This darling picture is of my late husband's father on the left and his older sister as little babies.  I love this picture.

This darling picture is of my late husband's father on the left and his older sister as little babies. I love this picture.

Two of my aunts, one on each end, taken probably in the 1940's.  My Aunt Leah, on the left, was my favorite aunt - Aunt Nelle on the right lived in California so I never got to know her well.  However, I think she would have been lots of fun!  In the picture she has on hose and garters!  Fun stuff!

Two of my aunts, one on each end, taken probably in the 1940's. My Aunt Leah, on the left, was my favorite aunt - Aunt Nelle on the right lived in California so I never got to know her well. However, I think she would have been lots of fun! In the picture she has on hose and garters! Fun stuff!

From pictures my grandparents had - I love her hat!  Check out my Pieces of the Past Blog for lots of great old family pictures

From pictures my grandparents had - I love her hat! Check out my Pieces of the Past Blog for lots of great old family pictures

Me, my dolly, and cousin - lots of fun old family pictures on my blog, Pictures of the Past

Me, my dolly, and cousin - lots of fun old family pictures on my blog, Pictures of the Past

My mother, Nan, and grandmother, Maggie, at the family cottage in Rome, Illinois, in early  1900's.  I love this picture

My mother, Nan, and grandmother, Maggie, at the family cottage in Rome, Illinois, in early 1900's. I love this picture

These girls look scared to death

SISTERS w/BABY BROTHER and huge hats sepia real photo Card De Visite Photograph

A local family pictured with a prized teddy bear in the early 1900's. In 1902, a cartoon entitled "Drawing the Line in Mississippi" by Clifford Berryman was published in The Washington Post. This image is thought to have started the teddy bear craze in the U.S.

A local family pictured with a prized teddy bear in the early 1900's. In 1902, a cartoon entitled "Drawing the Line in Mississippi" by Clifford Berryman was published in The Washington Post. This image is thought to have started the teddy bear craze in the U.S.

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