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Randall Family Archive Photos
My Mother just found a small stash of photos that I said needed to be scanned for archive purposes. Some real classics here, and I am glad they are now archived in digital form.

Duck hunting success on the Iron Range. My Grandpa Floyd and Uncle Duane.
Duck hunting success on the Iron Range. This would be about 1938 or 1939, before the war.
My Great Aunts and Uncles on my Mom's side of the family.
My Mom and my Grandfather Floyd at the White Swan Lake cabin showing off the new fireplace Floyd built. I think that is my cousin Bruce in Grandpa Floyd's lap. This is the man who gave me the middle name of Floyd!
My Uncle Ray in a derby racer, late 1930's
My Uncle Ray and Grandma Rose, circa WWII
My Mom (about age 4) with my Grandfather Floyd (center) and a family friend. About 1946 north of Nashwauk, MN.
My Mom (about age 4) with my Grandfather Floyd (center) and a family friend. About 1946 north of Nashwauk, MN.
(above) My Mom, Judy, when she was very little, in Mahoning, MN
(above) My Mom, Judy, when she was very little, in Mahoning, MN
(note the trousers and heavy sweater that make her look chunky, LOL!)
I told her it looks like the garb that Our Gang and the Little Rascals wore, ha ha!
(above) This is my Mom (pictured at the far right) with her high school girlfriends.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with her lunchbox, ready for school. She called me to tell me about this photo, that her mother must have made this dress for her, since they didn't just go out to stores and buy dresses like this back then.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with her friend Marilyn who was a next-door neighbor friend.
(above) My Mom, Judy, dressed in what looks like a really nice wool winter coat. I don't think this was made at home, so my Grandma or Grandpa must have bought this lovely coat for her.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with my Uncle Ray.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with my Uncle Ray again. Mom told me that when Ray was in town in summers, he and his buddies would take her out on the town everywhere they went during the day to bring her around, because she was quite a novelty and fun to have around. Judy was so much younger than her older sister and two brothers, by almost an entire generation (whoops!), and none of Ray's buddies had little sisters as young as Judy, so they had fun bringing her all around town.
(above) Uncle Ray, my Mom, Judy, and her sister, my Aunt Verna. Judy says this looks like Verna's wedding dress, so they were all dressed up to go to her wedding.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with my Aunt Verna.
(above) My Mom, Judy, with my Aunt Verna in her Army Air Corps uniform.
 
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