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Camp Dennison : taken from Old Aunt Roady's Hill /

"Aunt Sabra Van Doren"

[2 young women, mother and aunt of Frances Benjamin Johnston]

Sara Jane: Well, Aunt Cruger, did you have a nice time at the Bowkers'? ... / J McD, after sketch by Bellew.

Samuel Welch and Aunt Abbie Welch near Lee Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

The mountain dentist of old Virginia. Old "Aunt Sophia," whose cabin you see in the picture, aided by her buxom daughter...

The maiden aunt who left the shawl

Aunt Sallie's wonderful bustle /

Aunt Olivia didn't say so but she almost did

Etienne Girardot as Charley's Aunt

Oh, Aunt Sarah, where shall we get another Jack-O'-Lantern?

Aunt Addie & Marguerite

Mary, 13 years old. Short-sighted girl with glasses working after school on flowers [?] with Mrs. Mary - her aunt. 4:30 P.M. Location: New York, New York (State)

Minnie Thomas, a 9 year old girl, works regularly in Seacoast Canning Co., Factory #7, Eastport, Me., mostly in the packing room, and when very busy works nights. Cuts some, and also cartons. Her mother said, "Some of the children cut their fingers half off." Her father and grandfather are in the factory. She lives in Grand Manan in the winter with her aunt, father and mother live here. She says she earns $2.00 some days packing, not so much when she cartons. "Only made $1.70 all last week." Location: Eastport, Maine.

Accident to young cotton mill worker. Giles Edmund Newsom (Photo October 23rd, 1912) while working in Sanders Spinning Mill, Bessemer City, N.C., August 21st, 1912, a piece of the machine fell on to his foot mashing his toe. This caused him to fall on to a spinning machine and his hand went into the unprotected gearing, crushing and tearing out two fingers. He told the Attorney he was 11 years old when it happened. His parents are now trying to make him 13 years old. The school census taken at the time of the accident makes him12 years (parents' statement) and school records say the same. His school teacher thinks he is 12. His brother (see photo 3071) is not yet 11 years old. Both of the boys worked in the mill several months before the accident. His father, (R.L. Newsom) tried to compromise with the Company when he found the boy would receive the money and not the parents. The mother tried to blame the boys for getting jobs on their own hook, but she let them work several months. The aunt said "Now he's jes got to where he could be of some help to his ma an' then this happens and he can't never work no more like he oughter." Location: Bessemer City, North Carolina.

[Accident to young cotton mill worker. Giles Edmund Newsom (Photo October 23rd, 1912), while working in Sanders Spinning Mill, Bessemer City, N.C., August 21st, 1912, a piece of the machine fell on to his foot mashing his toe. This caused him to fall on to a spinning machine and his hand went into unprotected gearing, crushing and tearing out two fingers. He told the Attorney he was 11 years old when it happened. His parents are now trying to make him 13 years old. The school census taken at the time of the accident makes him12 years (parents' statement) and school records say the same. His school teacher thinks that he is 12. His brother (photo 3071) is not yet 11 years old. Both of the boys worked in the mill several months before the accident. His father, (R.L. Newsom) tried to compromise with the Company when he found the boy would receive money and not the parents. The mother tried to blame the boys for getting jobs on their own hook, but she let them work several months. The aunt said "Now he's jes got to where he could be of some help to his ma an' then this happens and he can't never work no more like he oughter."]. Location: [Bessemer, North Carolina].

All these children five years, six years, seven years, nine years and two a little older, were picking cotton on H.M. Lane's farm Bells, Tex. Only one adult, an aunt was picking. Father was plowing. Edith five years, (see preceding photo) picks all day. "Hughie," six years old, girl, picks all day. Alton, seven year old boy picks fifty pounds a day. Ruth, nine years old, picks seventy-five pounds a day. Rob and Lee are about ten or eleven years old. The very young children like to pick, but before long they detest it. Sun is hot, hours long, bags heavy. Location: Bells, Texas.

