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Wordless Wednesday - Double Breasted Jacket

John and Mark Yegerlehner, circa 1930s, possibly Terre Haute, Indiana.

Photographs from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/07/30/wordless-wednesday-double-breasted-jacket/

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Strawberry preserves (Gladys)

Letter transcription:

MRS. R.S. YEGERLEHNER
KENTLAND
INDIANA
6-8-43

Dear Daddy – First will mention Father’s Day which comes on the 20th of this month, but I suppose you won’t get this till much later. 217 more words

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Wordless Wednesday - Brothers #3

John and Mark Yegerlehner, circa 1940

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/07/16/wordless-wednesday-brothers-3/

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Wordless Wednesday - Brothers #2

John and Mark Yegerlehner, circa 1935-1936

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/07/09/wordless-wednesday-brothers-2/

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Wordless Wednesday - Brothers #1

John and Mark Yegerlehner, 1933

Photograph from the private collection of Deborah Sweeney.

© Deborah Sweeney, 2014.

Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/07/02/wordless-wednesday-brothers-1/

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Wordless Wednesday - Ready for a swim

Mark and John Yegerlehner, mid to late 1930s. Their grandfather, John Henry Yegerlehner, sits in the background. The man next to John Henry is likely William O. 29 more words

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At least it is sunny (Gladys)

Letter transcription:

MRS. R.S.YEGERLEHNER
KENTLAND
INDIANA
5-21-43

Dear Daddy –

The rain seems to have cleared away – at least it is sunny this a.m. and very refreshing. 291 more words

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