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Photo #35968

Last Name: Incredibly Lost Photos

First Name : c1900 Family and House

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Date: 1901-1920

Photographer: Smelsen

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Comments: c1900 Family and House Incredibly Lost Photos (Nee: ) | | 1901-1920 | Comments: To See closeup detail of family Click Below- The photos in this group were donated to DeadFred by Bev Colgin. Bev writes that these photos were from her grandparents times. Thier friends (possible surname LINN) from Oregon , a Sailor Al Viether taken June 15th 1918. A man with the surname Del-Vecchio ( possibly) with an unidentifed woman taken at Treasure Island , Sanfranciso Ca. Rose Donovan the Midwife that delivered Bev's father in San Franciso . some snapshoots taken in Denver and Death Valley, A Victorian Family also a photo of thier house taken by J. Smelsen.( also see detail of Victorian family). Two of the photos show a domestic Bob Cat! . Click below to see all the photos Bev Donated. Contact is archivists@deadfred.com Incredibly lost photos are those that have no reference to name or place. These here are probably not going to be found but theres always that chance so we made a home for them here. Contact archivists@deadfred.com

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