Unpacking History One Discovery at a Time
Great tip! I have a number of large family photos.
Wedding at Sacred Heart Church, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana. As identified by the bride and groom’s daughter, Carolyn Louise (DeRose Fredericks Niblick) Hess, they are, back row, 1: unknown; 2: William Lezer, brother of the bride; 3: Mrs. Csardi, an immigrant friend; 4-9: unknown; 10: Emery Lizer, Alex Lezer’s brother and the bride’s uncle; next row, 11: unknown child; 12: groom’s stepfather; 13: groom’s mother; 14: groom, Emil Julius DeRose; 15: bride, Julia Ethel Lezer; 16: mother of the bride, Caroline Gymoti Lezer; 17: father of the bride, Alex Lezer; 18: 10-year younger sister of the bride, Theresa Lezer; 19: unknown, not of the Lezer family; 20: brother of the bride, Michael Lezer
Perhaps you have one, a family photo featuring so many faces you can hardly differentiate them. Carefully tracing a silhouette outline of the people in the photograph and numbering them can provide an easy thumbnail…
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