Cabinet Cards Revisited

Part of the collection of my third cousin Joe from Plainville, Connecticut… These cabinet cards were scanned in 2012. At that time I did not realize Malvina was there all the time.

 

boy TerrienIsabelle Marie Terrien (1896-1921)baby Smith PhotographerHennessey sistersKatherine Elizabeth Hennessy and her husband Patrick SheaBennington womanbaby South OmahaJean-Baptiste Alexandre Junior, son of Philomene LagasseParsons photographer -  a man - Adams, MassachusettsJoseph Terrien and his wife Exilda GrégoireJoseph TerrienPhoebe Alexandre, daughter of Philomene Lagasseunknown young man - Bristol, Connecticut (seen with new wife on another picture)unknown young married couple - Bristol, Connecticutwoman New YorkParsons photographer - picture of a woman - Adams, MassachusettsParsons photographer - older woman - Adams, MassachusettsParsons photographer - older woman - Adams, Massachusettspicture of a young baby - Bristol, Connecticutwoman PittsfieldMarguerite Alexandre, sister of Henriette Alexandre and Jean-Baptiste Alexandre Seniorpicture of a young child - North Adams, MassachusettsParsons photographer -  a young child - Adams, Massachusettspicture of a young man - New Yorkstill not sure who this young lady is - Bristol, Connecticut (Agnes Alexandre?)picture of a young child - North Adams, Massachusettsyoung Myra Alexandre daughter of Philomene Lagasse and Jean-Baptiste AlexandreParsons photographer - picture of a young woman - North Adams, MassachusettsGale photographer - young woman BristolParsons photographer -  a young woman - Adams Massachusetts

 

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10 thoughts on “Cabinet Cards Revisited

  1. Wow! I’m involved with a local historical organization and we have an archive collection of 6000 glass negatives and prints of local photographs. We are looking to have people allow us to digitize their photos for the collection. I posted a request for photos on a FB group page and showed an example of a Cabinet Card of one of my Alexandre ancestors saved from one of your early posts. Thanks to Joe for sharing his photos and you copying and including in this site I now have precious images of my greatgrandfather and some of his relatives. Thank you!

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