The past two Sepia Saturday posts have been about a fellow named George Kallman. The first post is where I gave out all the actual details I have about this man and showed him with his sister Gladys. To see the second post click here.
I'm hoping someday a former student will do a search for him online and find these photos. It would be grand if someone were to step forward who knew him during his 40 years of teaching elementary school. There must be hundreds of former students from the San Francisco area who remember him. So I'll keep my fingers crossed.
For now, we look at George as he moves from adolescence to an adult and what must have been a life changing event.
This first shot has no date on the back, but I'm assuming he's probably around a junior in high school.
These next two shots are dated June 12, 1945. Senior photos?
The following three are dated November 3, 1945. George joined the Army, either by choice or by draft.
And this final shot is dated February 2 1948.
I'm wondering when George got out of the service and where did he go to college to get his teaching degree? Most likely we'll never know.
This is my Sepia Saturday entry for this weekend. More of the Kallman family next week.