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Family Sapling: 1907

Family Sapling: 1907

"Shands, A.R. (between August 1905 and January 1909)." The offspring of Wash­ington, D.C., physician Aurelius Rives Shands; little Agnes was last seen to better effect here. 5x7 glass negative from the C.M. Bell portrait studio. View full size.

 

On Shorpy:
Today’s Top 5

At least one became a doctor

(top to bottom)
Richard Eppes Shands - June 18, 1897-February 5, 1981 - Lawyer
Alfred Rives Shands - January 18, 1899-April 20, 1981 - MD
George King Shands - August 24, 1900-March 5, 1971
Agnes Horner Shands - January 8, 1903-October 18, 1988

All are buried in Saint John's Episcopal Church Cemetery in Hopewell, VA, along with their parents.

Aurelius Rives Shands - November 5, 1860-April 27, 1941
Agnes Horner Eppes Shands - September 8, 1861-May 29, 1952

Identify those hills!

Okay, Shorpyites. This one's a challenge but you've always come through.

Are those the hills of San Berdoo, Azusa, San Fernando, or where? Do I hear Green Valley? COME ON!!!

[Quite honestly, I think I see Mt. Tamalpais. -tterrace]

Shands totem pole

All with identical ears.

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