Color photos of the past

Frank Herrmann

Eloise Herrmann at Elsie Fisher Downes Farm Sprucedale Ontario

Mom and Dad Mom holding Diane front row Dick, Mary Lou and Bob

William Herrmann, my grandfather on my Mother’s side At his slaughter house on Newell Street

Bridget Conway Dundon , my great grandmother on my father’s side Bridget came to North America in 1849 via the St Lawrence River into Quebec. Her father and mother were with her and a year after their arrival they appear in the 1850 US Census in Canisteo, Steuben County NY Canisteo, Steuben, New York Her father was 50 The Erie Railway, opened through the Canisteo Valley in 1850, gave this village a station on its through line from New York to Dunkirk, and superseded, for the transportation of its small amount of freight and travel, the old river navigation.

Dick and Mary Lou, 1037 Lovejoy The dog was namer Doc

Maude Herrmann and Michael Reichlmayr on their wedding day 11 August, 1920 Hennepin Street, Buffalo NY

My mother Dorothy’s family Mom does not appear in this photo Photo likely taken in 1932

Julia Manhart Herrmann, my maternal grandmother 1935 taken at Grandma Kirchgraber, 230 Benzinger

Bill Schroeder’s new pick up truck. Bill is standing near the tailgate

My Aunt Eloise and Julia Herrmann. Sprucedale, Ontario