Archive for the ‘Family’ Category

1976-78 Italy


Trip to Italy, Ontario, upstate New York, MOMA, National Gallery, skiing, Leon’s broken leg, snow, St Augustine. Flying over the Alps Vatican Museum Vatican Museum Vatican Museum Statue of St. Peter in the Basilica St. Peter’s Basilica Pines of the Janiculum (hill) Near the Basilica Eve on Via Veneto Villa Borghese Villa Borghese Modern Art […]

Peter is in college at Wisconsin, I’m in grad school, the parents are traveling in the France, the U.K. and the U.S. A trip to the top of the World Trade Center in NY. My college graduation in New Orleans. 2004 Engandine Mus. Clock 2004 Engandine Mus. Spinning wheel 2004 Engandine Mus. Hobby horse 2004 […]

Another batch of pics, this time Scandanavia, but with some interesting family pictures included. Peter skiing, looking pretty good. Me, at 17, with acne, and doing something sneaky (look carefully). A clipping from a newspaper with a picture of Rudy, Lucy, Eve and Kenny. Leon with Rudy’s hand-me-down Lincoln.  Some pretty interesting stuff. (Another improvement […]

The second huge folder of pictures on Dad’s computer. Not so many pictures of people this time. But also a lot less work for me, because now I have scripts that generate the HTML. I’m going to try to do one batch a day. Dave Mt. Desert Island Mt. Desert Island Mt. Desert Island Sunrise […]

Dad left a huge number of pictures on his hard disk, with thumbnails and descriptions. I’ve written code that creates a page of thumbs linking to the pictures. Here’s the first batch, which he titled “From The Beginning.” Leon, 1954 Eve, 1954 Eve, 1954 David, 1956-1957 David, 1956-1957 David, 1956-1957 Washington, DC, 1857 Washington, DC, […]

After Dad retired he put in a lot of time getting his photos digitized and organized. Here’s a family photo album that includes pictures of my parents’ engagement, wedding, and lots of baby pictures. There are lots more of these to come, in other forms. Dave Click on each photo to see the full page […]

Leon’s grandson Harry has a friend named Alex who drew a beautiful picture he calls Saint Leon’s Dragon. Please click on the thumbnail below to see the full-size picture. I’m sure there’s a great story to go with this, and I hope to hear it is soon so I can pass it on. Uncle Dave […]