Singing What a fun and colorful group of singing men, I’m of course only guessing. Yes because this is another photo without much information. This was one in another collection that I purchased off of eBay.
Quick Tip I believe some of you might find this tip very useful, quick and easy. Whether your researching at your local library, archives or even going through your own collection. This tip can be used, there is only one
Leaning More Barbara and John Wanting to learn more about our family and ancestors is something many of us understand. Both Barbara and John joined me at the Corbit Calloway Memorial Library in Odessa, Delaware. Weeks earlier Barbara had entered
Rothenburg Imagine my delight when I came across these in a photo album I purchased in Germany. The previous week I shared three photos of some young ladies who are unknown. These photos of Rothenburg give a unique glimpse into
Falling in Love with his Student In today’s society this would be disturbing & criminal that is, a teacher falling in love with his student. That wasn’t the case for teacher and student 1830’s in Philadelphia. Augustine J.B. Mailly fell
Mother and Daughter Learn of Ancestors Meet Gene and Dawn, mother and daughter, who recently received some information about their ancestors. They entered a drawing at the Corbit Calloway Memorial Library hoping to win a “Genealogy Research Package”. As a
Unknown Friends or Family The following three photographs were included in a book I purchased while in Germany. There are a few notations on the back of some photographs but not all. The three young ladies could be friends or