Saturday, March 25, 2017

Photo Number 2547

This is a very old CdV from the Flea Market in Wadena Minnesota.

Very old cdv man Wadena Flea

Very old cdv man Wadena Flea back

S.M. Hartwell was the photographer in DeKalb, ILL

The paper is very thin, I believe this photo and the one tomorrow are from the late 1860’s.

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Friday, March 24, 2017

Photo Number 2546

This is a CdV from the Flea Market in Wadena Minnesota.

Old woman CDV Wadena Flea Mkt

A elderly lady.  Since this is only a half to three quarters photo I will guess it is from the 1870’s.  Her hair also fits that time, however her gown is from the late 1860’s with the dropped shoulders. Old woman CDV Wadena Flea Mkt back

J O Oleson of DeKalb, Ill was the photographer.

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Mr. Oleson is a native of Norway, born in 1845. In 1868 he emigrated to the United States and located in Chicago, at which time he began business as a photographer. In 1872, after serving under the best photographers in Chicago, he opened an establishment on his own account, and was eminently successful. He continued his residence in Chicago for ten years, coming to De Kalb, in 1878, where he established himself in his business, and for sixteen years was the only permanent photographer in the city.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Photo Number 2545

This is Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Noko Postcard gal with long belt DL ant

This postcard is a NOKO that was used from 1907 to the 1920’s.

Noko Postcard gal with long belt DL ant

I was curious about her hair, does she wear some sort of hat or is there a large bow at the back of her head.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Photo Number 2544

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.

Mrs Sambert Parkers Prairie

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Mrs Sambert Parkers Prairie backjpg

Mrs Sambert

The photographer was N B Baker Rockport N ?

Mrs Sambert Parkers Prairie backjpg

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Photo Number 2543

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.

Bustle lady Parkers Prairie

A lovely lady has elaborate draping and pleating at the back of her gown.  I will guess this photo is from 1877 to 1882.  She also wears a peineta in her hair, a decorative hair comb popular in the 1880’s.

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Bustle lady Parkers Prairie back

The photographer was John H Oleson 307 Washington Ave S Minneapolis Minn

He was at that location from 1876-1880.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Photo Number 2542

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.

Couple CDV Parkers Prairie

A couple that had their photo taken in the late 1860’s or early 1870’s.

Couple CDV Parkers Prairie back

A Overland was the photographer.  I found an A Overland in Minnesota  in 1898.  This photo is thirty years older than that.

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Photo Number 2541

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.

Two children CdV Parkers Prairie

Two children probably from the 1870’s. Sadly they are not identified.  You can see the posing stand behind them.  It was common for photographers to use a stand that held children in place.  Film exposures were very slow so any movement made for a blurry photo.

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Photo Number 2540

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.
Mable Seger Parkers P ant
This lovely lady seems to be wearing a gown made with heavy fabric like those worn in the 1870’s.
Mable Seger Parkers P ant back
Mrs Willis Glidden
Mabel Seger
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Update from Iggy:
Mable Glidden lived in Mitchell County, Kansas in 1900. She was the head of the household's wife, 39 years old, and identified as white. Mable was born in Illinois around 1861. Her father was born in Pennsylvania, and her mother was born in Ohio. In 1900, Mable was married to Willis C. Glidden, and they had one child named Walter L.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Photo Number 2539

This is a CdV from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.

Mary keeler Wood Parkers P

A woman with her hair pulled back into a snood. This photo was probably taken in the late 1860’s or early 1870’s.

Mary keeler Wood Parkers P back

Mary E Keeler – Wood

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Photo Number 2538

This is a Funeral Card from the Flea Market in Wadena Minnesota.
Mary martin Funeral Card Wad Flea
Mary F Martin
Born March 2, 1843
Died Sept 22, 1916
Age 73 yrs, 6 mos, 20 days
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Mary martin Funeral Card Wad Flea

Update from MJM:


Thomas was the son of Daniel Martin. He married Mary Frances McNish on 15 NOV 1866 in DeKalb, IL. They were the parents of Maud (1868), Hannah (1870 IL, Albert Hosmer), Mattie (1872), Dora (1874 IA, John Figert), Allie (1876), Julia (1879), Hattie (1882), and Mable Esther (1884, George Sanderson).

