1920 Clifford Koenig RPPC Photo, Marionville, Lawrence County Missouri
On reverse: "Clifford Leroy Koenig, 9 mo. old" is handwritten in old fine fountain pen, as well as "Galey & Tempa." Photo type: Vintage RPPC Real Photo Postcard on AZO paper. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Clifford Leroy Koenig 1916-1992
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 WWI era 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, Missouri.
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.
Clifford is wearing a beautiful lace gown. See another wonderful older photo of him with his sister Anna here. Found in Marlboro, Windham County, Vermont.
Size: 3.5 by 5.5 inches
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