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otter42

Possible war bride I think because of postcard style photo with Br at the bottom.  Unknown couple.  

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danimal03

here is a recent pickup that originated in England.  I liked the photo contrast of "Red and Reba".  Unless she was super tall and he really short; she appears to be sitting on his lap.  Seems risqué for the time.

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otter42

Looks like she's sitting on the arm of the chair or a stool. Great photo.  She looks confident and he looks like a deer in the headlights! 

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On 8/14/2023 at 10:53 PM, patches said:

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This is a good one Patches.

Maybe it me, but to me, these two look like

they are totally thinking about the Honeymoon!

 

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On 4/25/2024 at 12:06 PM, otter42 said:

Possible war bride I think because of postcard style photo with Br at the bottom.  Unknown couple.  

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What patch is on his right shoulder? 36th Infantry "Texans" ?

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otter42

Yes it is, and I also make out a  European civil affairs patch on the man on the left in that photo.

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patches
On 7/11/2021 at 9:17 PM, patches said:

A Belgian War Bride,

 

Robert Tabor and the former Carmen Salenbier, Think he's from Omaha.

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Carmen Tabor passed a few months back in January, she was 98. Bob her husband, real first name Marion passed in January 2017, at 93.

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patches
On 4/28/2024 at 1:25 PM, danimal03 said:

here is a recent pickup that originated in England.  I liked the photo contrast of "Red and Reba".  Unless she was super tall and he really short; she appears to be sitting on his lap.  Seems risqué for the time.

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I would venture to say this is a 1930s portrait here in America, as we see the White Shirt and Black Tie, and the lady, yes she's got that 30s Hairdoo.

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