was getting a more fitted look.
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Kate Van Dyck
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Oh those tiny little waistlines thanks to the dreadful rib and organ crushing corsets .
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Nina Morway
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Looks like my Grandmother's dress---1907
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Shirley K. Brown
Bride was well to do. The ordinary bride of that time had no money for such finery.
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Nola Rains
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Late 1890's-early 1900's. Dresses are similar to my grandmother's wedding dress. She was married in 1907. attaching their wedding picture.
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Maureen Bates
Beautiful!
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Leah Lange Devillier
How beautiful the dresses were indeed!
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Thomas Sherry
Did you scan it at say, 2400 dpi?
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AncientFaces
All of our photos are shared by other people. But we've been around for 20 years and this particular photo was shared around 2000. It was the "old days" of scanning technology!! :)
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Sherry Dunham
Beautiful
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Carol Piquard Compton Weir
Very nice.
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Rebecca Hill Higgins
I'd say late 1890s to early 1900😊
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Stephanie Johnston
All hand made too
Oct 14, 2019 · Reply
Terri Kallio
There is a way in photoshop elements to do this with very little loss of clarity - it's not hard but, too much to explain here.
Oct 14, 2019 · Reply
Alise Wagoner
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Leonor Balderrama
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Melinda Maurey
I hope they had a long and happy marriage!
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Kathryn Donahue
I think 1890-1900.
Oct 15, 2019 · Reply
A.J. Winchell
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Janet Messmer
Definitely after 1900. I would say 1902-5. Pouter pidgeon front to the bodices, raised waistline in the back. Plus the size and design of the hat on the bridesmaid. At a later point in the decade, the hat would have been much larger.
Oct 15, 2019 · Reply
Breanne Bennett
Beautiful gowns.
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Marilynn Marlow
Beautiful
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