Thursday, May 23, 2013

Photo Number 1231

This is a Real Photo Postcard from Jen, she bought it at the antique shop in Grand Forks North Dakota.
Postcard Will Ryzner from Jen
This photo was most likely taken around 1910 to 1911, that seems to be the time it was fashionable for men to part their hair right down the center.
Postcard Will Ryzner from Jen back
Will Ryzner
This postcard was used  from 1904 to 1918.
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Update from Iggy: 
This might be him
Vincent William Ryzner (b. 22 Jan 1888 in (variously) "Austria," "Bohemia," and/or "Poland" d. 12 Aug 1969 in Tillamook, Oregon). He was bridge carpenter for the Southern Pacific (railroad) and married to a Bessie (b. 1894 in Michigan d. 1969 in Oregon)

3 comments:

  1. You would think with a name like Will Ryzner, this would be relatively easy to research, but, no....

    The only person I see that might possibly be "him" is:

    Vincent William Ryzner (b. 22 Jan 1888 in (variously) "Austria," "Bohemia," and/or "Poland" d. 12 Aug 1969 in Tillamook, Oregon). He was bridge carpenter for the Southern Pacific (railroad) and married to a Bessie (b. 1894 in Michigan d. 1969 in Oregon)

    How this might tie in with the other photos - I have not been able to determine. Bessie was from Michigan as was one of the other women in this series of photos... Perhaps?

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  2. P.s., the other woman I was thinking of was Mavia Gilson, mentioned in Photo Number 1228.

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