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Harry Byers fishing.

Snapshot of Harry Byers beside a stream, with a fishing pole and a small fish on the end of it.

Byers, Harry J.

Harry Byers holding a chicken in front of a portrait studio backdrop.

Consists of 2 portraits of Harry Byers holding a chicken in front of a backdrop in a Russian portrait studio. One of the portraits has a letter on the verso that reads: "Dear Old Pap. I've done gone Native. I look like Hell. But I'm feeling good. If all goes well with this god dam food. I'll stick my time you can bet on that. But when we dine, then I'll get fat. April 1, 1931 - USSR."

Byers, Harry J.

Harry and Helen and Robbie Urie, July 25, 1917.

Snapshot of Harry Byers, Helen Bawman (nee Byers) and an infant named Robbie Urie standing in front of house porch. Caption on verso reads: "Harry & Helen and Robbie Urie, July 25/1917. My home address 2505 Park Ave Kansas City Mo."

Byers, Harry J.

Harry and Marge Byers.

Snapshot of Harry Byers with arm around Marge (nee Landwehr) Byers, standing in front of a porch, with Fred Byers and an unidentified child in the background.

Byers, Harry J.

Helen Bawman.

Snapshot of Helen Bawman in front of a home with a carpet bag.

Byers, Harry J.

Helen and Sam D. Bawman.

Snapshot Helen (nee Byers) and Sam D. Bawman standing at the front porch of a house numbered 818. Letter on verso reads: "Dear Mother, what do you think of your little son in law he goes to church with me every Sunday. This picture was taken November 18th 1917 - Mrs. Sam D. Bawman."

Byers, Harry J.

House.

Snapshot of an unidentified house.

Byers, Harry J.

Infant sitting in chair.

Snapshot of an infant sitting in a chair. Caption on verso reads: "Age 10 months when the picture was taken & has 8 teeth."

Byers, Harry J.

Ivorine advertisement

Advertisement showing three women of different generations at a water pump with a washing bucket washing clothes and holding up a box of Ivorine. In the background are two men standing looking into the distance carrying farm implements. Verso reads "Ivorine the wonderful cleanser the best and purest article for all washing purposes that it is possible to produce; also, unequaled as a disinfectant. Use it, and clothes, money, and life will last longer. We use the same care in the selection of materials and the preparation of Ivorine, which, for almost half a century has given Williams' "Genuine Yankee" shaving soaps their wide popularity. A handsome silver plate tea-sponn is given with each one-pound package of Ivorine, and, with each two-pound package, either a substantial silver plated table spoon, knife, fork, butter knife, or sugar shell as the purchaser may prefer. By this way of advertising Ivorine and inducing the housekeeper to give it a trial, we are giving to them, directly, what others spend in newspapers and other expensive advertising from which the purchaser gets no benefit. As this plated-ware is made for us by the Williams Bros. M'f'g Co., of this town, under our direct supervision, we can guarantee each article to be of good quality and to wear well. Ask your grocer for Ivorine. The J.B. Williams Co., Established 1840, Glastonbury, Conn."

Jackie Bawman holding a parasol.

Snapshot of Jackie Bawman holding a parasol, standing in a yard with a house behind her. Caption on verso reads: "To [sic] bad she moved in this picture April 16, 1931."

Byers, Harry J.

James Pyle's Perline Washing Compound advertisement

Advertisement featuring illustration of young girl holding a dust pan, broom and bucket with a box of James Pyle's Pearline Washing Compound in it titled "My Busy Day." Verso reads "James Pyle's Pearline washing compound the great invention for saving toil & expense without injury to the texture, color, or hands. New York. Front of every package of Pearline should look exactly like this cut, or it is an imitation. Don't use an imitation of anything, much less an imitation of Pyle's Pearline. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you the stuff they offer is "Pearline," "same as Pearline," "or as good as Pearline." IT'S FALSE; Pearline is the Original Washing Compount - has no rival - no equal - never peddled - gives no prizes - but stands on the foundation on which it was reared – MERIT."

Jenny Pincock with children

Image of Jenny Pincock seated in tall grass with three children, including Colleen Gildner (third from left). Water, docked row boats, and a pavilion are visible in the background.

