Lettie (Mead) Teed Evans, Montana 1929

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My grandmother Lettie (Mead) Teed Evans in 1929 and her 'Little Old Sizzler' the day she traded it in on a new car. Her dog Rex is beside her. Taken in front of the house they rented in Vaughn, Montana.
Date & Place: in Vaughn, Montana United States of America
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Apr 27, 1877 - Unknown
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Updated Jan 09, 2020

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Ancient Faces
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1929 Montana: 91 years ago, this is so classic - a woman, her car, and her dog. The "Little Old Sizzler" (do you know the make and model?), the fashion, and her home date the photo - the doggie is timeless!
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Barbara Sell
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What was Lettie's maiden name?
Jun 07, 2004 · Reply
Carolynn Swearingen
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Lettie's maiden name was Lettie Adella Mead.
Jun 07, 2004 · Reply
Laura Stoddart
1925 Willy's Model 91 Overland Roadster?
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
AncientFaces
Google says the first Willy's was in 1941??
Jan 09, 2020 ·
Laura Stoddart
Google's wrong. [external link]
Jan 09, 2020 ·
Laura Stoddart
You may have come across a Willy's MB which was standardized to become the WW2 model in '41. The company was around much earlier.
Jan 09, 2020 ·
AncientFaces
Laura Stoddart Ahhhh!! Thank you SO much for the education! :)
Jan 10, 2020 ·
Puente Diane
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Marilynn Marlow
Great photo!!
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Nina Morway
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Marsha Deane, do you know this car?
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Brenda Bilger
Great pic!!
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Norma Umphlet Skurzewski
What a great picture
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Ian Osborn
I think it's a 1925 or '26 Chevrolet roadster with the front bumper removed. Here's a '25.
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Laura Stoddart
yes, I see that in the grill now for sure, thanks!
Jan 10, 2020 ·
Laura Stoddart
Was the headlight cans that threw me... and I see the spring covers...
Jan 10, 2020 ·
Laura Stoddart
There's a 1919 Chev in the bottom of Crowsnest Lake in Alberta Canada that was fun figuring out too, gotta notice a lot of details in that era since they all copied each other so much!
Jan 10, 2020 ·
Cindy Cisco Mason
I love her coat and hat. Great photo!
Jan 09, 2020 · Reply
Mercedes Penohan
so beautiful i wish we could turn the time again to see everything❤❤ #perfect
Jan 12, 2020 · Reply
Bob Gaines
I'm prejudiced - the beautiful dog makes the picture special!
Jan 22, 2020 · Reply
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