Fellow Sepians, I have deduced that our esteemed blog master is relaxing on a gondola in Venice. Check out Alan's twitter feed on < https://alanburnett.com/ >. I'm very grateful that he's kept the Sepia Saturday pub doors unlocked, and I look forward to reading all about his late summer holiday and admiring his fine sepia photos of Italian culture.
Since I don't twit(er) I missed the good Alan is out enjoying Venice! Thanks Mike! My post today is some photos from the internet, focus maybe on materials used to build houses. Other things too.
A 1950 mystery with a buggy, my sister and me and an unknown visitor.
Nice to be back here after a busy summer away from my computer and blog (sometimes we DO need a break :-). Continuing my series on the 1950 US census, this time focusing on my paternal ancestors/relatives.
Eveline's senior class play was a few days before graduation.
I found some clues in my grandmother Sally's photo albums that helped me also identify some more of the photos in the album that belonged to her sister Gerda. Pram included! ;)
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