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She had the same smile

I took pictures of mom with my first camera. It was a “box” camera that took 120-sized film rolls that held 12 images. As many of the things that I once owned, it would now be considered an antique. We had a thick photo album documenting our family’s adventures. Adventures like our time in Germany, our visits to Gettysburg and to the zoo. My own collection also included pictures of my family (mom, dad and two brothers) that I had taken, maybe beginning from when I was 7 or 8 years old.

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