In our research we run across a great number of photos.  These photos are an extremely valuable part of our heritage and are irreplaceable. One very maddening thing is to run across photos that have circumstantial evidence of being connected to the family that we can't identify.  We are confident that they relate to us, but how?

                                                              

Help us identify these mystery photos

When you click on the above icon, you will see the photos stored with Picasa Web Albums.  You don't need any software to view them.

The Web Album shows you a view of all of the photos in thumbnails.  You can double click on each one to see individually and you may select "Fullscreen" to see maximum size.  From the individual view you can browse through the images as well using the control arrows shown.  You may select also slideshow mode.  You can download any photos you want individually.

Picasa has free PC software that helps to manage photos on your PC and connects to and manages the Web Albums those you store online.  You can get the free software at: http://picasa.google.com/   Itís a pretty good tool, even if you just use it for managing the photos on your PC.  If you have Google's Picasa on your PC, you may download the entire album to your PC with one command.   Just click on "Download" and "Download to Picasa."   You'll then have a copy of the eitire album in a folder on your PC.

The names in brackets [ ] give the generations.











 

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