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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Kinnick Family Gathering in 1928


Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Kinnick Family Gathering in 1928





A Kinnick family gathering, it appears, in Stuart, IA, where Uncle Robert lived at the time, in honor of a visit by a Kinnick cousin, from Illinois, the gentleman on the right, in the photo.


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Robert was younger brother to my Grandpa, Paul Kinnick. In the photo, Paul is the taller one in the middle, back. To his right in the photo is Everett Brideson, husband of Paul's sister, Gertrude (she is far left lady). From the left, the ladies are: Gertrude, Dorothy (my Grandma, Paul's wife), Nettie (Paul's mother), then Edna, Robert's wife. Robert is the other flat hat, second from the right! ;-)

Kids are, from left: Eileen Kinnick (my mother, Paul's daughter, not quite 10), and four of the five children of Robert and Edna (likely the oldest, Lyle (11), is taking the photo); Ila Jean (also not quite 10), Burdette (3-4), Gretchen (8), Betty (6).


Families are Forever!  ;-)

4 comments:

  1. wow... what a GREAT pic... thanks!!

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  2. THANKS! Almost takes your breath away, doesn't it! ;-)

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  3. When I view these vintage photos with so many subjects, it is a reminder that film, photos and money to obtain both was precious. Thanks for sharing this, great pic. Where is the "like," button?

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  4. Alice, you left a comment. Much better than a Like button! ;-)

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