Maines Pincock Family

Jim and Marnie with bicycles.

Snapshot of 2 children identified as Jim and Marnie, standing in front of a house, on a sidewalk, with their bicycles. Caption on verso reads: "Jim 10 1/2 Marnie 11."

Byers, Harry J.

L. I. Fisk & Co. Soaps pamphlet

Pamphlet advertising L.I. Fisk & Co's Soaps. The cover shows three women washing and hanging out clothes with the caption "The suds is like velvet, I never used a soap like it. The water is settled and I find no grit in the tub. We never had such clothes they are whiter at every washing. L.I. Fisk & Co,'s Soaps for sale by all grocers who look to the interests of their customers by buying pure goods." The interior describes the qualities of the soap and gives examples of clothes washed in their soap and with others. The back cover shows a young woman and a caricature of a Japanese man holding a scroll which reads "All soaps bearing our name are warranted free from any of the many adulterations the best for economy, purity, cleanliness and washing quality of any in the world. L.I. Fisk and Co., Springfield, Mass." There are also testimonials on the back cover which read "It has cured my chapped hands. I'll use no other and keep them so. It is a delight to all in the bath. It is so soft and clean."

Lawson [Byers?] placing roses on William Byers' grave.

Snapshot of a young boy identified as Lawson, placing flowers on William Byers' grave. Explanation on verso reads: "This is Lawson putting the bunch of roses he had for his christining [sic] on his Uncle Will's grave. The words on the stone are 'In loving memory of Wm C. Byers born August 1, 1885, died August 13, 1921', the circle 'Woodmen of the World' his lodge."

Byers, Harry J.

Lenox Soap advertisement

Die cut Lenox Soap advertisement showing a woman standing next to a washing tub with a large pile of soap suds coming out of it. The advertisement reads "Lenox Soap. Lather from 1 oz in hard water. Lathers freely in hard water."

Litchfield Steam Laundry letterhead

Correspondence from Litchfield Steam Laundry of Litchfield, Illinois. The letterhead shows women at work in the laundry engaged in tasks such as using washing drums, pressing, and folding clothes. The letter reads "...from 40 to 69 lbs. Also, the water is clear now to what is was one month ago. It is also a compound which if you would let stand one month no settling would be acceptable. But hoping you have a machine which can master it. [illegible] yours truly, Hugh Snell"

Lizzie Nebel and Annie Holman.

Snapshot of two women identified on the back of the photograph as Lizzie Nebel and Annie Holman, holding bouquets of flowers.

Byers, Harry J.

Luckless fisherman.

Photograph of [Harry Byers] (at left), holding a fishing rod, and 2 unidentified individuals packing a truck after a fishing trip.

Byers, Harry J.

Machine shop.

Snapshot of men working around machinery in a machine shop.

Byers, Harry J.

May 27th, 1937.

Snapshot of Caroline Byers (nee Graul) with and an unidentified man and woman posing in a garden.

Byers, Harry J.

May 28, 1944.

Snapshot of Harry Byers and an unidentified child, with a tree, automobile and barn in the background.

Byers, Harry J.

May 28, 1944.

Snapshot of 4 unidentified children and 1 unidentified woman sitting on the back of a pickup truck, with a barn in the background.

Byers, Harry J.

Me, age 31, Roy age 37.

Snapshot of a couple standing in a park. Shadow of photographer visible at bottom right.

Byers, Harry J.

Michigan City Annie Marge & kids.

Snapshot of Marge Byers (nee Landwehr) and a woman identified as Annie with children playing on a beach, at the edge of a large body of water.

Byers, Harry J.

Mickey standing on a sidewalk in a residential area.

Snapshot of child identified as Mickey wearing a new dress and standing on the sidewalk in a residential area. Captions on verso read: "Mickey the clown" and "This is the dress Don got Mick for her birthday."

Byers, Harry J.

Mickey's team, 1956 & 1957.

Group portrait of a boy's hockey team. Not clear whether "Mickey" is in the photograph, or is a supporter of this team.

Byers, Harry J.

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