Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Photo Number 1914

This is a wallet photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Charles DL Ant

Charles DL Ant

Charles back DL Ant

Charles Roth 1930

I am not sure what is written on the front of the photo.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Photo Number 1913

This is a wallet photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Bette DL Ant

Bettie

Bette back DL Ant

Sis- We’ve had lots’ of fun in the past three years + it’s been swell knowing.  Have all the more fun in the future.  Love, Bettie

This is a tinted photo…not many people liked to pay extra for tinting. 

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Monday, May 25, 2015

Photo Number 1912

This is a photo from fellow blogger Nancy. 

Nancy wrote: A friend found this photo in the disbanded Eagles Club. I will gladly send it to you for your Forgotten Old Photographs blog.  All the soldiers are identified but the place & year are mysteries.
Hopefully it can find a good home.

Soldiers fron Nancy

RTC 86 A  RTC is Recruit Training Command

Soldiers fron Nancy back of photo

 

Here are the names. ( To the best of my ability)

1. Walter Uecker

2. Chille Thomas

3. Joseph Tutlewski

4. Rueben Tuejello

5. Gilbert J. Thiel

6. Ernest N. Turco

7. Floyd Thompson

8. Chester E. Swencki

9. Joseph  Trenal

10. Robert Tschohl

11. Albert Terrian

12.  Joseph P Toporski Jr

Cpl A.H. Yowell

Cpl Ludwig C. Schwartz

***

1. J ? Zwaneski ?

2. Leo F. Wolke

3. William E. Witt

4. Albert C. Zemke

5. William D. Woodlock

6. Orville Hanbey

7. Eugene Ziarkowski

8. Albert C. Fredericksen

9.  Alfred Vanden Breul

****

1. Vernie Stahl

2. Charles Wheatley

3. Layne Whitehead

4.  George A White

5. John Taslov  switch around with Alvin

6. Alvin C Zeleski switch around with John

7. Norman Steen

8. Edgar Steinke

9. Harold Stanull

10. Elmer Stafford

11. Lyle Wells

12.  Lawrence Stieber

*****

1. George Stempke

2. George Staltmen

3. Denzel “Denny” Leeper

4. Howard Staxley

6. Edward s. Wozniak

7. Charles E. Spindlog

8. Lester L. Smith

9.  Carson Pearl

10. Stanley Skowronski

11. Alfred J. Spaetti

12. Harry I Skinowlorf

***

1. Benjamin Smith

2. Le Roy Spiegelhoff

3. Pvt. Ray J. Simon

4. Corp. Edward L. Kisten

5. Corp. Leon Bedwell

6. Sgt. Wolf

7. Wiley T. Moore

8.  Sgt. V. Grassman

9. Corp. H. M. Thompson

10. Chas A. Speck

11. Fred Snipes

12. Garret Smalligan

I will mail the original to the first person who contacts me, after that I will email a high quality copy.

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Update from Iggy:

Many of the soldiers are from Wisconsin, with an enlistment date of March 31 1942 and they are at Fort Sheridan, Illinois.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Photo Number 1911

This is a wallet photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Helen DL Ant

Lots of Luck Helen

Helen back DL Ant

Sis - Remember the good old days when we had so much fun.  And now suddenly it’s all over at least our high school days.  I hope we see each other after we’re out of school.  Good Luck to you and Moe.

I am thinking that the gal that kept these photos was known as Sis….and her beau is Moe.

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Photo Number 1910

This is a High School Graduation  wallet photo from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Ray DL Ant
Ray Z Miengoon ? Ellingson ?
Ray DL Ant
Ray back DL Ant
Sis Remember those Tuesday nights on water tank hill and the charlee horse in your leg.  Seems funny now doesn’t it.  Good Luck with Moe.  Ray
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Friday, May 22, 2015

Photo Number 1909

This will be the last of Craig’s Scans for awhile.  I made it through the batch that I scanned.  We will have a few graduations photos now.
Wentworth Wright Class of 07 Craigs
Harry L. Plummer was the photographer in Lewiston, ME.
Wentworth Wright Class of 07 Craigs back
Yours Sincerely Wentworth S. Wright  St. A. ‘07
He has a stylin’ bow tie!
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Update from Iggy:
Wentworth Spencer Wright (8 Jan 1889 in Illinois - 14 Mar 1963 in Alameda, CA) 

His father, Edmund Wentworth Wright was an educator that graduated from Harvard. Edmund was a High School Principal in Old Orchard, Maine during 1906-1911.

Wentworth was an insurance salesman in San Francisco. Wentworth and his wife Inez had a son named Paul (c. 1920)

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Photo Number 1908

This is a Cabinet Card from Craig’s Collection.
Mrs Moll CRaigs
The photographer is R.W. Hubbell from Red Wing Minn
I found that he was an active photographer from 1886 to 1893.
I will guess this one is taken closer to 1886 because it looks like this gown might have a bustle.   The Cabinet Card also has a pink back that was seen from 1880 to 1890.
Mrs Moll CRaigs back
Mrs Moll
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Update from Iggy:
There is a chance this is Amanda Malvina Gurley Moll. (She was born in 1847 and married in 1865 and died in 1886.)

I believe her husband, Justus Bernard Moll worked for the railroad Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul-Pacific known as the Milwaukee Road that went through Red Wing.