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Hidden away in the bottom of an old trunk, old albums on a top shelf in the closet, a cigar box full in the attic.....? I'm talking about old pictures of people, places, or things you can't put a name with - you know, high school classmates of your mom or dad, an unknown street scene, or even an old automobile you can't identify. Well here is your chance (I know it's slim) to have the photo identified. Scan the photo (or photos) and send them along with any details that might tell where they are from, to Hugh Swift. I will place the images, any comments, and your first name on this website and maybe, just maybe, someone will recognize a photo and let us know!

1. CLICK HERE to look at the photo of the twins Sue is trying to identify.

2. CLICK HERE to view the 34 turn of the century photographs Pam is trying to identify. This is a Cross Plains, Eastland, and Haskell pioneer family.

3. CLICK HERE to look at the photo of a group of men thought to be from Baird, Texas area. Carl has been trying to identify the men. Can you help?

4. CLICK HERE Kimberly sent this photo of a group of men from the Putnam area. Carl has been trying to idOnly Roy Coleman Wood (far left) is identified. Can you help?





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