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Monthly Archives: August 2016
The second of my late parents’ family albums photographed and documented. It covers the period 1952 to 1981.
I’m pretty much in the middle of processing my late parents’ analogue photo albums. Firstly I photograph each page and import the images into Lightroom and check that they are okay. Then I take the pages out of the album … Continue reading
So far I have been placing single jpg images of the pages of my late parents’ photo albums on the blog and then scanning the individual images in to show the world. But I am not sure this is the … Continue reading
My family between 1900 and 1952 in summary form.
So here is granddad Dunbar again. Even though he had a lifelong taste for drink he ended up Pipe Major of the Royal Scots. He’d seen the whole of WW1 out and survived. After that he joined the Corps of … Continue reading
More image from my late parents photo album. These are all about granddad Dunbar – mum’s dad and his family.
So here is granddad Dunbar with my aunty Miri. Its 1923 so granddad is 45 years old. Don’t you just love the style. There is nothing casual about him is there!