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Photo Number 2537

This is a Funeral Card from the Flea Market in Wadena Minnesota.
Thomas Martin Wadena Flea
Thomas H Martin
Born Aug 23 1840
Died Nov 8 1912
Age 72 years, 2 mos, 16 days
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Thomas Martin Wadena Flea
Update from MJM:
Veteran Civil War - Co K, 20th Iowa Infantry

Thomas was the son of Daniel Martin. He married Mary Frances McNish on 15 NOV 1866 in DeKalb, IL. They were the parents of Maud (1868), Hannah (1870 IL, Albert Hosmer), Mattie (1872), Dora (1874 IA, John Figert), Allie (1876), Julia (1879), Hattie (1882), and Mable Esther (1884, George Sanderson).

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Photo Number 2536

This is a Funeral Card from the antique shop in Parkers Prairie Minnesota.
w Chambers Parkers Prairie
William Chambers
Died Jan 31, 1896
Aged 68 yrs and 1 mo.
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w Chambers Parkers Prairie

Update :
I found a William Chamber born Jan 1 1832 in County Clare Ireland, he died Jan 31 1896. He was married to Mary. He is buried in St Mary's Cemetery Waukegan ILL 
I have added the funeral card at Find A Grave

Monday, March 13, 2017

Photo Number 2535

I have a few Funeral Cards to share.  They are the same size as Cabinet Cards.  They measure  6 1/2 inches by 4 1/4 inches.
Sanderson Funeral Card Wadenda Flea
C.W. Sanderson
Died Sept 16, 1904
Age 72 years
I think the idea of these Funeral Cards is wonderful. I suppose they were sent to relatives far away.
This one was purchased at the Flea Market in Wadena Minnesota.
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Update: 
A Possibility:
Clarke Wesley Sanderson born April 18, 1932 in Vermont. Died Sept 16.1904 in Carroll County Iowa. His parents were Moses Sanderson and Jane L Kendall.
He married first Carrie E Piper they had two children Sarah Alice and George M. Second he married Sarah E Leavitt and they had one child John.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Photo Number 2534

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Pequot Lakes Minnesota.

six pictures of usPequot Lakes 

six pictures of usPequot Lakes back

six pictures from us

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Photo Number 2533

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

A dog and two people DL ant AZO T Up

A man, a dog and a small child.

This is an Azo Postcard that was used from 1904 to 1918.  Sadly it is not marked.

I like the plant, the steps and the old screen door, how relaxed the dog is and how cute that small child is and how cool that man thinks he is.

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Friday, March 10, 2017

Photo Number 2532

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Myrtle Leithe Dlant

Myrtle Leithe Dlant back

Best Wishes from your Daughter Myrtle  To Mr and Mrs E Leithe

This is possibly a 8th grade graduation photo. This postcard was used from 1907-1929.

I presented two photos previously of Myrtle and her sister Evelyn Photo Number 2323

What we know from Iggy’s research.

Myrtle Anna LEITHE was born on 7 Nov 1900 in Battle Lake, Otter Tail Co., Minnesota. She died on 28 Jan 1996 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota
She was married to Oscar Samuel WELTZIN on 31 Dec 1922 in Battle Lake, Otter Tail Co., Minnesota. Children were: Ruth Angeline WELTZIN, Lorraine Winifred WELTZIN.

This Real Photo Postcard came from the Antique Shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.  The other two photos came from the antique shop in Elizabeth Minnesota. 

I sent a note to a family member in August of 2016…with no response. There is also a funeral card that is connected to this family  Mrs Evan Leithe Photo Number 2322

Four photos just waiting for family to claim them.

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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Photo Number 2531

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Men in old Pickup DL ant

This is a Rexo Postcard. They were used from 1905 to 1920.  Ths one is probably from the 1920’s.

Men in old Pickup DL ant back

There is a name on the back  Hutch.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Full Circle 153

This Full Circle began with a message that MJM left at Ancestry.

Soon after a comment appeared on the blog.

The Internet is an amazing place. The lady in the photo is my Great-Grandmother Rose Kristine. She was the sister of Methe who married Luther Mayre Ford. The Fords and the Rasmussen's / Rich's were very close. Rose married George Rich. I remember them both as a young child and used to sit on his lap to watch TV. This is a photo I haven't seen of her. By the way, my five year old daughter is named "Rose Kristine" after her Great-Great Grandmother. I have a nice photo album from the Ford family with lots of photos of Luther and Methe. He worked as a mailman while he attended law school. I think it was one of the Ivy league colleges back East. He passed the bar, worked for something like five years as a lawyer but quit and went back to being a mailman since he enjoyed it more. I am curious how you came to have a photo of Rose? Are you related to the family? Thanks so much for posting it. I have a similar photo that was taken right after her wedding to George Rich (by the way my six year-old son is named after him).
Best Regards,

Scott

Hi Scott, The photo came from a antique shop in California, a fellow by the name of Craig purchased them and then sent them on to me.

