Hazel Andersen

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A photo of Hazel Andersen, Daughter of Steffen Andersen and Ana 'Annie' Larsen Hansen (she later married Harold C. Bullard, of Seattle, WA)
Date & Place: at Hazel Andersen, in Seattle, King County, Washington USA
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Ancient Faces
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January baby, 114 years ago. No hair . . . but there are hints in the photo as to gender.
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Linda Collins
Cute little Hazel
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Becky Kelly
I knew she was a girl by looking at the picture. Love these old pictures.
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Esther Evans
That dress is the most beautiful I've ever seen.....I think the little nosegay gives away the gender...LOL
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Elizabeth Bullard
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Her father was a talented and popular tailor. Though he created beautiful men's suits at his place of business, he also made much of his children's clothing - for all 8 children. :)
Feb 02, 2019 ·
Monika Vikingstad Midttveit
Her last name sounds so Norwegian. I wonder if her parents emigrated to America like so many Norwegians did back then!
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
AncientFaces
Seattle was predominantly Swedish and Norwegian at the time . . .
Jan 30, 2019 ·
Elizabeth Bullard
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Meh... close. :) She was born in Seattle. Her parents were natives of Denmark.
Feb 02, 2019 ·
Monika Vikingstad Midttveit
But Denmark ruled Norway for a good 600 years so many Danish and Norwegian last names are similar. So no wonder I thought it was Norwegian!
Feb 02, 2019 ·
Linda Klein
A beautiful little face.
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Judy Schroeder Bingham
It's a girl
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Alice Shipley Watts
-" Hints" 😊
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Donna Giacomo
Love her dress.
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Trudie Cruey
a beautiful child
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Mike Stephens
Looks good for 114 yrs
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Sharon Durfee
no hair? girl!
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Kate Bailey-Davies
Gah I wish we still dressed our babies like this!
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Angela Goodson Abbott
What a beautiful baby 💖
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Bee Kerr
Its a boy it was a fashion for boys to have photos taken with a dress on.
Jan 30, 2019 · Reply
Elizabeth Bullard
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Nope. Definitely not a boy. This is my grandma. :)
Feb 02, 2019 ·
Pat Rowland Carothers
Way too many frills and lace for a boy, anyway. Beautiful baby!
Feb 02, 2019 ·
Jan Mortimer
So sweet
Jan 31, 2019 · Reply
Kim Zaczynski
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A girl, right? NOT a neutral!
Jan 31, 2019 · Reply
Linda Kachel
My Dad's dress wasn't as beautiful in 1908 ...
Jan 31, 2019 · Reply
Joy Midkiff Alba
That's an awful lot of ruffles. O.O
Feb 02, 2019 · Reply
Elizabeth Bullard
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This is my grandma! Hazel was born in Seattle on 08 Jan 1905. Her parents were natives of Denmark (so you were close with the Norwegian/Swedish thing). Bald or not, your clues should have been the ribbons, lace, ruffles, and flowers. :)
Feb 02, 2019 · Reply
Elizabeth Bullard
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This is my grandma! Hazel was born in Seattle on 08 Jan 1905. Her parents were natives of Denmark (so you were close with the Norwegian/Swedish thing). Bald or not, your clues should have been the ribbons, lace, ruffles, and flowers. :)
Feb 02, 2019 · Reply
Sheila Andersen
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I didn't place much store in the trim, as this looked like it could have been a christening gown. My husband wore a 'dress' like this when he was christened because it was a family heirloom -- one of the only things the family took when they fled from the Ukraine. There is also a flower on the bodice in his photo because flowers were part of the celebration. Go figure ! But the photos are all so beautiful, aren't they ?
Feb 05, 2019 · Reply
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