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Art & Stevie: 1952

Art & Stevie: 1952

August 10, 1952. "Art Frandle and Steven Lee (10 months)." The latest dispatch from Blue Earth, Minnesota. Kodachrome by Hubert Tuttle. View full size.

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I am Allan Guggemos. My dad married Norma Galvin of Birchwood WI. She had cousins named Hubert and Floyd Tuttle. Could this be the same family or super weird coincidence?

Could a family member of Hubert please respond? Thanks.

Allan Guggemos

Hubert's brother-in-law

Art Frandle was married to Hubert Tuttle's sister Amy. They lived in nearby Austin at the time, but later moved to Blue Earth. Four years younger than her husband, Amy survived him, and died in 1977 (before siblings Hubert, Floyd and Emily).

Kind of spooky

Steven Lee looks like an adult in a baby”s body!

Arthur E. Frandle 1898 -1972

At Riverside Cemetery in Blue Earth.

Both near retirement

Art then, Stevie now.

(Sheesh, I took Art for someone in his early sixties. But I see from Vintagetvs' post that he's only 54 in this photo!)

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