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Four wonderful new pictures...

that arrived in the mail in the past week. I just love these. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! (Please? I paid really good money for them! LOL)


Here's one that I got to qualify for the MegaFamily board. Just a nice size family!






The above photo says "Dr. Cosner, Dec. 1920" I love the chubby-cheeked toddlers, and the little one looks so cheeky with that grin, perhaps not quite as dignified as her doctor father!


Comments

Tonya said…
Oh My Word! Those kids look like *y*stairsteps!!! 4 boys and a girl! Too cute!

My hubby is from BC!:):):)
I love your blog! I answered your question within my blog. Blessings to you and yours!
I have nominated you for the Nice Matters Award! http://elizabeth-kathryn-gerold-miller.blogspot.com/2007/08/thank-you-to-my-readers.html
Hi ! Just found your blog. Great idea! I too love vintage photos! I have a large family myself . I have an old family photo you might like with my mother and her 5 siblings from 1928. I would be happy to share it.
Natalia said…
Tonya: they really do! I've written you by email.

Elizabeth: I'm sorry I'm so slow - I was checking your comments and not whether you'd edited the blog entry itself! And I was so shocked to see my site on your blog yesterday - and I had forgotten to check here for any comments! It was so sweet of you. I will reply on your blog.

Lynda: thank you so much! I would LOVE to see your mom's photo. I have also replied on your blog.
Christine said…
Wow! These are wonderful photos.

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Thank you, Maureen!

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