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A beautiful outside setting was included in the portrait. None of the subjects are identified.
Aegerter Home, front to rear: Olga Aegerter, unknown, Marianna Aegerter, Walter Aegerter, Gottfried Aegerter, unknown.  Helvetia, W. Va.
Three women standing in front of a blossoming tree while holding two puppies.  Helvetia, W. Va.  Woman on the right is Olga Aegerter Holtkamp.
Two mothers holding small children while sitting in a field.
Photograph taken 55 years after their journey from New York to Helvetia.
"Gimmel and Marti boys enjoy a Sunday beer." Left to right: Ernest Gimmel, Simon Gimmel, Leonard Marti, John Gimmel, Gottfried Gimmel.
Herman Schneider and telephone company representative.
Herman Schneider and man on Helvetia library porch.
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Killed September 16, 1944 while fighting near Metz, France during World War II. Schneider's unit was under the command of General George Patton.
Back Row: Ernest Burky, Erwin Burky, Henry Arnold, Julia Burky Arnold, Alma Ramsey Burky, Werner Burky, Fred Burky. Seated Adults: Alma Betler Burky, Fred Burky Sr., Eliza Dubach Burky, Lena Haslebacher Burky. Children: Howard, Ralph.
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Herman, Babette Schneider and Children, Helen and Alvin. Helvetia, W. Va.
Reverend Benjamin Holtkamp home, Mitawanga, Ohio, daughter Grace in the front yard.
Walter Aegerter in World War I uniform.
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Standing from left to right: Ida Sutton, Anna Sutton, Elda Sutton, and Mable Sutton is the baby carriage.
Back Row: Alma Ramsey, Mable Ramsey, Ruth Ramsey, Edwin Ramsey, Alfred Teuscher, Mary Isch Teuscher, Ida Sutton, Bill Sutton, Anna Sutton, Harley Sutton. Front Row: Alma Teuscher, Lena Teuscher, Anna Marti Teuscher, Margaret Teuscher, Gertrude Teuscher, Jacob Tuescher, Francis Sutton, John Teuscher, Bertha Teuscher Sutton, Mable Sutton, David Sutton, George Sutton, Edward Sutton, Elda Sutton.
Ruth Ramsey Marti, Mable Ramsey Mann, Anna Sutton Fischer, Alma Ramsey Burky. Seated: Edwin Ramsey, Harley Sutton.
Edward Sutton, Francis Sutton, David Sutton, and Bill Sutton are standing in front of a tree.
Left to right:  Jacob Looser, Ernest Burky, Olga Aegerter, Fred Burky, Jr., Paul Aegerter, Fred Burky, Jr.
Backwards print of image number 006899 - for list of names check description for image ID# 006899.
'Back Row, L-R all men: Reuben Smith, Bill Gould?, Ben Woodson, unknown, Arnold Metzener, Ben Fahrner, John Marti, Ernest Burky, Charlie Balli, Dan Fahrner? Second row, women standing: unknown mother and child, Della Vogel, Verena Metzener, Julia Burky. Seated: Mary Burky, Ruth Fahrner, Mary Metzener, Bertha Engler, Hulda Dubach, child unknown.'
(Left to Right) Jakob Looser, Burky, Olga Aegerter, unidentified, Paul Aegerter, Fred Burky.
Left to right: Hulda Dubach, Verena Metzener, Della Vogel, Bertha Engler, Mary Metzener, Julia, Burky, Ruth Fahrner.
Left to right: Verena and Mary Metzener on horseback. Julia Burky.
Standing left to right: Olga Aegerter, Julia Burky, Mary Burky. Seated: Mary Metzener and Verena Metzener.
Mrs. Elka Hassig and Elsie Betler Dulaney on their way to Lehmann's.
