Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Photo Number 1229

This is Real Photo Postcard from Jen, she purchased it at the antique store in Grand Forks North Dakota.
Postcard Laura Bernard from Jen
A beautiful young woman in a white blouse and a dark skirt.
Postcard Laura Bernard from Jen back
Laura Bernard

This is an AZO Postcard that was used 1904 to 1918.

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From Iggy:
This may be "our" Laura
Laura E Bernard (b. abt 1896 in Iowa) living in West Salem, Polk, Oregon, a young, single, public school teacher and daughter of widowed Theodore Bernard in the 1920 US Census. Laura's mother was Jessie Bernard (b. Mar 1871 d.1920).

4 comments:

  1. She is very pretty. It must have been grand to have had this photo made.

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  2. Laura E Bernard (b. abt 1896 in Iowa) living in West Salem, Polk, Oregon, a young, single, public school teacher and daughter of widowed Theodore Bernard in the 1920 US Census. Laura's mother was Jessie Bernard (b. Mar 1871 d <1920).

    If this is the "right" Laura, she might have known the Pearson girls (Gertie and Nora) from Iowa and/or have been their children's teacher?

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  3. Simple clothes, but very pretty. She looks like a school teacher!
    -Laura

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  4. It's been interesting seeing the links between Oregon and North Dakota in this series of pictures. As Iggy mentioned, there must be some sort of Pearson connection.

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