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This week Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers with with the letter K and a photo from the Keene Public Library’s Flickr Commons account. As it happens, I found and scanned documents about an ancestor, my great uncle (my grandmother’s uncle) Gustav … Continue reading
Every week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers with an image. Hmm. I suppose those white headdresses remind me of old time nuns. Here’s what I’ve found. Frissell, Toni, photographer. Nuns clamming on Long Island. New York Long Island, 1957. [Sept] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2002712185/. … Continue reading
Most weeks I follow the Sepia Saturday theme rather closely. I haven’t used many if any family photos because we don’t have many from way back when. I’m happy to report that I came across a stash of old photos … Continue reading
Every week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers with a nostalgic, visual prompt like the one of the curling club above. I went with a trio of images of people curling. To see more posts, click here. Curling. , ca. 1901. [United … Continue reading
Easter Dawn. , ca. 1897. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/90709342/. My Sepia Saturday post this week celebrates Easter with kids, chicks and eggs. Happy Easter! To see more Sepia Saturday posts, click here.
Every week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers to share photos based on a visual prompt. This week’s photo inspired me to find a photo of a young boy in a sailor suit, but there are other options (e.g. brothers, suit, pairs, … Continue reading
Each week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers with a nostalgic photo. This week’s image sent me looking for umbrellas. To see more inspired photos, click here and go to the Sepia Saturday home.
Each week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers to create a nostalgic or historic post based on a theme. This week we’re given an organ grinder with a monkey, which reminds me of the Horatio Alger book I just finished reading Phil … Continue reading