In keeping with this month's theme for Sepia Saturday I give you a bride and groom who look like they were meant to be, as opposed to the last couple who looked—as Little Nell aptly put it—like a post mortem shot.
If you've been following this blog for a few years you might remember George and Gladys Kallman. Following George's death I ended up with the family photos though I never met George or Gladys. It was through my friend Bert that I received the estate collection. Bert didn't know George either. There were no family members who were interested in the collection so I was thrilled to get it. As long as I have it it won't be broken up, but as to who collects it next I have no control.
I do not know the names of these two other than the last name Kallman. I believe the fella might be George's uncle. To see more Kallman family photos simply search the name in the "Search Tattered and Lost" at the top of the left column.
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This photo was taken at The Johnson Studio at 1028 Market Street in San Francisco. You can see another photo taken at the studio here. Unfortunately you won't be able to see it larger because thanks to Google's ineptness in getting rid of Picasa they have also managed to get rid of many links to photos. Thanks Google! Keep up the good work just like your stupendous Google+ nonsense, always cutting edge. Seriously, none of my previous posts using Picasa allow you to see images larger. Oh sure, I could spend eons going back and trying to fix the mess Google has created, but I'd rather not add it to the list of things I need to deal with. Google is now officially Microsoft '96 only worse._____