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[Unknown friend and Ed Krent]

[Unknown friend and Ed Krent]

Date: 193u
Creator: Clark, Bernice
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Hamtramck, Michigan is a small town and Polish community surrounded by the city of Detroit. This photo was taken in the late 1930s. Standing in the car's doorway is an unknown friend. Sitting on the fender is Ed Krent. He was the youngest brother on my mother's side of the family. Photo by: Bernice Krent.
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[Unknown girl]

[Unknown girl]

Date: 193u
Creator: Clark, Bernice
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: This photo was taken during the late 1930s. Hamtramck, Michigan is a small town and Polish community surrounded by the city of Detroit. The girl in this photo is unknown to me, but the neighborhood is definitely Hamtramck. Photo by: Bernice Clark
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[Virl and Helen]

[Virl and Helen]

Date: 193u
Creator: Clark, Bernice
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: This photo was taken during the late 1930s in St. Claire, Michigan. Virl Gregg and Helen Krent stand in Virl's backyard. Gregg is Virl's married name. I don't know what her maiden name was when this photo was taken. Helen was Bernice's younger sister. Photo by: Bernice Clark
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[Woman standing by a tree]

[Woman standing by a tree]

Date: 193u
Creator: Clark, Bernice
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: This photo was taken during the late 1930s in St. Claire, Michigan. It is an image of an unknown woman standing by a tree. Photo by: Bernice Clark
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[Aunt Esther at the kitchen table]

[Aunt Esther at the kitchen table]

Date: 193u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: This photo was taken during the late 1930s in Hamtramck, Michigan. Hamtramck is a small town and Polish community surrounded by the city of Detroit. My Aunt Esther (can’t recall her maiden name at this time) is featured at the kitchen table. She would eventually marry Bill Krent and have 4 children: Jackie, David, Marsha and Claudia.
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[Aunt Nora Treece and Iris Clark Quilting]

[Aunt Nora Treece and Iris Clark Quilting]

Date: 1940~
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Aunt Nora Treece and my grandmother, Iris Clark, working on a quilt in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Clark Photofile: 0010-7
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[Aunt Tilda]

[Aunt Tilda]

Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is of Aunt Tilda from the early 1940s taken in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Not an aunt related by blood, but one earned by age and respect. This photo appears in the Joe Clark, HBSS books, "Back Home" and "Photojournalism." The following poem accompanies the image in the publications: AUNT TILDA In her heart there glowed a fire That filled her eyes with radiant light Though unlearned and poor she was She lived with all her might. hbss
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[Aunt Tilda]

[Aunt Tilda]

Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is of Aunt Tilda from the early 1940s taken in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Not an aunt related by blood, but one earned by age and respect. This photo appears in the Joe Clark, HBSS books, "Back Home" and "Photojournalism." The following poem accompanies the image in the publications: AUNT TILDA In her heart there glowed a fire That filled her eyes with radiant light Though unlearned and poor she was She lived with all her might hbss
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[Aunt Tilda]

[Aunt Tilda]

Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is of Aunt Tilda from the early 1940s taken in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Not an aunt related by blood, but one earned by age and respect. This photo appears in the Joe Clark, HBSS books, "Back Home" and "Photojournalism." The following poem accompanies the image in the publications: AUNT TILDA In her heart there glowed a fire That filled her eyes with radiant light Though unlearned and poor she was She lived with all her might hbss
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[Aunt Tilda]

[Aunt Tilda]

Date: 194u
Creator: Clark, Joe
Description: Narrative by Junebug Clark: Photograph is of Aunt Tilda from the early 1940s taken in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Not an aunt related by blood, but one earned by age and respect. This photo appears in the Joe Clark, HBSS books, "Back Home" and "Photojournalism." The following poem accompanies the image in the publications: AUNT TILDA In her heart there glowed a fire That filled her eyes with radiant light Though unlearned and poor she was She lived with all her might hbss
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives