I purchased two undated RPPCs (Real Photo Postcards) (not postally used) each depicting a group of 10 or 11 young women.
One is labeled on the back:
"1-Lulu Besley-Marium Downie-Eulah Wooll.
2-Fern Wooley-Dell Briggs-Lelah Wooll-Grace Albaugh.
3-Neva Briggs-Emma Rnessi-Vera Curtis."
The other is labeled on the back:
"1 row- -- -- Neva Briggs-Mable Isham-Emma Rness?
2 " Lelah Wooll-Gertrude Martin-Grace Albaugh-Lulu Besley Eulah Wooll"
I found Grace Beatrice Albaugh listed in the 1900 and 1910 Census data for Duplain Township, Elsie Village (resided on Oak Street), Clinton Co., MI; the 1920 Census data for Carson (resided on Lincoln Street), Montcalm, MI; and the 1930 Census data for Lansing (resided at 234 Clemens Avenue South), Ingham Co., MI. She is included in a public member tree posted on ancestry.com. She is also listed in the "Social Security Death Index" and the "Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996" posted on ancestry.com. Born 25 Feb 1891 in MI, died 15 Oct 1976 in Ann Arbor, MI, she was the daughter of Anson Pratt Albaugh, born Mar 1858 in IN, and Nora E. Smith, born Jun 1870 in MI. Grace married a farm bureau salesman, Frank N. Gunther, born 12 Oct 1889 in MI. The couple had two children: King Pratt Gunther, born 14 May 1917 in MI, died 26 Nov 1943 in Djidjelli, Algeria, and Jean Louise Gunther, born 7 Mar 1919 in Carson City, MI, died 23 Jun 1998 in Largo, Pinellas Co., FL.
Contact me if you are interested in viewing and/or acquiring these photos.
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