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    Rescued Photos: McCarrick and Fogarty Family Photographs

    Shelley Cardiel rescues photographs from flea markets, eBay, you name it. She does what research she can to identify the family and then posts her findings on mailing lists, message boards, and photo sites in an attempt to reunite the pictures with family. What she does is awesome. I contacted her recently to see if she thought including them here might help. I hope it does! Please contact Shelley if you have information about her photos or project.

    I’ve “rescued” a group of three photographs identified as members of the MCCARRICK – FOGERTY Family. The first is one of Mary MCCARRICK FOGERTY which was taken at the D. P. Thomson Studio in Kansas City, MO in 1887. Mary appears to be in her 20’s at the time it was taken. The other two photographs are of Rosie FOGERTY and were both taken at the same Thomson Studio in . . . [Yes! There’s more!]

    Rescued Photo: Parcher Family Photograph 1900s

    Shelley Cardiel rescues photographs from flea markets, eBay, you name it. She does what research she can to identify the family and then posts her findings on mailing lists, message boards, and photo sites in an attempt to reunite the pictures with family. What she does is awesome. I contacted her recently to see if she thought including them here might help. I hope it does! Please contact Shelley if you have information about her photos or project.

    I’ve “rescued” an old photograph of Louise PARCHER which was taken at the C. S. Bishoff Studio in Maryville, MO. Louise is listed as 5 months old at the time the photograph was taken and weighs 20 lbs. It appears to have been taken in the early 1900’s. Based on limited research I was able to gather the following information regarding Louise and her family:

    Louise PARCHER was b. 6 . . . [Yes! There’s more!]

    Rescued Photo: Heppler Family Photograph 1890s

    Shelley Cardiel rescues photographs from flea markets, eBay, you name it. She does what research she can to identify the family and then posts her findings on mailing lists, message boards, and photo sites in an attempt to reunite the pictures with family. What she does is awesome. I contacted her recently to see if she thought including them here might help. I hope it does! Please contact Shelley if you have information about her photos or project.

    I’ve “rescued” an old photograph of Ella HEPPLER which was taken at the Brown Studio in Cameron, MO in the 1890’s. Ella is listed as 12 years old at the time the photograph was taken. I’m hoping to locate someone from Ella’s family so that this wonderful old treasure can be returned to the care of her family. If you are a member of this HEPPLER Family, or you know . . . [Yes! There’s more!]

    Rescued Photo: Stevenson Family Photos 1880s

    Shelley Cardiel rescues photographs from flea markets, eBay, you name it. She does what research she can to identify the family and then posts her findings on mailing lists, message boards, and photo sites in an attempt to reunite the pictures with family. What she does is awesome. I contacted her recently to see if she thought including them here might help. I hope it does! Please contact Shelley if you have information about her photos or project.

    I’ve “rescued” two old photographs belonging to the STEVENSON Family. The first is one of George STEVENSON which was taken at the R. G. Gardner Studio in Kansas City, MO sometime in the 1880’s. George appears to be in his 50’s or 60’s at the time. Also with his name someone has also written “Ark” which may mean that he was originally from Arkansas, I just don’t know for sure. . . . [Yes! There’s more!]

    The Brumfield Family of Worth County, Missouri

    We finally have some photographs for Worth County! Mary Beth Scott has submitted several photos of her Brumfield family, and will be donating the originals to the NWMGS. Thanks, Mary Beth!