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Full title:The Abe family from Colorado River, formerly of Seal Beach, California, gather on the porch of their new home to have their picture taken. Included in the picture are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abe, Frank's mother, his brothers, David and Donald, and his three children, Jean, Frank Junior, and Lawrence. Frank is working as a farmer for St. Elizabeth's Convent, about 25 miles from Philadelphia, and maintains a large vegetable garden. Their house adjoins the Convent grounds. Donald has been going to school nearby, is a member of the basketball team, is on the ballot for next year's school president. For the summer he has a job in a war plant, working nights. David was visiting the Abes when this picture was made prior to being inducted into the Army in Chicago where he has been working. The stars in the window are for two more brothers in the Army. Still another, George, has recently received a medical discharge, was wounded while participating in the rescue of the Lost Battalion, is now employed by the Eastern Cooperative Wholesale. Photographer: Van Tassel, Gretchen Cornwells Heights, Pennsylvania.