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Re: California Inks Family Photos
Posted by: Steven Lewandowski (ID *****6791) Date: August 12, 2002 at 16:14:34
In Reply to: Re: California Inks Family Photos by Mandy INKS Kalenske of 310

Hello Mandy, I may not be working tomorrow due to lack of work. I will see what I can do. Currently they are in a storage unit. Where did I acquire them? I sell vintage photography of interesting subject matter. The byproduct of this is loads of old family photographs which I think would be important to someone. Ecspecially since today, the current trend seems to be finding ones roots, and the web has made it less complicated and time consuming. It is such a shame that families throw out entire albums of family photographs. I purchased these photographs in a bulk lot of photographs that were actually still in steamer trunks from California.

I only wish that I could trace my family tree but probably not possible as I am third generation American Pole. My 86 year old grandmother was born here. My great grandparents all came from Poland, where most of the records were bombed out in the Nazi Blitzkrieg on Warsaw. And granny has no clue where her parents were from. I will see what I can do. Many of the images have names. I have cabinet cards, and CDVs, as well as paper images from celluloid negatives. Give me some time and I will start foraging. Regards, Steve


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