You've probably figured out by now that I am especially fond of Older Technologies. Photography was fast becoming a popular pastime at about the same time phonographs and radios appeared in family parlors. Surviving pictures open a window into the way our ancestors lived. I love to see the old cars and farm equipment. Don't throw those old pictures away, you may have treasures of your own!
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|The girl in front is Grandma Bardenwerper. She died in 1979.|
|Great Grandpa Findenkeller after a good day at the fishin' hole. C. 1920.||
Here is Dad with his '50 Hudson Hornet in front of the Officers' Family Barracks at Fort Bliss, Texas, C.1952
|Great Grandpa and Grandma on the porch of their Kimberly, Wisconsin home.||
Great Grandpa Aegler and his brand new 1917 Model "T". Grandma is in the front with Great Grandma in the back.