Sunday, June 17, 2012

Photo Number 909

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Postcard Bosa and Her husber Feb1917 DL Antiques
Bosa and her husber
The bride is wearing a shorter length dress she also has a hat and a large bouquet along with her corsage.  The groom wears a corsage..his hair style was popular around 1910..( I have a photo of a relative taken in 1911 with the same haircut.) It appears that this groom didn’t follow the men’s fashion trends..could be if he found a hair style he liked he wore it for years.
 Postcard Bosa and Her husber Feb1917 DL Antiques back
Feb 17 1917 Lignite N. Dak.
This is Bosa (Rosa) and her husber.  How do you like it how are you we are fine Why don’t you write love to all is pa home again write soon Henry and Emma
In the name and address part.. Brother Willie and sister Bertha
This is for Willies Birthday they came to late but I guess it all right.
This is an Azo postcard that was used from 1904 to 1918.
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again:)

Update from Anonymous;
Ancestry.com, 1910 Census
Henry Pommier, Age 33
Emma Pommier, Age 33
Daughter, Rosa, Age 12
Son, Forest, Age 10
Living in Foothills Township, Burke Co, ND
Lignite, ND, is in Burke County, ND



I featured Forrest Pommier in Photo 892. 


Update from Iggy:
Rosanna Paulean Pommier (b. 7 Mar 1898 in Minnesota, d. 8 Mar 1996 - Seattle, King, Washington) married Henry W. Frank (b. 9 Mar 1889 Richmond, Stearns, Minnesota d. 16 Feb 1980 - Seattle, King, Washington) on Nov 22, 1916. They had at least three children, including a son named Sylvester H. Frank born in 1918.

Rosa's brother Raymond Forrest Pommier died on 29 Sep 1990 in California. He was married to Cornelia Neidomeyer.


12 comments:

  1. Good morning,
    Ancestry.com, 1910 Census
    Henry Pommier, Age 33
    Emma Pommier, Age 33
    Daughter, Rosa, Age 12
    Son, Forest, Age 10
    Living in Foothills Township, Burke Co, ND
    Lignite, ND, is in Burke County, ND

    ReplyDelete
  2. His hair appears to be very curly, I think it probably looked "wild" for his whole life.

    Great detective work Anonymous.

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is a sweet picture.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Loved her hat. With his wild and crazy hair, perhaps he should have worn one, too...

    ReplyDelete
  5. Wonder if the groom continued to have a thick head of hair his entire life.
    I'm unable to post a comment to your blog via iPad. I don't have that trouble any place else. Just thought you should be aware.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Wasn't Forrest Pommier a subject in one of your recent photos?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes! Thanks! I featured him in photo 892.
      http://forgottenoldphotos.blogspot.com/2012/05/photo-number-892.html

      Delete
  7. Emma May Pommier nee' Walthers' brother was William (Willie) Walters and Bertha was his wife.

    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2GK-Y34

    "Mr. Henry F Pommier of Murray township and Miss Emma Walther were married at Avoca Tuesday by Father Riodan." - Murray County Newspaper dated 1897.

    Who Rosa married I don't know.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Rosanna Paulean Pommier (b. 7 Mar 1898 in Minnesota, d. 8 Mar 1996 - Seattle, King, Washington) married Henry W. Frank (b. 9 Mar 1889 Richmond, Stearns, Minnesota d. 16 Feb 1980 - Seattle, King, Washington) on Nov 22, 1916. They had at least three children, including a son named Sylvester H. Frank born in 1918.

    Rosa's brother Raymond Forrest Pommier died on 29 Sep 1990 in California. He was married to Cornelia Neidomeyer.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I will mail the photos to Karen a relative in Washington in the morning:)

    ReplyDelete

Hi, Thanks for the comments, your input on these old photos is appreciated! I don't do awards, award me a comment! English only please! This is a word verification free blog. I can no longer accept anonymous comments.
Connie