Friday, December 19, 2014

Photo Number 1775

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
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A lady standing out on the back steps.
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Larimore N.D. 12/7/10
Here, here! Come out of those deep thoughts +come up.  Thank you very much for the card.  We knew it was some of Will’s work.  With Best Wishes  Mrs W.T. Ridenbaugli ? Ridenbaugh
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The postcard was sent to Mr. Frank Taylor  Box 228 Grand Forks N.Dak.
Cyko postcards were used from  1904 to the 1920’s.
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A huge barrel probably for water and a coal bucket on top.
Thanks for stopping by.
Update from Iggy:
Caroline Norris Ridenbaugh (1867 - 1942)  While she and her husband William T. are buried in Indiana, they lived in Larimore, ND in 1910 according to the US Census. 
William is listed as a brakeman for a railroad and blacksmith.

4 comments:

  1. I suspect the woman in the photo is Caroline Norris Ridenbaugh (1867 - 1942) Find A Grave Memorial# 92756645. While she and her husband William T. are buried in Indiana, they lived in Larimore, ND in 1910 according to the US Census. I hope they closed that door before the house got freezing cold!

    William is listed as a brakeman for a railroad and blacksmith.

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  2. I thnk she put on her "best" apron for the photo!

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  3. Wonder if Frank Taylor was a relative, or just a friend...

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  4. I sent a link to this post to a couple people that have William and Caroline in their ancestry family trees. Here's hoping someone can find the closest relative. :-)

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