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mariasmercha…'s likes6 of 7Gunnar Ander, Lindshammar 1950s.green beaded swag
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    Posted 9 years ago

    filmnet
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    This name on the wagon is from Germany a market that all i can find about this print saved in a box here, all these photos were from our family. My wife's G Great grandfather had a camera hobby at least from 1897 we have his photos he took before he was married in 1902. So this must have a story! Can anyone help read this name on the wagon ?

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    1. slackjack, 9 years ago
      Backerei & Conditorei (bakery and confectionary) von August Goersch (from August Goersch) Neuestrasse 61 (#61 New streeet) A distinctive building, but it may not have survived two world wars. Love it ! I have my great aunts photos from Germany in 1927. Cousins age two and one in photo I visited with them.
    2. filmnet filmnet, 9 years ago
      The building in background? Is that what you wrote about? Have you posted the photos you mentioned? Also do you think this is before both wars before 1915? Thanks for the translations.
    3. filmnet filmnet, 9 years ago
      Yes i don't no how we got this. we have a letter from a USA Dr in the war 1 to my wife's Great Grandmother he write about the war and the soldier.

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