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Alta and Alma Snyder
Phares, Oroville, Calif
Swinney, Elizabeth
Date Created and/or Issued
ca 1900
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
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Portrait of twin sisters, Alma Mable and Alta Mildred Snyder ca. 1900.
Twins. Left; Alma Mable Snyder. Born: June 4, 1898 Wyandotte, Butte County California. Died: January 24, 1948 Paradise, CA. Right; Alta Mildred Snyder. Born: June 4, 1898Wyandotte, Butte County California. Died: September 15, 1928 Paradise, CA.
220 x 170 mm
film negative
Snyder, Alta
Snyder, Alma
Clothing and dress--19th century

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