I have many – mostly small – family photographs that are unlabeled, and beyond that, not even associated with a particular side of the family. I’ve already commented on my “provenance” challenges. But the pictures of this couple were different — fairly new reproductions on Kodak paper sitting among tintypes and daguerreotypes. But I still didn’t know who they were.
I wasn’t even looking for them when I took aim at one of the holes on my pedigree chart. Cora Walling’s mother was named Louisa and most of what I knew about her was uncovered by Elise when she interviewed Mom while working on a 5th grade school project. Continue reading “Putting the Wright Name with Faces”