Marjorie Lillian Keswick, 1908 moment please
Marjorie Lillian Keswick, 1908
Young Marjorie Lillian Keswick at the beach probably at St Joseph or Benton Harbor Michigan, near there, they had a beach home and another house. Her Mother Pauline Caroline Kohtz Keswick liked to take photos, so we have quite a few that she took of her children.
Date & Place: in Michigan USA
I'm so glad that Pauline took so many photos! This is another photo of Marjorie Keswick that I really like!
Thanks, I do too. Pauline was a rather good photographer!
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Marjorie Keswick
Marjorie Lillian Keswick was born on July 6, 1901. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Marjorie Keswick.
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