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Artificial Intelligence Brings Family Photos To Life

I found out about this app through Facebook and gave it a try. It can be a little creepy, but it brought a tear to my eye to see my great-grandma and grandpa Frederick moving and smiling. Click the link below to learn more. Source: Artificial Intelligence Brings People in Historic Photos Back To Life

family history, History

Finding My Family

As I put the Frederick family history together, I've run into a few roadblocks and mysteries in y genealogy journey. As of late, I've been working on finding and documenting some of the extended family relationships with my great-great-grandmother Ella (Zillmer) Frederick. A photograph is at the center of my genealogy conundrum in this search.… Continue reading Finding My Family

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Digital Artists Recreated The Oval Office In The Last 100 Years

The Oval Office became the central place of every American president since the beginning of the 20th century. It's a tradition for every incoming president to change the décor in the Oval Office, from the upholstery to the wallpapers. Source: Digital Artists Recreated The Changes The Oval Office Went Through Over The Last 100 Years

family history, Tractors

Grandpa’s Tractors

Grandpa and his BF Avery A tractor I remember visiting Grandma and Grandpa Frederick's house as a kid and Grandpa would dig out the photo albums. We would go through and he would tell a story about certain pictures--I wish I could remember them all! There was one album with pictures of tractors, equipment and… Continue reading Grandpa’s Tractors

family history, History

Letters to Lorraine-June 25, 1935

Neosho, WisconsinJune 25, 1935 Dearest Lorraine, I never hear from you, so I thought I'd write again.How did your get over the birthday? Ha! Ha!Did you go to the Schwartz Sunday? I was to Neosho to the church picnic, that is with the folks. Was you and Melvin here Sunday to get me? How about… Continue reading Letters to Lorraine-June 25, 1935

family history, History

Letters to Lorraine-May 21, 1935

Cataract, WisconsinMay 21st 1935 Dear Lorraine, Must take time and answer your letter tonight. We have been so busy. We have our house cleaning done. Yesterday I helped the men folks plant corn. Planted 13 acres. They still have more to plant for the silo. I can hardly walk to-day my feet are so sore.… Continue reading Letters to Lorraine-May 21, 1935

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Allis-Chalmers B-210 Project

Allis-Chalmers B210 from advertising material(Courtesy of SimpleTrACtors.com) After many years I've finally started another Allis-Chalmers restoration project. This tractor is a little smaller--and it's yellow instead of orange! This is a late 1960s Allis-Chalmers B-210 lawn tractor. The tractor itself is in good shape, but the Briggs & Stratton engine needs some TLC. These were… Continue reading Allis-Chalmers B-210 Project