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Joseph Rupp CDV'S ON eBAY
Posted by: R Johnson (ID *****4832) Date: September 11, 2007 at 20:18:24
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While browsing on ebay i found this auction of a group of cdv's listed as the family of Joseph Rupp

(please understand that i personally know nothing about the family and cannot verify any of the info- its just brought to your attention for RUPP researchers.
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the auction is here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/LOT-OF-6-IDENTIFIED-CABINET-PHOTOS-CDV-DAYTON-OH-KY_W0QQitemZ280152223329QQihZ018QQcategoryZ13705QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
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the seller has this to say about the family-

"....lot of old cabinet photos and one CDV of a family from Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky and descendants of the same family that lived in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio. All 6 of the photos are identified and some of them give dates. The oldest date to the 1870's and the large mounted photo of the young boy was taken about 1906. There are two great ones of men in uniform-one is the Knight's Templar uniform of the Masons. The people pictured are members of the family of Joseph Rupp who was living in Louisville in the 1860's. There are two of him and one of his wife. The man in the Knight's Templar uniform is his son, Joseph P. Rupp. The rest are the children of Joseph P. Rupp. The images are very clear.



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