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FRITZLER  -- EDLUND PHOTO PROJECT

The following photos are from the Fritzler - Edlund family of Wasilla, Alaska.  
All were taken pre-1950 (some much earlier than that).

Mark Fritzler, Gloryjean Fritzler and George Hanson were kind
enough to send me the following  photos
with hopes of identifying these early Matanuska Valley faces.


Please feel free to share this link with anyone you think might
be able to contribute names to these photos.  If you would like
to help, please contact me at:

 
 coleen_mielke@hotmail.com



I would like to congratulate Miss Malie Delgado who was recently crowned as
Miss Alaska 2014. She is the beautiful great great granddaughter of Fred and Lillie
Edlund; the great granddaughter of Carl and Vicky(Edlund) Fritzler;
the granddaughter of Gloryjean (Fritzler) Wilson and the daughter
of Vicky(Carson) Delgado.


Malie Delgado
Miss Alaska 2014

Fifth Generation Alaskan
~~~
Some of the following photos appear "fuzzy", but, with the small
photos that I have, I had to choose between "clearer but smaller" photos,
and "fuzzy but larger" photos.  I went for the larger photos with hopes
that someone might see something in the photo that would help them
identify a face.  I will post high resolution photos when I get them.




PHOTOGRAPH  # 1
Grandma Lillie Edlund with youngest daughters, Hilda, Lily and Vicky


   
PHOTOGRAPH  #   2
July 4, 1937
People identified by
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
 George Hanson
Jim Fox


1. George Eric Edlund
2. Carl Fritzler (husband to Hedvig Mabel ("Vicky") Edlund Neilssen Fritzler
3. Oscar Ernest Anderson (Second husband of Lillie Rosella Mead Edlund Anderson)
4. Alton Edlund (son of Anton Edlund)
5. John Fremont ("Monty") Edlund  (in 1937 he was husband to Lillian (Virginia) Grantham Edlund
6. Jack Urban (husband of Edith ("Dee Dee") Edlund McCambrdige Urban
7. Virgil Frances Hanson (husband of Josephine Mary (Lila) Hugh Hanson
8. Ernest Oscar Ohlin (husband to Lily May Edlund Ohlin and nephew to Oscar Anderson)
9. Anton Edlund (brother to John Fredolph (Fred) Edlund
10. George (August) Strigga (husband to Florence Evalina Edlund Strigga (later Fleckenstein)
11. Asa Alonso "Jack" Wilkinson (husband to Roselie Frances ("Rose") Edlund Hugh Wilkinson)
12. John David ("Johnny") Urban  son of Jack Urban




   
PHOTOGRAPH  # 3
Putting foundation under the porch of Wasilla Community Hall?
Who is the man?



   
PHOTOGRAPH  #  4
Mark Fritzler  photo
 Chet Liebing (left) and Carl Fritzler (right) in 1934
 information from back of photo


PHOTO 4 LIEBING
Back of photo # 4  from Mark Fritzler



   
PHOTOGRAPH  # 5
Photo identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson:
Left to right: Alton Edlund, Monty Edlund, Carl Fritzler
Photo taken in Anchorage while Carl Fritzler was carpenter on Fort Richardson




PHOTOGRAPH  # 6
Photo identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson:

Peter Fritzler, older brother of Carl Fritzler




 
PHOTOGRAPH   #  7
Wasilla School  Who are these kids?

1.  Marie ("Mickey") Snider Betts  (identified by Gloryjean) (also identified by Carol Carney)
2.  ??
3.  Jane Cadwallader ( married name Browne)   (identified by Gloryjean)
4.  Stewart Vail  (identified by Gloryjean and  Jim Fox)
5.  ??
6.  ??
7. Rosie Peck  (identified by Allayne Dinkel)
8. Mary Cadwallader  (married name Bergman) (married name Johnson) (identififed by Gloryjean)
9. Richard Eugene Soper (identified by Louise Loberg Bidondo)
10. ??
11. Ernie Peck (identified by Allayne Dinkel)



   

PHOTOGRAPH  # 8


Who are these men?
Number 3  is "Shorty" Emil Gustafson  (identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson and Mark Fritzler and Arlene Fox)

I've also been told (by more than one person) that #2 is Stanley Herning





   


PHOTOGRAPH # 9

Gloryjean thinks the second girl might be Pat Snider?
and the girl on far right might be Ann Snider?

Carol Carney thinks the girl farthest left is Ann Snider
and the girl in the middle is Pat Snider and the larger boy is Peter Snider.

Gloryjean says the taller boy is not Peter Snider; she says the face shape is
wrong and doesn't match school photos.

Allayne Dinkel says that #4 is Pat Snider and #5 is Ann Snider

Wendy Wesser says #2 is Peter Snider, #3 is Mary Snodgrass, #4 is Pat Snider and #5 is Ann Snider

   

PHOTOGRAPH  #  10
Allayne Dinkel says  #1  is Bill Tryck  (her brother-in-law for 60 years)
Who are the other two?
Wendy Wesser says that #3 is Peter Snider


 


PHOTOGRAPH  #  11
Any names for these faces?

1.  Fred Edlund (suggested by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson)
2.  Arnold Edlund ? (suggested by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson)
3. ??
4. ??
5. Alice Snider, wife of Heinie Snider (?)  Suggested by Jim Fox
6. ??
7. ??
8. ??
9. ??
10. ??
11. ??
12. ??
13. ??
14. Annie McNeil, mother of Myrtle and Victor McNeil?  (suggested by Coleen Mielke)
15. ??
16. ??
17. Billy Tryck  (suggested by Jim Fox)
18. Hilda Edlund (?)  (suggested by Jim Fox)
19. ??



   

PHOTOGRAPH  #  12
Note from Coleen: The writing on this photo confuses me. Center (almost out of the picture) it says Wasilla School. To either side of that is 1917 Class and  1925 Class.  There was no "Class of 1917" in Wasilla. The School wasn't even built until November of 1917, so that first class would have (technically) be the Class of 1918.  The Fairview School wasn't built until 1919, so they had
no Class of 1917 either.  I'm guessing this photo was mis-labeled at a later date (?)


