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Nissen family photograph, Petaluma, California, about 1943
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Sonoma County Library
Sonoma County Library Photograph Collection
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The older woman is Susana Nissen, the man to the right is Jim Nissen and his wife, Helen Nissen. The caption on the photo says Bill Nissen is included, but he was 15 years older than Jim. Since there is only one adult male in the photograph it seems unlikely that Bill is in fact in the picture.
black-and-white photographs
Nissen, Helen, 1918-1977
Nissen, James Robert, 1918-1979
Nissen, Susana Greay, 1876-1957
Nissen family
United States
Baker Street
629 Baker Street, Petaluma, California

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