Family Photo Restoration

Slowly but surely, I’ve been scanning old family photos and restoring them. Judging from the style of the clothing, this portrait looks like it was taken in the teens. Also interesting is the woman on the left, who is wearing pince-nez glasses with a suspension chain which most likely connected to her ear so that they could be easily removed and not lost.

I believe the woman on the left was my grandmother, but I have no idea who the other woman is. A sister? A friend? And why did they go to a photo studio and have their portrait taken? Unfortunately, there is no one to ask, and no info on the back of the photo.

Original scan behind the cut.


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2 Responses to Family Photo Restoration

  1. OldNFO says:

    Nicely done, and no clue on that. I’ve got pics that are the same way… sigh

  2. Tina says:

    I’ve been able to identify a few people in the photos, thanks to a Facebook family group – but I really wish they had written names on the backs of the photos!

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