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The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois is the repository for photographs of more than 8,000 Illinois soldiers who served in the Civil War. Edward S. Johnson with John M. Pearson and Edward R. Roberts
Throughout the nineteenth century, girls wore their hair parted in the center, and boys wore theirs with a side part. This rule was so inflexible that sometimes it’s the only way to tell the gender of a child. BUT THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS. (Below: boy, girl, boy; girl, boy, girl)
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“BAKER Family” which was taken at the Star Gallery in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1880’s with the couple likely in their 20’s or 30’s and three children ranging from age 4 to 8 years old. The oldest is a girl, the middle a boy, and the youngest is a girl as well. There is no other identification on the photograph. shelley thorpe cardiel find these antique photos families 6/15/2013
This photograph of my great great grandmother Clara Haley was posted on my blog back in May 2010. At the end of the post I asked if anyone could identify the man and the boy. Five months later I received a reply to my query....