Irene & Louis M Buzek

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A photo of Louis M Buzek with Mother, Irene
1923
Date & Place: Unknown
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around 1921 - Nov 1, 2014
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Updated Jan 04, 2016

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Ancient Faces
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Lovely mother & son portrait taken in 1923.
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
KimberelyAnn Gunter
I just adore the clothing of the Roaring 20'[external link] elegant.
Mar 28, 2016 · Reply
Paula Leslie
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precious.
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Amanda Durfee-Spencer
Sara Scoville-Weaver a real life Michael!
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Joy Gammons
Very sweet
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Joy Gammons
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David Bostick
The look of love. Thanks for sharing. Romie
Jan 05, 2016 · Reply
Teresa Regenold
Very nice
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Joni Gay Underwood
I still have my dads baby shoes from 1932-33.
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Darek Olejniczak
Buzek was prime_minister in Poland. Family?
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Cynthia Medeios
Oh stunning so original and clssdy👑👠💄👗👒👓
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Suzanne Boyer Pigmon
Don't you wish old pictures could talk!
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Gisele Smith
love the dress
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Marilyn Waldie
Beautiful
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Suzanne Revero
precious
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Susan Williams Milam
Really lovely!
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Willy Dereany
Nice
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Barbara Ellis
Some things never change. The loving look of a mother to her child.
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Debbie Heaps
Beautiful photo !
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Kitty At-Lenormand
the days of elegance
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Ronny R. Alders
Elegant dressed! And two people with style and upper middle class. What a great picture!!
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Stevie Starr
Love this photo.
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Bruce Williams
Fashion and hairstyling were superb in that era
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Suzanne DeBernardo
I remember in the early 1960's little boys still dressed in the nautical outfits.
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Beverly Jepsen
Beautiful photo...beautiful lady!
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Carlos Pinheiro
My grand parents in 1923 , my grand mother was pregnant.Those are the first of nine children the couple would have butas it was usual four of them died very young .
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Paula Leslie
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Lovely family. My great grandma had 14 children. Two died when they were approximately 2 yrs old per my grandma. Then her husband died & she had to raise 12 children alone. They all survived to become good men & women. She sold her land & was a midwife to buy food for her kids.
Feb 03, 2016 ·
Debbie Heaps
Colitis was very rampant in those days as well. Many families lost young children due to that.
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Carlos Pinheiro
Rose Gasak yes, my grand mother was a strong woman , always had a good health and passed at age of 92 years old in excellent shape , able to make embroideries without using glasses .Babies were very vulnerable , but a simple feever could be enough to kill.the so called Spanish influenza killed lots and lots of people.
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Rose Gasak
Could have been Crib death, not enough vitamins from mom's body during pregnancy, hereditary health problems........but for sure we should never blame the mother , she suffers and wonders what went wrong, could she have done something to prevent it. Even today it is still a mystery why babies die suddenly when all appears well
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Carlos Pinheiro
Rose Gasak I never understood the reason why so many babies died so little, maybe simple deseases were letal in a time without antibiothics.
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Rose Gasak
Beautiful picture, sorry to hear about their lost children
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Amanda Boudreau
This is the kind of photography I love...captures the emotion and tells the story.
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Christian Chenevert
Gah! Why are his laces tied on so tight? The easiest way to keep a kids laces on is using a firemans carry knot. In case anyone was wondering.
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Jill Sutton
They do look very tight don't they poor boy
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Heather Estep
I love this style! I wish this style would make a comeback
Jan 04, 2016 · Reply
Amanda Boudreau
A lot better style than some dude's drawers swimming around his ankles like we see in recent years for sure.
Jan 04, 2016 ·
Madeleine Moretti
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Louis and Mother, Irene
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