1. As stated before... First cousin is the child of your parents siblings. This is a DISTANT cousin. Cool to know that you have a picture of them but not all impressive. I'm related to a Mayflower descendent.... Along with about 50,000+ living people. Nothing to brag about.

  2. I am descended from 6 Mayflower passengers, and was a Mayflower colony governor for 14 years.

  3. She looks like she was solidly in the “spare the rod” camp

  4. Hard to say. I would tend to agree.

  5. Well to be fair she may have let you lick the spoon when making icing.

  6. She changed her name to thumper.

  7. She'll sadly never be the chair of a major corporation

  8. Maybe a little prune juice will help?

  9. Maybe it works better if they're just alcoholics. They're no longer recovering if they don't pass the bars. On the other hand, I'd bet a lot of good songs were written in bars.

  10. Niels Henrik David Bohr (7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922 for his contributions which were essential to modern understandings of atomic structure and quantum mechanics.

  11. Niels Henrik David Bohr (7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922 for his contributions which were essential to modern understandings of atomic structure and quantum mechanics.

  12. Niels Henrik David Bohr (7 October 1885 – 18 November 1962) was a Danish physicist. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922 for his contributions which were essential to modern understandings of atomic structure and quantum mechanics.

  13. Not just any splash in the pond.

  14. Now that the Boy Scouts are letting girls in…Balls are optional.

  15. I don't anymore. To many people on phone or talking. Don't care for the lights from phone or people talking over movie.

  16. Bank, travel agency and a market. Family had a whole economy going on there. :)

  17. A prosperous family, rightly proud of what they had built in the new country. Fabulous photo.

  18. Unfortunately they were victims of the 1925 KKK government takeover of Denver. It's a long story.

  19. Do you know where this was in Denver? I’m a fifth-generation Denverite and also Italian American.

  20. It's 2128 15th Street. The numbers changed, but you can tell it's the same building. Right next to the station. It has Cactus written on it. Easy to see on Google maps.

  21. As a former tobacco chewer, I love the spittoon.

  22. I do as well. Never smoked or chewed.

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