Friday, September 29, 2017

Photo Number 2727

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Dorset Minnesota.
Myrtle Charlie and Esther Dorset 3
Myrtle, Charlie and Esther
Possibly a Father and two of his daughters.  Too bad there is not a last name.  It is an AZO postcard that was used from 1904 –1918.  I will guess it is from the 1904-1910 time frame.
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A possibility:
This may be Charles Bosacker and his daughters, Myrtle and Esther. Charles C. Bosacker and his wife, Florence L, are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Le Center Cemetery, Le Sueur county, MN

3 comments:

  1. Yes, too bad no last name...but this would be a fascinating example for using fashion to date photographs. Besides Iggy's admiration of the walrus mustache, I'd like to add my vote for Charlie's hat.

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  2. This may be Charles Bosacker and his daughters, Myrtle and Esther. See the 1910 US Census for Cordova, Le Sueur county, MN; and the 1900 US Census for the same location. Charles C. Bosacker and his wife, Florence L, are buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Le Center Cemetery, Le Sueur county, MN. (Find A Grave Memorial# 124551572)

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