Jackpot of Clues It appeared as a standard photograph of a home with no clues behind the photo. Yet after some closer observation I noticed a tear. Therefore, as any curious individual or better yet researcher would do. I carefully
Look Who’s Having Fun But who are they? No names were found on either photograph. But there appears to be an acronym on the back. What could ALDP stand for? Adding another post with out words hoping for answers.
First Panda In a purchase from eBay there were a couple of photos, just like this one. Noted on the back of one “1st Panda Bear at Brookfield Zoo“. While I typical share photos with people in them, I thought
Unknown Faces Some unknown face found in this photograph. Another addition to my collection from eBay. It lacks any written messages on the back, there aren’t any stamps. Therefore this one is a true mystery, for now.
Jerry Luckily there was some writing on the back, Jerry. Unfortunately that is all I found, written on the back. Purchased in a eBay auction there is little known about Jerry at this time. One most noteworthy clue, he’s in
Wordless Wordless Wednesday have always been fun. We have all come across many photographs that lack information. Purchased on an eBay auction there is little information provided.
Soldier Field How many of you have ever been to Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois? Soldier Field in Chicago has hosted many events. One that appears to have been captured in these photographs purchased in an eBay collection. Information is
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.
Community Members When it comes to a community there are many sizes and ages within our communities. The Maple Hurst Camp isn’t any different as you can see in the past photos and these below. I wish there were names
Chief of the Camp With only one photograph having information we can tell Chief was someone of possible importance. The notation on the side of Chief’s photograph shows they were in the camp November of 1917. If you’ve been following