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Last Name: Loesel

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Subject's State: MI

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Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1901-1920

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Comments: Loesel (Nee: ) | MI United States | 1901-1920 | Comments: Un-mailed postcard manufactured by AZO with four triangles all facing up in the corners of the stamp box. The back of the card is divided so this card was produced between 1907 – 1918. The hand written message on back reads “This is what the Loesel family looks like at Riverside Park.” Although no names are given other than the surname, the shape of the woman’s nose is very similar to that of Carl Christian Julius Schultz which leads me to believe this is his daughter, Frederica. Frederica was born February 10, 1872 in Richville, Tuscola County, Michigan. On October 24, 1897 she married John Michael Loesel and they had four children: Irma, born October 4, 1898; Milda, born September 22, 1901; Adelaide M., born January 30, 1904 and Raymond Carl, born June 4, 1906.

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