Olga Viva Hileman née Fegley

A photo of Olga Viva (Fegley) Hileman
Date & Place: Unknown
Jan 19, 1896 - Oct 17, 1994
Updated Dec 03, 2018

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Maybe it's the marcelled hair, but we're thinking 1920? Any hints in this photo for you?
Dec 03, 2018 · Reply
Becky Kelly
Love these old picture's.
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Dawn Elise Pizorno Hansen
My Grammie from the 1920's same hair type.
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Ree Young
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This is a photo of my mother in 1925 when she was 17, taken in front of the farmhouse where she was born and raised. She and my dad had just been married a few months here. Her hair was thicker than the woman in the picture above, but the waves were there because without the marcel style, my mom had very straight hair.
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Linda Woody
I would think between 1925-1935. Broad range because style did not radically change went the economy went South.
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Lynn Day
Linda Woody true my grandmother never cut her hair from childhood on through the years... she moved from Georgia. She passed in 1965 & was 101 years old!! Lived in Texas after the civil war.
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Mike Stephens
I’m glad I am a man
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Shannon Shannon
I’m glad you’re a man too. May want to scope the hairstyle of men during the twenties
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Marilynn Marlow
Her dress fits the 1920's too
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Sherry Richmond
I have "Figleys" in my tree. They're from Switzerland & may be descended from the religious reformer & Calvin rival, Zwingli.
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Mary Hansen
Bobbed and crimped hair and the dress all point to the middle 1920's, for sure!
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Linda Eaton
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Bobbed hair is a give-away.
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John Millican
1920’s They used a heated “sad” iron here in Texas that was heated up in a fireplace or wood stove to curl their hair that way.
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Jörn Joghans
Love the expression.
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Carole Watson
Interesting.. I didn't know the hair had a name 😎
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