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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - 1961 KINNICK Christmas

1961 KINNICK Christmas

This was a family dinner at Christmas time, 1961, where all of my mother's family was gathered. Her parents were still alive (my maternal grandparents), aged 73 and 69, center sitting - but Mom was taking the photo, it appears. Dad is standing on the end, to the right. Mom's younger brother, is lower right. Her older brother is ("balding"), left of center in back row. The rest are their children and grandchildren. I am in the yellow shirt, my wife and first daughter (red pants) to the left of me, standing center.

Families are Forever!  ;-)

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