Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Photo Number 1310

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Moorhead Minnesota.
Millie Hart Moorhead Ant
A beautiful young lady in the 1940’s sometime.
Millie Hart Moorhead Ant back
Millie Hart
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Update from Gustavas: 
My Grandmother's sister. She was the daughter of George Hart, and Grace (Beaulieu) hart. From the Waubun Area. Their homestead was at what is now US 59, and 113 just East of Waubun, on the Northwest side of the intersection. Home is still there. 

Incidentally, Grace Hart is also in another of your pictures... the "6 girls in hats #983". Most likely they are "modeling" hats mad by Grace's mother-in-law, Jane B. (Wamsley) Hart, who was well known, and rather proud of the hats she made.

7 comments:

  1. Millie has that 40's hairstyle going on!

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  2. It's hard telling, but the name might be Mellie (short for Amelia)...

    My search so far has been fruitless - Millicent, Amelia... where are you?

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    1. Hi marlu, Perhaps or one of those flat clutch purses:)

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  4. It might be a long shot - perhaps this is Mildred Mabel Hart (1920 in Iowa - 2001 in Deer Run, MN) - she married Albert Glenwood Bird.

    There is a photo on Ancestry.com of this woman - and I'm not sure if they are the same one.

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  5. My Grandmother's sister. She was the daughter of George Hart, and Grace (Beaulieu) hart. From the Waubun Area. Their homestead was at what is now US59, and 113 just East of Waubun, on the Northwest side of the intersection. Home is still there.

    Incidentally, Grace Hart is also in another of your pictures... the "6 girls in hats #983". Most likely they are "modeling" hats mad by Grace's mother-in-law, Jane B. (Wamsley) Hart, who was well known, and rather proud of the hats she made.

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    1. If you would like the photo please contact me by email, it can be found by clicking on the yellow flower. :)

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