That reminds me of my first tip. When you are not near a scanner (my grandparents don't even have a computer) and are forced to photograph pictures, make sure you photograph the back too. Not all will have writing on the back. or even legible writing, but its a good idea to take a picture if you see something.
Ok ok. less talk. More pictures.
|Yay newspaper articles! Photo taken 1924|
|Girl in middle with glasses is Eleanor Hauck Persing. Approx. 11 years old. She had all the cool stuff in the garage.|
|so THATS why I love potato chips... it's genetic!|
|They all look so happy! *sarcasm*|
|Myrtle? Don't blame her for using Eleanor instead...|
|Look at the size of the class! My H.S graduation had 400+ people!|
|Right side is my Busia|
|2nd row, 2nd in is Busia again|
|Mildred and Louis. I called her Shasha instead of Busia. No idea why. Did distinguish between the two though. In this picture you can see her knee highs.|
|Terrified of the headpiece...|
|Busia, Uncle Emil and Shasha. Guessing my mom is in the blankets?|
|Love this one.|