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Randolf Fyfe (ca. 1905)

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Randolf Fyfe & Alder lady

Randolf Fyfe & Alder lady

Randolf Fyfe and this young Alder lady are dressed up for something in the early 1900s. The black gloves were a symbol of mourning.

There is another playful picture taken at the same time with Arthur Fyfe. To see it, just click HERE.

Photo courtesy of Pat Van Eaton.

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