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A photo of John Vredenburgh Van Pelt Church of St. John Nepomucene, New York
People in this photo:
John Vredenburgh Van Pelt
Feb 24, 1874 - May 30, 1962
A photo of the Presbyterian Church and Parsonage, Highland, NY. Earl Smith and Dorothy Van Kleeck were married here on June 12, 1930.
People in this photo:
Earl Edward Smith
May 1, 1900 - May 22, 1982
Kingston, NY, USA
A photo of Christmas lights on the municipal (city) building in Hamilton, Ohio in December 1953.
A photo of some other work by Sabas Honore
People in this photo:
Sabas Honore
Dec 5, 1872 - September 1953
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
A photo of some work by Sabas Honore
People in this photo:
Sabas Honore
Dec 5, 1872 - September 1953
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
A photo of Frank L Nesetril
People in this photo:
Frank L Nesetril
Jun 20, 1904 - Jul 12, 1998
Cedar Rapids, IA
A photo of Pierre Blau - Little toddler with the Jewish star was sadly deported to Auschwitz then sadly murdered on March 29,1944 at age 2.
People in this photo:
Pierre Blau
Nov 22, 1941 - Mar 29, 1944
The “Three Bricks” were built by Joseph Starbuck for his three sons between 1837 and 1840. If you take a stroll down Main Street. Some of the most elegant historic homes will be found on Main and Orange Streets where the wealthy sea captains, ship owners and merchants lived. Many of these homes feature widows walks with panoramic views of the harbor and horizon beyond. Although most homes were built of wood, many brick mansions were built during Nantucket’s golden era. Perhaps the most famous are the three located side-by-side at 93, 95 and Main Street. The “Three Bricks” were built by wealthy Sea Captain Joseph Starbuck for his three sons between 1837 and 1840.
A photo of a Private Home in Gothenburg, Göteborg County, Västra Götaland County Sweden in September 1923. The Photographer, Jeanette (Jessie) Hunter Choate, sent it to her sister, Susan Parker Choate Stebbins with an enclosed note saying that it reminded her exactly of the architecture of a house in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Susan was 2nd wife to Historical Maritime Photographer, Nathaniel Livermore Stebbins, and the family had several "photography friends" including noted Children's Photographer and Children's Advertising Photography Pioneer, Bertha Lothrop.
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A photo of Ora Madge Beals Meredith
People in this photo:
Ora Madge (Beals) Meredith
Feb 22, 1896 - Nov 16, 1978
A photo taken during World War 2 by William Signore
A photo of the Olympic games, World War 2 - from the collection of William "Bill" Signore
A photo of an unknown place taken during World War II
A photo of Old Regular Baptist Church at old Hiner coal camp. Hazard, Ky
Rev. John Walker's Church 2nd Creek Baptist, Hazard, Ky
People in this photo:
John Walker
1867 - 1940
This was the church that Rev. John Walker built and preached at for many years on Second Creek in Hazard, Ky. There used to be a plaque to mark the location of the church, but it went missing.
People in this photo:
John Walker
1867 - 1940
John Gayle Peck started Pecks's Chapel
People in this photo:
John Henry Peck
1818 - 1905
Palazzo Rinaldi / Rinaldi Palace, Treviso, Italy
People in this photo:
Tita Rinaldi
around 1789 - around 1865
Veneto, Italy
A photo of a building associated with Rose Goettlich
People in this photo:
Rose Goettlich
Jan 13, 1888 - March 1980
Gardena, California
A picture of the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas and pictures of the Painted Desert in Arizona, 1956-1957
Do any of the buildings look familiar to anyone ? IAbout 1950 my grandparents Michael and Anna Izzo and my Uncle John Izzo a US veteran, returned to Naples, Italy to sign over title to the family wrecked " palace " ( top left building I think ) , to his cousins in Italy. My grandpa and others said he was a prince because of his grandmother somehow. His father, Louis ( Luigo ) Izzo arrived in America about 1984 and my grandpa and his mom Frances arrived about 1903 after his brother and sister died of pneumonia.My grandpa also alomost died of that pneumonia but ask to have a lot of pepper , garlic and wine to fight the pneumonia and after a few days it worked. He didn't know about antibiotics then, but piperine in pepper , allicin in fresh garlic and the sulphur in wine barrels are antibiotics. )
This is the day the Arch was done, my mom & dad took me to the event to watch them put the last piece in place
I believe this is the view from the back of the Scheffler home on Jasper Street.This is one of a series of photographs in an album that I inherited from my great-aunt, Edna Lucille Fuller Johnson (1903 - 1988.) I believe the photos were taken by her father, Frederick L. Fuller (1871 – c.1915.) As Mr. Fuller died when she was still a child, I have very few clues to his life. Most of the photos are of rivers in New Jersey and other states. I think his interest in rivers related to hydro-electric plants that he may have helped to establish. There are also family photos that probably record the members of his grandfather's household prior to 1903. The Scheffler family lived on Jasper Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Unfortunately, unlike the river photos, there are no names recorded in the album for family members. Fred Fuller can only be found on two federal census reports. The first listing is on the 1880 census of Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, where he is a nine year old living with his grandfather, Theodore Scheffler. The second listing is on the census of 1900 for Frederick and his wife Nana or Nannie Blackley (1879 - 1838.) In that year, he is listed as an electrician, living in Essex, East Orange, New Jersey. According to family lore, Fred met his future wife, Nana Blackley, when he went to Franklin, North Carolina to set up an electric plant.
