Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Photo Number 2802

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Pequot Lakes Minnesota.

1955 or 56 Ford Pequot Lakes ant

A 1955 or 1956 Ford.  I think it looks like a 1956 Ford.  I wonder what color it was.  A light color…maybe Diamond Blue, Colonial White, Meadow Mist Green or Golden Glow Yellow?

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Photo Number 2801

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Fergus Falls Minnesota.

Bennie Plane Crash FF ant

A plane crash in the snow.  I think the wing number is NC20201 

Bennie Plane Crash FF ant back

Bennie Bendickson Airplane Crash

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Possibly this is Bernard Oliver Bendickson born Feb 5 1890 and died Dec 6 1950

Monday, December 11, 2017

Photo Number 2800

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
Perc addelle ruby chas etc DL ant
This is the group that we have had before…The Princeton Group that visits the Detroit Lakes area and Tamarac  National Wildlife Refuge.  I have a feeling that one or more of the gals might be from Detroit Lakes.
Perc addelle ruby chas etc DL ant back
Jan 21, 1939 Chas, Ruby, Perc, Addle, Roy + Vic O’Salle  Princeton Minn
I have a number of photos of Chas.  If a relative of his comes along they would get a wonderful bunch of old photos.

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Sunday, December 10, 2017

Photo Number 2799

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.

Out for a walk DL ant

A young man and a dog out for a walk.

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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Photo Number 2798

This is a Postcard from the antique shop in Detroit Lakes Minnesota.
James parents DL ant
A couple standing out in the snow next to a building.
James parents DL ant back
Grand  Falls 1/11 1910
Dear Sister, This one of the postal I had taken of James Father + Mother when they were up here. I printed it to long it is too dark but you can see about how they look.
It was sent to:
Miss Clara Trogstad Lengby Minn
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Update from MJM:
Clara Trogstad was born May 1894 in MN to Nels Olson Trogstad and Kari Olson. Her oldest sister was Gena Trogstad, born 1888, who married James Franklyn Daugherty. If I’ve found the right family, then “James Father & Mother” would be David Daugherty and Nancy Jane Mansfield. 

Update from unknown
Wow!! It isn't David Daugherty, he died in 1888 or 1889, unless the picture was taken prior to his death. More likely, it is Nancy Mansfield and her second husband, Alexander McCrae. The details line up well. Clara Trogstad was 15 on the 1910 census, which shows her family in Columbia, Polk, Minnesota. The card was addressed to Lengby. Lengby is a city in the township of Columbia, in the County of Polk. The 1910 census shows James Franklyn, Gena, and Gena's brother Albert O living in Bear River, Koochiching, Minnesota. Bear River no longer exists, but was either a railroad access for logging or a logging camp south of International Falls. Grand Falls still exists as an unincorporated community 38 miles southwest of International Falls. On the 1910 census, James is shown as a section foreman for the railroad, and Albert is shown as a laborer for the railroad. (SIde note, the Minnesota and International Railroad was extended north from Bemidji to Northome in 1903 and finally reached International Falls in 1907. In 1900, James Franklyn was 14, and living with Nancy and Alexander in Beltrami, right along the extension of the railway)

Friday, December 8, 2017

Photo Number 2797

This is a snapshot from the antique shop in Verndale Minnesota.

Buiding and snow verndale ant

Cars and a snowbank.

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Photo Number 2796

This is a Real Photo Postcard from the antique shop in Fargo North Dakota.

Feathery hat FGO ant

Three people dressed for winter.

This is an AZO Postcard that was used from 1904-1918.

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