What a great photo of the Bechtel sisters! How I wish we knew their first names! Notice the teeny waists – did they ever eat? The front of the house, plants and brick sidewalk are all very nice – much better than a studio background. Do you think the two sisters in chairs are twins? Their dresses, shoes and jewelry are identical!
This is a postcard photo. On the back it says AZO with four triangles pointed up – date 1904-1918.
Isn’t this a fabulous family photo? Do you think there are two sets of twins – the two girls in dark dresses and the two boys seated in chairs? There is no mother. Perhaps she died in childbirth – or another common disease of the time period. There are no names or place listed.
Four lovely ladies here – look to be related! The photo was taken by Spafford and Cable in Bloomington, Illinois.
I love this family photo! The little girls’ dresses are adorable. I think the younger girl looks like her mother and the older one, her father. What do you think? Unfortunately no names or place.
This is a very nice family photo – unfortunately no names listed on the back. It was made by Root Photography in Cambridge, Illinois. Does anyone recognize this family?