Wasilla School  
Any names for these faces?

1. ??
2. ??
3. ??
4. ??
5. ??
6. ??
7. Annie McNeil, mother of Myrtle and Victor McNeil  (suggested by Coleen Mielke)
*.  Little girl? standing in tall grass?
8. Monty Edlund ? (suggested by Jim Fox)
9. Unknown female with mandolin  (suggested by Jim Fox)
10. Myrtle McNeil ?  (suggested by Jim Fox)
11. ??
12. Vicky Edlund ? (suggested by Jim Fox)
13. ??
14. Stewart Vail  (suggested by Jim Fox)
15. Billy Tryck     (suggested by Jim Fox)
16. Hilda Edlund ?  (suggested by Jim Fox)
or
17. Hilda Edlund ?  (suggested by Jim Fox)
18. Elizabeth "Pat" Snider ?  (suggested  by Jim Fox) (Wendy Wesser said that the Sniders were still living in Anchorage in 1917)
19. Lily Edlund (same dress as in photo 13 person #3) (suggested by Jim Fox)   (great eyes, Jim!!)
20. ??
21. Charlie Tryck  (suggested by Jim Fox)
22. ??
23. Peter Snider  (suggested by Jim Fox) (Wendy Wesser said that the Sniders were still living in Anchorage in 1917)
24. ??

 
PHOTOGRAPH  # 13

 1925?
1.  Myrtle McNeil
2. Monty Edlund
3. Lily Edlund
4. Vicky Edlund
5. Hilda Edlund
6. Elizabeth "Pat" Snider
7. Victor McNeil
8. Billy "Beanie" Tryck   (confirmed by Allayne Dinkel)
9. Stewart Vail  
10. Peter Snider
11. (????)  
12. Ann Snider ??  Mary Vail??
13.  Charlie "Collie" Tryck   (suggested by Allayne Dinkel)


NOTE from Gloryjean:  "Mom never went to high school in Wasilla, in fact, she barely went to high school.  When my gramma Lillie went to Anchorage to get her divorce, she worked at washing dishes at an Anchorage hotel.  The "three little girls", as Vicky, Hilda and Lily were always
called, stayed at different sisters, the "big girls", while gramma lived in a room behind the kitchen where she worked.  While they were living in
Anchorage, mom went to school in Anchorage, and just one week of the 10th grade.  When gramma and the girls moved back to Wasilla, when
gramma married Oscar, mom never went back to school again."






PHOTOGRAPH  #  15
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson identified:  Left to right: Ed Fries and Fred Edlund




PHOTOGRAPH  #  16
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson wrote: "George Edlund on left and his brother Monty Edlund on the right. They were building on George's house on Knik Road 1950. Of the 20 acres dad bought from Sharon Fleckenstein in 1949, two of the acres were on the north side of Knik Road.  Dad deeded one acre to Uncle George and the other acre to Lila and Virgil Hanson.  George built and lived on his acre until his death. After his death, his daughter Alice moved up from California and moved into George's place. The Hanson's never did anything with their one acre and in the late  1960's or early 1970's, Lila deeded it back to Carl and Vicky [Fritzler]. About 1970, Carl cleared a small portion of ground and moved a small building onto the property and Mark moved into that, so that was Mark's first home."




PHOTOGRAPH  # 17
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson identified: Vicky Edlund Fritzler on left; her sister Hilda Edlund Sears on right.
Gloryjean took this photograph at the Sears  home on Fairview Loop, across the road from the Edlund homestead 1944-1945.



PHOTOGRAPH  #  18
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson and George Hanson  identified left to right:  
 Rose Wilkinson, "Jack" Wilkinson, Vicky Edlund Fritzler with daughter Gloryjean (front center)
Photo taken in Washington




PHOTOGRAPH  #  19
Photo identified by Gloryjean as:
Wenter Donald and wife Mary Harvey
with children Donna Marie and Kenneth ("Kenny")
Pastor of the Wasilla Church of Christ




 
PHOTOGRAPH  #  20
Inside of the Fairview School

1. Lily Edlund  (identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson)
2. Hilda Edlund  (identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson)
3. Velma Soper (identified by Louise Loberg Bidondo)
4. Vicky Edlund  (identified by Gloryjean)
5. Pearl Soper (identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson and Mark Fritzler)
6. Wanda Soper (identified by Mark Fritzler)
7. Kenny Soper (identified by Mark Fritzler)




PHOTOGRAPH  #  21  
(see photo # 150 for larger version of this same photo)
Oscar Anderson's house in the background "Shorty" Emil Gustafson's house in the foreground Today, they would sit on either wide of Seward Meridian Road near Sears and the old camper park, but close to the road (info from Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson).

