“Launched by Alan Burnett and Kat Mortensen in 2009, Sepia Saturday provides bloggers with an opportunity to share their history through the medium of photographs. Historical photographs of any age or kind (they don’t have to be sepia) become the launchpad for explorations of family history, local history and social history, in fact or fiction, poetry or prose, words or further images.”
My offerings today include dogs and children. I’ll be darned if I could locate a pram or a stick in any of my photos. These are photos from my paternal and maternal side, my husband’s family, and my cousin’s family.
|My Mom, Patricia A. Milne with her dog, circa 1928 - Detroit, Michigan|
|My great grandparents, Mae & William Gould with their dog, circa 1920 - Detroit, Michigan|
|My brother Norm (brown arrow) and his 3rd grade class, 1960-61 - Norcrest Elementary School, Pompano Beach, Florida|
|Our dog, Gypsy, July 1970 - in our backyard in San Diego, CA.|
|My husband's mother Dorothy Fink and her brother Elwood "Al" Fink, circa 1915-1916 - Buffalo, New York|
|My 1st cousin once removed, Everett William Hockster and his sister Ellen, circa 1915|
|My half brother, John Zimmerman, 1946 - probably Detroit, Michigan|
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