No. 513: Mr. Jaccaci and refugee children on arrival, July 31st, 1915. No. 514: Nothing was known about this child who was sent to the Comite France-Americain pour la protection des enfants de la frontier by an an evacuation station in the north. After writing it was learned that "When the German troops passed through Ermetieres (Nord), little Antoine, his brother Michel and his sister Georgette were living with their aunt, who soon after left her village to go with her children and nephews to Erquinghem. In November 1914, the refugees were obliged to leave this town and the aunt confided the three children to the care of a friend with whom they remained for 23 months. Last June as Erquinghem was bombarded the children were sent to the hospital of Hazebrouch and from there to the committee. They have never had a word from their father, mother, five brothers and sisters who have remained in the invaded district

Dorsey, Geo. (Aunt)

The old house was deathly still : suddenly Aunt Tiny spoke

Aunt Letty, New Bern, N.C.

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Aunt Samantha Baumgarner [i.e. Bumgarner], fiddler, banjoist, guitarist, North Carolina, Asheville

Children of the drought area in farm home of aunt. Sheridan County, Montana

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Aunt Nellie Pettway, carrying wood from yard for fireplace. Gees Bend, Alabama

Aunt Sally, old midwife, the only doctor or nurse ever heard of in Gees Bend before project was started. Gees Bend, Alabama

Aunt Nellie Pettway, carrying wood from yard for fireplace. Gees Bend, Alabama

PRESIDENT HEADS NATION IN HONORING GREAT EMANCIPATOR AT LINCOLN MEMORIAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 12. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY LED THE NATION IN HONORING THE MEMORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON HIS BIRTHDAY BY CARRYING A WREATH TO THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL WHERE IT WAS PLACED AT THE FEET OF DANIEL C. FRENCH'S HEROIC STATUE OF LINCOLN. L TO R, AS THE WHITE HOUSE GROUP ARRIVED AT THE MEMORIAL: MRS. DAVID GUY, AUNT OF MRS. ROOSEVELT AND WIFE OF THE NEWLY NOMINATED MINISTER TO IRELAND; MRS. ROOSEVELT; THE PRESIDENT; BRIG. GEN. EDWIN M. WATSON, PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY; COL. L.C. CRAWFORD, U.S.N. RETIRED; AND CAPT. DANIEL J. CALLAGHAN, NAVAL AIDE TO THE PRESIDENT WHO LAID THE WREATH FOR THE PRESIDENT

[Aunt Harriett McClintock at the microphone with John A. Lomax, Sr., Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, and Aunt Harriett's "great-grands" children in background, at crossroads near Sumterville, Alabama]

[Uncle Joe McDonald, Aunt Mollie McDonald, and daughter Janie McDonald, near Livingston, Alabama]

[Jim McDonald, on porch of parents' home, with Uncle Joe McDonald and Aunt Mollie McDonald in background, near Livingston, Alabama]

[Aunt Harriett McClintock at the microphone with John A. Lomax, Sr., Mrs. Ruby Pickens Tartt, and Aunt Harriett's "great-grands" children in background, at crossroads near Sumterville, Alabama]

New York, New York. Martinetti grandchild and her aunt at the Christmas tree. The pin indicates that her uncle is in the United States Army

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the bedroom in the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, with her father and aunt in the living room of their home

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, having dinner at home with her father and her aunt

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, with her father and aunt in the living room of their home

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, getting a suggestion from her aunt on the improvement of her technique as she practices the piano at home

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, playing the piano as her father and aunt listen

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, and her aunt, who has taken care of her since her mother died

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, and her aunt, who has taken care of her since her mother died

Buffalo, New York. Laura and Frank Czaya, a couple of Polish descent, in the living room of the home which they share with Laura's mother, aunt, and brother, in Depew. Frank is home on a ten-day furlough. Laura works in the nearby Symington-Gould plant

Washington, D.C. Sally Dessez, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, having dinner at home with her father and her aunt

[Portrait of Cathleen Nesbitt, as Aunt Alicia in Gigi]

Kate Macy Ladd Convalescent Home, Far Hills, New Jersey. Portrait of Aunt Kate

Aunt Lucinda Ferraro Visiting Ferraro Family at the Ranch, ca. 1925

Mae Bongalis and "Aunt" Eva Burnside at the Pine Knob Ramp Supper

"Aunt" Eva Burnside with her grandson, Dean Bradford

Photograph of Martha Jane Jarrell, who married Jake Jarrell in 1876. She was known throughout Marsh Fork as Aunt Jenny.

