1920 Anna & Clifford Koenig RPPC Photo, Marionville Lawrence County MO
Koenig Genealogy Item #081
Vintage RPPC Real Photo Postcard Photo of Clifford & Anna Koenig
-Koenig & Benson Genealogy
-c. 1910 Real Photo Postcard
-RPPC: Marionville, Lawrence County, Missouri History
On reverse: "Clifford and Anna Koenig" handwritten in old pencil, as well as "Mr. & Mrs. Tempa ______ (last name illegible)." Photo type: Vintage RPPC Real Photo Postcard on AZO paper. Photographer: unmarked, unknown. Found in Marlboro Vermont, Windham County VT.
Found in Public Records:
Clifford Leroy Koenig on born 5 Nov 1916, died 18 Mar 1992 Buried in Marionville, Lawrence County, MO. Clifford & his sister Anna Irene Koenig's father was Gustav Koenig (1892-1951). Their mother was Bertie Fae Dibbens Koenig (1896-1918), who was Gustav’s first wife. Fae died during the 1918 worldwide flu epidemic. Ivie Ethel Benson Koenig (1896-1987) was Gustav’s second wife, and they married after the 1920 US Census was taken on 6 May 1922 in Mt Vernon, Lawrence County, MO.
Note: Galen Johnson (also known as Galey Johnson) & Tempa Johnson were living in Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon in 1917-1920. Tempa Elizabeth Hendrix Johnson was Gustav Koenig’s stepsister from his mother’s 2nd marriage. We do not know how this material came to be found in Marlboro, Vermont.
Here Clifford is about age 3, wearing a wonderful WWI era engineer coat, with his baby sister Anna, about 8 months old, wearing a lace gown. A beautiful close up portrait of both. See his other younger photo here.
Size: 3.5 by 5.5 inches
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