women

British Welding Woman Airplane Worker in Full Color (1914)

British Welding Woman Airplane Worker in Full Color (1914)

Colorized by Okkama Colorizations at The Psychogenealogist (2019). Original photo (1914) by unknown photographer, courtesy of the University of British Columbia Library Digitization Centre.

Pic of the Week (#135) - Strunk Artistic Photographer of Reading, PA

Pic of the Week (#135) - Strunk Artistic Photographer of Reading, PA

I like the soulfully angular look of the woman in this late 1800s or early 1900s cabinet card photograph. Who is she? What is her story?

Pic of the Week (#132) - The Mona Lisa Smile of Laura Victoria Kallman (1875-1961)

Pic of the Week (#132) - The Mona Lisa Smile of Laura Victoria Kallman (1875-1961)

This late 1890s cabinet card from Sycamore, Illinois shows a beautiful young woman with a Mona Lisa smile and a stunning, soulful gaze. Can you help me find her story?

Pic of the Week (#123) - "See you soon. Lots of Love - Cécile" (France, 1933)

Pic of the Week (#123) - "See you soon. Lots of Love - Cécile" (France, 1933)

Here is a beautiful French postcard from 1933 showing a young woman in a green and gold dress and holding a bouquet of purple flowers. Does the translation of her French letter on the back help us tell her story?

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#114) - "Je vous aime, Chuck"

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#114) - "Je vous aime, Chuck"

“Je vous aime, Chuck” - a young woman from the 1940s writes on a photo to her sweetheart. Can you help me find and tell her story?

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#111) - Mary Hunscker of Mauch Chunk, PA

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#111) - Mary Hunscker of Mauch Chunk, PA

Mary Hunscker gets her photo taken by the photographer Zelner in Mauch Chunk, PA. Can you help me find and tell her story?

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#110) - "Minnie's Mother, Sue H. Leig"

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#110) - "Minnie's Mother, Sue H. Leig"

Who was Minnie? And her mother, Sue H. Leig, presumably from Reading, PA? Can you help me find and tell their stories?

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#105) - Melancholy Maggie Mead

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#105) - Melancholy Maggie Mead

This woman’s downward stare is melancholy and intense. She’s forlorn. perhaps in mourning. Her face and eyes hint at an emotional story. What could it be?

Planes, Shuffleboard, and Hats: The Elegant Lydia Schmidt McNamara (1876-1961)

Planes, Shuffleboard, and Hats: The Elegant Lydia Schmidt McNamara (1876-1961)

Lydia Schmidt McNamara (1876-1961) was an elegant woman with a fondness for hats, planes, and jewelry. There is photographic evidence that she fancied shuffleboard as well.

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#82) - Lillian Florence Gray (1866-1901) of Prescott, WI

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#82) - Lillian Florence Gray (1866-1901) of Prescott, WI

Can you help me find family of Lillian Florence Gray (1866-1901) of Prescott, Wisconsin? Can you help me tell her story?

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#70) - A Stunning Early 1900s Photograph by Kuebler

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#70) - A Stunning Early 1900s Photograph by Kuebler

Here is a stunning early 1900s cabinet card photograph of a bespectacled middle aged woman with a confident stare. The photographer was Kuebler of 1210 Chestnut St. in Philadelphia, PA.

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#66) - "I am very weak, wood is very expensive and hard to find."

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#66) - "I am very weak, wood is very expensive and hard to find."

A grandmother writes to her family, perhaps for the last time, in 1931.

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#33)

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#33)

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#33) - Rosana Cochran - Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania.

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#3)

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week (#3)

The Psychogenealogist Pic of the Week #3. Western High School fencing team, 1925.