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Erin Go Bragh! (Ireland Forever!)

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! We here at J. Wendell love celebrating our “wee bit” of Irish heritage and we found this wonderful antique postcard to share with you today. The Old Weir Bridge is considered one of the oldest structures in Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. It is believed to have been constructed sometime in the […]

Ava Phoebe Patrick (1907)

Ava Phoebe Patrick was born March 4, 1900 in Brownville, Jefferson, New York, the daughter of James Delbert "Bert" Patrick and Grace McAfee. She married Floyd Flansburg January 26, 1920 in Dexter, Jefferson, New York. This photo is part of... Continue Reading →

We've come to the end of the photos that can be identified as belonging to our unknown Soldier Photographer. I hope you've enjoyed this series of photos, and enjoy these last few images as well! "This is the Post Theatre."This... Continue Reading →

These photos were taken on Oahu & Kauai islands of Hawaii circa December 1945.

WWII Photos: A Soldier’s Perspective (Part 5)

Our photographer didn't caption this trip to one of Hawaii's pineapple and sugarcane plantations, but we can identify his companions as Elvin Phillips and (it looks like) Bert.

WWII Photos: A Soldier’s Perspective (Part 4)

Our photographer didn't caption these photos, so we can only assume it's because it was a day he would never forget - the war's end, or Victory Day!

This roll of film has sightseeing photos from Honolulu & O'ahu, Hawaii. The photos from Pali Pass, O'ahu are dated 12 August 1945. "The gang at Fort DeRussy where we all went swimming." (Fort DeRussy is a US Army Reservation... Continue Reading →

We were fortunate to come across this large lot of photos documenting the life of one soldier and his buddies in the United States Army in and after World War II.

We were fortunate to come across this large lot of photos documenting the life of one soldier and his buddies in the United States Army in and after World War II.

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