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July 31, 2009

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J

I have a similar photo...not quite as old, I don't think. It's one of my great great (etc) grandmothers, and she was born during the American revolution, not before. She's a bit formidable looking, though.

MissMeliss

I think my aunt is hoarding all of my family's old photos, but I vaguely remember a photo done in sepia on that almost-cardboard paper of my great, great, great grandmother in Italy. She was beautiful. It wasn't particularly old, I don't think, but it still carried the weight of personal history.

P.S. I haven't visited your blog in a long time. It's good to read your words again.

Tina

this is fascinating nick. i really love stuff like this

Tina in Houston

Very interesting and cool stuff. I can only go back to the very early 20th century on my family.

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