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"Twilight on Ohio Canal."
Portrait of Freida Aegerter Stadler at age 18.
Identified in the group:The Reverend Arthur Steinebrey;  Oscar Hamilton; Edward Metzener; Bertha Bornhauser; Frieda Lehmann; Martha Haldemann; Bertha Engler (standing left)
The man smokes a pipe while the women crochets.
Original returned to donor.
Left to right, front to back: Leonard, Mathias, Julia, and Anna.
Clara Koerner and John Gobeli are sitting at a table. Clara is wearing a long white dress and is holding flowers while John is wearing a three piece suit.
Clara Koerner and John Gobeli are sitting at a table. Clara is wearing a long white dress and is holding flowers while John is wearing a three piece suit.
Katharine Rohner Stadler and Walter Stadler are posing with their children Bertha, Louise, and Lydia near some trees.
'Helvetia bei der church.' Reverend Christian H. Schoepfle, minister of the Helvetia Church (1906-1908), the woman is likely his wife, Mary and young girl is possible their granddaughter.
Children stand next to a Christmas tree.
Members of the Helvetia Band with their instruments, gather outside for a portrait.
Members of the Helvetia Band with their instruments, gather outside for photograph.
Baby Charles R. Shock seated in front of tree.  Bess and Herbert Shock standing to left of the tree.  Alma and Cinderilla (born August 30, 1901 and died June 3, 1991) Shock standing on right side of tree.
Original returned to donor.
Subjects identified: The Reverend Benjamin Holtkamp, far left; The Reverend Ernest Preuss, far right; Minnie Betler; Ida Marti; Della Vogel; William Daetwyler; Frank Huppertz; Hugo Schleuniger;.
A needlepoint commemorating Benjamin Holtkamp's ordination in the German Reform Church.
Left to right: Hedwig, Paul, Robert Sr., Alwin, Robert, Pauline Zwicker, Herman, Max.
'Olga, Lena, and Anna. 1912 Stadler family.'  Olga Aegerter married Benjamin Holtkamp, September 5, 1912 in Helvetia, W. Va.
Right to left: Lisetta Stadler Kuenzler, Emma Stadler Burky, and Ida Stadler Betler; taken on the Stadler farm, Helvetia, W. Va. by Walter Aegerter.
Left to Right:  Arnold Stadler, unknown man, Frieda Stadler, children Herbert and Leo Stadler in front, Gottlieb Betler, George Stadler (hat and bow tie), unknown woman, children Bertha, Louise and Lydia Stadler in front, Barbara Stadler behind in bonnet, Mrs. Dubach, Emma Stadler Burky, Katherine Rohner Stadler, Lisetta Stadler Kuenzler, Marianne Dubach Aegerter, Ida Stadler Betler, Elise Dubach Burky, Norman Stadler being held by father Walter Stadler, Fred Burky, Geottfried Aegerter - taken by Walter Aegerter on the Stadler farm October 13, 1912 (Note:  Emma's husband John changed the name from Burky to Burkey when the family moved to Ohio; the name was originally Burki.)