Our Photo Gallery
Here we have some photos of our life here.
Please look at this whole page, before selecting a page to view.
There may be things you find of interest on more than one page. I
don't want you to view the one page, then leave not realizing that there is more
you would have liked to look at. Be Warned: you
can click on the smaller photos and then a large version will appear.
The larger photos are huge. They will take a long while to appear on
your screen if you have an old or slow computer. Sorry about that. I
just wanted to provide good quality photos, and a way to view all the
This is a picture of Dubhghall in action!
This is sort of a photo
documentary. It is best to have the sound on while you view this
page. There is sound with this page.
|I found four rolls of film
laying around the house. These are photos from those rolls.
I had forgotten what all was on the rolls.
||I'm learning how to put video
onto this site. We got a new "fancy" camera. I am putting
some of the video I have taken on here.
Check back often as I may put more on here. I've taken video of
our garden, Dubhghall, driving through Toledo, and other things.
(Toledo, Ohio, NOT Toledo, Spain.)
Robyn's attempts at painting. I am no Rembrandt. I call
these "folk art" so I might "get away" with it.
|Robyn's trip to Texas to
attend her grandfather's funeral.
||Various photos of our lives
here from 2005 and 2006.
These are handmade in
a small village in China. Some of them are for sale. Click on the link
above to learn more. I had to
reconstruct this page as it was "eaten" by the program used to make it.
Hopefully it came out better this time. Hit
the "refresh" button if you see no text.
Would This Fabric Make Good Wallpaper?
here to find out more.
Do you know this town? You can click on the photo to view a larger version. It may take a
while to "download" if you have a slow computer.
of the same photo… I am wondering what town these are. I have
recently found out that it is not De Soto, Missouri. Someone
suggested that it might be, Pacific, Missouri. I am exploring that
avenue. Could it be Valles Mines, Missouri? Could this be
somewhere else in Missouri?
The one building on the right, has a sign saying, "Times" on it.
Underneath that, I was able to make out a sign saying, "Citizen's
Savings Bank". I can read that from the original photo if I use a
magnifying glass. Above the Coke sign on the left, it looks like
M.M.S (maybe) Kebaken General Store. With a magnifying glass I can
make out "General Store". I know it looks like, "M.M."--- but I
could be misreading it. The suspected "S" and maybe another letter
are obscured by the telephone pole. Darn! You can see from the scanned
in photo, that indeed it says, Kebaken. I just can't find any "Kebaken"
General Store, via Google. Don't know if the title should be, "M.M.S?Kebaken" General Store? Judging by the autos, this photo was either
taken in the 1920's or 1930's.
grandfather was Irl R. Weber. He was from Desoto, Missouri. His
mother's father was named Cole. The Coles owned a flour mill at Valles
Mines, Missouri if I remember correctly. (Jefferson County, Missouri.) Irl R. Weber graduated from Desoto,
High School in 1918. He was in the Navy just as W.W.I ended. He went to
Detroit to drive cars from the factory back to the customer in
Missouri. Somehow he ended up staying in Detroit. He worked at an auto
dealership. He eventually sold cars at the Ford Dealership in Detroit.
He went to work at the Ford Rouge plant in Dearborn in about 1939. I
think these photos were found in Mr. Weber's things, so they should be
Identify old Photographs:
Willneff and Weber Family?
This photo is of Irl Weber. He last lived in Dearborn Michigan. We
wonder if this photo wasn't taken in Detroit? If you know where
this was taken please let us know. We found lots more photos that
we cannot identify. If you can help us out on these it would be
most appreciated. Click
here to view the index
to the Wilneff and Weber photo pages.
Some of these mysteries are now
solved. I was going through the letters back and forth from the
distant Weber family members. Duh! I forgot what I had in
the file. (Out of sight out of mind!!) Please read the photo
descriptions to find out more. (If it works for me to add text to them.)
Bitner Family Tree
Stuff I scanned in from the Family Bible. There
is also an old photograph we think are "Hunters". Please see the
page, "Can You Help Us With Some Mysteries
Please" to see another "Bitner" item we want help with. If you are,
or think you are one of our "Bitners"; AND you want to participate in a
family tree, please fill out the "Bitner
Family Tree Form" on this web site. Hit the send button and I
will get back with you as soon as I can.
Can You Help
Us With Some Mysteries Please?
We have some photos of
things we would like to know more about. We either want to learn
who the people are, or we want to know what the object is. Not only do I
stick photos of things and people we want help with, I also stick on
here "ideas". We will appreciate any help you can offer us!
"Biblical" stuff, some of Mr. Weber's Ford stuff,
and other stuff we might run across. You'll want to have the sound on
when you view this page.
I was in the area when they filmed the movie
"Texasville". I have here some photos I took during that time.
Also I have two photos of Graham, Texas.
Japanese Scrapbook Photos
Back in the 1980's, I bought a scrapbook at a thrift store in Ft. Worth,
Texas. It is of many wonderful images of people and places in
Japan. Maybe you know some of the people in this scrapbook. If you know
them, let me know please.
Caphar Gazette Picture Page
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