"Dad told me that Shorty and my grandfather [Oscar] Anderson, hand dug a well on the property line between the two cabins, 80' down, and did not get any water. So, Shorty took his cabin apart and pulled it to Wasilla with some draft horses.  Oscar took his cabin apart and pulled it over to the edge of the hill across from the car dealership where it is now. Then, Oscar dug a road down the hillside to the bottom of the hill and dug another well down there, 15' down, and hit water.  I think it was just surface water, but he carried two buckets of water up the hill every day.  Oscar's old cabin is what my father built his milking parlor out of.  He just finished the outside and inside and that's why the walls were 2' thick, then, he added the milking parlor onto the back side of the cabin.  He put the bulk tank and the pump equipment in the cabin part.  I always wondered why the walls were 2' thick there.  When we were on the farm, it was my job to throw the dead calves down the well, so every time you drive up Seward Meridian, you're driving over about 20 dead calves, 80' down.  Mom was always scared I was going to fall in and made dad cover it up every time.   [written by Mark Fritzler 11/8/2013]



PHOTOGRAPH # 22
Vicky Edlund Fritzler and Joe Fleckenstein, youngest son of Florence Fleckenstein  1950



PHOTOGRAPH  #  23
Grandpa Fred Edlund with son George Edlund


PHOTOGRAPH  #  24

Carl Fritzler  age 11


 
PHOTOGRAPH  #  25
The Fritzler family,  of German descent, were born in Grimm, Russia;
they immigrated to America in 1912 on the SS Merion

Photo taken in Russia

Identified  by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1.  Elizabeth Fritzler Green  (Carl Fritzler's Aunt) holding her baby  
2. George Peter Fritzler 1850-1912  (Carl Fritzler's grandfather)
3. Elizabeth (Schneider) Fritzler 1852-1936 (Carl Fritzler's grandmother)
4. Amollia "Mollie" (Heldt) Fritzler  1874-1918  (Carl Fritzler's mother)
5. George Peter Fritzler 1876-1927  (Carl Fritzler's father)
6. Katherine (Kate) Fritzler 1904-1989  (Carl Fritzler's sister)
7. Louise Fritzler  (Carl Fritzler's Aunt)
8. Unrelated neighbor
9. Peter Fritzler  (Carl Fritzler's older brother)
10. William Fritzler (Carl Fritzler's older brother)
11. Fritzler baby who died before the family came to America


THIS NEXT PICTURE (#33) IS NUMERICALLY OUT OF ORDER, BUT I DID THAT ON PURPOSE BECAUSE IT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER TO COMPARE WITH PHOTO #25 (SINCE SOME OF THE PEOPLE ARE IN BOTH PHOTOS).

I AM GUESSING THAT THIS  NEXT PHOTO (OF WOMEN STANDING BEHIND THE COFFIN) WAS TAKEN  IN 1912, AND THE DEAD MAN IS GEORGE PETER FRITZLER (Carl Fritzler's grandfather) but thats just MY guess.  

TO ME,  WOMAN #3 IN BOTH PHOTOS APPEARS TO BE GEORGE PETER FRITZLER's WIFE ELIZABETH. WOMAN #1 (BOTH PICTURES) APPEARS TO BE  ELIZABETH FRITZLER GREEN. THE OTHER ONES I'M NOT SO SURE OF.
 ANYONE ELSE HAVE ANY THOUGHTS/GUESSES?


PHOTO # 33  
FRITZLER FAMILY ATTENDING COFFIN IN RUSSIA, PROBABLY 1912?

Jim Fox suggests that woman #4 (in photo 25 AND 33) is Amollia "Mollie" Fritzler, Carl Fritzler's mother.



PHOTOGRAPH  #  26
Vicky Edlund  and Pearl Soper at the Fairview School



PHOTOGRAPH  #  27
Left to Right:  Vicky Edlund, Pearl Soper and Florence Shaw  1925


PHOTOGRAPH  #  28
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson:  Vicky Edlund Fritzler and sister Lily Edlund Ohlin in their
mother's (Lillie Mead Edlund Anderson's) flower garden in Port Angeles, Washington. Gloryjean took
this photo in 1944


 
PHOTOGRAPH  #  29
Shirley and Loraine Strigga Fleckenstein
Daughters of Florence Edlund Strigga Fleckenstein
(identified by Mark Fritzler)



PHOTOGRAPH  #  30
Hedvig Mabel "Vicky" Edlund  1923-1924


PHOTOGRAPH  #  31
Wasilla Community Hall  on Main Street (built 1931?)


PHOTOGRAPH  #  32
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson and Joni Fleckenstein:
 This is the home of Neil "Bud" and Jane (Cadwallader) Browne
on (what is today) the parks Hwy just north of Main Street.


PHOTO  # 34
MARK  FRITZLER  1951




PHOTO  #  35
CARL  AND VICKY FRITZLER  WITH SON MARK  1951



PHOTO #  36
VICKY EDLUND FRITZLER   EXPECTING  SON MARK FRITZLER



PHOTO  #  37

Mark Fritzler identifies:  Carl Fritzler with son Mark Fritzler at Roadhouse in Wasilla
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson identifies:  Carl Fritzler with daughter Gloryjean in Anchorage, or one of the camps,
or RR section houses, not the Cadwallader Roadhouse, which she remembers the interior of?

It has also been pointed out by two people that photo #29 and #37 have the same border on them, which
was common practice in the early 1930's to the mid-1940's (which would lean towards it being Gloryjean being in this photo since Mark was born in 1951) ?

   


 
PHOTO # 40
Fairview School 1927-1928
Per Mark Fritzler's request, I've super enlarged photo # 40  (below)
with hopes it will make it easier to ID people

In the next photo, I cropped the photo and added numbers to the people to make identification easier
Jim Fox suggests this photo was taken 1923-1924



PHOTO # 40 ENLARGEMENT
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson identifies:
#1  as Lily Edlund
#2  as Vicky Edlund
#3  Velma Soper
#4 Kenny Soper
#5  as Hilda Edlund
#6  as Pearl Soper
#7   (teacher)
#8 Wanda Soper


PHOTO # 41
Back of photo # 40

     
PHOTO #  42
Fairview School House 1920

Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson identifies:
#1 Mabel Spybrook  (teacher)
#2  as Pearl Edlund
#3  as Monty Edlund
#4  as Vicky Edlund
#5  as Hilda Edlund
#6  as Lily Edlund



PHOTO # 43
Back of photo # 42




PHOTO # 44
Fairview School before it was restored




PHOTO # 45
After Restoration

Fairview School 2013
Note from Coleen Mielke: Mark Fritzler told me that LeRoi Heaven got a grant to rebuild the old school (which was in very bad shape, see photo #44) in about 1983.  LeRoi and a team of volunteers rebuilt the old school and hoped to keep it in its original location, however vandals have discovered the building and have broken windows and doors.

Mark said he is "on a mission" to get the historic building moved to a permanent and safer place. He has managed to
get the curator of the Wasilla Museum, the President of the Historical Society and the Wasilla Mayor all interested
in moving the old school house as soon as a location is secured. Mark says, "I will be very happy when it is in a safe place and
can last another 100 years".  Thank you Mark!!



