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1.   Globe Group, picture taken in 1938 in Globe, Arizona, Shows 2 men and 1 woman.   One of them is my gandfather and my daughter's great grandfather Charles Evan Hazelton, and there is a difference of opinion on which one is him.   We think the other man is a Mc Clure not sure who the woman is.

2.   Globe Group, picture taken in 1938, Globe, Arizona.   The picture shows 2 men and 2 women, my grandparents and my daughter's great grandparents Charles Evan & Meta Bolzau Hazelton are the two people on the right of the picture.  We don't know who the other two people are.

3.   Globe Group, picture taken in 1938, Globe, Arizona.   My grandparents and my daughter's great grandparents Charles Evan & Meta Bolzau Hazelton are the first two people on the left in the back row.  We can't identify the other three women or the man in the picture.

4.   This picture says on the back Henry Roberts.   On the front it says "Plummer, Hinckley Block, Seattle".   It was evidently sent to my grandfather and my daughter's great grandfather Charles Evan Hazelton, as his name and address is on the back also.   But no one seems to know who this Henry Roberts is.  We would love to hear from anyone who can identify Henry Roberts.

5.   Unknown lady, picture taken by Leonard Bolzau, Jr., at the Photographics Anteliers in Lemgo, Lippe, Germany.

6.   Unknown woman holding book (might be a Bible) back of picture says Louise Miller, in my grandmother and my daughter's great grandmother's writing, but this is definitely not Louisa Warnke Miller McMillan.   Could this woman be related to Louisa Warnke's first husband, Joseph O. Miller who was born October 1863 in Canada.

7.   Possibly be Frederick A. Gatke.   The reason we are saying it could possibly be Frederick A. Gatke is because it was in with my grandmother and my daughter's great grandmother Meta Hazelton's pictures of the Gatkes, Warnke & Bolzau pictures and very very light on the back could hardly read said uncle Fred.

8.   Unknown girl holding diploma.   She has on the same type of dress as my grandmother and my daughter's great grandmother had on in a picture where she is holding a diploma.   My grandmother and daughter's great grandmother graduated from Tempe Normal which is now ASU.   Could this be a classmate?

9.   Unknown lady appears to be the same lady as the one holding the diploma.

10.   My grandmother and my daugther's great grandmother Meta Louise Bolzau Hazelton with an unknown lady.

11.   Unknown baby on a rug, could possibly be Lloyd Warnke, son of William Warnke, my grandmother amd my daughter's great grandmother Meta Louise Bolzau Hazelton's cousin.

12. &bnsp; Picture of a small boy, nothing on the picture to indicate who he might be.   Does anyone recognize him?

13.   Family photograph of six.   Man has on a uniform, wife is wearing a bonnet with a big bow, teenage girl wearing a big bow in her hair and three small boys.

  

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These pictures were received from a cousin and we would love to hear from anyone who knows who they are.   Could possibly be people with surnames of Brunson, Russell, Harer, Packard, Byas, Kent, Watkins or Zumwalt.

1.   Three Ladies
2.   Family Picture - Eleven People
3.   Young Couple
4.   Young Lady, possibly a Harer Lady
5.   Same Lady as picture number four
6.   Family Picture - Nine People

  

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All of these pictures were given to us by my father and my daughter's grandfather before he died.   He got them from his mother so most of them are probably Ellsaessers, but there could possibly be some of Franklins or Olins, we think they are mainly Ellsaesser pictures.

1.   Two young men and one lady with instruments, little girl with book.   Front of picture shows Starke Studios.

2.   Three women and one little girl.   Front of picture has Shiffert, Salinas, Kansas.

3.   Eight women in front of a tent, we belive my grandmother and my daughter's great grandmother Emeline Olin is the woman in the second row on the far left with the glasses and hat.   Does anyone know who the other seven women are?

4.   This picture has written on it, actually it is a postcard, and says Grandma Wirthing 84 and Paul Bernard six months.   Does anyone know who they are?

5.   This is a lady in a rocking chair which appears to be in her front yard.   There is nothing on the front or back of the picture to indicate who she might be.

6.   Picture of a man and woman in a garden hot house.   There is nothing on the front or back of the picture to indicate who they might be.

7.   Picture of a man and woman reading a book together.   There is nothing on the front or back of the picture to indicate who they might be.

8.   Appears to be a family with husband, wife and four young men.   There is nothing on the picture to indicate who they might be.

