Photo Corner

MitmanContributed by Maynard L. Keller, Jr., Roanoke, Virginia
Attached is a beach photo taken around 1910, probably Ocean City, New Jersey. My great-grandmother, Mary Ellen Mitman, is the person at the bottom left. Also pictured are her husband, Ulyssus Koder (top right); sister, Minnie (top center); Minnie’s husband, Linwood Singer (top left); and a family friend (bottom right).

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Mae [Otis] Green, welder 1942

Contributed by Bill and Carol
My mother was a welder in 1942 building ships for the war. Her name was Mae [Otis] Green and she lived in Napa, California. They called her Maize the welder.

3 thoughts on “Photo Corner

  1. I hope you all realize that Maynards relatives were in their Bathing Suits !!!! Imagine trying to swim in stockings, etc.

  2. We see lots of movies about the war, but it was the quiet un sung heros at home that contributed much to the war effort.
    In England, the future Queen Elizabeth drove an ambulance.
    Thanks Bill & Carol for your photo.
    Robert,
    in Australia,

  3. Hi Bill and Carol,

    Do you know if your Mom worked at the Basalt Rock Company? I am also doing research in Napa on my husband’s family and his grandfather worked their during the same years. Small world!

    Cindy

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