Look at these precious cuties from grandma Nancy's photo album! Not only are these photos unidentified, but I honestly can't tell if they are little girls or little boys. What do you think?
|Third grade class picture|
|Note the "News of the World" advert on the building on the extreme left of the top photo. |
This was the shop of Francis Skerritt who sold the Sunday paper for 1d.
During the first world war, this shop had the only telephone in the area, so was very much in demand.
Photo courtesy of Bob Richards
|"Artist Studio" by George W. Piggot|
|Age in 1860:||7|
|Birth Year:||abt 1853|
|Birthplace:||United States of America|
|Home in 1860:||New York Ward 7 District 1, New York, New York|
|Post Office:||New York|
|Birth Year:||abt 1825|
|Home in 1850:||New York Ward 6, New York,New York|
George W. Piggott.
George W. Piggott, an artist, died in this city last Sunday of typhoid fever. He was born in Maracaibo in 1852, his mother being a Venezuelan. though his father was of an old New-York Quaker family. He studied art under Walter Shirlaw in New-York and Lefebvre in Paris. and also spent some time in Venice. His best vein lay in portrait painting.
|Source Citation: Year: 1860; Arrival: New York, New York;|
Microfilm Serial: M237;
Microfilm Roll: 198; Line: 1; List Number: 63.
|Source Citation: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; Passport Applications, 1795-1905; Collection Number: ARC Identifier 566612 / MLR Number A1 508;|
NARA Series: M1372; Roll #: 236.
|Design no. 10,821, September 10, 1878|
|Design no. 10, 822, September 10, 1878|
|City Watchman, by William P. Chappel|
View of Elizabeth Street in New York City
Image credit, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
State of Missouri, County of Douglas
This License Authorizes any judge, justice of the Peace, Licensed or Ordained Preacher of the Gospel, or any other person authorized under the Laws of the State to Solemnize Marriage between Thomas McCullough of Arden County of Douglas and State of Missouri, who is over the age of twenty-one years: and Lola Ellison of Beaver in the County of Douglas and State of Missouri who is under the age of eighteen years.
Given by written consent of James Ellison father of Lola Ellison.