|1||A friend or relative of Lavinia Mitchell?|
Mary Lythgoe Bradford found this among her mother's papers, but it doesn't look like anyone we know. Do you recognize this person?
|2||A young Mary Moss|
This was obviously done over in the style of the day with an airbrush or similar tool.
Portrait taken in New Brighton, Pennsylvania. Abraham is the brother of Ann Bentley Thompson (Darrin's great-great-great grandmother.
Portrait. Abram is the son of Abraham Bentley, the brother of Ann Bentley Thompson. The owner of this photo originally thought it was Abraham.
|5||Agnes Augusta Andersen|
The photo Leo didn't feel he could display until after Lavinia's death.
|6||Agnes McGhie Robinson|
Clockwise from upper left: Emma, Ellen, Cornelia, Eveline.
|8||Alfred and Beatrice Mitchell and grandson|
Alfred and Beatrice are both probably in their lates 60s.
|9||Alfred and Beatrice Mitchell and others|
L to R (according to Ruth Challis, daughter of Alfred & Beatrice): Alfred H. Mitchell Jr., Francis C. 'Pete' Mitchell, George Zalonka (employee), Alfred H. Mitchell Sr., Beatrice C. Mitchell, girl (employee) & her boyfriend, Mrs. Kitchens (friend) & her 3 kids in front, Alethe White, Margaret Mitchell, Clara Mitchell, Mr. Kitchens, and another beautician on the end.
|10||Alfred as a baby|
Alfred Hezekiah Mitchell, as identified by Mary L. Bradford (granddaughter)
|11||Alfred as a toddler|
From daughter Ruth Challis.
|12||Alfred Hezekiah Mitchell|
About age 50-60.
|13||Alfred Hezekiah Mitchell|
Portrait, about age 25-30.
Identified by Ruth Mitchell Challis (daughter).
|15||Alfred Mitchell by the car|
Tom Lythgoe (grandson) says this was most likely taken outside their home in Sugarhouse on the north side of 21st South. He says it was probably taken 1939-1941.
|16||Alfred Mitchell family|
Taken about 1904. From L to R: Alfred (25), Beatrice ("Beasie", 1), and Beatrice (22).
|17||Alfred Mitchell gets a piggyback ride|
No one can identify the man on the bottom in this strange photo.
|18||Alfred Mitchell gets weird|
A truly bizarre photo. Who's the girl? Nice swimsuit, Alfred.
|19||Alfred Mitchell goes swimming|
A classic turn-of-the-century bathing suit. I'd guess the water is a bit shallow to be diving in though.
|20||Alfred Mitchell in his salon|
A close-up of Alfred from the previous photo.
|21||Alfred Mitchell on horseback|
Who knew he could ride? Water is the Virgin River.
|22||Alfred Mitchell on Temple Square|
Next to the Seagull Monument.
|23||Alfred Mitchell on Temple Square|
In front of the Handcard Memorial
|24||Alfred Mitchell's first beauty salon?|
A portion of a larger photo. Alfred is on the far right. Entire photo shows more of the salon.
|25||Alfred Mitchell, Jr.|
|26||Alfred playing around with Pete|
Pete is the one with his feet on the ground.
Portrait, about age 20-25. Alson married Carlotta Mae Millard.
Shortly before her death. From Weech genealogy book.
|29||Ane Dorthea Hansen Sorensen|
Portrait, about age 65.
|30||Ane Dorthea Hansen Sorensen|
From family portrait. About age 65.
|31||Ane Dorthea Hansen Sorensen|
Snapshot, about age 70.
|32||Ane Kirstine Rasmussen (or Rassmusdatter)|
From family portrait, about age 40-50.
|33||Ann Bentley Thompson|
|34||Ann Lythgoe Booth|
From the book, "Henefer, Our Valley Home."
|35||Ann Mitchell McCluskey Moss|
Portrait, about age 60-70.
|36||Anna Elizabeth Pancake White|
About age 68.
|37||Anna Pancake White and Dorothy R. (Marshall) White|
Dorothy (about age 13) and her adoptive mother (about 68). From larger group photo.
|38||Anne Kirstine Rasmussen|
Old photo from FamilySearch.org
|39||Annie and Lenord Neilson|
Their engagement photo, taken 1908.
Portrait, age 17.
|41||Annie Boam and Lenord Neilson|
Portrait, taken 1926.
|42||Annie Boam and Lenord Neilson|
Taken in front of the steps to their home (in New York, I believe).
|43||Annie Boam Nielsen|
|44||Annie Boam, age 16|
From Lenord Neilson.
|45||Annie Boam, Lenord Neilson and Rosemarie|
Not sure of the date or place.
The hairstyle (up) and the ring on her finger indicate that she was married at the time this photo was taken.
|47||Annie Carlisle Smith|
|48||Annie Elizabeth Carlisle|
|49||Annie Elizabeth Carlisle|
|50||Annie Elizabeth Carlisle|
A copy was mailed to Annies' parents after her death (abt 1908) by her husband. I believe this clears up any dispute about the identity of the woman in the photo.