Hooper-Squires Family Photo Album
When my husband's Aunt Florence died, no one wanted a dilapidated cardboard box full of photos. The box was stored in a damp basement and was musty and dirty. Many of the photos inside were damaged and water stained.
But my husband rescued the photos and brought them home. There are some lovely photos and I can't bear to see them just sit in storage in our home so I'm going to scan them to publish on Lost Faces. I hope descendants will find them!
We know that all the photographs have some connection to the Hooper and Squires families of St. Mary's Ontario Canada.
There are 50 assorted photos, postcards and letters. One letter is from a WW1 soldier and is dated 1916 and written on birch bark.
Read more at Rescued - the Hooper & Squires Photograph Archive
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