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Anglicization of “Inés”, the Italian or Spanish version of “Agnes“.

Annice, Annis, Aune, Iines, Ines, Nainsi, Nance, Nancie, Nancy, Nensi, Nes, Neske, Nessie, Nessy, Nest, Nesta, Neysa, Oanez, Ynes, etc. 67 more words


Treasure 21: Maud Verney's sketch of Pleasley

This treasure, from collection D6326, is to be found in a sketch book kept by Maud Verney around one hundred years ago.  It was chosen by Becky, one of the archivists. 74 more words

50 Treasures

SCHOOL: 1900-1920

1904 Track & Field American Mutoscope _ Biograph Co

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Lancaster, Pa., high school… 542 more words

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This is from the scrapbook that Grandmom kept about her brother, Patrick “Taddle” Craven. Taddle was killed in action during World War I.

The scrapbook was carefully put together. 46 more words

Craven Family

Picnicking On Parramatta River

This week, The Past Present is back in Sydney, investigating an image which is not only beautiful, but also very intriguing. Picnicking has long been a very popular pastime for Sydneysiders and there were many picnic grounds which sprung up around Sydney. 170 more words

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