Back Row:  Rose Betler Haslebacher, Lena Haslebacher; Middle Row:  Hulda Dubach, unknown, Minnie Betler Malcomb, Arnold Betler, Alma Betler Burky, Erwin Burky, Werner Burky, unknown; Front Row:  George Betler?, unknown, unknown, Anna Karlen, Clara Karlen, George Schlueniger, Norman Betler, unknown, Bertha Stadler, unknown.
Lumber camp bunkhouses are visible at left.
Man is holding horse's bridle in the center of picture with little boy riding the horse.  Lumber camp bunkhouses are visible at left.
Left to right:  Mary Huber (b. 12/26/1891); Nell Daetwlyer (b. 7/2/1889); Ruth Farhner (b. 12/30/1891); Lena Haslebacher (b. 3/4/1890).
Inscribed on the back, "Showing the Star Band, horse-drawn 'swing' (merry-go-round), homes (l-r) Gottlief Datwlyer, cobbler shop, community store".
Willie, Herman, Babette, and Merry Schneider are working in the garden.
Approximately three miles from the village on the road to Pickens.
Photographer U. C. Shock moved his family from Helvetia to Arkansas around 1907 where his daughter Bess met Roscoe East. Roscoe and Bess are standing on the left in the photo.  They were later married and had three children.  Herbert Shock is standing on the left while his mother Mary is seated in front of Bess holding her son Charles.  Rilla Shock is standing on the right.  U. C. Shock later moved his family, less Bess, back to W. Va.
Henrietta and Ernest Hofer and others working in the field.  A horse is standing beside the pile.  Helvetia, W. Va.
Standing: Emma Stadler Burky, Walter Stadler, Lizzetta Stadler Duenzler, Arnold Stadler, Ida Stadler Betler. Seated: Babette and George Stadler. (Five other brothers and sisters not shown.)
A portrait of man near a small evergreen tree.
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Original returned to donor.  From a postcard sent by Herman Schneider to Alvin Schneider in Switzerland.
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Original returned to donor. From postcard sent from Herman Schneider of Helvetia to Alvin Schneider in Switzerland.
Original returned to donor. From postcard sent from Herman Schneider in Helvetia to Alvin Schneider in Switzerland.
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Norman Zumbach in the 'living room' of his trailer house / gun shop.
Initiation ceremonies for Helvetia, the Sophomore Men's Honorary Society.
'The family of George and Bertha Teuscher Sutton. Left to right-Ida, Bill, Harley, Anna, Dave. Center row, Francis, Elda. Seated, Bertha with daughter Mable and George with son Edward. Taken on the occasion of Anna's birthday, October 07, 1918.'
'The family of George and Bertha Teuscher Sutton. Left to right-Ida, Bill, Harley, Anna, Dave. Center row, Francis, Elda. Seated, Bertha with daughter Mable and George with son Edward. Taken on the occasion of Anna's birthday, October 07, 1918.'
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.)
Right to left: Lisetta Stadler Kuenzler, Emma Stadler Burky, and Ida Stadler Betler; taken on the Stadler farm, Helvetia, W. Va. by Walter Aegerter.
Right to left: Lisetta Stadler Kuenzler, Emma Stadler Burky, and Ida Stadler Betler; taken on the Stadler farm by Walter Aegerter.
'Olga, Lena, and Anna. 1912 Stadler family.'  Olga Aegerter married Benjamin Holtkamp, September 5, 1912 in Helvetia, W. Va.
Left to right: Hedwig, Paul, Robert Sr., Alwin, Robert, Pauline Zwicker, Herman, Max.
A needlepoint commemorating Benjamin Holtkamp's ordination in the German Reform Church.
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;.
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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.
On the left of the tree is Bess Shock and Cinderilla Shock standing in front of her.  Behind the tree is Dan Halderman, a neighbor of the Shock family.  On the right side of the tree is Alma Shock holding baby, Charles R. Shock.  Standing in front of Alma and Charles is brother, Herbert Shock.
Mrs. Halderman was a neighbor of photographer U. C. Shock and his family.