I am happy to send you this photo. Please contact me by email with your address. Click on the yellow flower and you will find it.
How wonderful that you ha
ve a little Rose that appreciated the photo!
 
Aunt Rose Luther M Ford Craigs Number 2491 (2)
Photo Number 2491  The photo was marked Aunt Rose

There was another name on the back.  Luther M Ford  (Luther’s wife Methe and Rose were sisters)

Scott contacted me by email:
Ma'am,
Thanks again for making the photo of Rose available to the family. It is one of only two photos we have of her from that period. Her Great-Grand Daughter will be thrilled.

I mailed the photo.
 
Connie,
Your package arrived without trouble and we are thrilled to welcome Rose back home to the family. This is now one of only two photos we have of her from this period of her life. Attached you'll find a photo of her namesake...little Rose Kristine who wore her rose decorated dress in honor of the photos arrival and is holding the photo of her G-G-Grandmother whom she is named after.
Thanks again for all your help bring her home after over 100 years apart. I will send you a letter in the mail this week.
Best Regards,
Scott
Rose G G Grandaughter of Rose in Photo 2491
Rose Kristine    Photo used with permission
Connie,
I'm sorry for the delay in responding...I got tied up with affairs the last week. Sure you can use Rose's photo in your blog. She was really excited to see her Great-Great Grandmother...we really appreciate your pulling this all together. I still can't believe she traveled all this way and through so many hands to come home. She now sits next to her husbands photo in the cabinet.
Best Regards,
Scott


I think that this one of the loveliest Full Circles I have helped along.  It makes me very happy to return photos to family that really appreciate them. 

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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Photo Number 2530

This is the last photo from Craig’s Collection.  Yeah!  I can finally pack these photos away until they are claimed!  They have taken up residence under my desk for the past three maybe four years.

Mrs S Zwerfel 1904 Craigs 

The photographer was Rhinehart in Omaha

Mrs S Zwerfel 1904 Craigs back

Mrs S Zwirfel   Dec 25 1904

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Monday, March 6, 2017

Photo Number 2529

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Minnie E Fox Craigs

Minnie E Fox Craigs back

The photograper is Lee Stearns  in Wilkes Barre PA

Minnie E Fox Craigs back

Minne E Fox?

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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Photo Number 2528

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Maggie Craigs

Hocket and Hartsook were the photographers in Marion Ind

Maggie Craigs back

Miss Maggie ??sig 

Hubbs Station Ind

M N C

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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Photo Number 2427

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

Ollie Apple and other names Craigs

Davis is the photographer in Charleston W.VA

Ollie Apple and other names Craigs

The name on the front of the card is Ollie Apple Kenton O

Ollie Apple and other names Craigs back

 

Ollie Apple and other names Craigs back

Miss Frances Marelia/Marcha ?  432 North Street  Kenton Ohio

The paid stampsays Paid April 18 18?2 which I think may be 1892.

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Friday, March 3, 2017

Photo Number 2526

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.

M A Husten Craigs

C Theo Cain was the photographer in Owensboro KY

M A Husten Craigs back

Mr A Huster/Herster??

This photo was most likely taken about 1885.  I say that because the top button of the coat is buttoned.

This fellows eyes are strange…possibly a repair by the photographer.

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Thursday, March 2, 2017

Photo Number 2525

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.
Hiram Rodee Craigs
This is a thin paper type photo.
Hiram Rodee Craigs back
Hiram Rodee  (Grandpa)
(Bessie Scotts Grandfather)
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Update from Iggy:
Hiram Rodee  March 11 1837 New York died Oct 27 1918 in South Dakota.  His wife was Cornelia and they had children;  Leslie, Henry Burton and Hiram. 

Henry Burton Rodee had a daughter "Bessie" Elizabeth Conelia Rodee Scott 1872-1953 she married Millard Gordon Scot

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Photo Number 2524

This is a photo from Craig’s Collection.

I believe it is a photo of a photo.

Photo from Holland Craigs

On the bottom it says Elite Studio 182 Main Street Paterson NJ

Successor to Post

Photo from Holland Craigs back

 

Neelye  Metze

Kaste Lyn

Taken in Holland City of Delf

Off to the right side it says Neederland

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