Tag Archives: Indiana

The Orphaned Images Project: Class Picture Day

I realize that these young students were probably told to remain motionless while their class photo was taken, but there is not one happy face in the bunch, is there? The writing at the bottom of the photo reads “Estella” … Continue reading

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The Orphaned Images Project: Fairmount Band

This postcard was sent to Miss Ethel Noland, Fowlerton, Ind. on September 18, 1907 at 12:30 p.m., from Fairmount, Indiana. You can learn more here about Fairmount, Indiana in an article written by Fairmount historian Ann Warr. I learned that … Continue reading

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The Orphaned Images Project: Gertrude Kitchen and Olive May

From the writing on the back of the top postcard, I’m surmising the lovely young woman is Gertrude Kitchen (or Kitchens). It is addressed to Miss Ethel Noland, a woman I wrote about in a previous posting on this blog. … Continue reading

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The Orphaned Images Project: Ethel’s postcard home

This postcard was sent to Mrs. J.W. Noland in Laketon, Indiana on March 2, 1911 from their daughter Ethel in Wabash, Indiana. The postcard reads: Dear Papa & Mother, Received Saturday’s check—many thanks. Expect I will be home Saturday. With … Continue reading

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