A slice of living history that continues to flourish through the postings of an enthusiastic blogger.
This house on the Trumbull property has always been called “The Little House”. It was used for the housekeeper and her husband, who did odd jobs around the property and was occupied by several different families. When the boys came home from their service in World War II, various living accomadations were arranged.
Aunt Helen Human holding Douglas, Aunt Anne Stanley and Aunt Dorothy, holding Judy (me). This would have been the Christmas of 1947 and Lad and Marian were living in The Little House.
Another picture of Christmas, 1947, Greg having joined the family in August. They were still living there in December of 1948, when my sister, Lynn, arrived on December 26th.
When Dan, Paulette and their daughter, Arla, arrived from France, just after Christmas in 1946, they stayed in the Big House.In 1948, their first son, Cedric, joined their family.
During the spring and summer around 1950…
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