and finally, the Page family Christmas Cards!

Nanny and Daddy Ray were early photographic addicts. My brother and I have the best “baby books” ever. We have slides and photos of almost everything we ever did. For people who aren’t famous or important, we certainly have a photographic history. There are a few missing years that I will search, but this is what I have found at this point.

So here are the Page family Christmas cards — I’ve tried to put them in order, but I am not sure of all of the dates.

Joe Page, probably 1950

Joe Page, probably 1950

Joe & Jan Page, 1951

Joe & Jan Page, 1951

The Page Family, 1952

The Page Family, 1952

Jan & Joe Page, taken at Grand Lake, OK in 1953

Jan & Joe Page, taken at Grand Lake, OK in 1953

1954, Joe & Jan Page

1954, Joe & Jan Page

Joe & Jan Page, 1955

Joe & Jan Page, 1955

The Page Family, 1957

The Page Family, 1957

Page Family, 1961

Page Family, 1961

The Page Family, 1972

The Page Family, 1972

One response

  1. So fun seeing those smiles and kids that I loved to visit so much-

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