Hi Lady Di ~~ The history and old homes are interesting, not boring.I want to thank you for all your comments - thank you for the sympathy on the loss of my friend. Granny Ann is a wonderful lady who has her own blogs, but she is upset just now. I was glad to get a good report from Doctor. Love the saying, God doesn't give us more than we can handle and helps us handle what we do get. Thanks for that one. Thanks for your commentabout Hope, Faith and Love post.What more do we need, as you say.Take care, my friend, Love, Merle.
MerleI wish I could have wander around that old house and check out all the nook and crannies. We have a few items from the house but it would have been nice to have seen them in the orginal place.
lovely photos! What struck me was that we have so much technology today and yet the quality of these photos is just as good! I think you should title it 'If These Walls Could Talk"! =]
Gorgeous photos! Nice scans too.
KateWhat a gran title. Thanks for visiting.The photo of the house were taken by a professional, John E Hood on 11-23-1942. He was located at 12th AT Broad, Nashville. That is why they are so clear. CDThanks. I am trying all sorts of scans, crops, and whatever else is on that program.
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