I was young once

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orezok

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My niece sent me this picture. Her father was the oldest in the pic. I’m the youngest. One brother is missing from pic. All have now passed. Early 50’s.

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Doughknob

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I was never young........
 
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Jstpssng

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I'm still young. However, I saw a picture taken earlier this week and said "Who's that gray haired guy with the pot belly?"
 
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Steppenwolfe

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My niece sent me this picture. Her father was the oldest in the pic. I’m the youngest. One brother is missing from pic. All have now passed. Early 50’s.

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My dad recently passed; the last of 6 brothers. That weighed on him a bit. Great pic.
 
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MoKelly

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Here is a 1950 era picture of my wife’s Mother and her family. Well before my wife was born.

Taken on a Sunday on their farm in NE Arkansas.

I’ve always been intrigued by the picture. Looking at each person you can imagine their story.

MoKelly
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deserteagle71

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Photo of family (and relatives) from about 1950, with my Dad's first truck:
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And a shot of myself and my brother and sister in 1957. All the fences on the farm were stone walls back then. Farm was sold some 30 years ago - when I went back for a visit 12 years ago all the stone fences were gone...to Japan. Current owner (not a farmer) said there was a huge, lucrative market for that type of stone so he sold them. Wish that market was around when I was young - we spent hours every spring picking stone out of the fields, heaving them onto "stone boats" and hauling them to the edges of the fields.
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Spanner

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LOL, all have passed? but you are in that PIC.
Unnecessarily nasty comment - We all know what the OP meant.
I appreciate him posting and the follow-up photo's ongoing.

You might like to apologise.
 
 
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