Friday Faces From the Past: Walter Hadler

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Orhan photo no 1

A few weeks ago a friend and I visited some antique stores, and I came across some photos , and for some reason, I felt compelled to buy them.  There were a lot more, but I couldn’t afford to buy them all.   I have seen and heard about people buying orphaned photos, and sometimes they are able to return to their families.   So I thought I would give this a try.  Then I saw that Geneabloggers had this as a Friday blogging prompt.  What better time than now to start.

The name on the back of the photo is Walter Hadler.  The photographer is Holdmann at 224 Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  I am guessing by the clothing and card style that it is the late 1800’s or early 1900’s.  I could be wrong here because this is new to me, and I am going by what I have found on the Internet.  So if someone out there with more experience knows what the time period is, feel free to comment.  He’s a cute little boy.  I wonder what happened to him?

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About Gail Grunst Genealogy

Gail has been researching her own family since 1979. Her research has taken her back to 1800 Belgium and 1800 England. Gail has worked in a library for the last 20 years and has answered genealogy questions for patrons and helped patrons with their research. In addition to her degree in Library Media Technology, Gail has a two degree in Basic American Genealogy Research from the National Genealogy Society. She has done volunteer work for various Genealogy Societies. Gail teaches several Classes in Genealogy for the Round Lake Area Library, and would be happy to conduct a class for your organization. If interested in a class or if you would like a one-on-one consultation, please contact Gail. Please enjoy Gail's family History Blog

2 responses »

  1. I just came across this post. I have Hadlers in my Family and I have found a Walter W. Hadler born 1893. On the 1910 census he looks to be living with aunts and grandparents. So might be the boy. Do you have any other info on him? Thanks!

    • Sorry it has taken me so long to answer you, I haven’t been doing much on my blog recently and just found your post today. To answer your question, all the infomation I had on him was in the post. I was going to follow up on it, but never had time. If you believe it is your ancestor, I am will send you the picture.

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