Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Photo Number 668

This is a real photo postcard from the Antique Shop in Royalton Minnesota.
Forest Earl Postcard RAS
I am not sure why only a small part of the postcard was used.
Forest Earl  Azo Postcard Triangles up RAS

Forest Earl Byiam (Bijiam?) ( Brjiam?) at Five Months weighed 17 1/4 Ibs.
H. Housen ( Hansen?) & Family

This is an Azo Real Photo Postcard, with triangles in the corner of the stamp box so it is from 1904 to 1918.

Thanks for stopping by, do come again:)

Update from Iggy:


Forest Earl Byram, the son of James Earl and Lydia R. Byram was born September 24, 1917 and lived in Todd, Hubbard, Minnesota in 1920 and 1930.

He passed away September, 1977 in Homewood, CA (located on the shore of Lake Tahoe).

9 comments:

  1. Forest Earl Byram, the son of James Earl and Lydia R. Byram was born September 24, 1917 and lived in Todd, Hubbard, Minnesota in 1920 and 1930.

    He passed away September, 1977 in Homewood, CA (located on the shore of Lake Tahoe).

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  2. Very interesting photo and info above.

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  3. Thanks for "the rest of the story" Iggy. He was a cute little guy.

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  4. I've always found these RPPC's interesting. I have several with a small image, but have never seen one so unbalanced with the image at the bottom. Usually they're at the top of the card.

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  5. Oh, so the surname was Byram. I thought it was Hansen ... Good job there.

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  6. Iggy has found an snail mail address for Forests son. I will send off a copy of the blog today. We will see what happens next:)

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  7. WOW the update on this photo really stood out for me because i have the same birthday as Forest and was born the year that he died and happen to have his mother's first name Weird or what!!! oh and i just stumbled upon your blog been going through your posts and i absolutely love it

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  8. Lydia! Very interesting! So glad you like the blog..I enjoy it also:)

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