New Year’s “Back in the Day”

Cromis and Sechler Family Members, 1936
Detail of a photo showing Cromis and Sechler family members, 1936

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5 Responses

  1. Barb Huffman says:

    This is an awesome article . To think we can read these daily notes and get a glimpse of life so many years ago . I have a new journal here , considering whether to start writing in it . I am not sure I want a great granddaughter reading it in years to come !

  2. Mark Hagenbuch says:

    You can just write some things in code or use initials!! It will drive your descendants crazy….it will give them hours of trying to figure out what you meant!!

  3. Dave Hagenbuch says:

    such a flood of memories triggered by the names from my (our) childhood…. too much to absorb. Thanks Mark and Andrew for doing this.

  4. Bob Hagenbuch says:

    WOW! I love this article. While I knew many of the people mentioned, I would give anything to know who J.B. and P.R. were. I wish we knew more about our Mom’s life before she married Dad, but I do remember a few tales she used to tell us. Good work, I always like reading everything you and Andrew share.

  5. Fuller Runyan says:

    Just found this tonight, during a search for the death information for Ethlyn (Bradbury) Cromis, wife of Roy Cromis. I will be checking back often – please keep up the good work! This stuff is solid gold, and may be a template for the day I put my family tree in writing. I only hope I can make it “come alive” the way that you have here. God Bless –

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