The response to this one surprised me a little, though I was glad Karen feels she would "marry the handsome guy in the tie and blue jacket in a flash." ;-)
I thought the picture would be too easy, but there seemed to be some confusion, at least over the identity of the infant.
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Quiz 3: Who, when, where, why?
Ok, those with good memories and sharp eyes should not only figure out who this is, but where the picture was taken, what month and year it was probably taken, and under what special circumstances. Share your thoughts – but before you do, call the youngest generation into the room. See if any of them can figure out who this is.
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July 14, 2003
Quiz 2 answer - It's in the book!
The answer to Quiz 2 is in the book! The "Physician's Account Book," of course! My grandfather, Daniel Edwin Stone, was a country doctor. My grandmother, Elizabeth (Hammond Downey) Stone, seemed to think that an old account book would make a great scrapbook.
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July 11, 2003
Family history Quiz 2: Who’s this?
Now, for this week we'll try something a little different - that is, our quiz doesn't come from a newspaper, but a family photograph. And the answer comes from the mother of the children shown and I have more confidence in her word than in the Baltimore Sun's. The question is simple. Who is in the photo?
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July 05, 2003
Family history Quiz 1: Who’s that?
This is a portion of a picture that appeared in the Baltimore Sun. One of those shown is a Stone. Do you know which one – that is, which individual int he photo and which Stone?
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