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And some more of Daddy Ray’s Slides. . .

Jan with Amy

Jan with Amy

Granny

My First Birthday Party. Granny Kelley is standing next to me and beautiful Aunt Pat is to the right of the photo.

Jan & Gretle

Before attending our Flapper party. My dog’s name was Gretel.

jan & mike

Mike helping me with a birthday cake. I don’t know which birthday this was, but there are a plethora of candles!

jan & roscoe

My beloved long haired German Shepherd, Roscoe P. Lashley. He was brilliant.

Jan studying

Actually doing homework. This studying trait ended by adolescence.

And now for more family photos from Daddy Ray’s Slides!

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Cousin Susan and Uncle Bob. (and Gretel)

edna

Great Aunt Edna Romick, Aunt Helen and Mom

marissa

Marissa, Mom and me. Taken in Coral Gables, FL

Marissa Jan Mom

Grandma Florence, baby Marissa and me

aunt edna

Mom meeting Aunt Edna on the tarmac. Remember Braniff? Remember meeting a plane? This is obviously a very old photo.

Uncle Bob

Uncle Bob down at the Winfield Farm. Don’t know the gentleman on the right. Maybe Farmer Brown?

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Uncle Bob looking very serious. He actually loved to tell jokes and laughed a lot.

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Dr. Bob performing surgery on the turkey with Joe and Susan.

kelley kitchen

The Kelleys and the Pages with Aunt Edna (with the bright red hair)

kelley residene

Kelley residence in St. Louis

peter & Harriett

Mom and Pete at the farm.

coral gables

Dinner party in Coral Gables with Tim & Helen, Mary & Karl, Val, Marissa and Mom

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