9.   This is a wedding picture of a young couple, but who is it?   Does anyone recognize them?

  

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Here are some more unidentified pictures from the Ellsaesser Family out of the box from my father and my daughter's grandfather that he received from his mother Emeline E. Ellsaesser Olin.

1.   Man with a full beard & mustache, shows Proctor, Girard, KS on the front of the picture.

2.   Unknown Woman, shows Proctor, Girard, KS on the front of the picture.

3.   Unknown Family, appears to be a husband, wife, a little girl and boy outside in the yard, nothing on the picture to indicate who they are.

4.   Appears to be a family with the husband wife, two older boys, one older girl and one younger girl.   Nothing on the picture to indicate who they might be.

5.   Appears to be a family with the husband, wife, two younger girls and one little boy.   Nothing on the picture to indicate who they might be.

6.   Picture of man standing and woman sitting in chair.   Shows on front of picture W. G. Stone, 178 The Grove, Stratford. E.

7.   Picture of an older woman with glasses.   Shows F. M. Bell, Girard, KS on the front of the picture.

8.   Picture of three young boys.   Shows J. C. Logodon, Grenola, KS on front of picture.

9.   Two women sitting in a room, one is knitting and the other reading a book.   Nothing on picture to indicate who they might be.

  

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1.   Picture of two young men and two young ladies, nothing on the picture to indicate where it was taken or who they are.

2.   Picture looks like a family with the husband, wife young daughter and son.   On the front of the picture in the corner it says C. Banner, Hillsboro, Ill, on the back someone has written xmas 1908 and the name looks like Alfred's.

3.   Picture of a baby, on front of picture it shows, Bell, Girard, Kansas.

4.   Picture of a little girl, on the front looks like someone has written in pencil Stigleman.

5.   Picture of a young girl leaning against a chair, nothing on picture to indicate where it was taken or who she is.

6.   Picture of a middle aged man, nothing on picture to indicate where it was taken or who the man is.

7.   Picture of a small child standing next to a chair, nothing on picture to indicate where it was taken or who the child is.

8.   Small picture of a little girl standing on a chair, nothing on picture to indicate where it was taken or who the little girl is.

9.   Picture of unknown young woman, nothing to indicate that who she is or where the picture was taken.

  

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1.   Picture of a young man, shows Pate's Studio, Liberal, Kansas on the front nothing on the picture to indicate who he is.

2.   Picture of an older gentleman and woman, this is a postcard picture with a stamped round emblem in right lower corner that says Hutching, but has nothing to indicate who they are.

3.   This is a picture of an older lady with glasses and another middle aged woman, the same two women that was in the picture of them knitting and reading.   There is nothing on this picture either to indicate who they are.

4.   This is a picture of a young lady that has in the lower right corner Clataroth, Harrisonvile, MO, nothing on picture to indicate who she is.

5.   This picture is of a young man, is not in a frame or anything, so there is nothing to indicate where it was taken or who he is.

6.   This is a picture of a lady reading a book, the front cover does have an insignia in the middle of it but there is nothing to indicate where the picture was taken or who the lady is.

7.   This is a picture of a young man and lady that shows in the lower left corner F. M. Bell, Girard, Kansas, nothing on picture to indicate who they are.

8.   This is a very small picture of a young man in cap and gown that has an insignia in the middle of the front cover, but nothing to indicate where the picture was taken or who he is.

9.   Picture of young man imprinted in the lower right corner is Van Dressler, Decatur, Ill, nothing to indicate who he is.

10.   Picture of a young woman front cover has Stark's Studio and a insignia, but nothing to indicate who she is.

  

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These pictures were sent to me by our cousin Lloyanne Wallien, the great great granddaughter of Emeline Worby Thompson.   Emeline Thompson is the first cousin of my grandmother and my daughter's great grandmother Emeline E. Ellsaesser Olin.  We thank you Lloyanne for these pictures, your contribution is greatly appreciated.

1.   House with six people on the porch.   This picture was in with Lloyanne's grandmother Alta Fern Thompson's pictures and has aunt Emma's written on the back.

2.   Picture with three ladies, two boys and two girls.  Believe this could possibly be the Buhner Family and that the lady in the top row on the left could be Anna Buhner.

3.   Picture of a girl and two boys.  Believe this could possibly be the children of John and Virginia Boulee Worby.  Could be Nora Esther Worby with two of her brothers.

  

We have been unable to identify the pictures on this picture list. If anyone knows who the people are in these pictures please contact us. We always love to hear from anyone researching our family surnames. More pictures will be added as they are found or received from family members.


  

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