By Maureen Taylor on Monday, December 5th, 2016 in Uncategorized.
It’s the kind of story that leaves us all hoping that a missing piece of our family history will pop up and be reunited with us. Photo orphans sit in antique shops all over the world. That’s what happened with this little fellow. Earl Russell Prince, age 3. A colleague gave me this image years […]
By Maureen Taylor on Thursday, November 17th, 2016 in Family photography, Uncategorized.
Thanksgiving usually means turkey and all the trimmings. I’d like you to think about what else the holiday represents. Family and friends. Holidays are great times to collect family history. At our house the dinner chatter usually turns to family history. Food starts that path to reminiscence. My aunt loved parsnips and pearl onions on […]
By Maureen Taylor on Monday, April 18th, 2016 in Uncategorized.
I can still remember the cold snowy winter Sunday when Mom took out the cigar boxes full pictures. I was 8. My sister and I couldn’t wait for her to flip open the lid of the box to reveal its surprises. One by one she took out a snapshot. She gazed at each one then […]