Other photos found with this one were marked as being in Iowa or Oregon, between 1920s and 1940s.
Added May 7 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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Marked on back: "illegible" Mart at Old Faithful Y.M.P. Other photos found with this one marked 1920s/1940s
Added May 5 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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I hesitate to post ones where you can't see the faces but there is a charm to this one. Marked on back: Paramount Photo Shop LaCrosse, Wisconsin Other photos found with this one marked 1920s/1940s Iowa
Added May 5 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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Marked on back: Needles Eye in Black hills
Added May 5 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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This is a photo of A Bridge Being Built added by Kat Schwartz on May 3, 2020.
Added May 3 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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The art deco frame is printed on the picture, not a separate piece.
Added May 3 by: Kat Schwartz
Kat Schwartz
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Snapshot found in a Texas antique store with other photos of the Ashenden family of Massachusetts. Written on the back "Wakefield - looking towards Crystal Lake on Rubber Neck Rock"
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Added Sep 6, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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A photo of Nglanggeran, an Ancient Volcano
Added Aug 20, 2019 by: Gracia Lionardi
Gracia Lionardi
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A photo of the big maple tree in front of the Smith family house. Most of the trees that originally grew in the front yard are long gone now.
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Oct 6, 1909 - Mar 31, 2010
Added May 19, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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View from the back yard looking across the railroad track at the Holiday Inn. The railroad track is now a rail trail and the Holiday Inn is now a Best Western.
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May 1, 1900 - May 22, 1982
Added May 19, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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This is a medical office building now. The dogwood may still be there, but most of the trees that were around the house are gone now.
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May 1, 1900 - May 22, 1982
Added May 19, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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Early photo of Dubois, Wyoming taken from cemetery hill looking southwest
Added Dec 21, 2017 by: Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson
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A photo of the landscape in Washington state around 1900.
Andreas Fenrich and his daughter Elisabeth with their cousins from Hungary during their visit in Bingen. From left to right: Johann, Regina, Andreas, Elisabeth, Josef, Anna and Karl Fenrich. Photographed by Eugene Trutat, 1902.
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Jean was only 5 years when he was sadly murdered at Auschwitz Death Camp on September 1942.
Added Apr 2, 2017 by: Alyssa McIntosh
Alyssa McIntosh
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McAfee Knob - James McAfee Sr 1707-1769 McAfee Knob is one of the most photographed spots on the Appalachian Trail as it winds its way through Virginia. It's a feature of Catawba mountain located in Catawba, Roanoke County, Virginia. Named after James McAfee. James McAfee was a Scotts-Irish immigrant who settled in the Catawba Valley in the late 1730's. On July 23, a very pretty woman with an old-fashioned red dress and with red hair will sometimes appear on the knob. Frequently seen by men but not by women, she is supposed to be the spirit of a woman who committed suicide on that date over a hundred years ago. According to the lore, she beckons men to join her in jumping off the edge to their deaths, and supposedly will sometimes try to push them off.
Added Oct 28, 2016 by: Angie Hopkins
Angie Hopkins
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Martin on left, Herbert M. Senseny in middle, Mary Jane (Jennie) Senseny (Chapman) on right. Not sure where this was taken (Niagara Falls?). This photo has been restored by my daughter Sarah recently. Guessing at when photo was taken, but Herbert (my grandfather) was born in 1884 and he looks about 4 years old, hence the 1888 date.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Feb 6, 2016 by: Todd Senseny
Todd Senseny
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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, 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.
Added Feb 4, 2016 by: Kristi Quist
Kristi Quist
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A photo of the rest stop along Ohio St. Rt. 32 in Peebles Ohion.
Added Aug 27, 2015 by: Jennifer Ashworth
Jennifer Ashworth
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A World War 2 photo taken by William Signore
Added Jun 1, 2015 by: Brenda Wagner
Brenda Wagner
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A photo of unknown people, found in the collection of Laura Wilson
Added May 30, 2015 by: Brenda Wagner
Brenda Wagner
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Two photos taken by William Signore during World War II
This photo was found in an album that said Hazard Kentucky but I don't think that all the pictures were of Hazard. I'd love to know what this is and where it is at.
Added Nov 3, 2014 by: Cynthia Long
Cynthia Long
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this was taken by my grandfather Harry Wass during his time in the army.
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1909 - Unknown
Added Sep 20, 2014 by: Mandy Wass
Mandy Wass
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This was taken by my grandfather during his time in the army, it's the railway tunnels on the Khyber Pass.
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1909 - Unknown
Added Sep 20, 2014 by: Mandy Wass
Mandy Wass
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Eugene Lavallee, World War I, US 7th Artillery crossing the Marne River in France on their horses.
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Aug 1, 1895 - August 1965
A photo of the Spalenka family's presumed home city of Arnostovice
Added Jun 27, 2014 by: Rick Spalenka
Rick Spalenka
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Knut Paul Ourom
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Feb 4, 1922 - Oct 15, 2010
Added May 9, 2014 by: Ellen Ourom
Ellen Ourom
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A photo of Knut Paul Ourom and his daughter Ellen in their own forest, the Risberget forest from Karens family
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Feb 4, 1922 - Oct 15, 2010
Added May 2, 2014 by: Ellen Ourom
Ellen Ourom
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A picture of the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas and pictures of the Painted Desert in Arizona, 1956-1957
A photo of a tank division in Germany.
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Unknown - Unknown
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 "Fall Valley, East Pittsburg": 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.
A photo of where Francis Stafford Golland was killed in action.
People in this photo:
around 1919 - May 30, 1940
Added Nov 10, 2013 by: Michael Murtagh
Michael Murtagh
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This is a photo of Rainbow over Ireland 1990 added by Tony Burleton on September 11, 2013.
Added Sep 11, 2013 by: Tony Burleton
Tony Burleton
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A photo of Bruce Clark Hodges,
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Jun 15, 1949 - Aug 14, 2010
Added Jul 18, 2013 by: Kimberly Hodges
Kimberly Hodges
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Faded photo of pier poles looking back toward a forested hill with a house on the hillside. A man is in a small boat on the water. Handwritten on the back is "Kirpaldie (Kinpaldie?) House- Panhandle East and West Hoquiam"
Added Jul 1, 2013 by: Sharon Hillis
Sharon Hillis
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Train backing up the track in canyon.
Laura Dickson Ellis, walking down a road near Jackson KY: A simple picture of Laura, walking down a dirt road near Jackson, KY circa 1920. It was just another lovely place she and Dr. Frank Ellis lived.
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Added Apr 26, 2013 by: Mary Vail
Mary Vail
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One of the Godforsaken places where my great grandparents, Dr. Frank Ellis and Laura Dickson Ellis, lived. Modern conveniences were almost unheard of back in those days in rural America. How he practiced medicine, I can't even imagine.
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Added Apr 26, 2013 by: Mary Vail
Mary Vail
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