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John Lees & Leesburg, FL Home (2) Cabinet Photos - Brother of Mrs. Edward Wilde
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John Lees & Leesburg, FL Home (2) Cabinet Photos - Brother of Mrs. Edward Wilde

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Cabinet Photos

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Sepia

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Cabinet Photo

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Figures & Portraits

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(2) Two Antique Cabinet Card Photographs. Identified as John Lees and his home in Leesburg, Florida. He was the brother of Mrs. Edward Wilde. Photo by Lawton studio of Leesburg, FL. Measures approximately 4.25 x 6.5, and 5.5 x 5.5 including mount. Condition: These are original photographs, not a copy or reproduction. They are in excellent condition. Comments: These photos came from a single estate of mostly interrelated New Jersey individuals (all sold individually) taken in Orange, Hackettstown, and Paterson which include: Rev. George W. Smith and his wife Mary P. Smith (parents of Mary Edwina Smith Johnston, Alice Wilde Smith, and Anabel Smith. Alice and Mary Edwina were known to have attended Centenary Collegiate Institute (CCI) circa 1897-98, a private liberal arts college in Hackettstown, New Jersey, founded by the Newark Methodist Episcopal Church.); Mary Edwinas husband Rev. Harry J. Johnston and their son Edward Wilde Johnston; Emma B. Wilde; Beatrice Wilde Bryant, her husband Luther P. Bryant, and their daughters Elizabeth Beatrice (photos taken in Northampton, MA); John Lees (brother of Mrs. Edward Wilde, aka Grandma Wilde. He resided in or near Leesburg, Florida with his wife Christie); Eleanor Smith, daughter of Peter Smith and niece of Rev. George W. Smith; Amy Johnston Currie, sister of Rev. Harry J. Johnston, and her husband Rev. Walter Thomas Currie, who were missionaries in Africa; Louisa Lilly Johnston and William Rowan Larry Johnston of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. In order to locate these additional photos in our inventory the best method is to run a search for the name(s) in the search window on our store page.
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