Mrs. Charles White was Ann Green (Stampfer) White.
Miss Mary Cecelia Green of St. Louis was a career woman who never married.
Herman L. Green married Bess Catlin.
Notes, Sources, and References:
1) The Pittsburgh Jewsish Newspaper Project may be found at http://digitalcollections.library.cmu.edu/pjn/index.jsp
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The Green Family Photo Album has so many fun pictures on its pages. Today we are highlighting some with people on the move- or, at least, looking like they are on the move.
Above- some great hats! I wonder if this is a real automobile or a posed picture in a studio. Sadly, we don’t know the names of these people.
We haven’t been able to identify any of the above children on a porch swing, or any of the other beautiful little children.
Another page with people we cannot identify, but a day at the lake and on the move in boats looks like fun!
Taking a day off for a picnic, photo, and stroll is another way to get ‘out’ of the city, even if it might be in a local park. That top hat would make a young man look quite dandy strolling down the street. We think the women on the right, both top and bottom, may be Estelle Green.
And we have saved the most perplexing page for last:
We think that the top left picture is, from left, Rose (Brave) Green, Sam Stampfer (her son-in-law, married to daughter Ann Green), and Bess Dorothy Green (Rose’s daughter). Bessie’s daughter had identified the picture of the young woman in glasses as her mother. However, take a look at the photo at the bottom right of the page- the two women sitting almost look like twins! They have different hats so if it was a double exposure, the hats would have needed to be changed. If a double exposure, why only the one woman, not the other? Could they be cousins that look very much like each other? Or were there twins we just didn’t know about in the family? Censuses, family oral history, and other research has never turned up such information. It is one of the most perplexing genealogical puzzles we have ever faced. If anyone out there has any suggestions or knowledge about these people, we would love to hear it!
Notes, Sources, and References:
1) Green Family Photo Album
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