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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • THE TOY DEPARTMENT, 1913

Family Excursion 1919

Family Excursion 1919

Members of my mother's family in Merced Falls, California, on an excursion from their home in San Francisco. Their family car is a 1914 Hudson 6-54. Standing on the running board, my mother and her twin brother Albert, with her older brother Francis and mother Marie standing at the right. Her father John is in the car, barely visible behind the windshield; oldest brother Jack drove, but isn't in this shot. Anna, a family friend, is seated on the running board. They're visiting my mother's older sister Mary, who had recently wed and moved to Merced Falls. View full size.

Family archives date this trip in the summer of 1919, although there's a 1920 license plate; I'm not sure how they were issued back then.

Some of these folks are also seen in a 1916 family portrait.

Scanned from original 2-1/2 X 4-1/4 116 roll film negative.

Great photos!

The two photos are amazing. Wonder when the age of "portrait" photography died.

 
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