Scheffler Family Photo "Colorado": This is one of a series of photographs in an album that I inherited from my great-aunt, Edna Lucille Fuller Johnson (1903 - 1988.) I believe the photos were taken by her father, Frederick L. Fuller (1871 – c.1915.) As Mr. Fuller died when she was still a child, I have very few clues to his life. Most of the photos are of rivers in New Jersey and other states. I think his interest in rivers related to hydro-electric plants that he may have helped to establish. There are also family photos that probably record the members of his grandfather's household prior to 1903. The Scheffler family lived on Jasper Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Unfortunately, unlike the river photos, there are no names recorded in the album for family members. Fred Fuller can only be found on two federal census reports. The first listing is on the 1880 census of Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, where he is a nine year old living with his grandfather, Theodore Scheffler. The second listing is on the census of 1900 for Frederick and his wife Nana or Nannie Blackley (1879 - 1838.) In that year, he is listed as an electrician, living in Essex, East Orange, New Jersey. According to family lore, Fred met his future wife, Nana Blackley, when he went to Franklin, North Carolina to set up an electric plant.
Scheffler Family Photo Labeled "East Pittsburg, PA": This is one of a series of photographs in an album that I inherited from my great-aunt, Edna Lucille Fuller Johnson (1903 - 1988.) I believe the photos were taken by her father, Frederick L. Fuller (1871 – c.1915.) As Mr. Fuller died when she was still a child, I have very few clues to his life. Most of the photos are of rivers in New Jersey and other states. I think his interest in rivers related to hydro-electric plants that he may have helped to establish. There are also family photos that probably record the members of his grandfather's household prior to 1903. The Scheffler family lived on Jasper Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Unfortunately, unlike the river photos, there are no names recorded in the album for family members. Fred Fuller can only be found on two federal census reports. The first listing is on the 1880 census of Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, where he is a nine year old living with his grandfather, Theodore Scheffler. The second listing is on the census of 1900 for Frederick and his wife Nana or Nannie Blackley (1879 - 1838.) In that year, he is listed as an electrician, living in Essex, East Orange, New Jersey. According to family lore, Fred met his future wife, Nana Blackley, when he went to Franklin, North Carolina to set up an electric plant.
Scheffler Family Photo labeled "Pittsburg, PA": This is one of a series of photographs in an album that I inherited from my great-aunt, Edna Lucille Fuller Johnson (1903 - 1988.) I believe the photos were taken by her father, Frederick L. Fuller (1871 – c.1915.) As Mr. Fuller died when she was still a child, I have very few clues to his life. Most of the photos are of rivers in New Jersey and other states. I think his interest in rivers related to hydro-electric plants that he may have helped to establish. There are also family photos that probably record the members of his grandfather's household prior to 1903. The Scheffler family lived on Jasper Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Unfortunately, unlike the river photos, there are no names recorded in the album for family members. Fred Fuller can only be found on two federal census reports. The first listing is on the 1880 census of Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, where he is a nine year old living with his grandfather, Theodore Scheffler. The second listing is on the census of 1900 for Frederick and his wife Nana or Nannie Blackley (1879 - 1838.) In that year, he is listed as an electrician, living in Essex, East Orange, New Jersey. According to family lore, Fred met his future wife, Nana Blackley, when he went to Franklin, North Carolina to set up an electric plant.
This is a paper weight from the Methodist Church in LaGro, IN. I imagine the gentleman is the minister but I do not know his name. LaGro is in Wabash County, IN
The McNeil Building on Main Street Dayton, Minnesota circa 2001.
Crow River Crossing to Slab Town, Lower Lane Bridge, so named because of the saw mill & stored slab lumber there. 1905
A photo of the Wembley Tavern, in Wembley (near London), being demolished.
A photo of David Churchill White, Civilian Conservation Corps, with Camp Dog Rex.
People in this photo:
David Churchill White
Born: Dec 1, 1914
Building with 3 turrets, and a surrounding covered deck.
Where Edward went to Jr. High School. This is when Edward and I first actually met and literally hated each other all through school. lol. The Junior High Schools back then went from 7th grade to 9th grade then you went to High School,
People in this photo:
Edward B Whish
Nov 28, 1961 - Aug 26, 2011
Anadarko, OK
This fort was first built and occupied before 4000 bc. It was in continual use until about 1880, the most continually used fort in the world.
This was DePryckers home before they emigrated to the US.
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