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So grateful to be in a community of creative women in Trinidad.... #ttff #filmmaking ... See MoreSee Less

So grateful to be in a community of creative women in Trinidad.... #ttff #filmmaking

Carole Gibson shared a link to the group: Family Pictures USA.

Korea before Kim: Photos show unified nation before it was torn apart
Photos of a unified Korea circa 1900.
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The black and white photos were taken between 1890 and 1910, long before the Korean War tore the nation apart, and show people in the north and south living in peace.

My parents Bernice and Turner DeVaughn, this was taken before my arrival. ... See MoreSee Less

My parents Bernice and Turner DeVaughn, this was taken before my arrival.

Gotta find the original. Nile Rodgers, Me and Noel Pointer circa 1980's WOW!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Gotta find the original. Nile Rodgers, Me and Noel Pointer circa 1980s WOW!!!!

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Remembering my late friend Donald Suggs pictured on left with his father Donald Suggs Sr and family friend Paul Carter Harrision at a picnic in Central Park that Dina Suggs invited us to nine years ago. You are missed Donald! Boy do we need your spirit now!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Found an interesting connection in my family album to my yearbook photos. I was so fascinated by how much these photos resembled each other, thought to share here.

My Jr High photo on the left matches so closely to my paternal grandmother's photo, taken at about the same age.
My H.S. yearbook photo with my maternal great aunt's portrait on the right, also taken about the same age. I never saw the connection with her before, and only now realize how much I resemble(d) her - something that completely surprised me.
Very similar expressions, the resemblance is almost uncanny with both. It's interesting how different phases of "me" can all connect back to family members throughout - even more intriguing when both families come from different parts of the world. My grandmother's photo was taken in Israel, a little after migrating from Tehran, Iran. My great aunt's portrait was probably taken somewhere in Dushanbe, Tajikistan before the family also migrated to Israel. My school photos were both taken in Queens, New York.
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Found an interesting connection in my family album to my yearbook photos. I was so fascinated by how much these photos resembled each other, thought to share here. 

My Jr High photo on the left matches so closely to my paternal grandmothers photo, taken at about the same age.
My H.S. yearbook photo with my maternal great aunts portrait on the right, also taken about the same age. I never saw the connection with her before, and only now realize how much I resemble(d) her - something that completely surprised me. 
Very similar expressions, the resemblance is almost uncanny with both. Its interesting how different phases of me can all connect back to family members throughout - even more intriguing when both families come from different parts of the world. My grandmothers photo was taken in Israel, a little after migrating from Tehran, Iran. My great aunts portrait was probably taken somewhere in Dushanbe, Tajikistan before the family also migrated to Israel. My school photos were both taken in Queens, New York.

I'm sure Thomas Allen Harris is putting on his imaginary cape at this very moment! ... See MoreSee Less