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Easter Bonnets

Easter Bonnets

This was taken in 1958 in Windsor (then Riverside) Ontario. From left to right: my mother, Betty; Aunt Katherine; my father's mother; and Aunt Molly. One mile behind the trees is the City of Detroit. Everyone is ready for the Easter service at the Riverside United Church. My grandmother and the two Aunts were visiting from Toronto, and there was always a traditional shopping spree to Hudson's famous department store in Detroit. This Kodachrome was taken by my father, John McIntyre, with his Leica camera. He worked at Ford and I think the car is a Monarch. My father and Aunt Katherine still live in Toronto. View full size.

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1957 Monarch Richelieu Phaeton sedan. Quite rare. Outta the way, ladies!

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Wow! And a perfect car for those gals. Thanks!

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