The Campbell Family Pictures

    The story of Grandma's family (Campbell) is given below:
Condon kids
Colin Campbell
Grandma's mother was Nan Condon Campbell and the family often went to the Condon farm overlooking the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia.  In the picture above were Vera and Bert Condon, Anne Campbell(Grandma), Mildred and Tom Condon, and Nan Condon Campbell(great grandma).
Grandma's father was Colin Campbell and this was how he appeared as a young man in the early 1900s.
anne at 4 second grade
This was grandma at about the age of three or four.  She was all dressed up for her picture but did not look too happy about it.  In those days one had to sit still for a while to get a good photo. This was the second grade picture for grandma.  She was in the second row, second from the right.  She had the biggest black bow in the class. That must have been the style then.
third grade fourth grade
In this third grade picture, grandma was in the second row third from the left.  She is still wearing a big black(or other dark color)  bow. In this fourth grade picture, grandma (Anne Campbell) was in the second row, sixth from the left.

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