PHOTO #  46
Fairview School




 
PHOTO # 47
Fairview School


PHOTO #  48

Wasilla High School Girls Basketball Team   (between 1934 and 1937)

Mark Fritzler suggests:  
#3  is one of the Browne girls
#6  is Mary Cadwallader (Bergman)
#7  is Marie Betts
#8  is one of the Snider girls
#9  is one of the Snider girls

Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson suggests:

#3  is Jane Cadwallader (Browne)
#4  is Mary Cadwallader (?)
#6  is Mary Cadwallaader (Bergman) (Johnson)
#7  is Marie "Mickey" Snider (Betts)
#9  is Elizabeth "Pat" Snider (Hjellen)

Allayne Dinkel suggests:

#3  Jane Cadwallader  (Browne)
#5  Coach Dorothy Hill (Nelson) (Carson)    see note below
#6  Mary Cadwallader  (Bergman)
#8  Ann Snider (?)
#9  Pat Snider (Hjellen)
#12  Rosie Peck  (Selk)
NOTE FROM ALLAYNE DINKEL:  "My mother never played basketball and when she was asked to coach, she agreed, thinking that she could read the rule book and figure it out. I'm not sure if she coachced all three years, but I know she came to Wasilla in 1934 and taught until she married my dad, Peter Nelson, in 1937."

Wendy Wesser suggests:

#1  Elizabeth Oberg
#7  Marie Snider
#9  Ann Snider




PHOTO # 49

Gloryjean identifies: Carl Fritzler with Gloryjean Fritzler; Mrs. Cohan and 2 sons and Sylvia and "Van" Vancurler (RR Conductor)
Canyon, Alaska 1939


PHOTO # 50

Gloryjean identifies: (left to right) Elsie Edlund, Carl Fritzler and Maxine Edlund
(the girls are the daughters of Arnold Edlund)
RR Camp at Canyon, Alaska


PHOTO # 51

Gloryjean identifies:  Mark Fritzler 22 months old  Wasilla  


PHOTO # 52

Gloryjean identifies:  Baptismal  font that George Peter Fritzler (Carl Fritzler's father) built for the
Kimball, Nebraska Lutheran Church. She says that her cousin Steve Fritzler now has it.


PHOTO # 53

Gloryjean identifies: Lillian "Virginia" Grantham Edlund (married to Monty Edlund for a while)
and Gloryjean Fritzler  Spring of 1939  Wasilla


PHOTO # 54

She describes the photo as: Lillian "Virginia" Grantham Edlund, Gloryjean Fritzler and Vickey Edlund Fritzler
Wasilla    winter 1939


PHOTO # 55
  
Described as (left to right): Elsie Edlund, Gloryjean Fritzler, Vickey Edlund Fritzler and Maxine Edlund
Elsie and Maxine are the daughters of Arnold Edlund
Wasilla   Spring of 1938


PHOTO # 56

Described as: Eddie Edlund and Florence Edlund Strigga
1924


PHOTO # 57

Described as Carl Fritzler 1934 age 22 Alaska
Gloryjean says, "The hill makes me think he was clearing for our homestead house."


PHOTO # 58
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
He describes it as:  Second grade class Wasilla Grade School
1958  Mary Bergman Teacher, Mr. Ernie Lion Principal
Identified by Mark Fritzler:
1.  Ron Belden     (also identified by Crystal Snider)
2.  Danny  Minnick  (has passed away)
3.  Wesley West  
4.  Susan Lucas
5.  Bonnie Coghlan
6.  Gerri Ann Lemon (also identified by Cathy Mayo)
7.  Harry Harris
8.  John Combs   (was Mayor of Palmer for a number of years)
9.  Terry Toomey
10.  
11.  Colleen Blissard  (her father was Mark Fritzler's music teacher)
12.  Mary __________
13.  Connie Beldon  (also identified by Tresea Hutt)
14.  Paula Mielke
15.  Dixie Adcock
16.  Pat Coffee ??
17.  Paula  Hubert
18.  Donna Kneff
19.  Amy Line   (principals daughter) (Roger Lincoln told me everyone called the principal Mr. Lion, but the name was really Line)
20.  
21.  Norma Newby
22.  Nancy Carney
23.  Robert  Yadon
24.  Tom  Green   (also identified by Cathy Mayo)
25.  George Engelman  (has passed away)
26.  Mark Fritzler
27.  John Nunley   (also identified by Meg Voss)
28.  Vernon Otcheck  (also identified by Cathy Mayo)
29.  Frank Froelich  (has passed away)
30.  Billy Johnson
31.  ________ Newcomb ? (suggested by Allayne Nelson Dinkle)



PHOTO # 59
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
1968 Wasilla High School yearbook
Marie "Mickey" Snider Betts


PHOTO # 60

She describes it as;  Fredolph Hugh, Vicky Fritzler, George Edlund, and Florence Fleckenstein
at Florence's house in about 1951 or 1952   Wasilla


PHOTO # 61
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Described as: Monty Edlund, Joe Fleckenstein, Gloryjean Fritzler, Dan Fleckenstein   1949
Note from Gloryjean:  Danny Fleckenstein's house is in that spot now on Cottonwood Creek Knik Road

Note from Gloryjean:  "...shows house of Joseph B. Fleckenstein in the background. When dad, mom and I moved back to AK from CA
in '49, we lived in this old house for the summer until dad got a cabin built on the 20 acres he and mom bought from Sharon and Florence
Fleckensein.  The part of the house that faces the people in the picture was quite rotten and no one went into that area afor fear the floor would
cave in.  Later, Sharon tore the house down and built he and Florence's retirement home in this same spot.  When Aunt Florence died, "little Danny", Dan and Joni Fleckenstein's oldest son, inherieted that house and lives there still with his family....it's nice when five generations of a family
still live on the same property and three generations in the same house. I don't think that happens often in a  'new' place like Alaska."


PHOTO # 62
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Identified by Gloryjean:
(Left to Right) Evelyn Wentworth, ,  ?? ,  ??,  Vicky Fritzler
(Men in background?)
1941 or 1942 in Anchorage?


