This is part of the "52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks" Challenge begun by Amy Johnson Crow, author of the blog No Story Too Small.
Arthur Harry Iverson was my paternal grandfather. He passed away when my dad was only six years old. I've written about him several times here on my blog. In those blog posts, I shared interesting information and photos. I've provided a list of the blog posts I've written about Arthur at the bottom of this post.
So, rather than write a detailed post about him today, I'm going to share a precious photo of him when he was a young boy. He was three years old at the time this photo was taken, which would mean that this picture was taken around 1913.
I love this photo, not only because it shows my grandfather as a child, but also because my great-grandmother, Anna Christopherson, is in this picture. This is one of only two photos in my possession in which my great-grandmother, Anna Christopherson, is pictured.
I'll be sharing what I know about Anna Christopherson in a future post.
What I've written about Grandpa Arthur:
Found Clark Gable’s Mechanic in the 1940 Census!
Tombstone Tuesday–Arthur Harry Iverson
Wedding Wednesday–Arthur Harry Iverson and Ingrid Anna Gillberg
Those Place Thursday - Speaking of Camping….
Workday Wednesday–Arthur's On the Job! ~ Part 1
Workday Wednesday–Arthur's On the Job! ~ Part 2
Workday Wednesday–Arthur's On the Job! ~ Part 3
Happy Grandparents Day!
Grandpa Arthur and His Mandolin
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