Monday, August 22, 2011

Hey Genealogists, don't you just LOVE those Composite Photos with Names?

One of the best discoveries a genealogist can make is finding a clearly identified photograph of an ancestor, and composite photos are a great resource. Schools, fraternal groups and even clubs had them taken for their organizations, and whenever I see one for sale, I just cannot resist buying it.

The one shown along side this blog post was from Titonka High School in Titonka, Iowa. I googled the town and apparently the population was 584 at the 2000 census. Two others are from Plevna, Kansas, which according to the the 2010 census, has a population of 98.

Here are some of the other composite photos I've posted online:
Additional photos are in the pipeline, and should be online in a few weeks.

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