Maxine and Sanford

Click photo to enlarge "Maxine DeLong & Sanford Eldridge married May 6, 1950" Maxine and Sanford tied the knot in Los Angeles, California. They settled in Minnesota and had seven children; Don, Mike, Steve, Gwenn, Pat, Theresa, and Barbara. Maxine died in 1995 and according to her obituary the couple were divorced but still friends.... Continue Reading →

And the Beet Goes On

  These are two more treasured photos I picked up from JakeRoebucks.  Be sure to visit often if you love old photos as they are always adding more.  They have mystery lots too, which are super fun! These two young women were Mollie and Martha Sitzman.  If it weren't for the house number being visible... Continue Reading →

She Called Him Fadie

I got this great 1961 identified snapshot in a mystery lot from the Etsy shop JakeRoebucks.  If you love old photos I suggest you check it out. With the unusual middle name of Shira, Madge Jackson was easy to identify.  Born in 1954 to Betty (nee Shira), Madge graduated from Jeffersontown High School in Jeffersontown,... Continue Reading →

How I Love Thee…or not

Henry C. Thee, 31, of Warrenton, Missouri, and Adelia (nee Meyers), 20, of Washington, Missouri tied the knot in 1929 at the St. Peter's Parsonage. This wedding day photo sure paints a grim picture of the couples' affection.  Yikes!  Let's hope they were head over heels in love and what we are seeing here is... Continue Reading →

Oh, Deer!

I looked at this vintage photograph and my eye was immediately drawn to Mollie's expression and then to Johnnie's pipe.  My husband picked it up and said "an albino deer."  I hadn't noticed the deer. haha! Mollie Butz and Johnnie Hornby Jr. were married on Christmas Eve in 1922 in Lincoln, Nebraska.  John was a... Continue Reading →

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