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A photo of Gabriele Carmen Hammerstein
People in this photo:
Gabriele Carmen Hammerstein
Oct 3, 1923 - 2018
The Santa Fe Building is one of the oldest buildings in downtown Amarillo, Texas, U.S.A.. It was completed on January 18, 1930 and had the regional offices of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company Source: Wikipedia
Old photo of High St in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. Photo taken in the early 1900's. This photo shows a restaurant called German Kitchen. The city had many German immigrants.
Early 1900's photo of High Street in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio
A photo of Benjamin Chortkoff
People in this photo:
Benjamin Chortkoff
around 1914 - Feb 20, 1989
CA, United States
Eugene Oregon 1967, construction of bridge over Willamette River, Washington-Jefferson Street. This is pre-Valley River Center Taken from the west side of Skinners Butte.
This photo was in a box belonging to Andrew Franklin "Frank" O'Barr (1887-1938). It is believed this photo was from his time living in Montana. He was in Montana because of his service in the Army. He was in Montana between 1914-1923. He married Lila Pauline Harvey on 19 September 1916 in Livingston, Park, Montana. Their daughter, Harriet Genevieve, was born 29 April 1917 in Big Timber, Sweet Grass, Montana. They divorced on 31 January 1919 in Livingston, Park, Montana. If you know any details about this photo, please share. We have no information since the box was found after Frank's death.
This photo was in a box belonging to Andrew Franklin "Frank" O'Barr (1887-1938). It is believed this photo was from his time living in Montana. He was in Montana because of his service in the Army. He was in Montana between 1914-1923. He married Lila Pauline Harvey on 19 September 1916 in Livingston, Park, Montana. Their daughter, Harriet Genevieve, was born 29 April 1917 in Big Timber, Sweet Grass, Montana. They divorced on 31 January 1919 in Livingston, Park, Montana. If you know any details about this photo, please share. We have no information since the box was found after Frank's death.
A photo of Peebles, Ohio - Heading north on SR41.
A photo of the Main Street of Peebles Ohio.
A photo of the town of Peebles Ohio in 1950, Rexall Drug Store, Kroger Grocery Store on Main Street
A photo of My birthplace, Rajamudy. I was born here in this small village, Rajamudy as one of the first Rajamudy-born migrant family children. I spent my childhood, youth here in this small village which situated in Idukki district, Kerala; in the lap of Western Ghats.
A photo of Lockport, NY 14094 Opening Day for the Locks
A photo of Main St, Collinsville Connecticut, Late 1800's early 1900
A photo of Johannes Tibboel property, where he used to hold his horses [white building]
A photo of the hometown of the Mischak family - Collinsville, Connecticut
A photo of Leonard Victor Puckett's Home Village - Worth Mataravers
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Leonard Victor Puckett
May 9, 1905 - 1978
Heidelberg, Australia
A photo of Jean (Sturrock) Guckert & Lily Aitchinson
People in this photo:
Lilian Catherine (Rae) Aitchison
Nov 10, 1893 - Sep 20, 1987
New Zealand
Photos of Paris, with captions. Military photos probably from WW 2.
Abram Van Kleeck put on a blacksmithing demonstration at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial. This is the high street in the colonial town.
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Abram Van Kleeck
Feb 22, 1871 - Jan 5, 1954
A photo of Robert Frank Cutler & G.W. Lee Avenue
People in this photo:
Robert Frank Cutler
around 1923 - Aug 8, 1944
A photo of Dale M Holmes
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Dale M Holmes
around 1921 - 1947
Iowa, United States
A photo of Robert J Knauf;s plane crash site, 1945
People in this photo:
Robert J Knauf
Oct 5, 1924 - May 26, 1945
A photo of Robert J Knauf's crash site
People in this photo:
Robert J Knauf
Oct 5, 1924 - May 26, 1945
A photo of Joseph F Woll
People in this photo:
Joseph F Woll
Mar 20, 1919 - Apr 9, 1990
French Gulch, CA
A photo of Paal Brynjulf Skolmen
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Paal Brynjulf Skolmen
Apr 13, 1891 - Jan 3, 1981
A photo of Jean Iris Tussey Gould
People in this photo:
Jean Iris (Tussey) Gould
Jan 30, 1938 - Jul 17, 2001
A photo of Alice Magsamen
People in this photo:
Alice Magsamen
Nov 24, 1913 - May 1, 2006
Bronx, NY, Bronx County, New York
A photo of John Adam Magsamen
People in this photo:
John Adam Magsamen
Jun 17, 1915 - Jun 24, 1968
New York, NY, United States
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.
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