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Welcome To The Family Of Short & Chamberlain

This Page May Have Answers To Some Questions You Might Have:

Who Am I?:

I am Kathleen Jennette Short Daughter of Preston Truesdall Short & Joan J. McMillan.

Granddaughter of Thomas Arthur Short & Geraldine Susan Chamberlain

What This Site Is:

These are photographs and files on family ancestry. Ranging from the 1800s to the 1990s, this site is a combination of the Short and Chamberlain Family. Each File listed here on this page has galleries attached to it and is ongoing for uploading new documentations. It has been a long and arduous process with dating and identifying who is who in this huge family with places involved, but posted here are some with those dates, faces identified and places in fact, and if new information arises places, dates, faces will have corrections thereto.

*Note: Sometimes I will write in the description space my thoughts with an * by it and signed with a "-KJS". Those are just my thoughts and wonderings.

How To Work It:

Just email me for the password.  luvmedukh@gmail.com   It's easy. 

Travels With Tom & Gerry:

I thought I would copy all of "Tom & Gerrys" travel photos. My grandmother Geraldine took the time to date and place many of their travels together right on the back of the photo, sometimes even the front. I post them here for mere historical looks and wonders of the travels they did. She was also a great solo traveler and some photos that are posted are of her expeditions with friends.

Maybe some of you with kids can use them for history projects in school and such.  Some of the places they traveled are no longer open to foreign travelers or the country has changed completely.

Cameras, Photographs, Negatives & Slides:

Photography is a passionate hobby for me. So when these came to me, I had fun.  I geek and drool all over the photos in themselves and how perfect many of the negatives and photos retained a look of near perfection after inverting them into photographs from negatives and slides.

Different cameras were used such as a box camera and a "travel" fold up Kodak in the early 1900s and a Stereo Realist. It is all so amazing to have this finally come together. If you take a good look you can actually see a couple of the cameras used in the photographs.

Thanks to the digital age we live in you are able to see and have these photos for the future.



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