Monday, November 25, 2013

Photo Number 1410

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Konolds Children DL ant
A group of children.  I wonder what the occasion was?
Konolds Children DL ant back
Konolds Children taken summer 1914
To: Mr and Mrs Walther
From Mrs. Konold   Avoca
This is a NOKO postcard that was used from  1907 to the 1920’s.
Konolds Children DL ant
Seven children.  The oldest girl is doing her best to hold up that baby.  The girls all seem to be wearing flowers.
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Update from Iggy

William Konold (1874 - 1950) and his wife Martha (Schmidt) Konold had (in age order):

Big sister holding baby - Louise Lydia Kahler (1903-1988)
William J Konold (1905 - 1979)
Arthur Carl Christian Konold (1907-?)
Lila Minnie Johnson (1909 -?)
Neva H Illg (1910 - 23 Apr 1994)
Harold Frederick Konold (27 May 1911 - 4 Nov 1984)
The baby - Adolph Otto Konold (1913 - 2007)
---- other children in the same family
Viola Martha Meyer
Ervin Philip Konold
Vernon Ottomar Konold
Evelyn Rose Gerdes
Darlene Hulda Hunnicutt 

4 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a large family this turned out to be!

    William Konold (1874 - 1950) and his wife Martha (Schmidt) Konold had (in age order):

    Big sister holding baby - Louise Lydia Kahler (1903-1988)
    William J Konold (1905 - 1979)
    Arthur Carl Christian Konold (1907-?)
    Lila Minnie Johnson (1909 -?)
    Neva H Illg (1910 - 23 Apr 1994)
    Harold Frederick Konold (27 May 1911 - 4 Nov 1984)
    The baby - Adolph Otto Konold (1913 - 2007)
    ----
    Viola Martha Meyer
    Ervin Philip Konold
    Vernon Ottomar Konold
    Evelyn Rose Gerdes
    Darlene Hulda Hunnicutt

    They are listed on Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=46215109) with links to several - and several memorials have obituaries. I enjoyed the one for Adolph.

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  2. Such a beautiful photo. Love the additional info, too.

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  3. I found an address for Adolph's daughter ( Sharon) in Wayne Nebraska. I will mail her a copy of the blog and see what happens.

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  4. How nice, that you both were able to find out so much!

    My imagination goes to a wedding in the summer, maybe that of the Walthers.

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