Various photos out of Waupaca, Wisconsin
First photo reads on back “Ethelyn Spencer” My mothers sisters daughter
In the 1910 Census there is a Fred and Edith Spencer in Waupaca, Wisconsin with a daughter Ethelyn M. Spencer who was age 22 at the time.
I do not know if this one is related to the same Spencer family but contains the same last name in this large batch of photos.
First one reads “South side Spencer Farmhouse, Waupaca, Wisconsin 8/16/1918”
Second reads “North Side of Spencer Home, Waupaca, Wisconsin, Aug 5, 1918 at 4pm”
This photo reads on the back “Elizabeth Roberts, Major Roberts daughter, one of my chums” Waupaca, Wisconsin.
From Census Records there was a Elizabeth S. Roberts born in 1885, in 1900 census in Waupaca, Wisconsin. Parents Robert and Amy Roberts. I also did some research to see if there was any Major Roberts in Wisconsin. Do find mentions on google of a Major Robert N. Roberts, Thirty-eighth Wisconsin Infantry 1865.
From this site http://www.civilwar.com/components/index.php?option=com_officialrecord&series=Series%20I&volume=&part=&page=1046
Another Cabinet Card Photo labeled Waupaca, Wisconsin
There are names written in pencil faint at the bottom, it looks like “Aggie and Mamie Holmes”
Miss Bissie or Bessie Taylor