--- (ab) my identification goes like this: from left to right:
Charles Stack - Jack Skank(Schank?) - Ernestine Kohn Stack - Catherine Stack Brengman - John Brengman - Anna Stack - Harris Brengman - Lillian Stack Skank(Schank?) - John (Jack) Brengman - Catherine Brengman
This photo was in Larry and Jeanne's collection in an envelope marked ""Pictures from Paul Stack"".
Typed comment with photo, most likely written by Paul Stack ::
""Print #207624 - From left, CHARLES STACK, man unknown, ERNESTINE (KOHN) STACK, CATHERINE (STACK) BRENGMAN - a daughter of Fred and Mary Stack, granddaughter of John and Augusta Stack. Next to her is her husband JOHN BRENGMAN holding their son HARRIS BRENGMAN. The next two ladies are unknown. Two children in front are JOHN and MARYAN BRENGMAN, son and daughter of John and Catherine Brengman.""
Bill Brengman has a copy of this photo with some written information. Bill told me in a phone conversation that the notes say that the young man next to Charles Stack is Jack Skank(Schank?), the woman in front of Mother(Catherine Stack Brengman) is great-aunt Anna Stack, and the "older" lady is Lillian Stack Skank(Schank?). --- Bill and I talked about the above confusing identification of the two women on the right. I think it makes more sense to say that the obviously older woman in front of Catherine is Anna Stack, and the other younger woman is Lillian Stack Skank. I am thinking the word "older" in the above description was a typo or hard to read handwriting and actually should be the word "other". To further back this up, Lillian Stack Skank is the wife of Jack Skank - and looks to be about the same age as the man identified as Jack Skank. Also Anna Stack is a sister to Charles Stack - and the aunt of Lillian.
Note: I sent my original copy of this photo to Bill Brengman.
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