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Jerome Francis Franklin, Sr. and Family | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Jerome Francis Franklin, Sr. and Family

Jerome Francis Franklin, Sr. and Family | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
The extended Franklin family posing in front of a store (possibly the family owned Drug Store or Hardware Store) with messages wishing Perry Small Franklin well during his service overseas during WWI. He is the brother of Jerome Francis Franklin Jr. Names (l to r) Jerome Francis Franklin Sr., Elsie Franklin (Jerome Jr's wife), their children, Nola, Hervy, Joyce and Belle on the lap of Jerome Francis Franklin Jr. Two stars are on the banner in the window. One star is for Perry Small Franklin. The other may be for Hervy Edward Franklin, another brother. The signs read: "Write Us From Berlin," "A Merry Christmas To You Over There From Us Over Here," "Keep A Steady Step Till Its Over" and "Hello Uncle Perry."
DESCRIPTION
The extended Franklin family posing in front of a store (possibly the family owned Drug Store or Hardware Store) with messages wishing Perry Small Franklin well during his service overseas during WWI. He is the brother of Jerome Francis Franklin Jr. Names (l to r) Jerome Francis Franklin Sr., Elsie Franklin (Jerome Jr's wife), their children, Nola, Hervy, Joyce and Belle on the lap of Jerome Francis Franklin Jr. Two stars are on the banner in the window. One star is for Perry Small Franklin. The other may be for Hervy Edward Franklin, another brother. The signs read: "Write Us From Berlin," "A Merry Christmas To You Over There From Us Over Here," "Keep A Steady Step Till Its Over" and "Hello Uncle Perry."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:138544
Creation Date:circa 1916
Creator Name:Unknown
City:Eland
County:Shawano
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Digital image donated by Benjamin R. Franklin, grandson of Perry Small Franklin.
SUBJECTS
Clothing and dress
Dresses
Hats
Suits (Clothing)
Family
Seating (Furniture)
Fathers
Hairstyles
Cities and towns
Men
World War, 1914-1918
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Women
Storefronts
Stores, Retail
Sidewalks
Children
Mothers
Signs and symbols

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