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Photograph of a boy and a woman - 1920s

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This is a small photograph of a boy and a woman in an ornate matting.

Man Reading to a Boy

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This is a glass negative of a man reading a book to a boy. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Boy & Girl Kissing

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These are glass negatives of a boy and girl kissing. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Unknown Family

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This is a glass negative of an unknown family. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Boy Sitting on a Bench

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This is the glass negative of a boy sitting on a bench. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Boy Sitting in a Baby Carriage

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This is the glass negative of a boy sitting in a baby carriage. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Boy Holding a Sail Boat

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These are the glass negatives of a boy holding a sail boat. The photos were taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Boy in a Costume

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This is a glass negative of an unknown boy in a costume. The photo was taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

E.F. Young - Man and Boy

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This is the glass negative of a man and boy. The photo was taken for E.F. Young by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.

Mrs. Joe Wimberly - 3 Children

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These are the glass negatives of Mrs. Joe Wimberly's 3 children. The photos were taken by Charles Wasson of Wasson Studios in Decatur, IL in the early 1900s.