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Boy, Girl and baby on chair - el sayers, new bethlehem

Boy, Girl and baby on chair - el sayers, new bethlehem

This picture was taken at the E. L. Sayers Studio in New Bethlehem, Clarion Co, PA. The baby is wearing a long white dress with a square collar over shoulder and chest trimmed with lace, long sleeves ending in cuffs, skirt ends at ankles, lace slip, black shoes, and has curly light hair and light eyes. The girl is wearing a knee length dress, full, with a ruffle over her shoulders extending to point over chest, trimmed in lace, long sleeves ending in cuffs trimmed in lace, tiered skirt, both trimmed in lace, and a high neck line. She is also wearing black stockings and laced high black shoes. Her hair is dark, parted in the middle, shoulder length, bows are holding back hair on both sides of face,. She is wearing a long rope necklace. The boy is wearing a long sleeved shirt with 2 white stripes on cuff, big collar trimmed with ruffles and double white lines, long placket trimmed with ruffle, white line on inside and big buttons on white line inside that, bow made of shirt material at neck. He is also wearing knee-length pants with 3 buttons toward bottom, black stockings and laced high shoes. He has light hair and eyes. The background is cream and the floor is gray. The baby is in an ornate wood chair. The mount is thick and is dark grey.

The might be the children of Allen Milroy and Rebecca Jane Bowersox LaVan. My Grandma Terwilliger's mother was Alice Amanda Bowersox Beers (Rebecca's sister), and many Bowersox and Beers pictures were in the house.

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