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January 27, 2010

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Renate

That's really great. I have a graduation announcement from one of my father's cousins from 1936, complete with the postmarked envelope and all. I didn't know the person, and don't have a picture of her, but like yours, the announcement is beautiful and on excellent quality paper. I don't know why that surprised me so much, but it did. Maybe I'll post it one day. :)

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ethnicscrapbooking

Renate...please post, that era is much closer to the great depression than mine is, please share.

Mavis

What a great find. My mother has one of those thumbnail pictures of a great uncle. I need to scan it before it's lost. She's got it in a thumbnail size photo frame.

I keep saying I'm going to get into scrapbook (have even bought some kits over the years) but have yet to get going on it. Maybe this will be the year.

Jennifer Owens

wow,, youre really blessed to have som awesome momentos and leagacy to share and leave behind! Nice,thanks for shairng girl! ;0)

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