Who Were They?

Lost and forgotten photos from the past

This post 1900 photograph features six men and six women. I gather this is either a large group of friends, brothers/sisters and spouses, or some other family grouping, such as cousins. It looks as thought the lady front-left is sitting on the man behind her, which seems really odd placement. Maybe this is a wedding …

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I just hate it love it when I go to an antique shop that obviously doesn’t care lovingly curates their photographic items for sale. In particular, one of my favorite shops has a stall where people can paw through carelessly spend hours thoughtfully sifting in the crummy cardboard¬†boxes holding piles and piles of photos getting …

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This is a 2×3 snapshot from someone’s wedding. The group is partially identified on the reverse as follows: Left to right: Peter, Nancy Achinson, Joan, Kathleen, Gwen, Renee, Peggy, Dorothy Hearn, Michael and Donald. Harry is immediately behind Renee and Stuart Pemberton behind Peggy.¬† The gentlemen on the far back right are Harry and Stuart. …

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