Friday, January 3, 2014

Photo Number 1447

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Lester Rohan DL antiques
What a cutie balanced just so on that pillow, and that chair looks like it would fit in a corner.
Lester Rohan DL antiques back
Lester Rohan Four months and three weeks old.
Algot Anderson of St. Paul was the photographer.  He was a photographer in St Paul from 1894 to 1926.
This is a Azo Postacrd with triangles going up…so that means it was used between 1904 to 1918.
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Update from Iggy:
James Lester Rohan (9 Jan 1920 in -23 Jul 2009 in Fremont, Alameda, California) was the son of James Phillip Rohan (14 Oct 1887 - Dec 1975) and Elizabeth Rohan. Lester lived in Saint Paul, Minnesota until after 1940 working as a "sound man".

From Jacqi:
James L. Rohan Age 89 Formerly of St. Paul, MN Passed away on July 23rd, 2009 in Fremont, CA. Preceded in death by parents James P. and Lizzie Rohan and brother, Wm L. Rohan.  He served in the Merchant Marine during WW II and worked at NWA in Minneapolis. He retired from Aeronautical Radio, Inc. in California.

This photo went Full Circle 90 on August 27, 2014

5 comments:

  1. James Lester Rohan (9 Jan 1920 in -23 Jul 2009 in Fremont, Alameda, California) was the son of James Phillip Rohan (14 Oct 1887 - Dec 1975) and Elizabeth Rohan. Lester lived in Saint Paul, Minnesota until after 1940 working as a "sound man".

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  2. 89 years in 2009 and we are in 2014 looking at his baby picture.

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  3. Happy looking child with bright prospects.

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  4. Ah...ringing in the new year with baby pictures. So fitting!

    I hope this little guy finds a home soon. He looks so cheerful!

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  5. This photo will be mailed to Marie in St. Paul Minnesota tomorrow morning:)

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