PHOTO # 63
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Described as: Vicky Fritzler and Evelyn Wentworth on the road that went from Spenard to downtown. Now it goes down to
Westchester Lagoon, no road there now, it came out on L Street. (taken same day as photo # 62)


PHOTO # 64
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Described as: Vicky Fritzler and Indian girl Delma, taken by old Anderson home 1934


PHOTO # 65
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Described as: Danny Hugh and wife Bertha with grandma Lillie Anderson in Apron  (California)


PHOTO # 66
This photo was provided by Mark Fritzler

Gloryjean's description:  "At our house in Spenard 1941-1942. This is a group of young wives that would
go to each others houses for a morning coffee ever so often.  Number 3 is Vicky Fritzler, #4 is Aunt Lily, #5 is Evelyn Wentworth
#6 is Helen Curry (Helen moved to Tacoma many,  many years ago and she kept in touch for over 50 years).  Dad and Uncle Ernest Ohlin both
built their family homes in Spenard while they were working at building Ft. Richardson.


PHOTO # 67

Cadwallader's Roadhouse on Main Street in Wasilla


PHOTO # 68
Photo provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wiilson
Identified as Wilmoth's General Store on Main Street in Wasilla,  It burned down in 1932.


PHOTO # 69

July 4th at Herning's general store  
THE NEXT TWO PHOTO ARE  CLOSE UPS OF THIS PHOTO
THE PEOPLE ARE NUMBERED IN THE NEXT TWO PHOTOS

PHOTO 69  CLOSE UP 1 IS THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ABOVE PHOTO

PHOTO 69 CLOSE UP 2 IS THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ABOVE PHOTO



PHOTO #  69   CLOSE UP 1

This is a close up of the people on the left side of photo # 69
Do you recognize anyone?
4.  Fred Edlund?  (identified by Gloryjean)
10.  Mary Marsh Cornelius Edlund ?  (identified by Jim Fox)
14.  Mattie Vail  (identified by Jim Fox)
(not numbered) Vicky Edlund Fritzler (no hat)  is peeking over the shoulder of man # 15.
#17  Maxine Fleckenstein ?  (Gloryjean says "just a guess")


PHOTO #  69  CLOSE UP 2
This is a close up of the people on the right hand side of photo # 69
Do you recognize anyone?

2.    Hilda Edlund
7.  Elizabeth Oberg  (identified by Jim Fox)   Elizabeth was the wife of Hilmer Oberg
14.  Shorty Gustafson  (identified by Gloryjean)
24.  Charlie Tryck (identified by Jim Fox)
26.  Billy Tryck  (identified by Jim Fox)



PHOTO # 70
Photo provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Herning's store on Main Street in Wasilla


PHOTO # 71
Photo provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Carl Fritzler   1928  Kimball, Nebraska   Age 16


PHOTO # 72
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
He describes the photo as Vicky and Fred Edlund  1945



PHOTO #  73
Provided  by Mark Fritzler
He describes this photo as Carl and aVicky Fritzler 1934


PHOTO # 74
Provided by Mark Fritzler
Mark Fritzler describes this photo as  Carl Fritzler and baby.
Gloryjean thinks it is a dog or puppy (?)


PHOTO # 75
Provided by Mark Fritzler
Written on back of photo:  Swen Bodin and Eddie Edlund 1923


PHOTO # 76
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Written on back of photo:  Monty Edlund and Eddie Edlund 1925


PHOTO # 77
Photo provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
She describes the  photo taken in 1924 or 1925??
1.
2.
3.
4.  Fred Edlund
5.
6.  Lily Edlund
7.  Vicky Edlund
8.  Pearl Soper   (suggested by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson)
8.  Carmen Soper (suggested by Louise Loberg Bidondo)
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.  Hilda Edlund??
17.  Grandma Lillie Edlund



PHOTO # 78
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
July 4, 1937

Described by Gloryjean:
1.  Lillie Edlund Anderson
2.  Lily Edlund Ohlin
3.  Margie McCambridge
4.  Delma  (foster daughter)
5.  Vicky Edlund Fritzler
6.  Edith Edlund Urban
7.  Merle McCambridge
8.  Rose Edlund Wilkinson
9.  Lila Hugh Hanson
10.  Lillian Grantham  Edlund
11.  Lorraine Strigga
12.  Florence Strigga
13.  Shirley Strigga
14.  Ruby Ohlin


PHOTO # 79
Provided by Mark Fritzler
Hunting party, Eureka, Alaska  1952


1.  Barney Anderson ?  (identified by Mark Fritzler
2.  Carl Fritzler    (identified by Gloryjean)  (identified by Mark Fritzler)
3.  Henry Jensen  (identified by Gloryjean)  (identified by Mark Fritzler)
4.  Jack Knutsen   (identified by Gloryjean)
5.  Rex Kibbe       (identified by Gloryjean)  (identified by Mark Fritzler)


PHOTO # 80
Provided by Mark Fritzler
Hunting party at Eureka   1952
1.   Ted Knutsen   (identified by Gloryjean)
2.  Carl Fritzler    (identified by Gloryjean)
3.  Henry Jensen  (identififed by Gloryjean)
4.  Rex  Kibbe      (identified by Gloryjean)
5.  Jack Knutsen  (identified by Gloryjean)

Comment by Gloryjean: "I think the year was 1952 because we were already living at g-pa Oscar's old homestead (Parks and Seward Meridian now) and it was before I got married.  Mom and I and other wives were there at Ted Knutsen's (on Fairview Loop) while the men were sighting in their guns for the hunting trip (photo 81).  Jack let me shoot his 22 and I surprised everybody when I hit the bulls-eye with my first shot.  I thought, "well, isn't that what you're supposed to do!"


PHOTO #  81
Provided by Mark Fritzler
Hunting Eureka, Alaska  
Mark Fritzler comment:  Dad said they hired someone at Eureka with a dozer to take their
 equiment in and out of hunting camp 1952
1.
