This is an early shot of Dorothy, although there is some uncertainty about this. It is either her in the middle, or that is her mother. Both families had three girls and a boy, with exactly the same colouring, just a generation apart. The Missus is not just sure. Perhaps Everything Changes In The Light can verify. My feeling is the fashion is more turn of the century than 1930's but can't say for sure.
I've blogged before about inheriting all of Grandma's photos, as the family keeper of the genealogy. These few photos are courtesy of that bequeathal - only 29 more albums to scan and categorize. Fortunately, in her younger days, she kept very good records of all the family comings and goings, which she generously shared. Although it is not my family per se, it is my daughters' and hopefully one of them will pick up the torch, once I grow to feeble to hold it aloft.
Well this is definitely Dorothy, taken when she was a young secretary of twenty.
|The blushing bride.|
|55th anniversary - sharing a laugh|
|A week ago, with the youngest great grandson.|
And that is about all I have to say for today.
Musings and meanderings from the Musical Gardener.