Grahams Wordless Wednesday

My Mother Smiling In A Hat – 1939 – Detrroit, Michigan Wordless Wednesday

Doris Graham Cleage in a hat, 1939

I was inspired to post this photo by a post on Between the Gate Posts “The Lady Wears The Hat“.  It’s a beautiful photograph of her aunt.

12 replies on “My Mother Smiling In A Hat – 1939 – Detrroit, Michigan Wordless Wednesday”

Kris, forgive me for saying so — again — but your Mom was a stone fox. Any idea where this beautiful photo was shot? The building behind her, with the trucks in front of it, looks like a business. Thanx.

I think the sign on the building says “Used Trucks”. It was somewhere in Detroit, were, I don’t know. Looks like she’s dressed for church but was there a used truck place around Plymouth?

Interesting. Perhaps near the old Plymouth, hunh? If I had a hi-res version, I’d study the roofs at left, one of which looks rather unique. Thanx again.

Jo -She did always have great shoes.
Sheryl – I sometimes like the way other people look in hats, but I don’t like wearing them myself.
Sandra – I like the dress too.

I just realized that this photo was taken only three years after the one with her sister a few posts back. What a lot of growing up children do from 10 to 13 years.

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