2.  Jack Knutsen (identified by Mark Fritzler)


PHOTO  #  82
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Described as:  Carl Fritzler's Aunt Elizabeth Fritzler Green and husband Conrad
photo taken in Harlem, Montana
Comment by Gloryjean:  "I think this is the man (Mr. Green) dad talked about that was in the Russian Army.
He would have been my dad's uncle by marriage."



PHOTO # 83
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Oscar and Lillie Anderson in Red Bluff, California


PHOTO # 84
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Description:  Florence Edlund about 1920 in Anchorage







PHOTO #  87
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Description:  Photo of Gloryjean 1939 taken by Carmen Soper
(Gloryjean said that Mr. Soper colored photographs)


PHOTO # 88
Family Reunion 2002
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Left to right:  Joe Carson (son of Gloryjean),  Carl Fritzler,  Sam Carson (son of Gloryjean)
In front is:  Nate Carson (son of Sam Carson)


PHOTO  #  89
Family reunion 2002
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler
Description:  2002  Kelso, Washington    Hilda Edlund Sears (87) and Pearl Edlund Oberg Farr (94)


PHOTO  #  90
Family reunion 2002
"COUSINS"
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1. Joan Holly Oberg Russell   (parents Pearl and Gilbert Oberg)
2. Shirley Jean Strigga Malar  (parents Florence and George August  Strigga)
3.  George Dennis Hanson  (parents  Lila and Virgil Hanson)
4. Vernie May Sears Roland   (parents Hilda and Harry Sears)
5.  Don Arthur Sears  (parents Hilda and Harry Sears)
6.  John David Urban (parents Edith and Jack Urban)
7.  Vonnie Lou Ohlin Pfeffen  (parents Lily and Ernest Ohlin)
8.  Margie McCambridge Garnhart (parents Edith and Merle McCambridge)
9.  Ruby Ann Ohlin Wilkerson  (parents Lily and Ernest Ohlin)
10.  Lois May Ohlin Early  (parents Lily and Ernest Ohlin)
11.  Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson (parents Vicky and Carl Fritzler)
12.  Maxine Edlund Lemke  (parents Arnold and Hulda Edlund)


PHOTO # 91
Family reunion 2002
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Left to right:
Molly Toth  (daughter of Kay)
Kay Hoff      (daughter of Gloryjean)
Holly Carson (wife and 2nd cousin of Joe Carson)  (mother is Vonnie Ohlin Pfeffen)
Joe Carson  (son of Gloryjean)
Vaughan Wilson  (husband of Gloryjean)
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson  (daughter of Vicky and Carl Fritzler)
Carl Fritzler
Jackie Carson (wife of Sam Carson)
Sam Carson (son of Gloryjean)
Children in front row:   Samantha and Nate Carson  (children of Sam and Jackie Carson)


PHOTO #  92
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Left to right:   Gloryjean, Carl and Mark Fritzler  (at Carl's house)


PHOTO # 93
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Gloryjean says:  "This is Lund, Sweden, maybe 1931-33. The lady center front in the light print dress is Gerda (pronounced Ya-air-da) Neilssen.
She was oscar Anderson's sister and the mother to Gusta Neilssen, and my mom's mother-in-law for three years.



PHOTO # 94
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Photo taken at Wasilla RR Depot (1928-1930)

Photo from Gloryjean
1.  Sharon Fleckenstein
2.  Maxine (Crocker) Fleckenstein
4.  Billy Tryck
5.  Charlie Tryck
6.  Peter Snider
7.  Ann Snider
8.  Marie Snider
13.  Elizabeth "Pat" Snider
14.  Heini Snider
 

 



PHOTO #  96
Provided by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Left to right:  Pearl Soper Loberg and Vicky Fritzler Edlund
Front: Gloryjean Fritzler
Photo taken at Fritzler homestead


PHOTO #  97  (much clearer photo below, see photo # 148)
Provided by: Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Fairview School

Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1.  Kenny Soper
2.  Wanda  Soper
3.  Lily Edlund
4.  Velma Soper
5.  Hilda  Edlund
6.  Pearl Soper
7.  Vicky Edlund
8.  (teacher)


PHOTO #  98

Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1. Wanda Soper
2. Kenny Soper
3. Stewart Vail
4. Pearl Soper
5. Lily Edlund
6. Velma Soper
7. Hilda Edlund
8. Vickey Edlund


PHOTO # 99
Class of 1952  Wasilla High School
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1.  Pat Carson
2.  Willie Osborn
3.  Charlotte Nelson
4.  Rodney Cottle
5.  Barbara Carter
6.  Laddy Dinkel
7.  Joyce Dinkel
8  Billy Kortila


PHOTO # 100
Edlund kids on the Edlund Homestead  1920 or 1921
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1.  Monty Edlund
2.  Vicky  Edlund
3.  Lily  Edlund
4.  Hilda Edlund


PHOTO # 101
Left is Clara Slumburger (teacher)  Right is Gloryjean Fritzler
Possibly taken in front of the first Wasilla Library which was once Gus Swanson's cabin
Note from Allayne Nelson Dinkle:
 "Probably Wasilla's first library, my mother Dorothy Nelson and Edith Olson (Mrs. Martin) were instrumental in starting it".


PHOTO # 102
Two grades per class, this was 5th and 6th grade 1949-1950

Photo from Gloryjean

1.  Clara Slumburger  teacher
2.  Dewey Chastain
3.  Ronald Jensen  (son of Colonist Henry and Edna)
4.  Jerry Cottle  (top of head)
5.  Edna Hillyard
6.  Daniel Shrock  (Shrock Road named for his father)
7. Lewis McDonald  (son of John and Geneva)
8.  Jerry Sorensen
9.  Bobby Gershmel  (son of Harold)
10.  Herbert Theodore   (Note from Coleen:  son of Wasilla Theodore and his 2nd wife Katie Stephan)
11.  Gloryjean Fritzler
12.  Alice Church (daughter of Colonist John Church)
13.  Annetta Sawby
14.  Jimmy Hilburn
15.  Tommy Mazy
16.
