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NEW FROM THE VINTAGRAPH VAULTS • VINTAGE ALASKA, c. 1920s

Day at the Beach

Day at the Beach

My great-grandfather Leo Healy and friends spending a day at the beach. Massachusetts, circa 1916.

Old Fashioned Photo Booth

Old Fashioned Photo Booth

My great-grandfather Leo Healy takes several snapshots in different poses in a Worcester Massachusetts photo booth - circa 1915

Quiet Day at Home

Quiet Day at Home

My great-great-grandfather Osborne Alexander Myers at home with his family. Michigan, circa 1893.

Arthur Zickgraf: 1913

Arthur Zickgraf: 1913

My great-grandfather Arthur Zickgraf (standing far right) with his surveying class at Michigan Agricultural College in 1913 - Now Michigan State College. He later became a civil engineer and started Wolverine Engineering in Mason, Michigan.

Brooklyn Murder Trial

Brooklyn Murder Trial

My great grandfather Leo Healy (sitting second from left with hands on table) with his clients, two boys accused of murder in a 1930's Brooklyn courtroom. Both boys were found not guilty.

Little Cowgirl and Cowboy

Little Cowgirl and Cowboy

Cleveland, 1941. My brother and I. Taken by a roving photographer with a pony.

Fall Festival Hungarian Dance, circa 1944

Fall Festival Hungarian Dance, circa 1944

Every fall in Cleveland, Ohio, there would be a harvest festival sponsored by a Catholic Church. The hall would be decorated with grapes and other fruits and vegetables. For several weeks beforehand we had to learn the steps to two or three dances that would be performed on festival day. My mother made my costume - we rented my brother's costume. That's me in the top row, third from the left. My brother is the boy at the end of the second row on the right. View full size.

122nd NY Volunteer Regiment

122nd NY Volunteer Regiment

The 29th Reunion of the the 122nd New York Volunteer Regiment held in Syracuse, NY on August 28th 1891. The white hair gentleman sitting front row center is my great, great, great grandfather, Col. Silas Titus, who was the commander of the regiment during the Civil War.

Family Juarez, Los Angeles late 1920's

Family Juarez, Los Angeles late 1920's

Photograph of two generations of the Juarez family, taken circa 1927 at the family home. That young fellow would later serve in WWII and as of 2007 is still walking 5 miles a day!

1944 Cousins on Henderson St.

1944 Cousins on Henderson St.

First row from left DT Cocco, cousins Angelo Veronese (deceased), Maryann Veronese, back row Catherine Veronese, Phyllis Veronese (deceased). Picture was taken in front of the Veronese residence in 1944.

Railroad Train late 1920's

Railroad Train late 1920's

Eastern approach to the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge. Far right Dominick Cocco, second from right Dominick's brother-in-law Nick Quarttrociocchi, third from right their father-in-law Dominick Digilio. Photo belongs to Kathy Cerilli, granddaughter of Dominick Digilio.

Class Photo

Class Photo

I am not sure where this photo was taken or when, there was no information upon the photo. I wish I knew the story....I figure it was a school photo it is just an amazement to look at this and imagine the lifestyle... No smiles either...

Malden Baseball

Malden Baseball

My great-grandfather's baseball team in Malden, Massachusetts, circa 1910. His name was Ralph J. Mahar and he is in the front row at the far left. Great Site! View full size.

In Front of the Half Moon Inn 1943

In Front of the Half Moon Inn 1943

This is a photograph of me in front of my grandfather's bar, the Half Moon Inn. It was located on White Plains Road between Maran Place and Lydig Avenue, Bronx, NY. The bars are holding up a canopy in front of the Half Moon Inn. The camera is facing north, and the elevated railroad, on the left, runs above White Plains Road.

Chesapeake & Ohio 300 and 1612

Chesapeake & Ohio 300 and 1612

On the inbound tracks at the Hinton, W.Va., engine terminal circa late 1940s are #300, class L-2 Hudson (4-6-4), just in off a passenger run from Cincinnati or Detroit; and #1612, a 2-6-6-6 Allegheny class H-8, used primarily in push/pull coal drag service over the Appalachians to Clifton Forge, Va. The engine crew at the left brought in one of the engines; not sure which one. C&O Railway photo. View full size.

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