Instead of where's Waldo, let's play "Where's Gladys?"
This photo includes Gladys Kallman. I know this because her brother George wrote a note and attached it to the photo. Otherwise I'd have never found her.
I believe this to be Gladys Kallman's senior photo. It measures 36" x 8". How on earth was anyone supposed to display this? As would be expected, it was folded.
1948. The war was over, but in just a few years we'd be sending troops to another war. Korea. What became of the class of 1948. Old enough to be your parents? Your grandparents? Think of the stories these people could tell. These kids would now be around 80 years old.
Now, go ahead and find Gladys. You may need to go back to last weeks Sepia Saturday post to remember what Gladys looked like.
And click on any image to see it larger.
Unlike handing your yearbook around for signatures, these kids handed around this photo. Here are just a few messages written to Gladys on the back of the photo.
And now...here's Gladys. Look at the third row up from the bottom, about 1/3 of the way through.
Another Sepia Saturday post.