AMOS RHEAUME AND FAMILY POSE FOR PORTRAIT IN KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

keane familyAmos Rheaume and his family pose for their portrait at the studio of W. G. Freeman in Keene, New Hampshire. Amos and his wife and three children comprise an attractive family. W. G. Freeman was a photographer in Keene between 1901 and 1905. At some point he moved his business to Bellow Falls, Vermont where he appears in city directories from at least 1910 through 1918.  (SOLD)

 

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BIG SISTER AND LITTLE BROTHER IN KEENE, NEW HAMPSHIRE (THE DODGE SIBLINGS)

Two sibling pose for their portrait at the studio of C. N. Stowell in Keene, New Hampshire. The reverse of the cabinet card has an inscription that identifies the children as Amy and Dexter Dodge. Photographer, C. N. Stowell is listed in the Keene, New Hampshire business directory of 1897.  Amy Lee Dodge (1889-?) was married in 1919 to John Elliott Cook in Keene, New Hampshire. Her father was Willie Alfred Dodge and he mother was Mary Jane Palley. According to city directories, Amy worked as a telephone operator between 1911 and 1920. The 1930 US census revealed that Amy Cook (her married name) was living with her husband, her 4 year-old son, and a few in-laws. Her husbands occupation was listed as “farmer”.  Dexter Rudolph Dodge (1896-?) In the 1917 and 1918 city directories (Keene), Dexter is listed as a member of the US Army Reserve. Note that these were the years of World War I and it is unknown whether Dexter actually went overseas and saw combat.  The 1920 US census found Dexter working as a clerk in a jewelry store and living with his parents in Keene. In 1921 he married Helen Lucy Winch. Research found a 1942 draft registration card which reported that Dexter owned a jewelry store and was living in Worcester, Massachusetts. City directories from 1951 through 1957 list Dexter as “retired”.

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