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Turn of the Century – 27 viewsThey most have spent hours dressing for this photograph!CelticRadio
The Cooper Family – 44 viewsCeltic Radio
Sleigh Ride – 24 viewsMy Great Great Grandfather was a Sleigh maker. He is one of his sleighs.CelticRadio
Serene Morning – 24 viewsThis picture was again taking around the turn of the century. What a wonderful time to live, no internet, no TV and no cell phone. Pity the Great Depression was just around the corner.CelticRadio
Resting at the Park in 1900 – 33 viewsEdward Cooper and FamilyCelticRadio
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Outside the Salem Witch Museum – 46 viewsCelticRadio
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Michaela 6 Years Old – 79 views1 commentsMacFive
Merry Christmas 2004 – 105 viewsThe MacArthur ChildrenMacFive
MacFive at 4,000 feet! – 26 viewsHiking in the Tuckerman's Ravine at Mt. Washington.CelticRadio
Lets go for a Ride! – 29 viewsThats alot of people on this antique car. Appears to be Civil War dressed uniforms so thinking this was taking late 1800s or early 1900s.CelticRadio
Jumping! – 32 viewsWow, did I really capture this. Looks like he is suspended in air!MacFive
Grandpa Cooper's First Car – 29 viewsCeltic Radio
Family Photograph – 30 viewsWhen photographs were taken around the turn of the 19th century, parents did not allow their children to smile for the camera. It was consider a bad omen. It looks like though this picture was snapped prematurely as the man on the left is smiling - must have been a great party!CelticRadio
Edward Cooper Family – 34 viewsHappies time for my Great Grand Father Edward Cooper. Founder of the American Mica CompanyCelticRadio
Edward Cooper - Founder of the American Mica Company – 34 viewsThis is Edward Cooper, my Great Grandfather and founder of the American Mica Company. The American Mica Company was an operation in Wellesley and Newton Massachusetts involved in the production of Mica for electrical devices. Mr. Cooper held many patients on the Mica splitting process and folding process. He had 14 children, all daughters with the exception of a son who died at a young age. Because of his company he enjoyed a very good life until he was swindled by a Wallstreet baron.CelticRadio
Dorothy Cooper Beauley – 46 viewsThis is a photograph of my Grandmother from around 1910. A wonderful Grandmother and a real sweetheart. We miss her very much.MacFive
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Cry Innocent – 67 viewsThis is a picture of the actress that played Bridget Bishop in "Cry Innocent" performed at the Old Town Hall in Puritan Salem, 1692. Three centuries ago Bridge was tried and held, and was the first person hanged for witchcraft in 1692.CelticRadio
Cook out in the 1910s – 30 viewsLooks like a formal affair for an outside barbacue. Foods looks good though!CelticRadio
Combat Engineers – 41 views150th Combat Engineers - Patton's Third ArmyMacFive
Christmas in the 1910s – 21 viewsDorothy Cooper on the right, my GrandmotherCelticRadio
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