Saturday, July 30, 2016

Photo Number 2312

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

on the beach DL ant

on the beach DL antback

Down on the Gulf Beach at Panama City, Florida.

The sun was so bright,..thus the squint.

Note the pretty white sand that stretches back as far as you can see.

I took the time to look at some more of the snapshots that this red typewriter lady took.  I believe from another similar photo that this is Moe.

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Friday, July 29, 2016

Photo Number 2311

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Mrs Wilkerson DL ant

A lady out on a porch swing.

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This is Mrs Wilkenson on her frontporch swing.  ‘Member I told you what great proch sitters they are down here.  This is the front door andour door was just to the right of the one door you see. She certainly is a nice person..we still go over to see her once in a while.

This lady that typed in red on the back of her photos rarely identified anyone.  There are many of her photos still at the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

I believe this photo was taken near Panama City or Panama City Beach in Florida.

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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Photo Number 2310

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Josephine DL ant

We have a couple of names.  Josephine John’s daughter Kragness  then Mrs. Clark St Louis Mo.

I think perhaps this might be Josephine Kragness. The photo is most likely from the late 1920’s.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Photo Number 2309

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Swimming group DL ant

A group of four that includes two womean a little girl and a little boy.  A cottage is in the background.  Those swim suits sure look like the wool ones of the 1930’s.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Full Circle 149

This Full Circle began when Iggy found a blog for this family!  I contacted the blogger and mailed the photo off.

Anna Huseby Pequot Lakes ant Number 2299

Anna Huseby Photo Number 2299

I heard from Mark a relative:

"Anna Huseby was born 20 Jul 1870 in Winneshiek Co., the daughter of Arne Johansen Huseby and Johanna Margrete Johannesen. She married Anton Erickson 15 Dec 1896 at Big Canoe Lutheran Church in rural Winneshiek Co. Anton, the son of Jens and Ingeborg (Hanson) Erickson Ness, was born 8 May 1859 at Washington Prairie in Winneshiek Co. Anna and Anton lived in Decorah and later moved to North Dakota. They moved back to Decorah and then moved to Spokane, WA where they remained for the rest of their lives. Anton was 84 when he died at Spokane on 25 Oct 1943. Anna died at Medical Lake in Spokane County on 23 Jan 1946 at the age of 75. They were the parents of 4 boys: Jesse Arthur (1897-1970), George Irving (1900-1983), Arnold Milton (1907-1995), and Wilbert Alvin (1910-1992)."

Your readers might also like the picture of the whole family that I have attached. I was given permission to use it and I'm sure it it is fine if you use it also, though please give credit to Bill Waters and the IAGenWeb Project. The boys in the back are George and Jesse. I believe the ones in the front center are Wilbert and Arnold, though I am not 100% sure.
Thanks, Mark

Anton Erickson family

Anna Huseby Erickson  her husband and sons.

Photo used with permission…Bill Waters and the IA Gen Web Project

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Photo Number 2308

This is a photo from the antique shop in Elizabeth Minnesota.  It is a small photo enclosed in the folder.

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The Japanese Garden in Hollywood.  This photo looks to me like it was taken in the 1920’s.

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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Photo Number 2307

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Foreign  writing DL ant
Foreign  writing DL ant back
Perhaps someone can translate.  I believe this photo may be related to the the two previous days photos.
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Update from LarsI
Yes, it is Norwegian:

"Lille Per i fjor sommer. Han er i svigermors kjøkkenhave og spiser rips"

"Little Per last summer. He is in my mother-in-law's kitchen garden eating currants"