Friday’s Faces from the Past

Here is a picture of my Grandpa Leo Gotcher’s class.  They lived Omaha, Nebraska and from the ages of the children I think it was probably taken about 1923.  My guess is that grandpa is 5th from the left on the front row but could also be 5th from the left on the second row.  Actually, I have no idea which one he is I just looked at a picture of him as a young man and tried to find that face in the class picture.  If you have a better idea please let me know.

Grandpa Leo's school

Grandpa Leo’s school

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2 Responses to Friday’s Faces from the Past

  1. Jeanette Tracy Kahl says:

    Your guess was my guess – immediately……..but of course, I do not know either.

  2. Have you tried contacting the local historical society? They may have a named version of the photo. In my father’s hometown, they published pictures of all the grades in the yearbook of the graduating seniors. ALL the classes are labeled. You just have to know where to look.

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