Black & White Portrait Baby Girl Photo By Albro's Photoshop Flint Mich
Black and White Portrait, Baby Girl, Photo By Albro's Photoshop, Flint, Michigan, Early 1900s.
An Added Tidbit
Ray was born in Michigan on March 18, 1886, fourth of the five children of Jarvis E. and Margaret L. Albro. Laura was born in Michigan in 1886, and she married Ray about 1910. Their children were born in Michigan: Georgia in 1913, Jarvis in 1914, Barbara in 1921 or early in 1922, and Beatrice in August of 1915. According to one source, Ray had a studio at 104 South Saginaw Street in Flint from 1910 until 1916. He was a medium-sized man in 1918, with blue eyes and light brown hair. The blind stamp of “ALBRO’S PHOTO SHOP, FLINT, MICH.” is found on many studio portraits on post card stock, some vignetted, some of the groups, and some employing rather crude props suggesting such scenes as the observation platform of a railroad car or a wishing well. Ray and Laura had all of their children at home in 1930 including sixteen-year-old Laura, who was married to a fellow named Johnson.
Item Code - VIS12E57A22REA
Width: 5 1/8" Height: 7 1/2" Depth: 1/8" Weight: 45 g
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