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    Posted 3 years ago

    Fleamarket…
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    These three are in the other Family Photo and I also have a wedding picture from the man and the one on the right. I'm wondering if this is a Plural Marriage. Notice the Etude Magazine, that's how I found the date for this Picture:)

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    1. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Excellent detective work! That is EXACTLY what I would have done! I had a feeling it was somethime near Christmas - do you see the accordion paper bells in the upper center of the picture? They are still up from Christmas. AND I will guess that they were red.

      I Love the rocking chair on the right. (Looking at photo right) The barley twist! Changing the water in that fishbowl would be a pain!
    2. SpiritBear, 3 years ago
      Fascinating view. I didn't know those kitschy pictorial pillows and folding paper wedding bells went back so far. Both of the big house plants are still commonly seen today.
    3. Fleamarkettammy Fleamarkettammy, 3 years ago
      Thank you Celiene. I was wondering what those were! I love the decor in this room, to the rug, wood floors and furniture. Just my style.
    4. Fleamarkettammy Fleamarkettammy, 3 years ago
      That so funny Macdaddy! She really does look like she's from the The Wizard of Oz. My favorite!
    5. Fleamarkettammy Fleamarkettammy, 3 years ago
      SpiritBear I was sort of thinking that. Those cheap paper bells are still made today. They sort of looked Photo Shopped lol.
    6. Fleamarkettammy Fleamarkettammy, 3 years ago
      The clothing they wore back than was so dreary. It's like dressing for a funeral everyday. I'm so thankful times have changed.
    7. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Are they Mormon? Why do you think it's a plural marriage? I think they are paper Christmas bells, because the magazine is January!
    8. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      LOL! Where is Tallcakes to tell us the pattern of the cut crystal bowl??
    9. Fleamarkettammy Fleamarkettammy, 3 years ago
      I'm not real sure if it is a Plural Marriage or if they are Mormon. It's just a guess really. It was not uncommon for the area and time. The way the picture is with the man situated in the middle and his women on opposite sides. The woman on the left looks maybe like the first wife by the look of displeasure. I just seems that way too me but I could be wrong.
    10. Gillian, 3 years ago
      The lady in the left hand chair is wearing a rather nice pair of cowboy boots - maybe they're pinching her toes.
    11. Gillian, 3 years ago
      Love the deer hide on the coffee table. Think I might get myself one of those.

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