|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Portrait of 10 children dressed formally. The eldest boy seems to be about 12 years of age. He is in the upper center of the photo and is dressed in a dark suit, high celluloid collar and bow tie. He is flanked by two boys. Boy at left is about 10 and is also dressed in a dark suit, turn down celluloid collar and dark four=-hand tie. The boy at the right is about 6 and is dressed in a double breasted suit with large white buttons, white shirt and dark bow tie. All the boys hair is dark and has a center part. None of the boys are smiling.
The middle row of girls range in age from about three to 8. They are dressed in white. The two older girl's hair is pulled back in a bow and the two younger girls hair is center parted and tied in ribbons. The babies in the front are two boys and a girl at the center. The boys also have on suits, shirts and dies. The baby girl is dressed in white. The boys seems to be about 3 and the baby less than a year.
Duplicate photo on file.
|Number of images||1|
|Title||Fleishbein and Krebs children|
|Collection||Fleishbein and Krebs children|
Krebs, Stanley (top)
Fleishbein, Fred (left to right)
Fleishbein, Jo Anne
Stanley Krebs was County Surveyor, died 1925
Fred Fleishbein married Leon Bechtoldt daughter of Dr. Bechtoldt
Charles Fleishbein (Charles and Fred, sons of Elizabeth Stanley)
Doris Krebs married Edwin Vogler
Virginia Krebs married Clarence Blair
Jo Anne Fleishbein married Marcel Ward of Bridges & Ward
Agnes Mace married Washington West IA
Hugh Mace married Elsie Grossart
Russell Stanley, son of Abraham Lincoln Stanley
Following from David Mace, Biltmore Terrace, Swansea, IL to Judy Belleville, 1995:
Leona Bechtoldt Fleishbein moved to Montana after Fred died.
Hugh mace adopted two children: David and Ann
Marjorie Md Ross-Asbil. She ran Stanley Tack after her dad, George, died. She sold the tack factory to Dick Hilgard.
Jim Stanley and 2nd wife, Margaret, both were talented musicians; they lived in NY near West Point. They sang on the "Ford Hour" a New York Sunday Evening Program. Jim got cancer of the throat; he had a daughter "Bunny" Stanley