My Mother and Her Parents Dressed Up in 1919 — Post 672 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

 I can not assist it, I can not do a wordless put up! That is one in all my favourite colorized pictures:

This {photograph} is from late 1919 or early 1920 – maybe taken at Christmas 1919 since everyone seems to be dolled up with fancy outfits and furs.  The newborn has a bonnet and the mom has a hat that blended in with the timber within the background. It could possibly be a baptism, however I do not know if the infant was baptized or not. 

My mom, Betty Virginia Carringer (1919-2002) is the infant, together with her dad and mom Lyle Lawrence and Emily Kemp (Auble) Carringer, who married in June 1918.  The photograph will need to have been taken in San Diego, maybe their dwelling on Harrison Avenue, however I do not acknowledge the constructing.  The Mannequin T Ford is on the left largely out of the photograph.  

This {photograph} was initially black-and-white and I colorized it, enhanced it and restored it utilizing the MyHeritage InColor photograph instruments.  


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