Sunday, October 21, 2012

Photo Number 1028

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota. Postcard Bereyle Claudia Streeter  DL Antiques
Postcard Bereyle Claudia Streeter  DL Antiques back
To Aunt Mollie and Uncle Harry From Bereyle  Bercycle Claudia Streeter Taken Xmas 1912 age 2 months 4 da Weight 14 Ibs.  Height 25 inches.

Perhaps the name is Buryle or Bercyle?  Birthdate around October 21 1912..

Do you notice anything about this photo?  They are both smiling.  I enjoyed seeing all the trim on the dress and that a high necked fancy lace under shirt was worn under the gown.

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Update from Iggy:
Bercyle Claudia Cheney nee' Streeter was born to William Edward and Helen Marguerite Streeter nee' Schmidt on October 21, 1912 and died in Sep 1985 in Volga, Brookings, South Dakota.

Bercycle was married twice. She married Theodore Andrew Everson on March 7, 1933.

The Streeter family appears to have moved to Los Angeles in the 1930s.


Aunt Mollie and Uncle Harry are most likely Helen's sister and husband.


6 comments:

  1. Bercyle Claudia Cheney nee' Streeter was born to William Edward and Helen Marguerite Streeter nee' Schmidt on October 21, 1912 and died in Sep 1985 in Volga, Brookings, South Dakota.

    Her find-a-grave memorial is here:

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=93317776

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  2. I think Hellen's older sister Mary/Marie married a Harry Cotten/Cotton but I'm not sure of this.

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  3. Bercycle was married twice. She married Theodore Andrew Everson on March 7, 1933.

    The Streeter family appears to have moved to Los Angeles in the 1930s.

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  4. I hope this one finds a home, it is too sweet!

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  5. Such a sweet photo. I can't imagine this photo being lost.

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  6. Today's photo has become my all-time favorite on this blog! What a tender, adorable vignette. So much is captured in this portrait. So precious. I sincerely hope this one finds its home. There is so much expression contained in such a limited space.

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