17.  Rita Nicholes
18.  Doris Hillyard
19.  Jean Ann Wilson (daughter of Jim and Claudia and granddaughter of Ty and Annabelle Wilson)
20.  June Gershmel
21.  Freddie Nunley
22.  Jimmy Vicarious





PHOTO # 103
Portage Alaska Railroad bridge gang 1938
From Mark Fritzler


PHOTO # 104
Carl and Vicky Fritzler  at daughter's wedding 1953


PHOTO # 105
Carl Fritzler and daughter Gloryjean  1953
Photo given to Mark Fritzler by Charlotte (Nelson) Adleman


PHOTO # 106
Mark Fritzler
 
PHOTO # 107
Dan and Mary Donovan, early homesteaders
(Note from Coleen:  Dan Donovan appears in the Herning journals as early as 1916)
From Mark Fritzler


PHOTO # 108
Arnold and Hulda Edlund  with daughters Maxine and Elsie
Photo from Gloryjean, she says: "House on left Arnold built, the front side, you see here, faces a side street facing east.
The Hilburn's lived in it in 1949+


PHOTO # 109
(Note from Coleen: The Hilmer Oberg family moved to Wasilla in the fall of 1926, so this photo must have been
taken after that).
Any help with names?
1.  
2.
3. Elizabeth "Pat" Snider  (identified by Charlie Tryck)
4.  William  "Beanie" Tryck
5.  Stuart Vail
6.
7.  Lincoln Peter Snider
8.  Charles Warren "Collie" Tryck
9.  
10.  Mr. Hilmer Oberg
11.  Hilmer J. Oberg
12.  Blanch Tipping Tryck
13.  Florence Oberg  
14.  Mattie Vail
15.  Mrs. Elizabeth Oberg   (she was a Russian-Native born in Unga)
16.  Alice Snider
17.  Elizabeth "Pat" Snider  (identified by Gloryjean Fritzler)
18.  
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24. Margaret _____________ (had red hair and freckels)
25.  _______ Bunge   (teacher)?
26.  Elizabeth Oberg
27.  Arvid Oberg
28.  Gerrit  "Heinie" Snider






PHOTO # 110
Photo from Gloryjean
JM Bryant and wife Cecil, Jackie Slumburger Betts and husband Thur Betts and Vaughan Wilson  (1950's)


PHOTO # 111
Photo from Gloryjean
1. Vaughan Wilson
2. Fred Beyers
3. Clair Stock
4.  Carol Ann Byers
5.  Wilma Wilson
6.  Carla Duff
7.  Neta Stock   (Louise Loberg Bidondo suggests this is Nina Stock)
8.  Larry Stock


PHOTO # 112  
 (there is a much clearer photo below, see photo 146)
Photo from Gloryjean
She describes it as the Edlund house: "The three little girls bedroom was upstairs, far right window. In the fall,
one corner of the living room would be stacked with sacks of spuds to keep them from freezing."


PHOTO # 113
Photo from (of) Mark Fritzler  1953


PHOTO # 114
Photo from Gloryjean
She describes it as:  Vicky Edlund  8 months old  Morton, Washington


PHOTO # 115
Gloryjean Fritzler and Mary Cornelius Edlund 1951


PHOTO # 116
Harry and Hilda Sears family
Child on left is Vernie, boy on right is Donny, and Harry is holding Rosella



PHOTO #  120


PHOTO # 121


PHOTO # 122


PHOTO # 124  
VICKY EDLUND FRITZLER AND SON MARK FRITZLER 1951


PHOTO # 125
WASILLA SCHOOL 1957-1958  
1.  Vernon Otcheck
2.
3. Gerri Ann Lemon
4.
5.
6.
7.
8. Robert Yadon
9.
10. Tom Green
11. Norma Newby
12. Susan Lucas
13. John Combs
14.
15.
16. Steve Behnke
17.  Colleen Blissard
18. Mark Fritzler
19.
20.
21. Danny Minnick
22. Nancy Carney
23. Bonnie Coghlan
24.
25.
26. Donna Kneff
27. John Nunley
28. Paula Hubert


PHOTO # 126
  3rd  GRADE  WASILLA SCHOOL  1959-1960
1.
2. John Nunley
3. Mark Fritzler
4.
5. Norma Newby
6. Robert Yadon
7. George Engelman
8.
9. Tom Green
10. Steven Behnke
11. Dixie Adcock
12.
13. John Combs
14. Harry Harris
15. Terry Toomey
16.
17. Billy  Johnson
18. Pat Coffee
19. Mary __________
20. Danny Minnick
21.
22. Terri Minnick
23.
24. Donna Kneff
25. Nancy Carney
26. Paula Mielke
27. Colleen Blissard
28. Connie Beldon
29. Ron Beldon
30. Wesley West
31. Susan Lucas
32. Bonnie Coghlan
33. Gerri Ann Lemon
34.



PHOTO # 127
Gloryjean Fritzler
Photo provided by   Mark Fritzler


PHOTO # 128
Photo from Gloryjean, she describes it: "This picture was taken years after Cecil "Blackie" Wilson's garage/shop was abandoned after he died in 1948.  It was on 15 acres he bought from Fred Nelson in 1945. Corner of Swanson, Main Street and Bogard Streets.  The building and Quonsets were hauled down from Glenallen area when the military closed down a facility up there.  Harry Sears and others also bought buildings from that site.  This
shop sat  about where the Credit Union is now.  In the 1970's, the black truck was salvaged by Cecil's oldest son Vaughan, restored and passed down
to one of Blackie's great-grandsons that was named after Cecil."



PHOTO # 129
Photo from Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Anchorage about 1941-1942.
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1. Vicky Edlund Fritzler
2. George Edlund
3. Lily Ohlin
4. Lillie (Mead) Edlund Anderson
5.  Edith Urban
6. Rose Wilkinson
7. Gilbert Oberg
8. Pearl Oberg
9. Hilda Sears
10. Gloryjean Fritzler
11. Maxine Edlund
12. Ruby Ohlin
NOTE: Gloryjean pointed out a little boy standing between/behind #12 and #13, she thinks it might be George Hanson?