President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, loved their piece of the Pedernales River, which winds through the property that Johnson purchased in 1951 from a widowed aunt. The ranch house on the land became the "Texas White House" during Johnson's presidency in the 1960s

President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, loved their piece of the Pedernales River, which winds through the property that Johnson purchased in 1951 from a widowed aunt. The ranch house on the land became the "Texas White House" during Johnson's presidency in the 1960s

President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, loved their piece of the Pedernales River, which winds through the property that Johnson purchased in 1951 from a widowed aunt. The ranch house on the land became the "Texas White House" during Johnson's presidency in the 1960s

President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird Johnson, loved their piece of the Pedernales River, which winds through the property that Johnson purchased in 1951 from a widowed aunt. The ranch house on the land became the "Texas White House" during Johnson's presidency in the 1960s

"Aunt Bessie's" home. Washington, D.C., Oct. 29. This unimposing apartment house will no doubt be the scene of a visit from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor when they come to the National Capital sometime next month. It is the home of Mrs. D.C. Merryman, the Duchess' Aunt Bessie. The building is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, just off Connecticut Ave. 10/29/37

"Aunt Nettie Bailey"

New Jersey senator weds in Virginia. Fairfax Courthouse, Va. Feb. 9. United States Senator William H. Smathers of New Jersey, with his bride the former Mary James Foley of Berryville, Va., are shown with a group of relatives and friends who witnessed the ceremony today in the historic courthouse here. In the photograph, left to right: Fred Yale of New Jersey; Joseph B. Smathers, son of the Senator by a previous marriage; Mrs. Smathers, the bride; Senator Smathers; Mrs. B.F. Smathers, the Senator's Mother; Mrs. William Abbott Coleman of Arlington, Va., Aunt of the Bride; Miss Billie Smathers, daughter of the Senator; and Benjamin F. Smathers, another son, 2/9/38

New Jersey Senator and bride leave for honeymoon. Washington, D.C., Feb. 9. Senator William B. Smathers of New Jersey, with his bride the former Mary James Foley whom he married this morning in Fairfax, Va., arriving at Washington Airport to board a plane for Miami where the couple will spend their honeymoon. Left to right: Mrs. William Abbott Coleman of Arlington, Va., aunt of the bride and groom, and Benjamin F. Smathers, young son of the Senator who acted as best man for his father, 2/29/38

Aunt Lucy Smith House, 160 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, MD

Aunt Jemima's plaster, or, Sheep-skin bees wax No. 2. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N.Y., Dealer in Songs, Games, Toy books, Motto Verses, &c., Wholesale and Retail

Aunt Jemima's plaster, or, Sheep-skin bees wax No. 2. Andrews, Printer, ... 38 Chatham St., N.Y

"Aunt Eliza Cook"

"Aunt Sarah Murray & daughter Addie"

"Aunt Grizzy Thomas"

Aunt Mollie's waltz

Aunt Mollie's waltz

Aunt Mollie's waltz

Aunt Mollie's waltz

Aunt Mollie's waltz

Old aunt Lucy, ballad

Old aunt Lucy, ballad

Old aunt Lucy, ballad

Old aunt Lucy, ballad

Old Aunt Julia Ann Jackson, age 102 and the corn crib where she lives

Old Aunt Julia Ann Jackson, age 102 and the corn crib where she lives

[Uncle Joe McDonald, Aunt Mollie McDonald, and daughter Janie McDonald, outside their farm home, near Livingston, Ala.]

[Uncle Joe McDonald, Aunt Mollie McDonald, and daughter Janie McDonald, outside their farm home, near Livingston, Ala.]

[Uncle Joe McDonald, Aunt Mollie McDonald, and daughter Janie McDonald, outside their farm home, near Livingston, Ala.]

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan

Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan

Aunt Charlotte

Aunt Charlotte

My old aunt Sally

My old aunt Sally

My old aunt Sally

My old aunt Sally

My old aunt Sally

Edith, a five year old cotton picker on H.M. Lane's farm Bells, Tex. (Near Denison). "She's a good steady picker. Works all day long," her aunt said. See also other photos taken here. Location: Bells, Texas.

Edith, a five year old cotton picker on H.M. Lane's farm Bells, Tex. (Near Denison). "She's a good steady picker. Works all day long," her aunt said. See also other photos taken here. Location: Bells, Texas.

Poor aunt Dinah

Poor aunt Dinah

Poor aunt Dinah

Poor aunt Dinah

Poor aunt Dinah

Poor aunt Dinah

Aunt Betty's Pond Road Little Bridges, Spanning unidentified stream on Aunt Betty's Pond Carriage Road, Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME