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Barnum, Pickard, Raymond Family of New York. Red Velvet Photo Album purchased in St Jacobs Ontario, Patented 1882
BPR-1. [for?] Aunt Meda Gould. New York.
BPR-5. New York. Grandma Clella Barnum

[Note: Clella Barnum born 1884 married Burt RAYMOND. 3 known children were Lillian M. Raymond b 1905; Audrey B. Raymond born 1907 married Edward MARCELLUS; Marjorie K. Raymond born 1917]
BPR-6. New York. D. F. Pickard

[Darwin Frank Pickard, born 19 Sept. 1875 was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Watertown NY for 29 years]
BPR-7. New York. "Clark [sic] Barnum. same girl as BPR 10

[Clark Barnum born 1886 brother of Clella BPR-5]
BPR-8. New York. "Mrs. Cora Humphrey, 2 Washington St. Copenhagen" and "--- husband [& self??] when they were married"
BPR-10. New York. "your mother, your aunt and Uncle Clark Barnum"
BPR-13. Rochelle Illinois. Writing on back "Austin & Huldah Gould"

[1860 census Cattaraugus New York has Austin M. Gould, age 39 and wife Huldah 33 with son Herman J., 12 and Ramsey Gould, age 21]
BPR-14. Syracuse New York. Writing on back "D.F. Pickard"
BPR-17. Chubby faced baby, same as #18 D. F. Pickard
BPR-18. Putnam New York. Writing on back "D. F. Pickard"
BPR-21. Syracuse New York. Writing "D. F. Pickard"
BPR-23. Syracuse New York. Writing on back "D. L. Pickard, father of D. F. Pickard"

[1850 census for Onondaga Co. NY has Nicholas Pickard, 66 b Ny, wife Jane [Armstrong], 64 and son Darwin L. (D.L. of the photos), 30 b NY]
BPR-24. baby, circa 1920s-1930s. Writing on back "Bruce Babcock"
BPR-29. Baby. Syracuse New York. Writing on back "D. F. Pickard"
BPR-31. Seneca Falls New York. Writing on back "Julien Candee/Caudee?" and "B. --- "
BPR-28. Funeral card for George Talbot, died july 1895 age 67 years, 8 months 20 days. Writing on back To Fannie C. Putnam
BPR-33. Funeral Card for Mrs. Ette Woodworth, died 21 Sept. 1889, age 53 years, 4 months, 22 days
BPR-34. Funeral Card for Anna Gould died 18 Dec. 1891
BPR-35. Funeral Card for Helen D. Cox Aug 7, 1907 - Mar. 2, 1911
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