13.  Rosella Sears
14. Vernie Sears
15. Vonnie Ohlin
16. Alan Hansen ?
17. Donnie Sears




PHOTO # 130
Photo from Gloryjean, she describes it as: "Vernie and Rosella Sears on the tractor about 1942."




PHOTO # 131
Barn Dance 1924  taken at the Experimental Farm?
Musicians, left to right are:   Arnold Edlund, John Fredolph Edlund and Ed Fries
Gloryjean says the three little girls between the first two musicians are: Agnes Snodgrass, Betty Krueger and Vicky Edlund
The woman with the RED asterisk is Johanna Olivia Frydenlund
The man with the RED asterisk is Hans F. Frydenlund


PHOTO # 132
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Carl Fritzler receiving the Governors Award  from Alaska Governor Bill Sheffield, for Carl's community service work (awarded in 1983)


PHOTO # 133
This rare photo was shared  by George Hanson
 Amalie "Malie" Edlund (1897-1915) and her sister Rosalie Francis "Rosie" Edlund (1898-1970)


PHOTO # 134
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as Rosalie Edlund Wilkenson and Rosemary, Alan and George Hanson
1943 Anchorage


PHOTO # 135
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as Rosalie (Edlund) Wilkinson and Alan Hanson
Anchorage 1938


PHOTO # 136
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as Alan and Josephine Hanson
Anchorage 1962


PHOTO # 137
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as, Virgil and Josephine Lila Hanson
Anchorage 1962


PHOTO # 138
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as Rosalie and "Jack" Asa Wilkinson with Carol and Rosemary Hanson
Paradise, California



PHOTO # 141
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as Carol Lynn, Rosemary Joan, George Dennis and Alan Virgil Hanson  
1946


PHOTO # 142
Photo shared by George Hanson
He describes it as  Alan Virgil Hanson and George Dennis Hanson
Probably in Juneau 1941


PHOTO # 143
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Vicky Edlund Fritzler with daughter Gloryjean


PHOTO # 144
Photo provided by Marka Fritzler
Vicky Edlund Fritzler and daughter Gloryjean
Seattle


PHOTO # 145
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Vicky Edlund Fritzler  1942  Spenard


PHOTO # 146
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Edlund house


PHOTO # 147
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Vicky Edlund Fritzler


PHOTO # 148
Photo provided by Mark Fritzler
Fairview School
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
Back row left to right: Pearl Soper, Vicky Edlund and  (teacher, does anyone know her name?)
Front row left to right: Kenny Soper, Wanda Soper, Lily Edlund, Velma Soper and Hilda Edlund



PHOTO # 150
Provided by Mark Fritzler
(see photo # 21 for description)
Oscar Anderson cabin in background, Emil "Shorty" Gustafson cabin in foreground.




PHOTO 151
Photo shared by George Hanson
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1. Lila Hugh (later her married name was Hanson) (daughter of Rose)
2. Photo ID says "he's the baker from the bakery"   name not known
3. Hilda Edlund Sears
4. Florence Edlund Strigga
5. Pearl Edlund Oberg
6. Edith "Dee Dee" Edlund McCambridge Urban
7. Rose Edlund Hugh Wilkinson (Lila's mother)
8. Merle McCambridge ("Dee Dee's" daughter)
9. Margie McCambridge ("Dee Dee's" daughter)
10. George Strigga  (Florence's husband)
11. Johnny Urban  ("Dee Dee's son)
12. Shirley Strigga (Florence's daughter)




PHOTO 154
Shared by George Hanson
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson
1.
2. Florence Edlund
3. Pearl Edlund
4. Monty Edlund
5. George Edlund
6. Edith "Dee Dee" Edlund  (McCambridge) Urban
7. Johnny Urban
8. Merle McCambridge Urban
9. Margie McCambridge Urban
10. Gilbert "Gary" Oberg


PHOTO 155
Shared by George Hanson
Identified by Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson   1932-1933?
1. Monty Edlund
2. Edith "Dee Dee" Edlund
3. Lorraine Strigga
4. Florence Evalina Edlund Strigga
5. Pearl Edlund Oberg
6. Gilbert Oberg Jr.


PHOTO 156
ESKA COAL MINERS
Shared by George Hanson
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6. Herman Hugh   (George Hanson's grandfather)


PHOTO 157
Shared by George Hanson
Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson says this is her Aunt Florence



PHOTO 158
Shared by George Hanson
Note: from George Hanson = "I could be wrong about this but the road behind the boy on the left looks just like the one going up the hill
by the old Harry Sears property where Cleve McDonald lives now. The 2 logs would be pointing towards where the school is, about 200 feet
away. Could this possibly be the logs being cut for the school?"

Note: from Coleen Mielke
= According to O.G.Herning, the Fairview School was originally built with materials salvaged from the
Knik School in December of 1919 by William Black.  Black, Fred Edlund and Wes Vail built the school in the early spring of 1920 (Black
died in April 1920). I'm wondering if one of these men is William Black (?). He had a wife named Ella; their
children were: William, Sydney Elkhorn, Ella Roberta and Hugh "Herman" Black.

Note from Louise Loberg Bidondo = Ella Black Henry said that her mother was a teacher at the Fairview School and my mother
(Pearl Soper Loberg) remembered Ella as a student at the school.  Ella later married Francis Henry and came back to Alaska
as a replacement colonist.

Note from Gloryjean Fritzler Wilson = I don't recognize anyone in this photo, none of our family anyway, or the Sopers or the
Vail's. The children are dressed up for something, as I doubt they would be dressed in white to play.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.



PHOTO 159

Carl Fritzler
Mark Fritzler photo collection



PHOTO 160
Carl Fritzler and son Mark
Mark Fritzler photo collection



PHOTO 161

Carl Fritzler
Mark Fritzler photo collection



PHOTO 162
Carl and Vicky Fritzler with daughter Gloryjean

Mark Fritzler photo collection


PHOTO 163


Carl Fritzler and son Mark
Mark Fritzler photo collection


PHOTO 164
Carl and Vicky Fritzler

Mark Fritzler photo collection

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