I am doing Molder/Moulder research-my ancestors on this branch are as mysterious as any you'd find and extremely difficult to research. So I was looking around at any and all Molder/Moulder sites and forums and came accross these photographs almost 2 years after they were first posted. All I can say about these pictures is that they are nothing short of AMAZING! There is so much character in the faces of many of the people in the photos. And this tells a story. And if you look around at the surroundings, you will see documentation of the lifestyle of our relatives who came before us and what was happening in the world at the time some of the photos were taken. I could go on and on about the beauty and historical value of these pictures!! I do not know any of these folks and will take a look to see if I have any familial connection to the two Molders who are pictured (Barbara and Rita I believe). But to date this is not likely for it appears that my Ancestor, Andrew W. Molder (b. abt 1858, married Sarah Thomas in Arkansas ) just dropped out of the sky! But I shall look at thse photos when I wish to remember what some of my Molder/Moulder ancestors were doing in Texas. Thanks for posting them. They are priceless!
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