Another one, also Danish (people). It's all the way back from spring. The short one standing next to me is a brother of little Madsen, (he) came over here in the spring.
top line says: standing up, from left to rightFirst name says Mr. Poulsen, unable to make out the rest of that lineNext line starting wth 2 - Mr. Christansen - appears to say "where I have my home" -- Maybe someone she worked for or he worked for before they were married? Or from the old hometown in Denmark?3 - Holger4 - Mr Nielsen, young friendunder that, "sitting down from left to right"1 - Mrs Poulsen, married to Mr P, and sibling (the crossed out bit says "and child.")2 - Oline and "Kylle" (nickname meaning "little chick") (Nana)3 - Miss Christansen, daughter of Mr Christansen4 - Miss Pedersen, engaged to Mr NielsenThen it says 4 again, followed by Miss Christiansen with "sister" scribbled above her name. Daughter of chap # 2. 2 options for the rest about Miss Christiansen:1. .. and I get along with her really well, but she only speaks English, but it's a nice girl2. ... and I'm going out with her a lot, but she only speaks English, but it's a nice girl
Gabriel & Selina's 50th anniversary
Hugh Howell's daughter
Dad and me at Pender Harbor 1921
E (edward?) Howells at Kimes'
With love from Christopher and Margaret, 4.5 & 6.5
5 years 3 months & 4 years 1 month