Vehslage Family Photos

Man in yard
Post card with no information on back of a man and woman
Carrie and Wilhelmiena
1883? William and Maria Vehslage family, George, Anna, Carrie(the oldest girl), Louis and Edward the baby.
8th Grade Class at Cortland 1st row 1. Minnie Rhodes (Rust) 2. Louis Henry Vehslage 3. ? 4. Minnie Bottorff (Walker) 5. Mr. Browning- teacher 6.Effie Holimes (Hustedt) 2nd row 1.? 2.Dean Bottorff 3.? 4. Walter Stockhove
Graduating Class of 1907
Five ladies wearing hats at a fair? Tents in background.
Group, 3 in back standing, 7 seated.
Man and woman on front porch of house
2 ladies in front of house with large electric pole
Boy with hat and tie
Lady at creek
Lady with overturned swing set
lady standing in front of tree
Man on wagon seat wearing derby
Boy wearing knickers
2 ladies in front of construction
2 men wearing derbies
Man by cedar tree
3 men, Man on left unknown, Ray Abel (died WWI), Harold Vehslage
Lura Dahlenburg?, Mary Vehslage, unknown
2 boys and puppy
5 people on roof, 5 standing on ground, front Dahlenburg, Mary Vehslage? (2nd), Elizabeth Abel (3rd)
3 ladies with hats
Lady with sunbonnet, background is horse and buggy
Lady standing in gate, oval picture
Family group - old cupboard in background
2 ladies and 1 child in front of house
Lady and girl in front of water
2 ladies with hats, front of old shed, buggy beside shed
Couple with box camera, bridge in background
4 ladies, 2 with fur muffs
2 children wearing Indian costumes
Man in wicker chair holding young child
Lady resting tin chair, pole behind
Black and gold remembrance of Louie Vehslage

Title

Vehslage Family Photos

Description

Vehslage Family Photos

Creator

Jackson County Public Library

Publisher

Jackson County Public Library

Format

Still images

Type

Local history

Language

English

Source

Still images

Subject

Vehslage Family Photos

Coverage

Jackson County IN, Seymour IN

Collection

Citation

Jackson County Public Library, “Vehslage Family Photos,” Jackson County Public Library, accessed December 9, 2019, http://jacksoncountyhistory.org/items/show/320.