Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Photo Number 1066

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Postcard Isabelle Aldrich DL Antiques
Isabelle Aldrich  May 26th Age six months
Postcard Isabelle Aldrich DL Antiques back
An Azo Postcard from 1904 to 1918.  Addressed to Mrs. Eld ?  Bury in Homequist S.D.
Dear Millie, Rec’d your card some time ago and am sending the baby as I said I would.  It is a good picture of her.  You can decide for yourself who she looks like.  Every body around here says she looks like Will.  Does the wind blow any down there It is fierce up here. With Love Lena
There is a show in town today but I did not think that any place for a baby so we stayed at home + worked. Am putting my bed room carpeting down.  Rather late for such work don’t you think.
When I transcribed my husbands Grandmothers Diary from 1911 to 1913 she talked of going to town to the moving pictures show..it was a big deal.  Carpets moved around was also some thing that was mentioned in her diaries, but usually as a spring house cleaning task.
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again:)
Update from Iggy:
 1930 US Census, Millie E Bury (b. 1890) was married to Edward Bury. They lived in Kidder Township, Day County, South Dakota,

1930 US Census, Isabella Aldrich (b. 1913) was the daughter of William (b. 1877 in Iowa) and Irene (Lena?) Aldrich (b.1889 in Wisconsin). They lived in Sand Creek, Beadle County, South Dakota.

Isabell Nina Aldrich married Ward Lewis Goodall in Beadle South Dakota on 6 Nov 1943.

She died on March 17, 1983 in Hand County, South Dakota. Her Find-a-Grave record shows her mother's maiden name was "Hale".

3 comments:

  1. According to https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XQVS-SLG the 1930 US Census, Millie E Bury (b. 1890) was married to Edward Bury. They lived in Kidder Township, Day County, South Dakota,

    According to https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XQJ5-5V6 the 1930 US Census, Isabella Aldrich (b. 1913) was the daughter of William (b. 1877 in Iowa) and Irene (Lena?) Aldrich (b.1889 in Wisconsin). They lived in Sand Creek, Beadle County, South Dakota.

    Isabell Nina Aldrich married Ward Lewis Goodall in Beadle South Dakota on 6 Nov 1943.

    She died on March 17, 1983 in Hand County, South Dakota. Her Find-a-Grave record shows her mother's maiden name was "Hale".

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=95513108

    Millie Bury doesn't appear to be Irene/Lena's sister.

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  2. That is a sweet photograph--and isn't it wonderful that it contains so much information? Hopefully, this one is a sure candidate for a family reunion and Full Circle story!

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