The Pasch Brooks scrapbook, part 3

From the scrapbook that my grandmother, Gladys Corinne Walker,  created in a repurposed Pasch Brooks catalog.  She was born in 1897 and may have made this scrapbook when she was about 8 years old, living on a farm in Argyle, Michigan.  We’ll leaf through some more pages and take a closer look at the photos that especially catch our eyes.  We hope to have some scans (rather than photos) of some of the choicest items later.

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“Speak”

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drawn by her own childish hand, I believe

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dahlias

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Note the painstaking scissor work.

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some handiwork loose among the pages

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to be continued

 

 

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