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We're Gonna Party Like It's 1929

Hello, People. Here are some fun party pictures for you, taken in the months before the stock market crash in October of 1929.

First, we begin with what looks to be a fairly lavish Hamburg-Amerika Line company party in New York, aboard the SS Reliance on April 13, 1929. 597 more words

Lessiack People

Spring Cleaning

Hello, People. I wish you all happiness in celebrating whichever of the Spring holidays resonates for you. I myself have been in the grips of Spring cleaning both my house and my genealogy pursuits, so this post is a mishmash of the things that have been occupying my time. 1,755 more words

Lessiack People

Tour's End at the Grand Canyon

Hello, People. This post wraps up the Lessiack family travels through New Mexico, Northern California, Southern California, and into Arizona, where they ended their trip by visiting the Grand Canyon in December of 1927.  440 more words

Lessiack People

Accentuate the Positive Geneameme 2017

Jill who blogs at GeniAus has once again encouraged us to blog our genealogical positives for 2017, so here goes:

An elusive ancestor I found was: 1,073 more words

Genealogy

Leaf Litter from the Family Tree

The leaves from our deciduous forests are turning yellow, or brown, and dropping with alacrity to the ground.  They carpet every surface–grass, water, rocks, moss, driveways. 330 more words

Random Thoughts

GeneaBloggers Announces Some Upcoming Changes

From GeneaBloggers: GeneaBloggers.Com: The End Is Almost Near!. A roundup of what will be happening at GeneaBloggers and too much for me to quote any one thing.

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Thomas MacEntee Provides Some Updates on GeneaBloggers

Thomas MacEntee has an update with what’s going on with Geneabloggers. “Here is information on some decisions I’ve made regarding GeneaBloggers.com and transitioning the GeneaBloggers concept to a community owned/administered asset . 9 more words

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