Think of this as a dusty cardboard box on the top shelf of the
closet in that extra bedroom that never gets used.  One of the
things I can't say enough is to hunt out the dusty cardboard
boxes and make sure they are safe.  We remember our loved
ones who have passed on the best sometimes with our
photographs.  To see an enlarged higher resolution image of the
photos click on the thumbnail.  To download right click your
mouse and do the "save as" or "save image".
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On the left is a photo of Lena Schoettlin taken when she was about 20 years old
(1883).  On the right is an old photo with the label Schoettlin.  I don't know anything
more about  the identity of these people.  I do notice, however, that the woman sitting
on the left looks a lot like Lena.  Is that her mother?
Jacob and Lena Pfenninger and their family on Mothers Day, 1917.  A good picture of
Alfred and Hassel.
Another family photo with Jacob and Lena and some of their children.  Everyone looks
a few years older in this one.  I wonder if this was taken after WWI when the boys
were home from military service

I would like to track down the original of this one.  This is a photocopy of a photocopy
of a photocopy.
Hassel Wilkinson 8th Grade
Gradulation photo.  On the
back of this one is the name
of my grandfather, Herman T.
Wilkinson, Hassel's baby
brother.  This photo would
have been taken about the
year 1909.
Alfred and Hassel Pfenninger with Byron, Elmer, Walter, Lena and Alvis.  The
youngest boy would be Byron, born in 1919.  So this photo might be from 1920 or so.
Elmer Pfenninger (1912 - 1944)
Elmer was killed in action during
WWII.  There is additional
information in the DATA Section of
this site.
Alfred and Hassel Pfenninger and family, 1950.
The five children of James Wilkinson, 1949.
From the scrap book.  "Cousins 1954" and "Yet another picnic, 1957".
James Wilkinson and Luella Adams
Wilkinson, 1901, with their three
daughters. Mabel, Naomi and
Hassel. Hassel is the youngest one
in the front.
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Jim Wilkinson
jimwilk@hotmail.com