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Poughkeepsie Boy

Updated Mar 25, 2024
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Poughkeepsie Boy
This was in a big box of family photos sent to me by a relative. Unfortunately, there is no name on it anywhere so I don't know whether this little boy is a relative or a friend of the family.

Little boys used to be dressed like this before they were potty trained. A girl this age would usually have had a bit frillier outfit - more ribbons, bows, etc.
Date & Place: at C. H. Gallup, photographer 292,294 Main Street, in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York United States
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I love antique photographs. In addition to sharing old photos of my family, I am also going through my collection of "antique store people". They've been sitting in a storage tub in my back room much too long and maybe some of their families will be able to find them here. If I'm able to identify the people in the photo, I upload it not only to AncientFaces, but also to Ancestry, FamilySearch, and Find-A-Grave. If the person in the picture is a military veteran, the photo also goes on Fold3. I figure that the more places I upload these pictures, the greater the chance that a relative will be able to find them.
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